Plot a course through the maelstrom of holiday shopping with a navigational chart to rival L3-37. It’s time to pick out gifts for the Star Wars fans you know and love, and StarWars.com has mapped out some of the best deals and sure-to-be beloved items for every member of the family.
This holiday season, you’ll find toys, clothes, books, practical accessories, and more! It’s sure to be a year as legendary at the Millennium Falcon‘s famed Kessel Run…
shopDisney’s Exclusive Action Figures
Find several exclusive figures at shopDisney this season, including a bad-guy batch from from Hasbro’s Star Wars: The Black Series, including Captain Phasma, battle-scarred but not ready to surrender, and everyone’s favorite bounty hunter, Zuckuss. Plus a GNK “Gonk” droid, R2-D2 complete with serving tray, TC-14, and R5-D4 join the die cast Star Wars Elite Series. But be careful — this particular R5 unit has been known to have a bad motivator.
Ultimate Co-pilot Chewie
For fans who speak a little Wookiee, a walking carpet with personality. The interactive Chewie plush features over 100 sound-and-motion combinations, including laughing, roaring, and even snoring, responds in the Wookiee language of Shyriiwook, and reacts whenever he’s in motion.
No matter what size palace or battle station you’re decorating, there’s a piece of art or a comfortable throne for you courtesy of Regal Robot. You’ll like Captain Solo where he is, encased in carbonite. Admire him, and the rest of your collection, from the comfort of an armchair fit for an Emperor with unlimited power.
12 Days of Socks
Darkness rises with a trilogy of Dark Ink prints called “Perspectives,” paying respect to some of the Star Wars saga’s greatest dark-side warriors: Darth Maul, Darth Vader, and Kylo Ren. Other pieces in the line celebrate the serial-style movie posters of the past, and the picturesque views of Cloud City and the Forest Moon of Endor.
In the image of galactic hero and lovable astromech R2-D2, a faux leather backpack that is sized to fit Death Star plans and other necessities.
Star Wars Celebration Chicago
For the ultimate fan on your list, a ticket to Star Wars Celebration to revel in the excitement of the saga from a galaxy far, far away with days of major announcements, immersive exhibits, exclusive merchandise, celebrity guests, informative panels, autograph sessions, fan-inspired activities, costumes and other surprises.
If you can’t get to Ahch-To, you can build your own LEGO porg or take flight in a miniature version of Luke Skywalker’s X-wing, brick by brick.
Star Wars books
From an in-universe compendium about the galaxy’s finest droids, Droidography, to a celebration of Women of the Galaxy, and everything in between, including self-help guides to being more mindful like a Jedi Master or as powerful as a Sith Lord, and an all-new definitive exploration of the original trilogy, there’s a Star Wars book for everyone on your list.
A new watch inspired by one of the galaxy’s most fearsome bounty hunters? As you wish.
Hanna Andersson Pajamas
A caroling Wookiee and R2-D2 snuggled up in a scarf make for a festive set of sleepwear for the whole family (including pets!).
Speaking of your favorite furry family members, don’t forget to treat the family pets to new toys, treat jars, and more.
Star Wars: Jedi Challenges
It’s fun to be the bad guy in the new immersive dark side expansion of the interactive Star Wars: Jedi Challenges augmented-reality experience.
Pottery Barn Kids
A new nursery collection means baby’s first Christmas can end swaddled in a new blanket inspired by the quest to defend hope in the galaxy.
It’s the breakfast that made the Kessel Run — a Millennium Falcon Waffle Maker! And it can be yours without having to play Lando in a game (or two) of Sabacc.
W&P’s Kitchen Collection
Settle the debate over who’s cooking with a galactic duel while donning an apron in a rebel pilot design or one made to look like the infamous armor of Darth Vader, plus a set of lightsaber-handled spatulas.
Celebrate the Star Wars Holiday Special with a Boba Fett sixth-scale figure in the image of the brightly-painted animated bounty hunter who first debuted on the 1978 television film. The imposing figure, equipped with blue and yellow colored Mandalorian armor and a twin-pronged electropole, joins the Hot Toys line of exquisitely detailed figures.
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