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Amazon / ThinkGeek/ Kay / iStock

75 Star Wars Day Products

Amazon / ThinkGeek/ Kay / iStock
Amazon / ThinkGeek/ Kay / iStock

Happy Star Wars Day! (And may the fourth be with you.) To celebrate, we rounded up all the fun, wacky, and unexpected Star Wars items we could find. Good luck not maxing out your credit card.

1. BOARD SHORTS; $50

Find it: ThinkGeek

2. R2-D2 PIZZA CUTTER; $10

Find it: ThinkGeek

3. LIGHT SABER TONGS; $30

Find it: Amazon

4. ULTIMATE VINYL COLLECTION; $120

Find it: ThinkGeek

5. SKIRT; $23

Find it: Modcloth

6. BB-8 MINI BACKPACK KEYCHAIN; $20

Find it: ThinkGeek

7. GEEKI TIKIS; $80

Find it: ThinkGeek

8. DARTH VADER APRON; $14

Find it: Amazon

9. BB-8 CAKE MOLD; $15

Find it: ThinkGeek

10. AT-AT WALKER PET COSTUME; $9

Find it: Amazon

11. R2-D2 BENTO BOX; $20

Find it: Amazon

12. R2-D2 MEASURING CUPS; $20

Find it: ThinkGeek

13. CUPCAKE HOLDERS; $4

Find it: Amazon

14. BOBA FETT HAT; $20

Find it: ThinkGeek

15. GALACTIC EMPIRE KIMONO WRAP; $25

Find it: ThinkGeek

16. MR. POTATO HEAD; $10

Find it: Amazon

17. BOBA FETT DRESS SHIRT; $40

Find it: ThinkGeek

18. VINYL WALL CLOCK; $22

Find it: Amazon

19. SOCKS; $12

Find it: Amazon

20. DEATH STAR TEA POT; $25

Find it: ThinkGeek

21. LIGHTSABER SELFIE STICK; $4

Find it: ThinkGeek

22. LEGGINGS; $13

Find it: Amazon

23. LIGHTSABER SILVERWARE; $5

Find it: ThinkGeek

24. DARTH VADER BOUQUET; $50

Find it: ThinkGeek

25. JEDI ROBE; $34

Find it: Amazon

26. KITE; $10

Find it: ThinkGeek

27. GUITAR PICKS; $4

Find it: Amazon

28. R2-D2 USB CHARGER; $30

Find it: ThinkGeek

29. PILLOW CASE; $5

Find it: Target

30. R2-D2 TAPE MEASURE; $25

Find it: ThinkGeek

31. LIGHTSABER WATER BOTTLE; $7

Find it: Amazon

32. DEATH STAR POPCORN MAKER; $50

Find it: ThinkGeek

33. DARTH VADER WAFFLE MAKER; $39

Find it: Amazon

34. DEATH STAR MEASURING CUPS; $20

Find it: Amazon

35. DEATH STAR WAFFLE MAKER; $40

Find it: ThinkGeek

36. R2-D2 FRIDGE; $120

Find it: ThinkGeek

37. BAND-AIDS; $3

Find it: Amazon

38. DEATH STAR BEANBAG; $80

Find it: ThinkGeek

39. WAMPA RUG; $130

Find it: ThinkGeek

40. STEERING WHEEL COVER; $10

Find it: Amazon

50. TAUNTAUN SLEEPING BAG; $150

Find it: ThinkGeek

51. REBEL VS EMPIRE TOTE BAG; $70

Find it: ThinkGeek

52. R2-D2 DESK LAMP; $60

Find it: ThinkGeek

53. DEATH STAR CUTTING BOARD; $30

Find it: ThinkGeek

54. BOTTLE OPENER; $4

Find it: Amazon

55. DARK SIDE HAND TOWELS; $25

Find it: ThinkGeek

56. LIP BALM; $18

Find it: Amazon

57. DARTH VADER OVEN MITT; $15

Find it: ThinkGeek

58. CHEWY CHEW TOY; $12

Find it: Amazon

59. STAR WARS CLUE; $25

Find it: Amazon

60. CRYSTAL GROWING LAB; $24

Find it: Amazon

61. LIGHT SABER SPATULA; $15

Find it: Amazon

62. DARTH VADER TOASTER; $40

Find it: Amazon

63. SALT & PEPPER SHAKERS; $13

Find it: Amazon

64. DARTH VADER SHOWER HEAD; $26

Find it: Amazon

65. SNOW BOOTS; $53

Find it: ModCloth

66. CHEWBACCA DRINK SLEEVE; $15

Find it: Urban Outfitters

67. STORMTROOPER TOOTHBRUSH HOLDER; $10

Find it: Walmart

68. TWIN BED; $4000

Find it: Pottery Barn Kids

69. WALL CLOCK; $200

Find it: Bradford Exchange

70. GOLD RING; $219

Find it: Kay

71. FURBY; $53

Find it: Walmart

72. MILLENNIUM FALCON POOL FLOAT; $30

Find it: Bed Bath & Beyond

73. LIGHTSABER CHOPSTICKS; $10

Find it: Amazon

74. WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE'S STAR WARS; $7

Find it: Amazon

75. COOKIE CUTTERS; $13

Find it: Amazon

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For dog owners struggling to brush poor Fido’s teeth, there’s a slightly better option. Bristly, a product currently being funded on Kickstarter, is a chew toy that acts as a toothbrush. The rubber stick, which can be slathered with doggie toothpaste, is outfitted with bristles that brush your dog’s teeth as it plays.

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Designed so your dog can use it without you lifting a finger, it’s shaped like a little pogo stick, with a flattened base that allows dogs to stabilize it with their paws as they hack at the bristled stick with their teeth. The bristles are coated in a meat flavoring to encourage dogs to chew.

An estimated 80 percent of dogs over the age of 3 have some kind of dental disease, so the chances that your dog could use some extra dental attention is very high. In addition to staving off expensive vet bills, brushing your dog's teeth can improve their smelly breath.

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With the recent demise of brick-and-mortar brands like Toys"R"Us, some experts have blamed the downsized or halted operations on Amazon. The online shopping giant—which recorded nearly $178 billion in sales in 2017—depends on low prices, cheap (or free) shipping, and massive inventory to trample physical stores.

But not all retailers are capitulating to the idea that Amazon will inevitably be a consumer’s cheapest shopping option. According to Money, a number of stores are allowing employees to price match the company in an attempt to retain business. Among them: Nordstrom, Home Depot, Lowe’s, Best Buy, and Staples. (A full list is viewable here.)

Naturally, terms and conditions apply. While they vary by store, items typically need to be in stock on Amazon’s site and sold directly, not by third parties. If a price requires a coupon or other additional step, it may not qualify for a deal. On the plus side, several retailers, like Home Depot and J.C. Penney, will not only match Amazon’s price but beat it by 5 to 10 percent as an added incentive to retain your business. Typically, you’ll either have to provide proof of the lower price or direct a sales associate on how to locate it online. In the case of appliances and other big-ticket items, the product also needs to have an identical model number, which can get tricky, as manufacturers often provide slightly different models to different retailers.

On the chance you find a lower price offline and want Amazon to match it, you might be out of luck. The company doesn’t offer price matching as a policy, though anecdotal reports say that their customer service team does have some leeway when it comes to lowering prices on a case-by-case basis.

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