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Grab Darth Vader's lightsaber for just $13 and show Luke Skywalker the true power of the Dark Side

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December, as everyone knows, is Star Wars month. In just 18 days, Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker finally reaches theatres, bringing the Skywalker saga to an end. Before then, though, you'll want to prepare yourself for the ending of the trilogy of trilogies. How? By picking up one of the key weapons from a galaxy far, far away: a lightsaber.

Thanks to Amazon's Cyber Monday deals, a variety of lightsabers have been heavily reduced in price. The cheapest is Darth Vader's blade, which you can grab for just $12.99, reduced from $19.99. Then there's Luke Skywalker's saber, available for $13.99 (likewise reduced from $19.99). And if you're a hardcore Star Wars fan, you might be tempted to upgrade to a Black Series lightsaber. Darth Vader's has been reduced $72.01 to $99.99, as has Kylo Ren's. Check them all out below.

Just a quick word of warning: these are only on sale for another few hours. Once that time is up, they'll revert to their normal price tag. So don't wait around! 

Luke Skywalker's green lightsaber | $13.99 on Amazon (was $19.99)
Pick up Luke Skywalker's weapon of choice: his green lightsaber from Return of the Jedi.View Deal

Darth Vader's red lightsaber | $12.99 on Amazon (was $19.99)
Have you turned to the Dark Side? Then grab Darth Vader's red lightsaber and show people the true power of the Force.View Deal

Black Series: Darth Vader's lightsaber | $99.99 on Amazon (was $172.00)
Want a movie quality lightsaber to show off at comic-con? Then upgrade to the Black Series blade.View Deal

Black Series: Kylo Ren's lightsaber | $99.99 on Amazon (was $172.00)
Fan of the sequel trilogy? Lucky you, because Kylo Ren's lightsaber is also on sale. This one's Black Series, too.View Deal

If you're not after a lightsaber, but still fancy something Star Wars-related, then you should check out all the best Star Wars Cyber Monday deals currently going.

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