Cyber Monday Lego deals are still available – shop the best sets including Star Wars and Harry Potter & Marvel

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Even though Cyber Monday is over for 2023, there are still loads of savings to be had with Lego's remaining Cyber Monday deals. Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals may have come and gone, but the offers haven't gone anywhere- just yet.  

This means that there's still time to score a good deal on a great Lego set, whether you're buying as a gift or for yourself. Lego Icons and other sets for adults are often heavily discounted, as well as kids sets, advent calendars, and branded sets like Star Wars, Harry Potter and Marvel. 

Check out the best of the deals in full below. Remember, you only have until midnight on Monday to score a discount on these sets – so if you're after a cheap Cyber Monday Lego deal, this is your last chance to get one. 

Cyber Monday Lego deals - quick links (US)

Lego Harry Potter Dobby The House-Elf: $34.99now $28.00 at Amazon

Lego Harry Potter Dobby The House-Elf: was $34.99 now $28.00 at Amazon
Everyone’s favourite house-elf is back with a fantastic Cyber Monday price reduction, taking it to its lowest price yet saving you 20%. As well as a detailed, poseable figure of Dobby, the set comes with iconic props from the movies including Tom Riddle’s diary, Aunt Petunia’s floating cake, and Dobby’s sock.  

Lego Super Mario 64 Question Mark Block: $299.99now $199.99 at WalmartSave $100:

Lego Super Mario 64 Question Mark Block: was $299.99 now $199.99 at Walmart  
Save $100: The Mario 64 Question Mark Block is a celebration of the classic game’s release 25 years ago, taking you through its iconic levels Peach’s Castle, Bob-omb Battlefield, Cool, Cool Mountain, and Lethal Lava Trouble. The set’s starter courses, expansion sets, and power-up packs make this set an interactive model, allowing Mario fans to create their own levels. Although the set saw lower prices over Cyber Monday, it's still a fantastic offer on a popular building model. 

LEGO Minecraft The Swamp: $9.99now $7.46 at Amazon

LEGO Minecraft The Swamp: was $9.99 now $7.46 at Amazon
Who says LEGO has to be expensive? This awesome little Minecraft set is the perfect stocking filler for the avid gamer aged 8 and up. This particular set features two figures and enough blocks to create a small diorama -  reminiscent of a scene in the popular PC game.

Lego Super Mario Donkey Kong’s Tree House: $59.99now $47.99 at Amazon

Lego Super Mario Donkey Kong’s Tree House: was $59.99 now $47.99 at Amazon
What do you get the Nintendo-loving millennial who has everything? Obviously this Black Friday deal on a LEGO Super Mario Donkey Kong tree house. Although aimed at ages 8 and up, I have to say I'd quite like this one on my desk at work - especially because it's down to its lowest ever price right now at Amazon. 

LEGO Harry Potter Hogwarts Room of Requirement: $49.99$39.99 at Amazon

LEGO Harry Potter Hogwarts Room of Requirement: was $49.99 now $39.99 at Amazon
Another great mid-sized kit on sale in the Amazon Cyber Monday sale, this Hogwarts kit lets you recreate scenes from the secret Room of Requirement. Included are five characters, including Harry and Hermione, props, and enough bricks to recreate one of Hogwarts' towers.

Lego Star Wars Hoth Combo Pack: $69.98$45 at Walmart

Lego Star Wars Hoth Combo Pack: was $69.98 now $45 at Walmart
This Walmart exclusive 2 in 1 Lego Star Wars pack is a both a great gift idea for your Lego-loving kids, and Black Friday find. For $25 off, the set comes with 7 Star Wars minifigures and a Lego droid so you can recrate your favourite moments from the movies. 

Lego Icons Flower Bouquet: $59.99$47.99 at Amazon

Lego Icons Flower Bouquet: was $59.99 now $47.99 at Amazon
Transform your table center pieces with the Lego Flower Bouquet, a beautiful looking building set that looks great all year round. 

Lego Disney and Pixar ‘Up’ House: $59.99$47.99 at Best Buy

Lego Disney and Pixar ‘Up’ House: was $59.99 now $47.99 at Best Buy
At a record-low price, it would be a shame to miss out on this fantastic offer. Based on the popular Disney film, this Lego set is detailed with props and minifigures including everyone's favorite talking dog, Doug.  

