IN a galaxy not very far away, there are some great buys to mark “May The Fourth”, aka Star Wars Day.
If you are a fan of the sci-fi franchise, follow these tips for some deals that are out of this world.
GET IT FREE: Head to lego.com, as the brand launches the Star Wars Luke Skywalker Landspeeder set today — and you can get a freebie.
Browse other collectable Star Wars sets and depending on how much you spend, you can a free gift — such as a Mandalorian keyring for purchases over £70 or AT-ST for purchases over £40 until Sunday.
At shopdisney.co.uk, pick up existing Star Wars Lego sets with up to 20 per cent off.
KIT YOURSELF OUT: If you have a superfan who loves the merchandise in the house, try iwoot.com.
Its sale includes the officially licensed Stormtrooper hoodie, RRP £24.99 but currently £14.99 — a healthy £10 saving.
PLAY ON: There are also some amazing deals on games. Get up to 75 per cent off Star Wars Xbox games at xbox.com until tomorrow and up to 60 per cent off PlayStation Star Wars games at the playstation.com store until May 11.
The Nintendo Switch e-shop (nintendo.co.uk) also has selected games slashed to half-price.
HOW IT’S DONES: Disney Gallery: The Book Of Boba Fett launches on Disney+ today and will show you how the Boba Fett series was made.
While the streaming service costs £7.99 per month, if you add it to your O2 mobile plan as an extra then and you will get £2 off per month, making it £5.99.
ADD TO THE COLLECTION: Want the weird, wild and wonderful? Zavvi.com has you covered.
Stock up for Star Wars fans’ Christmas presents now with huge discounts on everything, from a Stormtrooper decanter (was £29.99, now £9.99) to a Darth Vader journal (was £29.99, now £4.99).
There is even a three-for-£24 deal on the popular Funko Pop! vinyl figurines. They are usually £10.99 each.