Lucasfilm Ltd and Twentieth Century Fox confirmed that the nine-disc collection has sold one million units worldwide and generated $84 million (£54m) in revenue.
"Once again our fans' enthusiasm to celebrate Stars Wars continues to amaze us," said LucasFilm senior marketing director Kayleen Walters. "Our goal was to deliver a premium product that they could enjoy with their family and friends and we are thrilled that they are enjoying it as much as we hoped they would."
Star Wars: The Complete Saga shifted 515,000 units in its first week in North America alone. Lucasfilm also announced that $38 million (£24m) of its total revenue was generated in the territory.
"Star Wars is a franchise with universal stories that resonates as much today as it did 30 years ago," said Twentieth Century Fox. "With the Blu-ray, audiences can go deeper into the mythology than ever before and reconnect with everything they love about the Saga in the best possible quality."
The Complete Saga includes all six movies in high definition, never-before-seen footage, Lucasfilm Archive material and rare documentaries. To mark its release, the London BT Tower was transformed into the world's largest lightsaber.
Star Wars: The Complete Saga was released on Blu-ray on September 12.
Watch the trailer for the Star Wars: The Complete Saga Blu-ray below: