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Best Star Wars Day deals 2022 — save on Lego, Hasbro and more

A Storm Trooper with the Star Wars Day logo
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Star Wars Day 2022 is here and retailers are offering discounts on tons of Star Wars-related gear. From video games to Lego sets,  Star Wars Day deals are an excellent opportunity to add to your Star Wars collection. 

Celebrated on May 4, Star Wars Day is a "holiday" derived from a pun on the phrase "May the force be with you" and was initially started by fans. It's now been embraced by Lucasfilm and its owner Disney with celebrations, deals, and events nationwide. This year brought a new Obi-Wan Kenobi trailer that teases a Darth Vader rematch

So what Star Wars deals can you take advantage of today? Below we've rounded up some of the best sales you can get. May the 4th be with you!

Citizen Star Wars Watches: up to $75 off + extra 10% off @ Citizen
From R2-D2 to Darth Vader, Citizen is taking up to $75 off its collection of Star Wars Watches. To celebrate Star Wars Day, Citizen is taking an extra 10% off in-cart. For instance, the R2-D2 Watch (pictured) originally costs $350, but it's on sale for $280. Add it to your cart and the price drops to $252. 

Toys, games, collectibles: up to 50% off @ Best Buy
Best Buy is taking up to 50% off select Star Wars toys and collectibles. The sale includes brands like Lego, Funko Pop, Chia Pets, and more. 

Darth Vader T-Shirt: was $29 now $14 @ Disney
As part of its Star Wars deals, Disney has select Star Wars apparel and accessories on sale. You can get this Darth Vader T-Shirt for $14.98. 

Lego Star Wars Mandalorian Starfighter: was $59 now $49 @ Amazon
There are lots of Lego Star Wars sets on sale at Amazon right now, including this impressive Mandalorian Starfighter. With 544 pieces and and 3 minifigures included.

Hasbro sale: deals from $6 @ Best Buy
Best Buy is slashing the price of a wide variety of Hasbro Star Wars toys. After discount, prices start as low as $6.99. The sale includes action figures, vintage sets, and more. 

Star Wars plush toys: deals from $30 @ Build-A-Bear
Build-A-Bear has a wide collection of Star Wars plush  toys on sale from $30. The collection includes Darth Vader bears, Baby Yoda, and more. 

Star Wars Rebel Alliance Figure Set: was $33 now $33 @ Amazon
The Star Wars Rebel Alliance Set features five iconic characters from the Star Wars saga including R2-D2, Han Solo, Princess Leia, Chewbacca, and Luke Skywalker. The 3.75-inch scale figure pack is a must for old and young Star Wars fans. 

Lego Star Wars Boba Fett Helmet: was $59 now $51 @ Amazon
Pay homage to everyone's favorite Mandalorian, even if the new guy has an extremely adorable sidekick. And you can own his helmet, ready to proudly display and show off your Mandalorian chops to the world.

Star Wars pet supplies: spend $25, get $10 off @ Chewy
Star Wars Day deals are out in full force at Chewy. The retailer is taking $10 off select purchases of $25 or more. Eligible items include Star Wars food mats, Star Wars bandanas, and Star Was squeaky dog toys. Pictured is the Star Wars Chewbacca Squeaky Dog Toy for $7.

Lego Star Wars Imperial Shuttle: was $69 now $56 @ Walmart
This amazing Lego Star Wars Imperial Shuttle building set has just hit its lowest ever price on Amazon. It stands over 13 inches high and comes with three minifigures (including Darth Vader and Luke Skywalker, essential for any Lego Star Wars collection). The wings can be moved into different positions and the minifigures can be placed inside the cockpit.

Lego Star Wars Yoda: was $99 now $80 @ Amazon
The world may be in love with his baby counterpart, but Yoda is still around and kicking in Lego form. It comes complete with Yoda himself, his lightsaber, and his minifigure board. It can be yours for 20% off the normal price.

As deals editor at Tom’s Guide, Louis is constantly looking for ways to avoid paying full price for the latest gadgets. With over 10 years of deals-hunting experience, Louis price checks against multiple retailers and searches high and low for the best deals to bring readers. A born-and-bred New Yorker, Louis is also an avid swimmer and marathoner. His work has appeared on Gizmodo, CNET, and Time Out New York.