Nintendo Nerds: Top Your Christmas Tree With This Bright and Shiny Super Mario Star


There is nothing more beautiful than acquiring a shiny yellow star in a Mario game. Sometimes it’ll cost you 20 coins, but if you want to top this year’s Christmas tree with this beaut’, it’ll set you back $20 over at ThinkGeek (which in my opinion is worth every damn penny.)

Here’s the official scoop:

YOU GOT A STAR! Invincibility is a highly sought after trait in Christmas trees. If you didn’t spring for one of those aluminum trees from A Charlie Brown Christmas, you’re pretty much on your own, though. Whether real or artificial, your tree is a magnet for dogs, cats, and curious toddlers. What it really needs isn’t more ornaments; what it needs is a good defense. And that’s where we come in. Put one of these little beauties on your tree to bestow upon it invincibility. Now, this star doesn’t light up. If you want to hear the little tune, you’ll have to hum it yourself. Sounds like a new caroling tradition to us. Of course, your tree can still be destroyed by lava, crushing damage, and, well, your pets and toddlers, too. It’s just a Super Mario star for the top of your tree. But it’s super cute, right?

  • Super Mario Star Tree Topper
  • Officially-licensed Super Mario merchandise 
  • A ThinkGeek / GameStop exclusive 
  • A Super Star / Starman / Invincible Star for your treetop
  • Eyes on one side
  • Dimensions: 6 1/2″ tall x 5″ wide x 1″ thick
  • Weight: 2 oz.

If you want to go all in, you can even set yourself up with some Nintendo-themed string lights as well:

Legend of Zelda Rupee String Lights
Legend of Zelda Triforce String Lights
Super Mario Coin String Lights

A Nintendo tree sounds like the most amazing thing ever. Unless you’re my friend Andy who one time said NO to the star in Mario Party. Who does that!?

Word on the street is that you can save 20 percent on your order of $80 or more at ThinkGeek using the code 8020RULE at checkout. This is for a limited time only, so you gotta hustle if you want that dank holiday Mario style, son. YA-HOO!