Back in 2015, Disney and Lucasfilm found monumental success in the original Force Friday, a full global launch of all the products for Star Wars: The Force Awakens, with 150,000 people all around the world turning up for midnight store openings. It'll probably help if you've got a bounty of expendable income, too. Seriously, these things are more hard to get your hands on than the secret location of the Rebel Alliance base.
And REMEMBER, most importantly - if you've no ticket, there's NO WAY you're getting in, so here's what you have to do.
More clearly humanoid and wearing a lighter, Jedi-like robe, this depiction of the character seems to nod towards theories that Snoke could be a member of the Ancient Order turned to the Dark Side, perhaps even the titular "Last Jedi" of the film. In the United Kingdom it's Argos (online), HMV, LEGO, Hamleys, John Lewis, Smyths, Toys'R'Us and the Disney Store.
Walmart will conduct several giveaways, and prizes include Topps' Galactic Connexions Trading Discs and "Star Wars Battlefront II" video game posters. However, not every Force Friday event requires consumers to pay a hefty price tag. Maybe you'd like a two-pack of Admiral Ackbar and an unnamed First Order Officer can only be bought at Toys R Us. Be careful though, because some of these exclusives may not be available on Force Friday, but later this fall instead.
So it's about Star Wars toys? Keep an eye out on the LEGO Shop's Star Wars page.
Lenovo has created a custom AR headset for Star Wars: Jedi Challenges, along with a Lightsaber Controller, which is designed to look like Luke's lightsaber. The BB-9E and new BB-8 (withe trainers) will sell for $199.99 and R2-D2 will cost $239.99.