What Star Wars fan wouldn't love to see a giant Wampa bean bag chair under the Christmas tree this year? What if we said you can rip the arm off without the aid of a lightsaber? Indeed, this is a slam dunk Star Wars gift idea, and your chance to make it a reality is happening right now.
GameStop / ThinkGeek finally have the Wampa bean bag chair in stock after a long pre-order period, and it's 25% off thanks to a sale they're running on in-stock collectibles priced at $100 or more. At the time of writing you can order one right here for $112.49 with free shipping (discount applied at checkout). Note that the window for standard shipping in time for Christmas closes on Wednesday, December 18th, and these chairs could sell out quickly with the deal. Good luck wrapping it by the way.
On a related note, Hasbro dropped a ton of Baby Yoda toys from the Disney+ series Star Wars: The Mandalorian yesterday, including a Black Series figure, a electronic plush with squeezable sounds, and some SUPER adorable mini figures. Pre-orders are also available here at Walmart , here at Best Buy , and here on Amazon with free shipping. Note that My Best Buy members can save 25% on one of the new Baby Yoda toys for a limited time (joining is free). Just login to your account to see the discount - you must apply the discount on the product page before checkout. Details on each of the 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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