LEGO Marvel Black Panther, King T’Challa Model Building Kit: was $349.99 $225.00 at Amazon

LEGO Marvel Black Panther, King T’Challa Model Building Kit: was $349.99 now $225.00 at Amazon
Our top pick from this year's Prime Day is back for Cyber Monday at a huge discount of 36% off. This collectible, buildable model features the head with mask, chest, and hands with jointed detachable fingers, and comes with both a sturdy base and a plaque

Lego Star Wars Millennium Falcon: $169.99  $135.99 at Target

Lego Star Wars Millennium Falcon: was $169.99 now $135.99 at Target
This Millennium Falcon set is very popular and highly detailed, and it's even better if you can get it at a Cyber Monday price. Though its lowest price was in the summer of last year at $128, its pre-Black Friday offer of $135.99 at Target is still a great find. The set’s additional Lego Star Wars minifigures are also a great touch for re-enacting your favorite scenes.  

Lego Star Wars Luke Skywalker's X-Wing:$40.49$37.49 at Target

Lego Star Wars Luke Skywalker's X-Wing: was $40.49 now $37.49 at Target
Another stone-cold classic Lego Star Wars model, this one captures the iconic fighter Jedi Luke Skywalker used to destroy the Death Star in a tense trench run. This is pretty much an essential model for any Star Wars Lego fan. 

Black Friday Lego deals- quick links (UK)

Lego Jurassic World Giganotosaurus & Therizinosaurus: £119.99now £110.00 at Amazon

Lego Jurassic World Giganotosaurus & Therizinosaurus: was £119.99 now £110.00 at Amazon
A great model for kids that reached a record-low price over Black Friday and Cyber Monday, Lego’s Jurassic World is detailed with multiple components. In addition to two poseable dinosaur figures, your kids can recreate scenes from the film franchise with 6 minifigures of familiar characters. 

Lego Star Wars 2023 Advent Calendar: £29.99£20.99 at Lego

Lego Star Wars 2023 Advent Calendar: was £29.99 now £20.99 at Lego
This year's Star Wars Lego advent calendar comes with some great minifigures, including a Palpatine and Ewok dressed up for the holidays, but our favorite is the Gonk droid disguised as a reindeer. You'll also get a handful of other minifigs and various mini builds of iconic locations and vehicles from the series.

Lego Star Wars AT-AT Walker set: £330.02 £191.99 at Amazon

Lego Star Wars AT-AT Walker set: was £330.02 now £191.99 at Amazon 
At an unmissable discount of 42%, Amazon’s exclusive offer on the Lego Star Wars AT-AT Walker is fantastic. This set is not only fun to play with, but it’s a great collectible for any Star Wars enthusiast. The 40th-anniversary set comes with a poseable AT-AT figure including 6 extra minifigures.

Lego Star Wars Boba Fett throne room: £89.99£77.99 at Amazon

Lego Star Wars Boba Fett throne room: was £89.99 now £77.99 at Amazon
Pricier than over in the US, this Boba Fett's throne room Lego model still has a nifty discount at Amazon UK. It's well worth a look if you want some Star Wars Lego that's not a spaceship. 

Lego Harry Potter Advent Calendar: £29.99£21.99 at Very

Lego Harry Potter Advent Calendar: was £29.99 now £21.99 at Very
Mix up your festive season this year with Lego's advent calendars, offering a mini Lego set to build or a character to assemble instead of a traditional chocolate every day in the run-up to Christmas. This is the cheapest price we've seen for these popular holiday treats so far, and Very is offering a range of advent calendars from different Lego themes such as City Adventures, Lego Marvel, Lego Star Wars, Lego Harry Potter and Lego Friends. 

Lego Star Wars The Razor Crest: £119.99now $106.71 at Amazon

Lego Star Wars The Razor Crest: was £119.99 now $106.71 at Amazon
Lego Star Wars has been one of the most sought-after Lego ranges this shopping season with The Razor Crest having a small reduction post-Cyber Monday. The set is highly detailed with features from The Mandalorian series, with opening boarding ramps and 4 additional minifigures. 

Matt Evans
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