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Star Wars Blu-rays, video games, and collectibles on sale for Star Wars Day

May the fourth be with you(r wallet)

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Monday, May 4 is Star Wars Day, a pun-based holiday (May the fourth be with you, get it?) to celebrate George Lucas’ galaxy far, far away. On this Star Wars Day of 2020, Disney dropped Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker onto its streaming platform, Disney Plus, as well as a new documentary series on the making of The Mandalorian. The company also announced on Monday that Thor: Ragnarok director Taika Waititi will be helming a new Star Wars movie.

In addition to all that new content, several retailers are offering discounts on all things Star Wars. DVD and Blu-ray copies of the movies are all $7 off at Best Buy. You can also save $50 off Best Buy’s exclusive box set, which includes 4K Blu-rays of all nine movies in the Skywalker Saga. If you prefer to keep a digital movie library, a 4K bundle of the Skywalker Saga is also available for $79.99 at Vudu and Google Play.

Video games set in the Star Wars universe are also on sale, most notably last year’s excellent Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order. A PC digital download is 50% off at Amazon, bringing it down to $29.99, while PS4 and Xbox One copies are on sale for $34.99 at Best Buy. If you’re in the mood for something a little more nostalgic, Fanatical is discounting a bundle of classic Star Wars PC games, including Star Wars: TIE Fighter, Star Wars: X-Wing Alliance, and Star Wars Rebellion.

Finally, Razer is discounting its limited-edition line of Stormtrooper-themed PC gaming accessories. A keyboard, mouse, headset, and mouse pad bearing the Empire’s signature white and black color scheme and embossed with Stormtrooper icons are all on sale.

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