No Star Wars fan needs to be force-tricked into buying the new line of Solo: A Star Wars Story merch, because it’s lit. 

Regardless of age, interest, or whether or not you’ll even like the movie (please, please, please be good!), this merchandise is as epic as that scene, you know the one, in The Last Jedi.

Star Wars Force Link 2.0 Kessel Run Millennium Falcon with Han Solo Figure (Hasbro)

Han Solo’s Kessel Run record has basically been a campfire-like story tribute to his ego. . . until now. With Solo: A Star Wars Story coming out, fans will finally get to see the stories from Han’s juicy pre-New Hope life come alive on-screen. And thanks to the superheroes at Hasbro, fans can relive Han’s epic adventures off-screen as well. This ingenious design lets players experience the Kessel Run in real life. The Millennium Falcon features motion detection tech, so when you pick it up, you’ll be greeted with take-off sounds and flight noises. Blast away enemies with the blaster button, hear the sounds of fired missiles, and then send the iconic ship into hyperdrive. You can even feel the ship under attack, as it rumbles in your hands and the lights begin to flash red. Panels will even start flying off the ship until you crash land in your living room. But none of that matters as long as you can get through the Kessel Run in less than 12 parsecs.

MSRP: $99.99
Available: Now at major retailers and 

Star Wars The Black Series 6-Inch Figures (Hasbro)

Han Solo and… not-s0-young Han Solo can now hang out and do whatever action figures do when their owners aren’t watching. Young Han Solo, young Lando Calrissian, and Qi’ra, to name a few, have their own figures in the Star Wars Black Series Collection. The figures are reasonably priced for the high-quality features and realistic designs that they offer. The Black Series has figures for every Star Wars movie so fans can collect them all. Han even features 20 points of articulation, so get ready to come up with some cool poses for this guy.
MSRP: $19.99 each
Available: Now at most major retailers and

Star Wars Han Solo Card Game (Hasbro)

Han Solo is helping everyone learn his token smuggling skills in this original Han Solo card game. Players are tasked to steal the Millennium Falcon or collect Han’s bounty as they roll the dice and count their cards in a race to win. This game is a little reminiscent of Uno in that players swap cards with each other to get more points. Hasbro is not liable if this game destroys your friendships.

MSRP: $19.99
Available: Now at most major retailers and

Solo: A Star Wars Story Pop! Vinyl Figures (Funko)

Pop! collectors, rejoice! Solo: A Star Wars Story Pop! Vinyls are coming to a store or let’s be real, an online shopping cart near you. Available figures include Han Solo, Lando Calrissian, Qi’Ra, Tobias Beckett, Val, L3-37, Rio Durant, Range Trooper, Enfys Nest, and Chewbacca. And, of course, we need them all.

MSRP: $8.99
Available: Now at most major retailers


Solo: A Star Wars Story Director’s Chair (Regal Robot)

Who wouldn’t want to put their director’s cap on and lord over their friends in this massive director’s chair? It’s not particularly comfortable, but it will make you feel like a grade-A badass, so what’s a little discomfort to feel like you can boss Han Solo around? You’d think Hollywood’s A-listers would have demanded more comfortable chairs by now… I still need it.

MSRP: $119.99-$159.99
Available: Now at Regal Robot

Solo: A Star Wars Story Out West Wookiee Button Down Shirt (ThinkGeek)

Think of how much better off people would be if we all had our very own Chewbacca to watch our backs. I have literally never met a more loyal fuzzball, and I’ve met Chewbacca; don’t @ me. Celebrate your favorite fuzzy co-pilot with this western-inspired button-up shirt. With an oversized image of Chewie on the back, you can rest easy knowing that the loveable wookie will always be there for you. No wookies were harmed in the making of this shirt.

MSRP: $39.99
Available: Now at ThinkGeek


Star Wars Ultimate Co-Pilot Chewie Furreal Friends (Hasbro)

When Furbacca, the Furby Chewbacca came out in 2015, his fuzzy little cuteness drew me in and I had to buy him. I feel the same way with this fuzzy dude. He stands 16 inches tall with poseable arms and his face even moves! If you make a noise, Chewie will make one back because he always has to get in the last word. This one won’t be out until the fall, and we’re counting down the days.

MSRP: $129.99
Available: This fall


Star Wars Monopoly Han Solo Edition Game (Hasbro)

Monopoly is the long-winded game for which not everyone has the patience or attention span. However, this Han Solo edition of the game hits its mark with a galactic twist. Gone are the boardwalks and the thimbles. Want to buy the Millenium Falcon or be a smuggler? Now’s your chance. The best part? You can still go to jail!

