Guide to Boba Fett Holiday Season Gifts and Decorations
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Boba Fett Gifts
Regardless of the time of year, we believe it is always great to gift Boba.
Gift ideas for a Fett friend, family member, and/or lover?
Here are some suggestions with price ranges (before tax/shipping) to recommend for Fett fans of all kinds. Be sure to double check the item is in stock and order soon if you’re hoping it’ll come before Christmas. Triple check with the vendor to be sure, too.
Note: you can also find this one in Hallmark stores or their website.
Note: only Walmart has this on sale.
$$$ / Good Luck / Premium
There are so many more collectibles to recommend (which we track) and even more to link up (which we can’t take on for everything everywhere). See just our list of Fett-worthy 2021 releases. The database goes all the way back to the 1970s, too!
Looking for holiday-themed Boba Fett gifts and decorations?
New for 2021:
Here are other picks from years past that you can still track down online:
Looking for all Boba Fett holiday ornaments? We have a holiday ornaments section just for that. Tons of great stuff from years past, where it’s hard to just order them online at this point.
How about all collectibles related to Boba Fett? We have a massive collectibles database, including recommended links to online shops where available and only if recommended.
Need a handy way to make a list of what you want? You can use a free BFFC account to create a “My Bounty” list. Perfect for tagging what you have versus what you want, to make a Fett-worthy holiday list.
What about something fan-made instead?
There are a few fun Christmas cards:
Christmas card from PJ McQuade ($5 each, but also sold in packs of 10 for $25 and in group packs with other fun artwork)
Already bought a Boba Fett gift?
Boba Fett Holiday Spirit
For 2021, you can watch two Fett-worthy things on Disney+ (besides the forthcoming “The Book of Boba Fett”): they have the Star Wars Holiday Special cartoon (search for “Story of the Faithful Wookiee”), the Droids cartoon (search for “Star Wars Droids” and see episode 4), and a short documentary on the history of Boba Fett (search for “Under the Helmet”).
Back in 2001, StarWars.com produced an online animation called “Holiday at the Fetts.” They no longer have it online, but we host the Flash animation and re-mastered it for YouTube:
Cameron Kim Jones made these cards in 2015 and they were available for a little while, but no longer. Here they are for posterity.
“Boba Sledding” by Cameron Kim Jones
“A Bounty-ful Gift” by Cameron Kim Jones
“It’s Beginning To Look A Lot Like Fettmas” by Lesley aka Sweet Geek (no longer available from the artist on Etsy)