Star Wars Celebration was cancelled for 2020, but that doesn’t mean you still can’t get merchandise. StarWars.com has revealed that the exclusive Star Wars Celebration merchandise will be available starting on Friday, August 28th 12 PM EST over at StarWarsCelebration.com.
From Friday-Sunday, early access will be given to those that had Star Wars Celebration tickets, even if you received a refund. Original ticket holders for the Celebration event will be sent and email with information on how to activate their Star Wars Celebration Store account. You must have this activated and be logged in to make any purchases during early access. If you received a merchandise credit refund you will get a gift card code to use during your check out.
Now the extra good news. For those of us that did not have a ticket to the event, we will still be allowed to shop the exclusive merchandise. Open access will go live on Monday August 31, at 12 PM EST to the general public. Of course it will only be what’s left over, but normally we don’t even get that chance.
Here are some of the exclusives coming to the online store:
Geeki Tiki AT-AT Punch Bowl
Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back 40th Anniversary Millennium Falcon Cockpit Sunshade
Tauntaun and Luke Plush
Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back 40th Anniversary Lunchbox Tin
Mynock Suction Cup Plush
(You don’t see much Mynock stuff out there)
BB-8 Avocado Shirt
Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back 40th Anniversary Blue, Black or Gray Jersey T-Shirt
Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back 40th Anniversary Women’s Glitter T-Shirt
(Everything is better with sparkles.)
Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back 40th Anniversary Ball Cap
Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back 40th Anniversary Pin Set & T-Shirt Combo
Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker Pin Set & T-Shirt Combo
The Mandalorian Pin Set & T-Shirt Combo
There you have it. Check back on the dates that you would have access. If you were a previous ticket holder watch for the email.
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