I could lie. I could say I want to buy these Lego deals for my nieces and nephews, but I don't want to start peddling falsehoods to TechRadar readers. I read a lot of Harry Potter and watched a lot of Star Wars growing up, and I'm prepared to accio those deals into my lap (that's a summoning spell, for you muggles) today and tomorrow. Just for me.
October’s Amazon Prime Day, or Big Deal Days as it’s calling the sales event, is chock-full of toy sales, but these Lego deals take the cake. Below, you'll find my pick of the bunch.
I've also bulked out the lists with some other Lego deals that aren't focused on films, in case you fancy browsing the Prime Day deals for gifts (for someone other than yourself). We've also got more than 45 of our favorite Amazon Prime Day deals to browse in the US, and even more deals in the UK.
US Lego Amazon Prime Day deals
Lego Star Wars AT-AT walker:
was $169.99 now $118.99 deal at Amazon
Save $51 on this 1,627-piece set depicting the giant AT-AT walkers, re-released for Empire Strikes Back's 40th anniversary. Minifigs include Snowtroopers and Luke, complete with a cable that attaches to the Walkers' underbelly.
Lego Star Wars Boba Fett Starship:
Was $49.99 now $38.99 at Amazon
Save 22% on Boba Fett's iconic right-angle starship, with rotating wings and a bonus Mandalorian minifig with Beskar spear. This is the way.
LEGO icons pickup truck 10290:
was $129.99 now $90.99 at Amazon
Save a chunky $40 on this classic 1950s vintage pickup truck set for adults, with lots of charming details like accessories and opening doors. A top-quality modeling activity and satisfying purchase. No movie licensing, just good old fashioned fun for grownups.
Amazon Prime Big Deal Days sale: quick links (US)
- Amazon Devices: 50% off Echo, 4K TVs, & tablets
- Apple: AirPods, iPads & MacBooks from $99.99
- Appliances: deals on refrigerators, ovens & laundry
- Beauty: electric toothbrushes, makeup & skincare
- Clothing: 60% off activewear, luggage & shoes
- Furniture: 53% off mattresses, desks, chairs & more
- Headphones: up to 30% off Sony & Apple
- Kitchen: Ninja, Keurig & Instant Pot from $49.99
- Laptops: devices from $78.99
- Mattresses: deals starting at $99.99
- Toys: up to 50% off best-selling toys for all ages
- TVs: smart TVs from $79.99
- Vacuums: up to 55% off Shark and Dyson
UK Lego Amazon Prime Day deals
Lego Harry Potter Shrieking Shack and Whomping Willow playset:
was £79.99 now £59.49 at Amazon
A pair of classic interlinked locations from the Harry Potter books and movies, the playset comes with six minifigures including Harry, Ron, Hermione, Lupin, Sirius and a scary werewolf. Save £20.
Lego Luke Skywalker's X-Wing:
was £44.99 now £29.99 at Amazon
I need it. Luke Skywalker's X-Wing: other than the legendary Lego Millennium Falcon, this is THE set for discerning Star Wars fans, and for under £30, it's a steal. Comes with Luke, R2, Leia, and, er, General Dodonna. Red Five, standing by!
Lego Ninjago Lloyd's golden dragon:
was £129.99 now £85.99 at Amazon
Look, I don't really know much about Ninjago. But I do know one thing: kids are mad for it. This four-headed golden dragon set with exclusive minifigs has its price slashed by £44, making it a pretty good deal on Ninjago's biggest dragon playset yet.
Amazon Prime Big Deal Days sale: quick links (UK)
- Amazon Devices: Echo, Fire TV Stick - 60% off
- Appliances: up to 34% off fridges, freezers, washers
- Cameras: up to 37% off Canon, Sony & GoPro
- Gaming: PS5 and Xbox games from £6.50
- Gifts: 15% off gift cards
- Headphones: Bose, Samsung & Sony from £38.99
- Health: up to 58% off Oral-B + Philips
- Kindle: up to 20% off
- Kitchen: air fryers from £40
- Laptops: laptops and Chromebooks from £149
- Phones: Samsung, Google, Sony - up to 38% off
- Smartwatch: £90 off Galaxy Watch 5
- Tablets: Samsung tablets from £119
- Toys: Lego from £12
- TVs: from £149
- Vacuums: up to £170 off Shark
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