MSRP: $19.99
Available: Now at major retailers 

Solo: A Star Wars Story Han and Lando Highball Glasses (ThinkGeek)

For anyone with a house as barren as my new apartment, these thin glasses with gold art deco designs inspired by the Millennium Falcon would make a perfect, classy, and low-key nerdy addition to the contents of your cabinet. Only the Star Wars logo on the bottom gives away its geeky origin, and as long as you keep refilling those glasses, no one will ever know.

MSRP: $7.99
Available: Now at ThinkGeek

Solo: A Star Wars Story Salad & Dinner Plate Sets (ThinkGeek) 

Who wouldn’t want to relive whole awkward semi-family dinner party scene in The Empire Strikes Back with Han, Leia, Chewie, Lando, and Vader? With this new dinner plate set, fans can invite all of their estranged relatives for a super fun reunion. Maybe no one will try to murder each other! There are also salad plates to complete the set. Each plate is different, but they all feature Lando’s name in Aurebesh.

MSRP: $19.99 per set of four salad plates and #34.99 per set of four dinner plates.
Available: Now at ThinkGeek


Star Wars Kessel Run Millenium Falcon (LEGO)

We can never get too much of Han’s legendary Kessel Run. This LEGO brick version of the iconic Corellian freighter from the Han Solo movie features a two-minifigure cockpit with detachable canopy, two spring-loaded shooters, a sensor dish, a ramp, rotating top and bottom laser turrets with two gunner seats, plus a detachable escape craft. The entire ship opens up, revealing a cargo area with a couch and Dejarik hologame table, bar, bunk, missile storage compartment, and a buildable hyperdrive with repair tools. It’s basically a smuggler’s paradise. Included are minifigures of Han Solo, Chewbacca, Qi’ra, Lando Calrissian, Quay Tolsite, a Kessel Operations Droid, and a DD-BD droid. Reenact scenes or just have fun building the set, but either way, this set is a must-have for LEGO and Star Wars fans alike. Plus, it will keep you busy for quite a while with more than 1,400 pieces and an instruction book that rivals that of the fourth Harry Potter novel.

MSRP: $169.99
Available: Now at LEGO shop, Amazon, Target, Walmart

Solo: A Star Wars Story Big Figs (Jakks Pacific)

And they say bigger isn’t always better. . . Each of these Star Wars figures stand  18- to 20-inches tall and include fabric capes and removable accessories. These guys are perfect for kids or battles too large to warrant smaller action figures. Choose from Chewie, Han, or Mud Trooper, or collect them all. And at just $19.99, they are a steal.

MSRP: $19.99
Available: Now at Amazon, Meijer, Target

Star Wars “I’ve Got A Good Feeling About This” 1000 Piece Jigsaw Puzzle (Buffalo Games)

Most fans were devastated when Disney announced the end to the iconic Star Wars line, “I’ve got a bad feeling about this,” that popped up in every movie. Fans can rest easy knowing that they can immortalize everyone’s favorite phrase with this 1,000 piece jigsaw puzzle of the opposite name.

MSRP: $14.95
Available: Now at Amazon,



Solo: A Star Wars Story Bedding and Home Collection (Pottery Barn)

Real talk: I’m offended this is labeled for kids because. Can you say throwback? This set of home decor is giving off hardcore classic ’70s Star Wars vibes and we are so here for it. Pillows, sheets, blankets, and posters—this collection has it all. They call Han and Lando the Kessel Crew; I’m sobbing. Hello Visa my old friend, I’m here to spend some more again.

MSRP: $26.50-$119
Available: Now at Pottery Barn


About the author

Xandra Harbet

Xandra Harbet

Xandra Harbet is an assistant editor at Adventure Publishing Group. She enjoys nerding out for articles on the Pop Insider, crafting weekly toy reviews for the Toy Insider and contributes to the trade magazines the Toy Book and the Licensing book. When Xandra isn't writing or attending conventions, she's dancing around her room in Supergirl cosplay, jammin' out to Britney Spears. She once had to stash her lightsaber behind a bush at the Rogue One premiere because the theater had a lame 'no Kyber crystal weapons' policy. Her friends insist that she's the poster child for Gryffindor because she's staunch in her beliefs and recklessly tries to change the world. You can follow her wild adventures on Twitter @stakingmyheart or glimpse her massive collection of selfies on Instagram @dontgostakinmyheart