Triple Force Friday is here and Star Wars fans are already out in… force to grab up all the best deals. You can get in on the action all weekend at your local LEGO store or online at LEGO.com. You can find discounts on over 40 different Star Wars sets, including the 75212 Kessel Run Millennium Falcon for $135.99 (down from 169.99) and 75251 Darth Vader’s Castle for $103.99 (down from $129.99). You’ll also find 8 newly released sets and the Battle of Endor Micro build gift with purchase. Plus the always helpful Double Points on all your Star Wars purchases.
If you’ve been holding out on picking up some new LEGO Star Wars sets over the past year, then today’s Amazon sale just might be the nudge you’ve been waiting for. The online retailer has discounted a variety of LEGO Star Wars sets by up to 40% off, including the huge set Betrayal at Cloud City (75222) for $289.99 (17% off), which according to our data is the cheapest it’s been yet on Amazon. Check out more of the highlights below.
LEGO Technic is getting bigger this year, with the Liebherr R 9800 Excavator (42100) clocking in at a massive 4,108 pieces, making it officially the biggest Technic set ever. It’s now available for pre-order from LEGO.com for US $449.99 | CAN $549.99 | UK £399.99. Although the site doesn’t list its release date, we expect it to be Oct. 1 based on the previously released catalog. Using a customized version of new Control+ app that we just featured in our review of the brand new LEGO Technic 4×4 X-treme Off-Roader (42099), the giant mining excavator has not one but two smart hubs and seven motors.
Check out all the details of this huge new set below. Like Technic? Be sure to check out the just-announced 2,500-piece LEGO Technic Range Rover Defender (42110).
The LEGO Shop Online has now added complete cases of 60 collectible minifigures for sale, marking the first time we can recall the online store selling complete boxes rather than individual figures. Right now, Disney Series 2 is the only series available for purchase in full cases. It remains to be seen if full cases will be available for future series like the recently revealed Collectible Minifigures Series 19, or if this is simply LEGO attempting to move extra stock of the Disney series.
The cases are priced at US $239.99 | CAN $299.99 | UK £179.40, which is roughly the same price as buying 60 individual figures, but ensures you get an unopened case. While purchasing a full case isn’t for everyone, it is the easiest way to ensure you get a full set of minifigures. For those who don’t need a full 60 figures, splitting a case with a friend or two is also a great option. We found that our review case Disney Series 2 had two complete sets of figures, with almost a third complete set. Be sure to read our full review of the Disney Series 2 Collectible Minifigures for the rest of the details on this series.
Amazon Prime Day has begun, and there are a select few LEGO sets on sale for Prime members only. These prices are only good until the end of July 16th, so act fast if you want to score these sets at some great prices. Our Canadian readers are in luck as well, as Amazon Canada is also offering some great deals on some different sets for Prime Day.
The other two sets on sale this prime day are 75212 Kessel Run Milennium Falcon, and 75179 Kylo Ren’s Tie Fighter, which are 51% and 43% off respectively.
There has been one city set on sale, 60198 Cargo Train which utilizes the new Powered Up remote control system, for $146.99. That’s 36% off its MSRP of $229.99. At the moment it appears to be back to a higher price, but it may flash on sale again so it’s worth keeping an eye on.
Amazon Canada is offering some great deals on LEGO for Prime Day, which we have listed below. Unlike Amazon US, these deals end sooner, with just 18 hours to go. Two of them are also on sale in the US.
Snoke’s Throne Room 75216 CDN$ 36.59 | 59% off MSRP of CDN$ 89.99 | $48.99 USD, 30% off
Star Wars Darth Vader’s Castle 75251 CDN$ 66.99 | 55% off MSRP of CDN$ 149.99
Ideas Ship in a Bottle 21313 CDN$ 56.99 | 37% off MSRP of CDN$ 89.99 | $55.99 USD, 20% off
Hot on the heels of some great LEGO deals on Amazon.com ahead of Prime day, LEGO has rolled out their Christmas in July sale, where you can get set 40292 Buildable Holiday Present free with purchases over $99. From July 12th until July 14th LEGO will also be offering a daily deal, with today’s being 30% off on the Creator Pirate Rollercoaster. Multiple other sets are also being offered at 20% off, including the Ninjago Movie Destiny’s Bounty, and the Kessel Run Millennium Falcon.
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Amazon Prime Day is just around the corner, and we’ve already spotted some good deals. These are great deals if you don’t already have the LEGO sets in your collection.
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With a lot of brilliant LEGO sets released this year, there are a lot of items any LEGO fan would love to add to their collection. Now, a bunch of excellent LEGO sets is at a decent discounted price on Amazon. Whether you’re a LEGO Ideas fan or collecting Star Wars and Harry Potter sets, these offers totally worth checking out.
LEGO Ideas 21315 Pop-up Book | 859 Pcs | $42.99 USD (39% Discount)
Get ready to head to take to the stars with LEGO City, as the new summer 2019 wave of space-themed sets are available in the USA starting June 23. With rockets, extraterrestrial rovers, a space shuttle, and even a small space station, the line is embracing a new era of space exploration. While the sets have been available since June 1 in Europe, they received a slightly later launch of June 23 in the USA and Canada. Check them all out below.
LEGO’s latest Ideas set, 40335 Space Rocket Ride, is now available as a free gift with orders over $99 USD from the LEGO Shop Online. Of course, it won’t be too difficult to find things to fill your cart, as 75810 Stranger Things The Upside Down (US $199.99 | CAN $269.99 | UK £179.99) is now widely available, and 10266 NASA Apollo 11 Lunar Lander (US $99.99 | CAN 139.99 | UK £84.99) has just released, each of which will qualify for the promotion by themselves. The Lunar Lander also includes an embroidered mission patch commemorating the lander in LEGO form.
Of course, that’s not all that’s new today. The Lady Liberty BrickHeadz is available now, and there are also a series of new minifigure packs for the summer waves of LEGO themes, if you want to bulk up on some extra minifigures. Check out all the new sets below. Continue reading
Here’s a bit of LEGO swag sure to liven up your LEGO room. These giant 1×1 round plate “studs” are actually wall hangers, perfect for coats, bags, or just bringing a bit of LEGO flair to your walls. While many of the LEGO-branded home decor items we see are aimed at a younger audience, I think these are pretty classy. Perfect replicas of their miniature counterparts, the three studs range in size from about 2 inches in diameter for the smallest, to nearly 4 inches for the largest. The set of 3 studs is priced at $9.99 USD.
The best part is that they don’t just come in the classic colors, either. There’s a pastel-toned set and a monochromatic set, too. All three will be available April 30, and are currently available for pre-order on Amazon.
And while you’re checking out LEGO on Amazon, don’t miss the Iron Man Hall of Armor, which just released April 1. The Avengers: Endgame set is already out of stock at many retailers (my local LEGO store was completely sold out today), and meanwhile Amazon not only has the set, but has it for 20% off. That makes it just $47.99 to jumpstart (or complete) your collection of Tony Stark’s Iron Man suits, since this set has 5!
75125 Iron Man Hall of Armor
LEGO is firing off freebies and promotions fast and furious ahead of the last chance to get LEGO shipped in time for Christmas. The latest promotion is a LEGO Star Wars Box that includes five rare polybag minifigs that have previously only been available separately. You can pick up the box for free by purchasing $75 worth of LEGO Star Wars sets from the LEGO Shop. $75 also qualifies for free shipping, plus a reindeer ornament. And if you purchase 75251 Darth Vader’s Castle, you’ll also qualify for the Darth Vader Pod freebie.