ThinkGeek / GameStop's Star Wars Wampa bean bag chair is big, fuzzy, and has an arm that you can rip off without the aid of a lightsaber. It's also down to $99 with free shipping as part of a one-day deal at GameStop. That's 33% off the list price and an all-time low. Grab one here with the discount while you can. It ends when the clock strikes midnight tonight, December 20th.
Unfortunately, the window for GameStop's Edge shipping by Christmas has closed, but there's a very small chance that you can order online for store pickup in your area. Hopefully you have a car with a lot of cargo space.
On a related note, Hasbro recently dropped a ton of Baby Yoda toys from the Disney+ series Star Wars: The Mandalorian including a Black Series figure, a electronic plush with squeezable sounds, and some SUPER adorable mini figures. Pre-orders are available here at Walmart , here at Best Buy , and here on Amazon with free shipping (inside the Amazon link you'll also find Baby Yoda Funko Pops and a plush toy from Mattel). Details on each of the new Hasbro items are available in the Entertainment Earth pre-order links below.0comments
- Star Wars The Black Series The Child Action Figure
- Star Wars The Mandalorian The Child 7 1/2-Inch Electronic Plush Toy
- Star Wars The Mandalorian Baby Bounties Soup and Blanket Mini-Figures
- Star Wars Baby Bounties Hold Me and Ball Mini-Figures
- Star Wars The Mandalorian Baby Bounties Frog and Force Mini-Figures
- Star Wars The Mandalorian The Child 6 1/2-Inch Action Figure
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