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These flying Star Wars drones are going for 70% off before Christmas

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Propel’s Star Wars Quadcopters lets you reenact the greatest space battles with drones that fire freaking lasers. 

Normally, these ultra-cool fliers ask for a steep $129.99 starting price, but B&H Photo is selling them all for only $40 apiece.

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Propel Star Wars T-65 X-Wing Star Fighter Quadcopter: $119 $39 at B&H Photo (opens in new tab)
Fly under the flag of the Rebel Alliance with this excellent rendition of the iconic T65 X-Wing that’s currently going for a $80 discount.

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Propel Star Wars Tie Advanced X1 Quadcopter: $129 $39 at B&H Photo (opens in new tab)
Go with the dark side and call your friends Rebel scum (optional) as you shoot them down with this replica of Darth Vader’s Tie Advanced X1. Save an even greater $90 off on this drone while your at it.

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Propel Star Wars 74-Z Speeder Bike Quadcopter Bike Quadcopter: $129 $39 at B&H Photo (opens in new tab)
A flying hoverbike might not make sense, but who cares. This is the perfect version of Propel’s drones to fly through a forest to recreate the chase scene on Endor. Plus there's a $90 discount that's hard to pass up.

With these drones going for a much lower price, it’ll be much cheaper to buy them in bulk for your friends and family to really get a game of aerial laser tag going. 

Alternatively, Propel built its Star Wars drones to be easy to fly and learn with, including a flight simulator built into its accompanying smartphone app. So, you can’t really ask for a drone better designed for beginners.

Kevin Lee
Kevin Lee

Kevin Lee was a former computing reporter at TechRadar. Kevin is now the SEO Updates Editor at IGN based in New York. He handles all of the best of tech buying guides while also dipping his hand in the entertainment and games evergreen content. Kevin has over eight years of experience in the tech and games publications with previous bylines at Polygon, PC World, and more. Outside of work, Kevin is major movie buff of cult and bad films. He also regularly plays flight & space sim and racing games. IRL he's a fan of archery, axe throwing, and board games.