Moneysaver One-Shot: May The Fourth Be With You

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May the deals be with you. The first thing you need to know is that it's FREE Comic Book Day. Click for all the details. We're rounding up the best deals today on everything Star Wars, and if you find a great one we missed, we want to see it in the comments.

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Star Wars: The Original Trilogy ($33) | Amazon

Star Wars: The Prequel Trilogy ($33) | Amazon


Note: This is the last day for these Blu-ray sales.

Dark Horse May the 4th Megabundle ($100) | Dark Horse | Normally $393 | 129 Comics


40 Star Wars Graphic Novels [Kindle] ($2/each) | Amazon


• FREE Star Wars: The Clone Wars, Season 5, Episode 16 "The Lawless" | iTunes


Gamefly | Use code GFDMAY20
Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic ($2.70) | Normally $10
Star Wars Battlefront II ($2.70) | $10
Star Wars: The Force Unleashed Ultimate Sith Edition ($5.40) | Normally $20
Star Wars: The Force Unleashed II ($5.40) | Normally $20
Star Wars Jedi Knight: Jedi Academy ($2.70) | Normally $10
Star Wars Jedi Knight II: Jedi Outcast ($2.70) | Normally $10
LEGO Star Wars: The Complete Saga ($5.40) | Normally $20
LEGO Star Wars III: The Clone Wars ($5.40) | Normally $20
Star Wars: Dark Forces ($1.40) | Normally $5


Note: The Gamefly games are 20% cheaper, but don't come with a Steam key. The steam games listed below aren't on sale on Gamefly, but the Gamefly games listed above are on sale on Steam, except for the LEGO games. Also, if you want to get Mac versions along with the PC version for certain titles, then buy from Steam.

Star Wars Jedi Knight: Dark Forces II ($1.69) | Normally $5
Star Wars Jedi Knight: Mysteries of the Sith ($1.01) | Normally $3
Star Wars Republic Commando ($3.39) | Normally $10
Star Wars Starfighter ($1.69) | Normally $5
Star Wars The Clone Wars: Republic Heroes ($6.79) | Normally $20
Star Wars Empire at War: Gold Pack (6.79) | Normally $20
Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic II ($3.39) | Normally $10


• FREE LEGO Star Wars: The Yoda Chronicles | iTunes

Star Wars Pinball is available for 50% off on most platforms.

Everything Else

ThinkGeek Star Wars 25% off | ThinkGeek | Use code MAYTHE4TH

Star Wars Mimobots 15% off | Mimoco | Use code SWBOTMAY4TH

Star Wars CuffLinks Sale |

Fathead 30% off Star Wars | Fathead

Star Wars Apparel 30% off | Junk Food Clothing | Use code MAYTHEFOURTH30

80'sTees 25% off Star Wars Merchandise | | Use code May42013

Barnes and Noble Star Wars Mega Sale | Barnes and Noble

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Okay, color me stupid, but could someone explain to me the benefit of getting a Steam key (other than dual Mac/PC versions, which is huge but not usually applicable)?

Maybe I'm missing something, but I tend to think of activating on Steam as a bad thing. Then you're tied to playing online, automatic updates, and to running the Steam platform itself whenever you're playing a game. But without a Steam activated key you don't need any of that.

A lot of people really love Steam as a platform; I love it as a store, but I don't see why you'd ever add something to Steam when you had the option not to, for cheaper.

What am I missing?