To add to “The Mandalorian” craziness, plenty of companies have released this year’s hottest toys in honor of the Disney+ series. Sure, there are plenty of The Child (aka, Baby Yoda) goodies for this holiday season, but there are some cool products revolving around the entire show as well. Here are my best picks for The Mandalorian gifts on Amazon for 2020.
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Starting the fifth decade for Star Wars lovers, this year it’s hotter than ever. Head to Walt Disney World or Disneyland and Galaxy’s Edge is, by far, the hottest areas of the parks. Now, add in the fact that “The Mandalorian” is amping up the popularity and it’s a recipe for all-things Star Wars this holiday season. Here are my best choices for Mandalorian gifts on Amazon.
For Prime members, you’ll like the Mandalorian gifts on Amazon even more as (at the time this post was written) each offers free shipping.
The Child, AKA Baby Yoda, Animatronic Edition
I’m going on record to write that The Child animatronic figurine will be one of the hot Mandalorian gifts on Amazon (if not THE gift!) for the 2020 holiday season. Retailing for $59, its activated sound effects are enabled by touching the top of its head. There are babbles, giggles, tired, and sleeping sounds as well as Force effects. Its head moves up and down, its ears wiggle, and its eyes open and close. Additionally, lay it down and it will take a Force nap.
What more could you want? Maybe knowing if it’s truly baby Yoda or not.
Monopoly: Star Wars The Mandalorian Edition Board Game
Tired of doing loops around Park Place and Boardwalk? For $29.97, you can take a spin through “The Mandalorian” universe with a Monopoly: Star Wars The Mandalorian edition board game. Inspired by the series, the Monopoly tokes are favorite characters and each has special ability. To ramp up the fun, when a player passes by or lands on The Child’s space, they can take its token and get double ability.
Instead of buying hotels, you’ll buy hideouts to earn Imperial credits. Bright suns to the winner!
The Mandalorian Dark Portrait T-shirt
Sure, they probably have plenty of Star Wars t-shirts, but a $19.98 Mandalorian dark portrait tee will definitely give them a reason to change the rotation. Made from 100% cotton and officially licensed, it comes in a few different colors, but I dig the black background the best.
Super Sized The Child POP! Funko
Maybe they need one more figure of The Child or a huge Pop! collectors. Either way, this super cute 10-inch, super-sized, Pop! Funko of The Child will make a great addition. Retailing for $23.99, it will make a cool centerpiece for their collection.
LEGO BrickHeadz Star Wars The Mandalorian & The Child Building Kit
Remember when you used to build with LEGOS? Or maybe you’re still creating, and that’s totally cool. But, with each additional season, the LEGO building sets are getting more detailed, making them all-the-more popular. Enter LEGO BrickHeadz versions of the Child and The Mandalorian. Selling for $19.95, each figure has signature weapons and authentic details. The Child’s ears are adjustable to give different experessions and its hoverpram is sitting on a transparent LEGO to make it look like it’s floating.
Additionally, coming in at 3-inches tall each, you won’t need a lot of space for this 295-piece set.
LEGO Star Wars AT-ST Raider 75254 The Mandalorian Collectible All Terrain Scout Transport Walker
I have a husband that’s a massive Star Wars fan, so I know the debate on how AT-AT is pronounced, trust me. But, with the $39.99 LEGO Star Wars AT-ST Raider model set it’s pretty much cleared up. Complete with 4 Star Wars minifigures (including The Mandalorian), it has 3 blaster rifles and a blaster and the play possibilities are ready to go.
The entire set has 540 pieces with the At-RT coming in a 9-inches tall. For boys and girls ages 8 and over.
Star Wars Mandalorian Darksaber Lightsaber
We saw this one in person and my daughter was THISCLOSE to buying it. Looks like I’ll have to get it as a stocking stuffer.
For $24.86, The Mandalorian Darksaber Lightsaber is a cool take on an already-loved weapon. I mean, have you seen the YouTube video of the guys actually making a working lightsaber? So cool.
Battery powered, it has some fun, electronic sound effects and can be used by children ages 5 and up. The button on the hilt allows you to “summon the power” and swinging it around offers some fun battle effects.
Funko Pop! Star Wars: Mandalorian
Another detailed Pop! Funko is The Mandalorian itself. At $13.95, it’s 3 3/4 inches tall and would be a perfect stocking stuffer or small gift. Made from vinyl, it can be left in the box for safe keeping or displayed out of it to show off the details.
The Mandalorian Mash-Up Poster T-Shirt
Like a good throwback to Star Wars movie posters? At $19.98, this Mandalorian mash-up poster t-shirt is definitely that. Made from 100% cotton (solid colors), it comes in a few colors and is officially licensed.
2021 The Child Wall Calendar
Need a reminder that we’re over 2020? You can do it everyday by looking at a 2021 wall calendar filled with photos of The Child. It’s $14.99, well worth the price for adorableness.
The Mandalorian Polaroid Camera
Ahh, Polaroid photos. We were always told not to shake them, but did we listen? Nope. We were such rebels.
This year, The Mandalorian and Polaroid have partnered for a throwback camera edition. Offering autofocus (that would have been nice in the 70’s), it uses analog point and shoot and has a timer so you can be in the photo.
But the best feature? Double exposure, another gem of 1970’s school pictures because everyone needed to see the cowlick you had in the back of your hair from going to bed with wet hair. At $119.95, it’s compatible with i-Type and 600 film.
2020 Hallmark Keepsake The Child Ornament
I have a feeling this Baby Yoda ornament from Hallmark will be on everyone’s tree this year. Yeah, it’s expensive (prices start at $41.45) but who doesn’t want The Child hovering below a tree bough waving, right? It’s made from plastic and measures 3.15-inches wide by nearly 3 inches in height.
The Child (Baby Yoda) Chia Planter
Remember when Chia pets were the business? Looks like they’re going to be back in for 2020, my friends. For $19.99, you can gift a Chia planter of The Child. Add a packet of chia seeds (it comes with three) and some water to the inside of the hoverpram and in 1-2 weeks you’ll see full growth. And it’s a gift that keeps on giving: the planter can be washed and replanted indefinitely.
The Mandalorian Helmet Tee
Okay, one more clothing item and I’m done. Need a t-shirt with nine Mandalorian helmets? I’ve got you covered. For $19.98, it’s officially-licensed image apparel with a classic fit. It comes in a few colors as well (solids are 100% cotton). Now, if we can only get a three-Mandalorian moon shirt…
The Child Operation Game
No worries, folks. You won’t be operating on adorable Baby Yoda. Instead, The Child grabs objects like a frog, cup of broth, and an egg. Whew!
From Hasbro at $21.69, The Mandalorian Operation game is just like the classic Operation game in that you’ll use tweezers connected to a wire to see how steady your hand is. Made for ages 6 and up.
Mandalorian Tervis Tumbler
Need to see The Child every time you take a sip of your hot or cold beverage? Tervis has you covered with a Baby Yoda edition tumbler. For $29.99, you’ll have up to 24 hours of chilled or 8 hours of hot beverages to drink when you’re not saying, “Aww!” The tumbler offers a limited five-year warranty, is made with a double-walled vacuum insulation, and is leak resistant.
Amazon Echo Dot Baby Yoda Stand
Get way more Amazon Echo Dots for amazon Prime Day than you thought and want a cute way to showcase them? Check out The Child stand. It offers precision fit for 3rd Gen Dots and is cute as a button for $20.95.