May the Force be with your wallet. The global Disney/Lucasfilm marketing juggernaut known as "Force Friday" is back Sept. 1 with more new Star Wars toys than you can lift with your well-practiced Jedi mind tricks. Force Friday II will bring a galaxy of new toys inspired by the upcoming film "Star Wars: The Last Jedi," which opens in theaters worldwide in December.
Click through our gallery to see some of the Force Friday II Star Wars merchandise we've already gotten our hands on. Here, you're looking at the Lenovo Star Wars Jedi Challenges AR headset.
Lenovo's Star Wars Jedi Challenges AR headset isn't the only augmented reality coming for Force Friday II.
Disney and Lucasfilm are holding a massive augmented reality treasure hunt inside the official Star Wars app that lets fans unlock and interact with 15 Star Wars characters, including a new one from"The Last Jedi." To "meet" one of these AR characters, fans can go to 20,000 toy stores across 30 countries from Sept. 1 through Sept. 3 and look for hidden AR markers on cardboard stand-ups.
Sphero's remote-controlled R2-D2 can turn his head (just use the touchscreen slider on your phone), and perform a variety of preset actions including tapping his foot or screaming and falling over (as if he'd been shocked by a Jawa stun gun).
Another droid from Sphero, the evil BB9-E, will get excited for the bad guys when you're watching Star Wars films. BB9-E, from "The Last Jedi," was first revealed when packaging for Lego's "Jedi" line leaked in May.
Got $800 (£650, AU$1008) burning a hole in your pocket? Then say hello to the biggest Lego set ever made: the Star Wars Millennium Falcon Ultimate Collectors Edition, a 7,500-piece behemoth with incredible attention to detail.
You can fit four mini-figs in the cockpit, just like the movie, and there's plenty of room for smuggling, romance and games of holochess (dejarik) on board.
The R2-D2 can fit a pen in back to draw a line as he drives around, and you can add your own parts a la this picture. It'll retail for $99 (roughly £75, AU$125) at Walmart, Amazon, Disney and Apple stores.
The new Hasbro Force Link Bracelet has an accelerometer that lets Star Wars action figures talk to each other. When holding an action figure, shake the bracelet to get sound effects. The bracelet goes for $24.99 (about £20 or AU$32) including one action figure.
Kylo Ren looks far less intimidating as a Hasbro action figure with light and sound effects. The new 12-inch (30-centimeter) figure from the Hero Series costs $30, which roughly converts to £25 or AU$30.
This playset from Hasbro folds down into a BB-8 droid. The set costs $199, or around £155 and AU$250. It's got hidden sound effects to activate with the Force Link, and buttons that trigger trap doors and an "explosion."
Happy Force Friday. May the Force be with you -- and your bank account.
Awaken the power of the Force with buildable action hero Rey. This Rey figure Lego kit comes with her blue lightsaber and blaster pistol, so if she runs into trouble, turn the wheel to take a swing at the First Order troopers. This Lego kit retails for $25 (roughly £19, AU$31).
Roar into battle with everyone's favorite Wookiee, Chewbacca. Lego Chewbacca kit comes with his ammo belt and bag. Grab his spring-loaded bowcaster and put him in a cool battle pose. This Lego kit retails for $35 (roughly £27, AU$44).
Put Kylo into the cockpit of his super-fast TIE Fighter and blast off in hot pursuit. Kylo Ren's TIE Fighter from Lego comes with spring-loaded missiles to send those Resistance ships spinning out of control. This Lego set retails for $80 (roughly £62, AU$100).
Fire the head-mounted spring-loaded shooters on this First Order Assault Walker and take aim with the rapid-fire stud shooter on top. Open the compartments and reload the ammo. Drop the mines at the back. This Lego kit retails for $150 (roughly £116, AU$189).
Build your own Lego BB-8 astromech. Turn the wheel to spin the head and turn another to open the hatch and see the welding torch pop out, just like it did in the movie, "The Force Awakens." This set retails for $100 (roughly £77, AU$125).