These ‘May the Fourth’ Gifts Are Jedi Tested and Approved

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‘May the Fourth’ (aka Star Wars Day) is almost here, and for Star Wars fans, this is their 12/25. Finding a cool gift for Star Wars lovers can be tough. I should know; I’m one of them. I became a fan a long time ago (2002) of this incredible galaxy far, far, away and have a treasure trove of Star Wars merch that would make a Hutt jealous.

The number one gift on any Star Wars devotee’s list is being able to use the force. While none of these gifts can top that feeling, they certainly come close.

Light of the Jedi (Star Wars: The High Republic)

The newest Star Wars live-action series The Acolyte is hitting Disney+ in June and takes place at the tail end of High Republic era. This golden age for the Jedi and Republic is explored in Charles Soule’s Light of the Jedi, which tells the story of the Jedi Order’s battle against the Nihi, an anarchistic marauder group that wields strange powers over hyperspace travel.

Buy Light of the Jedi (Star Wars: The High Republic) at Barnes & Noble, $23

TRUFF Dark Side Hot Sauce

If you’ve ever wanted to experience what Anakin felt while lying on the side of a lava river on Mustafar, you need to try TRUFF’s hottest hot sauce yet. This new Dark Side hot sauce combines fiery ghost peppers with the richness of black winter truffles. It comes in a luxurious collectible gift box and is capped with the iconic helmet of the Jedi-turned-Sith Lord (then Jedi again) himself.

Buy TRUFF Dark Side Hot Sauce at Truff, $40

Stormtrooper Squeaky Plush

This stormtrooper plush dog toy will quickly become your furry one’s favorite companion. It's made of polyester and has a squeaker on the inside to keep your canine interested and occupied.

Buy Stormtrooper Squeaky Plush at Chewy, $4

Corkcicle Star Wars CanteenDown From $35

I got this awesome Corkcicle canteen as a gift back in 2021, and three years later, it's still going strong. The water bottle is made from stainless steel, which seems to be as durable as beskar (I’ve dropped it a few times). It keeps drinks as cold as Hoth or Rhen Var for an entire day. I have the R2-D2 version, but it's also available in designs reminiscent of Boba Fett, C-3PO, and Darth Vader.

Buy Corkcicle Star Wars Canteen at Corkcicle, $28

The Mandalorian N-1 Starfighter Microfighter LEGO Set

You can’t talk about great Star Wars gifts and not mention LEGO. As someone who owns an unhealthy amount of sets, they are always a solid choice. I got this mini LEGO version of Din Djarin’s modified Naboo starfighter as a Christmas present from a friend. It was a fun, easy, and quick build. Plus, it shoots.

Buy The Mandalorian N-1 Starfighter Microfighter LEGO Set at LEGO, $16

Star Wars: A Chronicle from the Pages of The New York Times

This book—from The New York Times—chronicles all the paper’s coverage of the Star Wars franchise from 1976 to 2017. It's filled to the brim with jaw-dropping images, full-color ads, and must-read interviews for all the Star Wars films up to The Last Jedi.

Buy Star Wars: A Chronicle from the Pages of The New York Times at Bespoke Post, $80

LEGO ‘Star Wars’ Venator-Class Republic Attack Cruiser

This might be the ultimate gift for any Star Wars superfan. Clocking in at a staggering 5374 pieces, the LEGO Star Wars Venator-Class Republic Attack Cruiser is a beast of a set. The iconic ship from the prequels and Clone Wars TV series is faithfully recreated in brick form and even comes with a display stand to proudly showcase it on a shelf.

Buy LEGO ‘Star Wars’ Venator-Class Republic Attack Cruiser at LEGO, $650

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