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Save $35 on a Mandalorian Polaroid Now camera for Star Wars Day!

The Mandalorian Polaroid
(Image credit: Polaroid)

Today is Star Wars Day, which means two things: your Facebook timeline will be flooded with "May the fourth be with you" posts, and you can save a cool $35 on the brilliant Mandalorian-themed Polaroid Now instant camera!

For today only, the Mandalorian Polaroid Now is just $84.99 at Amazon – saving you a whole bunch of Republic credits on the full $119.99 price tag.

• Read more: The Mandalorian Polaroid Now review

If you're looking for the perfect gift for a Star Wars fan, or if today is a good excuse to treat yourself to a Star Wars-themed treat, check out this deal before it expires – because it's valid for today only. 

Save $35 on The Mandalorian Polaroid Now camera

The Mandalorian Polaroid Now |

The Mandalorian Polaroid Now | was $119.99 | now $84.99
Save $35 This beautiful special edition takes the Polaroid Now and encases it in a coat of Beskar steel-inspired silver, with Mandalorian branding and insignia. This is definitely the way!
Deal ends: Midnight 04 May

This special edition takes the standard Polaroid Now – one of the best instant cameras on the market – and encases it in Beskar steel-inspired silver paint, with Mandalorian branding and insignia so that everybody knows there will be a price on their head if they mess with it.

And don't forget to pick up the right instant film to go with it – we recommend going for a pack of Mandalorian Polaroid i-Type film that features special edition frames featuring Mando, Baby Yoda and more!

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