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Black Friday Lego deals — best sales in 2021

Black Friday Lego deals
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Looking to treat yourself or a loved one to some Lego goodness this holiday season? Now would be a great time thanks to these Black Friday Lego deals. Deals like this don't come around often, and we recommend acting fast as Lego deals are known to sell out quickly.

Luckily, we've taken the stress out of searching by compiling the best Black Friday Lego sales for you — remember to bookmark this page and check back every now and then to see what new deals roll up in the coming days. Lego have announced their Lego Shop Black Friday deals as well, and you can read our page to find out everything you need to know.

The Black Friday deals just keep on coming, so keep an eye on our coverage to make sure you get the best prices on everything you need this year.

Top 5 Black Friday Lego deals right now

Black Friday Lego deals — best sales

Lego Star Wars Mandalorian Starfighter: was $59 now $47 @ Amazon

Lego Star Wars Mandalorian Starfighter: was $59 now $47 @ Amazon
There are lots of Lego Star Wars sets on sale on Amazon right now, including this impressive Mandalorian Starfighter. With 544 pieces and and 3 minifigures included, it's great for Star Wars fans young and old.

Lego Koenigsegg Jesko: was $19 now $15 @ Amazon

Lego Koenigsegg Jesko: was $19 now $15 @ Amazon
This mini Koenigsegg Jesko looks amazing, with 280 pieces and a racing driver minifigure included. It can even seat 2 minifigures inside.

Lego Friends Beach House: was $49 now $35 @ Amazon

Lego Friends Beach House: was $49 now $35 @ Amazon
It may be the middle of winter for us, but that doesn't mean your Lego Friends can't go on summer vacation. This Lego Friends beach house is two stories high, and comes with lots of colorful accessories to decorate it with. Two Lego Friends minifigures are also included: Mia and Andrea.

Lego Star Wars Y-Wing Starfighter: was $69 now $48 @ Amazon

Lego Star Wars Y-Wing Starfighter: was $69 now $48 @ Amazon
This Lego Star Wars Y-Wing Starfighter building kit comes with 578 pieces, sitting at an impressive size of 16" long when finished. The cockpit of the ship can be opened, allowing it to be manned by any of the crew of 5 minifigures. Plus, the ship can fire plastic projectiles from the sides.

Minecraft Ruined Portal: was $29 now $24 @ Amazon

Minecraft Ruined Portal: was $29 now $24 @ Amazon
This Minecraft Lego building kit has now hit its lowest ever price on Amazon. The portal in the middle opens, allowing the included Steve minifigure to hop between his home world and the Nether.

Lego City Family House: was $59 now $48 @ Amazon

Lego City Family House: was $59 now $48 @ Amazon
This cool Lego City family house is an impressive three stories tall, with a bathroom, bedroom and kitchen. The modern design of this house is what makes it so great — it comes decked out with solar panels, a parking space for the included EV, and a balcony. Also included are a family of 4 minifigures and a pet dog. Best Buy also has this set for $48, so check there if this sells out.

Lego Star Wars Imperial Shuttle: was $69 now $55 @ Amazon

Lego Star Wars Imperial Shuttle: was $69 now $55 @ Amazon
This amazing Lego Star Wars Imperial Shuttle building set has just hit its lowest ever price on Amazon. It stands over 13" high, and comes with three minifigures (including Darth Vader and Luke Skywalker, essential for any Lego Star Wars collection). The wings can be moved into different positions, and the minifigures can be placed inside the cockpit.

Mandalorian Battle Pack: was $14 now $10 @ Amazon

Mandalorian Battle Pack: was $14 now $10 @ Amazon
This is the way... to save money. Recreate one of the best scenes in The Mandalorian's first season with this Lego battle pack, featuring four Mando warriors, a speeder, and more firing studs than you'll know what to do with.

