The force will be with you, always, but there’s no guarantee these Lego Star Wars deals will be. We’ve highlighted the best Lego Star Wars deals out there and made sure there’s something for every Jedi Knight, Padawan and every budget.
There’s loads of great Lego Star Wars deals out there so it doesn’t matter if you’re looking for the brand-new AT-AT walker or a Lego Star Wars gift in time for Christmas, now is the perfect time to strike.
If you want to know more about the Lego kits in the deals below, check out our Best Lego Star Wars sets guide where we have reviews on many of the kits that are on sale, including the Lego Star Wars The Child set which is currently 20% off. Also consider the discounted TIE Fighter, so you can relive the classic Star Wars space battles if you tractor beam that compact set.
Whether you’re going to be snagging a cheap Lego Star Wars deal, or dropping the big bucks on a collectible item, there’s a Lego Star Wars deal for everyone. Keep your eyes on this page though, because we’ll update this guide when we see a good deal.
The best Cyber Monday Lego Star Wars deals
The Mandalorian Lego Star Wars deals
The Mandalorian is, dare we say it, the best thing happening in Star Wars right now, and it has produced some fantastic Lego kits too. Whether you’re looking for the Mando’s iconic spaceship, The Razor Crest, or his adorable little companion Grogu (better known as Baby Yoda, or The Child), we’ve got you covered.
And for those of you still loyal to the empire, there are also a host of bad guy Lego kits from the show including the new Imperial Light Cruiser, a seriously impressive kit which also comes with a Moff Gideon Minifigure.
The Razor Crest – 75292
The Child – 75318
Mandalorian and The Child BrickHeadz – 75317
AT-ST Raider – 75254
Imperial Armored Marauder – 75311
Imperial Light Cruiser – 75315
Boba Fett’s Starship – 75312
Original Trilogy Lego Star Wars Deals
Go back to where it all began with these stunning Lego Star Wars sets from the original trilogy. Grab the Lego X-wing and TIE fighter kits to recreate the iconic space battles, or splash out on the monstrous AT-AT and relive the Battle of Hoth.
Then there is the absolute jewel in the crown of the Lego Star Wars range — the Imperial Star Destroyer. This behemoth costs $800 when it’s selling at full price, so snagging even a small discount on this thing is going to save you a ton of cash. You’ll probably also need to buy a bigger house to fit this thing though, as it measures in at a whopping 43 inches long.
Imperial Star Destroyer – 75252
A-wing Starfighter – 75275
R2-D2 – 75308
AT-AT – 75288
Luke Skywalker’s X-wing – 75301
Imperial TIE Fighter – 75300
Millennium Falcon Lego Star Wars deals
While the Millennium Falcon obviously fits into several of our other categories, it’s such an iconic and popular ship that we’ve given the heap of junk its own category in our best Lego Star Wars deals guide.
Lego actually makes two large Millennium Falcon kits. One is a very reasonable $159.99, and it’s pretty impressive. The other is an eye-watering $799 and it’s absolutely enormous. We’ve listed them both separately below, so you know which one you’re buying.
Millennium Falcon – 75257
Millennium Falcon – 75192
The Clone Wars Lego Star Wars deals
Begun, the Lego Clone Wars deals have. Lego has a load of great kits from the Prequel movies and Clone Wars era, including the newly released Republic Gunship, which is an absolute beast of a set (and currently exclusive to the Lego store).
We’ve also rolled in some of the Lego sets from shows like Bad Batch, which technically take place after the Clone Wars here too. You can grab the awesome new Bad Batch Attack Shuttle to go alongside other classic ships like Anakin’s Jedi Interceptor.
Republic Gunship – 75309
The Bad Batch Attack Shuttle – 75314
General Grievous’s Starfighter – 75286
Armored Assault Tank (AAT) – 75283
501st Legion Clone Troopers – 75280
Anakin’s Jedi Interceptor – 75281
Lego Star Wars Helmet deals
Star Wars isn’t just about awesome spaceships and battle tanks. The iconic characters from the series are just as important, and you can celebrate many of them with the Star Wars helmets. Darth Vader, Boba Fett, even the humble Stormtrooper.
Obviously not everyone in the Star Wars universe is wearing a helmet, so you’re not going to find a blocky bust of Luke Skywalker here. Now that we think about it, it’s usually the baddies (aside from Finn, for example) who wear cool helmets, so you’ll have to embrace the dark side of the Force if you starting collecting these.