Firebox launches limited edition Star Wars Mystery Box

By ·December 13, 2017 5:57 pm

This weekend there’s something even bigger than the holidays looming for us nerdy types, it’s the new Star Wars movie.

To celebrate the new release of Star Wars: The Last Jedi, Firebox, the homeware and lifestyle retailer for people with imagination, has created the new limited edition Star Wars Mystery Box. If you bought your pre-sale tickets for tomorrow’s theater release last month and are packing up your sleeping bag and snacks to wait in line for the perfect seats to watch the Skywalker family saga, this mystery box is almost certainly a must have.

The contents of the Star Wars Mystery Box, like all other Firebox Mystery Boxes, is unsurprisingly, a mystery. However, products are centred around the franchise, including a nod to the latest movie. If you’re shopping for a force sensitive super geek in your life it’s perfect for guilt free giving this holiday season.

Inside the box there’s more than £85 worth of Star Wars goodness, but it is a limited edition with only 400 boxes available, so you’ll have to hurry if you want one of these mystery boxes to help celebrate the latest Star Wars: The Last Jedi movie this December!

Each mysterious Star Wars-y greatness Mystery Box is available exclusively at for just £49.99 and is ready to ship globally, so even the Yoda in your life could recieve one.

Image credit: Firebox

Written by Bree Airy


Bree Arey has been writing since she was a child. She found early inspiration in Tolkien and Lewis, as well as X-Men comic books and the science fiction shows and films like Star Trek that her family loved.

At American River College, she developed a love for classical literature and theater. In 2003 to 2005 she worked as an editor for the award winning American River Review literary magazine, in which she also had several poems and short stories published under the pen name, Akane Allan.

She currently creates content for The Nerd Recites from her home in Chico, California where she lives with her cat, Freya, waiting impatiently for Winter to come.

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