Amazon has some decent deals on Lego architecture sets ranging from 21-34% off.
It’s that time of year again. In celebration of LEGO Star Wars, the LEGO Shop online is putting most Star Wars sets on sale for 10-20% off. In addition, they’re running a few other promotions for the weekend:
- Free shipping on orders over $50 / £25.
- Free Hoth Han Solo minifig on Star Wars orders over $75 / £50.
- Free Star Wars Yoda poster with all orders.
These deals and promotions are available Friday May 3rd and Saturday May 4th for the UK, and Saturday May 4th and Sunday May 5th for the US and Canada.
The biggest deal, though, is that 10227 B-Wing Starfighter is 50% off, or $100 instead of $200.
The new UCS set 10240 Red Five X-wing Starfighter is also out now:
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Amazon.com has discounted 9516 Jabba’s Palace, down $32 from $120 (27% off). With free shipping and no sales tax in most states, it’s a pretty sweet deal.
And if you’re still looking to complete the current Tatooine collection, 75005 Rancor Pit is also 13% off.
Amazon.com has discounted 3189 Heartlake Stables by more than 30%, down $15.99 from $49.99 (thus you pay only $34).
Amazon also has 21011 Brandenburg Gate (or as FBTB calls it, a sand green cheese battle pack) on sale for $22.97, down 34% from $34.99 (you save $12.02).
We highlighted some LEGO sales & deals on Amazon.com late last week, but for those who missed that post, there are still some pretty sweet discounts on LEGO.
Highlights include 4440 Police Forest Station, which is currently marked as “pre-order,” but the page says it’ll be in stock on February 1. At 28% off (5% more off since last Friday), you save over $22.
Other items still on sale:
It may already be gone by the time you read this, but in case it’s not, 21102 LEGO Minecraft is back in stock at the LEGO Shop online.
The new 2013 LEGO Batman set 10937 Arkham Asylum Breakout (unveiled at BrickCon in October) is out today in Europe.
The set costs £129.99 in the UK, and comes with 8 minifigs and 1,619 parts.
Buyers in North America will have to wait until December 31.