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Star Wars: The Force Awakens headed to Blu-ray and DVD April 5

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Digital edition available April 1

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If you're tired of venturing out to the theater to see Star Wars: The Force Awakens, here's some good news: The film will be available on Blu-ray April 5 and digitally April 1.

There are a couple of options available for fans from a few different retailers. On Disney's official site, the company is offering the Blu-ray and DVD combo pack for $24.99. The pack comes with a free collectible lithograph set with a pre-order purchase. Those lithographs can be seen below.

Target is also offering a deal on the Blu-ray edition of the movie, which comes with collectible packaging and specific behind-the-scenes features, including a never-before-seen interview with Daisy Ridley and John Boyega. Target's edition of The Force Awakens is also available for $24.99.

Disney has confirmed that Best Buy will also be getting a special collector's edition of the Blu-ray, which comes with exclusive BB-8 packaging and a Galactic Connexions trading disc.

DVD and Blu-ray versions of the film will also include making-of featurettes and interviews with the cast of the film and director J.J. Abrams. Plus, footage of the initial table read and a few deleted scenes.

Regular editions of The Force Awakens will also be available in stores on April 5.