Episode 220: When Stores Compete, You Win!
November 09, 2009


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Show Notes

First books, then DVDs, and now toys...with the American economy in a slump, unemployment topping 10% for the first time in a quarter of a century, stores are fighting harder than ever for each person's expendable income during this holiday shopping season. And these price wars are now impacting Star Wars collectors. Listen this week as we discuss where the savings can be had on Star Wars toys this holiday season!

Also on this week's Star Wars Action News, we review the Season 1 DVD Box Set of the Clone Wars Cartoon Series, tell you how to save 20% off your Kotobukiya orders, and run down the latest in store and online finds, including information on how to find some Wal Mart exclusives that may not have yet made it to shelves in your area! And we look at the future of book collecting with the advent of the Amazon Kindle and other eBook readers.

With the beginning of the Star Wars Action News Sith-mas gift exchange, our continuing call for Christmas gift ideas, and more, it's on this week's podcast Star Wars Action News!

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Its that wonderful time of the year. Time to pop in the Star Wars Holiday Special and enjoy the sounds of a Christmas in the Stars. Its also time again for the Star Wars Action News Sithmas Gift Exchange. We tried this in years past with great success. So celebrate the Saga and the joy of the holidays with your fellow SWANlings.

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