your kids’ your toy box with new LEGO sets for less, thanks to Amazon’s BOGO sale. Right now, buy one LEGO City set, and get a second one for 40% off when you add qualifying sets to your cart. Build your own police station or cargo plane, or get both with this deal.
There’s never been an IP more perfectly suited for LEGO than Minecraft, as evidenced by this awesome looking waterfall base set, now on sale for an all-time low $56. Just be sure to get yours before they’re all mined.
Remember that awesome speeder Rey used to haul her shit across Jakku in Star Wars: The Force Awakens? There’s a LEGO version of it, complete with a Rey minifig, and it’s only $12 right now. You’ll treasure it sitting on your desk like she treasured that beat up Rebellion flight helmet.
your kids’ your toy box with new LEGO sets for less, thanks to Amazon’s discount. Use the code BIGTHANKS at checkout and take almost $9 off some pretty awesome sets like LEGO Batman, Star Wars, and Architecture. If you’re not feeling any of those, any set above $50 will quality for the discount.
That badass two-legged AT-ST from Star Wars: Rogue One has been turned into a LEGO set, and you can get it for $31 today, or $9 off. The legs pose, the cockpit turns, and it even includes two spring-loaded shooters to fire “lasers” at your minifigs below.
Alright, this is one of the coolest LEGO sets ever. Kylo Ren’s command shuttle features articulating wings, spring-loaded weaponry, and six minifigures (including Kylo, of course). Best of all, according to the Amazon bullet points, it’s also “100% toy.”
Update: Back up to $105.
Just in time for the confluence of the Rogue One hype train and the holiday gift-giving season, several Star Wars LEGO sets are 20% off their usual prices on Amazon today.
Following yesterday’s Buckingham Palace sale, LEGO’s 1,032 piece U.S. Capitol Building model is now $28 off as well, the lowest price Amazon’s ever listed. Frankly, I’m surprised: I can’t imagine why they’d be having trouble selling monuments to our democracy right now.
Brexit must really be taking its toll, because this LEGO Buckingham Palace model is $14 less than usual today on Amazon. Just be sure to keep a stiff upper lip if you step on one of the pieces barefoot.
LEGO has come to be dominated by licensed sets with strict instructions and little room for creativity (if that’s your thing, cool), but you can still buy a big ol’ box of LEGO bricks for $50 on Amazon today, within $2 of all-time low. It doesn’t include Han Solo or a Minecraft creeper, but you will get 790 pieces to…
You’d have to really like Star Wars and LEGOs to spend over $200 on a single set, but the nearly 2000-piece LEGO Ewok Village is absolutely massive, and Amazon’s marked it down to $219 today, an all-time low. That includes most of your favorite characters from the original trilogy, and some Ewoks too.
Minecraft and LEGO go together like peanut butter and jam, Donald and Ivanka, and you can score the free-form Minecraft Crafting Box today for $34, within 10 cents of an all-time low. Even if you don’t want this for yourself, there are surely some kids on your holiday shopping list who would love to get this.
This $10 hardcover seems like a pretty fun way to learn some basic architecture history, and even if you never open it it’ll look great on your coffee table. Great gift idea too.
Update: Back up to $41
Update: It looks like Amazon pulled the listing last night. Hopefully it will still honor any pre-orders it accepted last night.
The free-form LEGO Minecraft Crafting box is back down to $40 today, matching its all time low. That gets you 521 assorted pieces, including Steve, a skeleton, a bow, and a pickaxe. It’s not nearly as cool as augmented reality Minecraft, but you can actually buy it right now. [LEGO Minecraft Crafting Box, $40]