10 Prime Day LEGO Deals Fans Have To Snap Up

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You’ve been holding out for half the year, you’ve wanted that one LEGO set for so long now, and it’s finally time, Prime Day is here, and with it, a plethora of Prime Day LEGO deals.

We’ve scoured the site and found 10 of our favorite picks that’ll be future collectibles, and that you’ll be able to snap up at a bargain during the Prime Day event. With that being said, let’s get into our best LEGO deals round-up, starting with:

1. LEGO Star Wars Luke Skywalker’s X-Wing Fighter

We’re starting with an absolute banger; this X-Wing fighter from the Star Wars franchise has absolutely everything you want and more! The fighter has a cockpit that you can open, a slot for you to put R2-D2 in, and it even switches its wings from their normal position to attack mode at the press of a button. And that’s not all; the set includes figurines, including Luke Skywalker himself (of course), General Dodonna, and Princess Leia. At $40, this is an absolute steal of a LEGO deal and one of the best we’ve seen.

2. LEGO City Oceans Exploration Ship

If you have an interest in ocean exploration, this ship will tick all the right boxes for you! That is, of course, as long as you’re willing to keep the exploration limited to your bath or your kiddie pool (and if you’re feeling brave – your actual pool). 60cm in length, this set from LEGO City Ocean Exploration set features a Shark cage, an actual working crane, a research submarine, a helicopter, and so much more! You even get its pirate shipwreck which has a hidden treasure for you to find. This set should be down by 20-30 percent for Prime members – so always login when checking prices!

3. LEGO VIDIYO Boombox Stage

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This franchise is fairly new to the world of LEGO and is certainly a unique offering, unlike most of what we’ve seen from the brand. In this particular set, you get an 80s-style boombox to build, and you get a blind box in which there is a character along with ‘BeatBit’ tiles. These tiles are part of the gimmick; viewing them from LEGO’s app creates special Augmented Reality (AR) effects. Once fully built, the set becomes more of a stage from a concert than a typical boombox, with characters playing instruments against the backdrop of digital effects. If you’re looking to dabble in something new and unique, few LEGO deals will match this one at about $65.

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4. LEGO Boost Creative Toolbox Robotics Kit

This isn’t your typical LEGO building set; the Robotics in the set’s title is no joke; you build programmed interactive robots or models. These robots can travel a certain distance and have color and tilt sensors built into them! If that seems high-tech, there’s also a talking robot in the set called Vernie, which responds to your voice, makes gestures, and even shoots darts from a launcher mounted on its shoulder. It should tumble throughout Prime Day, so keep checking back.

5. LEGO Ideas Friends Central Perk

If you’re a Friends fan, this is an absolute must-have. This Central Perk set includes all your favorite characters from one of the all-time best sitcoms. Filled to the brim with tons of details and references to the show, this is one of the best memorabilia we could find on the show, period. For $48, this set doesn’t break the bank and lets you have all the fun and nostalgia you could want!

6. LEGO Technic Dom’s Dodge Charger Racing Car

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It seems that the Fast and the Furious franchise has gone off the rails in recent years, but nothing could ever take away from the glitz and speed of Dom’s ’70 Charger R/T. If you like cars (or just LEGOs), few options match the detail put into this street drag machine. Coming in at around $90, this is one of the best showcase models and in a deep sale, one of the best LEGO deals around.

7. Star Wars The Mandalorian The Child figure

You know you love Baby Yoda, we do too! There’s just no way you can dislike the Child from The Mandalorian series, and we think you should lean into that by getting this 38cm tall Lego figurine. For your $70, the figure comes with the gear shift knob that characterized Baby Yoda’s favorite plaything, something only the true fans of the series will love and appreciate.

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8. LEGO VIDIYO Punk Pirate Ship

LEGO’s latest innovation in the form of VIDIYO has opened new possibilities for kids and their parents to team up and make the coolest scenes ever, complete with special effects from LEGO’s app in the form of Augmented Reality! This LEGO Punk Pirate Ship, similar to the Boombox from earlier, has lots of colors and funky parts in the set that can be used to let your creative imagination run wild! This set comes in at a much more reasonable $40.

9. Lego Millennium Falcon

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We don’t need to tell you why this is the best, a very desirable set, but we’ll do it anyway! Featuring 7 of your favorite characters from the Star Wars series; Finn, Lando Calrissian, Chewbacca, C-3PO, Boolio, D-O, and BB-8, along with details that will impress even the most enthusiastic collectors. We’re talking rotating bottom and top gun turrets, spring-loaded shooters, a lowering ramp, and an opening cockpit! Although it’s pricier at $130, it is still a fantastic LEGO deal and no Star Wars set is truly complete without a LEGO Millennium Falcon.

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10. LEGO Star Wars General Grievous

Few characters in the Star Wars series convey the effect that General Grievous does, and this 30cm tall LEGO figurine will certainly not let you down in that regard. Featuring fine details matching those from the official series and a fun building experience, there’s no argument to make against the value that it provides when on sale. Whether he will be a part of your entire character roster or posing solo-dolo style, this is another great set you must grab as a LEGO fan!

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