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Star Wars Galaxy’s Edge exclusive merch won’t require a trip to the park

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Later this month you’ll be able to get Obi-Wan’s lightsaber and more online

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Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge - building an R2 droid Photo: James Bareham/Polygon

One of the big draws of the Star Wars Galaxy’s Edge theme park has always been its exclusive merchandise.

Sure it’s exciting to explore Batuu and bump into Kylo or Rey, but scoring your own remote control droid or getting your hands on Obi-Wan’s lightsaber used to be something you could only do inside the park. iO9 revealed on Friday that many of the exclusive items sold at Galaxy’s Edge will be going onto the ShopDisney website starting Sept. 28.

At first, most of the options that will be available online will focus on the clothing that’s available at Galaxy’s Edge. There will be authentic Jedi cloaks, along with things like Rey’s vest. It feels a bit like a clearance sale, to be honest.

The more exciting options in the online store will be its selection of lightsabers. Some of the iconic legacy lightsabers from Dok-Ondar’s Den of Antiquities are coming to the online store. Even better, starting on Friday Star Wars fans can vote on which new lightsaber they want to be added to Dok-Ondar’s shop. Options including Anakin Skywalker’s blade, Qui-Gon Jinn’s, Ezra Bridger’s, and several others.

The Disney Parks blog also mentions that more items will be available in the next few months, including toys from the Toydarian Toymaker, stuffed critters from Bina’s Creature Stall, and — most importantly — Droids from the Droid Depot.

The clothing and lightsabers will be available at ShopDisney on Sept. 28 starting at 10 a.m. ET, but there’s no word yet on when the other items will be available to buy online.