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Star Wars Day 2018: All of the best deals on the internet for May the 4th

Star Wars Day 2018 deals

May the 4th be with you! Everyone’s favorite pun-based holiday has returned as fans all around the world celebrate Star Wars Day on May 4th by spending their hard-earned money on great deals. As popular as the Star Wars series has become, it’s nearly impossible to keep up with all of the deals, discounts and sales events, which is why we’ve taken the time to gather some of the best that we could find and collect them in a single post.

These aren’t all of the deals available online today, but they’re the ones that you’re definitely going to want to check out before the day is over, even if you don’t end up finding anything that you want or need:

  • Best Buy: Save on Star Wars toys, accessories and movies
  • FanWraps: 20% off Star Wars products from May 4th – May 7th
  • Funko: Use code M4BU for 15% off Star Wars collectibles, apparel and accessories
  • Gap: Use code MAYTHE4TH for free 5-7 day shipping on all Star Wars products
  • Hot Topic: All Star Wars tees are $15 in-stores and online
  • Hot Wheels: Use code STARWARS for 25% off all Star Wars items
  • Kohl’s: Get 2 Star Wars Young Men’s tees for $20 or $12.99 each online only
  • Otterbox: 10% off all Star Wars Symmetry Cases plus free shipping
  • Petco: Buy one, get one free on all Star Wars products
  • shopDisney: Up to 40% off select Star Wars merchandise online and in-stores
  • Sideshow: 10% off select Star Wars Collectibles
  • Target: Save up to 20% on select Star Wars items
  • ThinkGeek: Up to 80% off over 800 items from the online store

Hopefully this will serve as a good jumping off point, but has collected a huge list of deals and savings as well, in case you’re still hungry for more Star Wars merchandise after you check all of these retailers.

Jacob started covering video games and technology in college as a hobby, but it quickly became clear to him that this was what he wanted to do for a living. He currently resides in New York writing for BGR. His previously published work can be found on TechHive, VentureBeat and Game Rant.