Lego Architecture: up to 20% off all kits @ Amazon

Lego Architecture: up to 20% off all kits @ Amazon
Anyone who says Lego is for kids has never built an Architecture set. Now you can purchase all the current sets with 20% off, whether it's San Francisco, Paris, Trafalgar Square, or all the rest. Maybe all of them, if you're feeling rich.

Lego Central Perk: was $59 now $47 @ Amazon

Lego Central Perk: was $59 now $47 @ Amazon
The original TV coffee house, from one of the biggest sitcoms of the '90s, is now on sale. With Friends nostalgia seemingly at its peak, this is definitely a set for fans old and new.

Lego City Space Deep Space Rocket and Launch Control: was $99 now $80 @ Amazon

Lego City Space Deep Space Rocket and Launch Control: was $99 now $80 @ Amazon
This 837-piece kit includes a 16-inch rocket as well as a  monorail system to transport astronauts from the tower. It comes with 6 minifigures (2 astronauts, 2 scientists, Launch Director, ground crew technician) as well as a robot figure, space telescope, and rover with articulated arm.

Lego Classic Large Creative Brick Box: was $59 now $37 @ Amazon

Lego Classic Large Creative Brick Box: was $59 now $37 @ Amazon
Let your child's imagination run wild with this 790-piece set which includes 33 different colored bricks, 8 different types of toy windows and toy doors, 2 green baseplates and 6 toy tires and toy wheel rims. And when they're done playing, they can store everything in the included box.

Lego Classic Medium Creative Brick Box: was $34 now $23 @ Amazon

Lego Classic Medium Creative Brick Box: was $34 now $23 @ Amazon
Similar to the set above, this brick box is a slightly cheaper option. It comes with 484 pieces, including wheels, windows, and eyes to make a variety of fun Lego models. The bricks can be stored in the box when not in use.

Lego Star Wars Boba Fett Helmet: was $59 now $47 @ Amazon

Lego Star Wars Boba Fett Helmet: was $59 now $47 @ Amazon
Pay homage to everyone's favorite Mandalorian, even if the new guy has an extremely adorable sidekick. And you can own his helmet, ready to proudly display and show off your Mandalorian chops to the world.

Lego Star Wars D-O: was $69 now $41 @ Best Buy

Lego Star Wars D-O: was $69 now $41 @ Best Buy
The Rise of Skywalker may have been rather polarizing, but we can all agree that new droids are always great. So enter D-O, the skittish droid that's just plain adorable. And he can be yours, provided you're willing to build it.

Lego Star Wars Yoda: was $99 now $79 @ Amazon

Lego Star Wars Yoda: was $99 now $79 @ Amazon
The world may be in love with his baby counterpart, but Yoda is still around and kicking in Lego form. It comes complete with Yoda himself, his lightsaber, and his minifigure board. It can be yours for 20% off the normal price.

Lego Creator Dinosaur set: was $14 now $11 @ Amazon

Lego Creator Dinosaur set: was $14 now $11 @ Amazon
This Lego Creator Mighty Dinosaur set transforms into three different dinosaurs — a t-rex, a triceratops and a pteradactyl (well, technically that’s two dinosaurs and a pteradon.) Each model can be moved and posed, and the set also comes with some leftover bones from whatever the dinosaur last snacked on.

Falcon & Black Widow team up set: was $14 now $11 @ Lego.com

Falcon & Black Widow team up set: was $14 now $11 @ Lego.com
Before The Falcon and The Winter Soldier, there was this dynamic duo: The Falcon and Black Widow. This set includes Falcon, Black Widow, two A.I.M. agents, and a huge 6-shooter that fires projectiles. All this can be yours for 20% off.

Should I wait till Black Friday to buy Lego?

Good deals on Lego don't show up all that often, so if you see one you like, we recommend snapping it up quickly. Many retailers offer great sales on Lego through the month of November for their Black Friday sales. While it is possible to find better savings closer to the big day, there's no harm shopping early, especially if you're buying gifts you'd like to arrive on time for Christmas.

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