Posted by Adam on July 27, 2013 at 10:54 PM CST
While the collecting focus is on the new Black Series 6-inch and 3 3/4-inch lines, Rebelscum reader Richie C. has let us know that there are still deals to be had at K-Mart!

This is what he had to say:
Yesterday, at a single K, I found the Naboo Royal Fighter with Obi-Wan and S.T.A.P. with Battle Droid marked clearance at $16.99, but upon scanning found them to be only $3.99 each! I also picked up Darth Maul with Sith Speeder (not pictured) at another K later that day.

The best find was Obi-Wan's ROTS Jedi Starfighter in the VC packaging, regularly priced at $31.99 & clearanced at $19.99. I scanned this vehicle & it's now only $3.99 as well! And I found TWO! I know everyone's sick of ROTS Jedi Starfighters, but that deal was too good to pass up. My brother's birthday is next month, & the other I can use for a custom vehicle!


It just goes to show that scanning items can often pay dividends! A big thanks to Richie for letting us know about these stellar deals!
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