Dagobah is the Next Smuggler’s Bounty Box from Funko

Smuggler's Bounty Dagobah Box
Smuggler’s Bounty Dagobah Box

The Smuggler’s Bounty Star Wars Jabba’s Skiff box has officially closed, and you can expect them to start showing up on doorsteps soon.  Since that box has officially closed, it is time for Funko to announce their next box.  The new box is sure to be a favorite of fans of The Empire Strikes Back!. Get ready to welcome the Smuggler’s Bounty Dagobah box.

Take a trip to the Sluis sector of the Outer Rim territories with the Dagobah Star Wars Smuggler’s Bounty box. Stroll across the planet’s swamp-covered surface, pay a visit to Jedi Grand Master Yoga or watch Luke Skywalker grow stronger in the force but make sure to avoid the swamp slugs.

You can currently pre-order this box exclusively at Amazon.com! What do you expect to be in the box? Leave your thoughts in the comment section below!

Each box costs just $29.99. Contents include:

  • Box contents change with every theme and may not include a t-shirt
  • 3 to 6 collectibles in every box, including an exclusive vinyl Pop!
  • Different Star Wars characters featured in every bi-monthly box
  • Thoughtfully curated boxes by fans for fans
  • Limited to 3 boxes per customer.

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About Funko:

Funko was originally conceived by Mike Becker and founded by Frank Malone as a bobbleheads company in 1998 and sold in 2005 to its CEO, Brian Mariotti, who significantly expanded the firm’s licensed lines. In addition to selling millions of its Wacky Wobblers, Funko has delighted the world with a broad range of playable and collectible merchandise that includes such diverse items as plush, Pop! Vinyl figures, vehicles, mugs, water bottles, key chains, lanyards, USB drives, lamps, and headphones inspired by a vast number of films, TV shows, video games, and more.


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