Celebrating today’s release of the Star Wars: Jakku Spy virtual reality experience, Verizon is handing out limited edition Cardboard viewers, and we must admit, they’re pretty stellar.

In partnership with Disney and Lucasfilm, Verizon has a batch of four limited edition Google Cardboard viewers. Four minimalist designs evoke iconic characters from the Star Wars universe.

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The viewers are being given out for free, but apparently the only way to get your hands on one is to not only be a Verizon customer, but head to a Verizon store to pick one up yourself (Verizon points to their store locator if you want to find one near you). I’d be willing to bet at least one crazy Star Wars fan out there will switch their contract just to get their mitts on these.

Literally within the first few hours of release, some eager folks hoping to cash in have already managed to list the would-be collectible on Ebay with prices starting around $50. One auction is offering a ‘Buy it Now’ for $99.

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