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Deck the halls with droids and beskar! The holidays are officially approaching, and Lucasfilm is wrapping up its 50th anniversary year by giving fans all of the Star Wars gifts they could possibly want with a new, 12-week program of merch reveals.

Officially dubbed “Bring Home the Bounty,” this series of weekly drops will be similar to last year’s Mando Monday reveals. However, while all of the Mando Monday products were inspired by The Mandalorian, Bring Home the Bounty will offer merch from across the Star Wars universe, including the Skywalker Saga movies, Star Wars: Visions, The Mandalorian, The Bad Batch, and the upcoming series The Book of Boba Fett. 

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Each Tuesday — starting today and running until Dec. 28 — the new products will drop at 9 a.m. ET. Some of the products will be available to order immediately, but others will be a preview, with preorders available the following day at 1 p.m. ET.

The products will come from a variety of popular pop culture collectibles companies, including Mattel, Hasbro, and LEGO. The products will also be available at a variety of major retailers, including shopDisney.

Some of this week’s Bring Home the Bounty products | Source: Lucasfilm/the Pop Insider

The first round of products is live now on bringhomethebounty.com, including a new selection of Star Wars: The Retro Collection figures for The Mandalorian (available to preorder tomorrow), new Funko Pop! figures of K-2S0 and Moroff, and additions to the Erin Condren Star Wars collection. The merch is sub-divided into categories including “Toys, Games, & Collectibles;” “Apparel & Accessories;” “Home;” and “Books & Comics.” In addition to entirely new merch, the selection also includes a curated selection of items that have been out for a while but that make good gifts, such as this year’s LEGO Star Wars advent calendar and Star Wars Fine Jewelry’s The Mandalorian Collection.

To help promote this season of Star Wars merch, Lucasfilm has also partnered with UPS to wrap select delivery vehicles in New York and Los Angeles to resemble Jawa Sandcrawlers. There will also be a corresponding sweepstakes for fans who spot these special vehicles.

Check out all of this week’s reveals and get more information about Bring Home the Bounty at bringhomethebounty.com!