Posted by Dustin on December 10, 2012 at 03:30 PM CST
Rebelscum reader Bill Cable writes in to let everyone know that the PSWCS still have Yoda Charity Medallions available. Plus if you act now you can get it just in time for Christmas with FREE SHIPPING!

"Are you looking for that ideal gift for the Star Wars fan on your list? Would you like an opportunity to support a fantastic charitable organization this holiday season? PSWCS is offering a special deal for US customers on their charity medallion THIS WEEK ONLY!

PSWCS is selling a limited-edition medallion to benefit Mid-Atlantic Burn Camp. This medallion, approved by Lucasfilm and featuring the likeness of Yoda, is limited to 1000 pieces. The price is $10.29 per medallion. As part of a special holiday offer, all domestic orders placed between Monday December 10th and Saturday December 15th will receive FREE SHIPPING. This offer will save you up to $2.50 per medallion! All orders place by December 15th will ship via First Class mail on December 17th - so you'll receive your order in plenty of time for the holidays.

Fewer than 150 of these medallions are available. For more details about the charity and to order your medallions, please visit: http://www.pswcs.com/charity/BurnCamp/"
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