We've got your Life Day shopping list covered.
Here are 20 gift ideas, from big to small, from inexpensive to ridiculous, that should appeal to the Star Wars fanatic in your galaxy. It's all here, save the fruitcake.
This is for the person who could look at two pieces of bread popping out of the top of Lord Vader's head all day. And all night. Get it at Target for $50.
At $28,500, we admit this timepiece is a bit of a splurge. But it is cool -- and classy, t00, as a geek work of art in "diamond-like carbon coating on stainless steel." Buy it directly from Devon, the Los Angeles-based luxury brand.
When's the last time you felt good, really good, about gifting someone with a shower curtain? You're welcome. Get this bathroom must at Walmart for $19.50.
Don't be fooled by the flashy ads and "doorbuster" deals, here are four things you should look for before you pull the trigger on a purchase.
Per the eBay listing, a hobbyist who fell in love with Star Wars as a child has customized or built life-size versions of Boba Fett, Kylo Ren, Han Solo (in carbonite, natch) and more.
All 11 are decked out with wardrobe and props, and all 11 can be yours as the ultimate holiday gift for a mere $400,000. Free personal delivery if you live "within 75 miles of zip code 85298."
Go from batter to breakfast in the shape of the droid from "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" in only 3 to 5 minutes. Officially licensed to and sold by ThinkGeek for $40.
This is how you do Christmas socks, not to mention mismatched socks. Available from Stance for $16.
This orb of furry polyester is just the thing to liven up your grandma's keepsake collection. Get it at Kohl's for $7.50.
This one-of-a-kind storage/plaything is billed as having been built by hand by a dad who got tired of seeing "toys everywhere in the basement." His ingenious solution can be yours for $1,000 via Etsy.
Look, if the Rebels blow up this one, even we'll get mad. Officially licensed and exclusively sold new via ThinkGeek for $30.
"You sunk my Resistance X-wing fighter!" Get in the game at the Disney Store for $25.
A higher-end version of other Star Wars chess sets, this one features detailed pieces with some heft. Go to battle with the Empire or Yoda's crew at Walmart for $194.43.
Ultra Sabers is in the business of making, customizing and selling "real" lightsabers that look and even sound like the "real" thing. The Grafton CE's our favorite model: strong, streamlined and moderately priced, starting at $234.
This just-released coffee-table book tells the story of the Star Wars galaxy via the posters you'd see if the Star Wars galaxy was real (and had telephone poles, probably). Get it at Amazon.com for $29.16.
Be warned: You won't win an ugly Christmas sweater contest with this looker. Available at Merchoid for $60.
Re-buy your youth (or someone else's) with this vintage, used lunch box for $42.25 at eBay. Bologna sandwich not included.
What you're buying here is one set of awesome-looking, limited-edition posters commemorating the original Star Wars movies and created by graphic-artist Olly Moss. The three posters are said to be in "excellent condition." Make a Star Wars or art fan very happy via eBay for $6,000.
This vintage, used and reassembled Kenner toy set, with original and custom parts, reunites the "Empire Strikes Back" trio of Han Solo, Lando Calrissian and Chewbacca. Delight a grown child via Etsy for $235.
Delight an old kid or horrify a young one with this replication of a toy-free box that was the best the overwhelmed Star Wars merchandise machine could produce for the 1977 holiday season. Original versions go for thousands on eBay; you can get this one at Amazon.com for $20.40.