Celebrate Star Wars Day 2024 With New Lego Sets Featuring Iconic Characters

Thứ ba - 07/05/2024 14:11
Lego has released a bunch of new Star Wars building kits for Star Wars Day 2024, including the latest addition to the Ultimate Collector Series.
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Star Wars Day is upon us, and you know what that means: new Lego sets! Just like in previous years, the Lego Store is celebrating the best day of the year with a selection of new sets from a galaxy far, far away. Like other promotional events, you can get free bonus Lego sets with your order until the sale ends on May 5, Revenge of the Fifth Day, but there’s a chance some of these sets could be sold out before then. Here’s what you can get for free, depending on how much you spend:

  • Spend $40 to get ATT Lego set
  • Spend $90 to get Battle of Yavin Medallion
  • Spend $160 to get Trade Federation Troop Carrier Lego set

The jewel of this new collection is easily a brand-new TIE Interceptor. At around 2,000 pieces, this $230 Ultimate Collector Series Lego set let’s you build the iconic and dangerous TIE Interceptor of the Galactic Empire. Once you’re done flying it around your living room, you can proudly pose it on your mantle as it comes with a buildable display stand and a plaque providing key details on this imposing starfighter.

  • Shop all Star Wars Day Deals

New Star Wars Lego Sets for Star Wars Day

  • TIE Interceptor Ultimate Collector Series — $230
  • Darth Maul’s Sith Infiltrator — $70
  • Mos Espa Podrace Diorama — $80
  • Droideka — $65
  • The Phantom Menace BrickHeadz collection — $55
  • BARC Speeder Escape — $30
  • Clone Commander Cody BrickHeadz — $10

Though several of these new sets are Lego Store exclusives at the moment, Amazon does have a few of the new builds–you just won’t get the Lego Store freebies. That said, if you only want the BARC Speeder Escape set, you wouldn’t get a freebie on the Lego Store, and you’d have to pay shipping, whereas Prime members get free shipping.

New Lego Star Wars sets at Amazon

  • BARC Speeder Escape — $30
  • Mos Espa Podrace Diorama — $80
  • Droideka — $65

Another great set this year is Darth Maul’s Sith Interceptor from Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace. It comes with Darth Maul, Qui-Gonn Jinn, and a young Anakin Skywalker, and as an extra bonus, a Saw Gerrera minifigure. Sticking with Episode 1, there are a few other sets to pick up this year. You can relive the film’s impressive podrace with a neat diorama, build your own three-legged Droideka–with moving parts!–and assemble a cute set of Phantom Menace characters via the Brickheadz line.

Finally, there are also some cool Clone Wars sets on the way. Clone Commander Cody looks adorable as a blocky BrickHeadz figure and you can recreate a pivotal scene from The Mandalorian with this Jedi Temple flashback set. The BARC Speeder Escape allows you to build the scene where Jedi master Kelleran Beq–played by Jar Jar Binks actor Ahmed Best–helped Grogu (AKA Baby Yoda) escape from the 501st Legion during the purge of the Jedi temple during the Order 66 event. Grogu can be stowed inside of his hovering pram in the sidecar, and the vehicle can also launch studs from its cannons.

Interested in more Star Wars merch? Take a look at Fandom’s roundup of the collectible and buildable Star Wars helmets you can pick up for discounted prices. Longtime Star Wars fans should also check out The Making of Star Wars, a three-volume series chronicling the development of the original trilogy.

For more Star Wars Lego set deals, check out this big Star Wars Day roundup at Fandom sister site GameSpot.

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