Finding the best Lego deals from across the web is a tricky one, though not impossible. The popularity of the interlocking plastic bricks means that new products will sell out extremely fast, or even instantly in some cases. Still, that also means the Danish toy company likes to run a sale or two from time to time, meaning cheap, cheap deals for the rest of us.
Whether it be the latest Star Wars or Super Mario set, we like to round up all the best Lego sets in one convenient place to save you the hassle of scouring the web endlessly. We also regularly update this guide with all of the latest discounts, offers, and sales when they appear across the US and UK.
Looking forward, Lego has a major year prepared with new lines for Avatar, Marvel, Minecraft, or its general Brickhead range. Head below to find the best Lego deals on the market today.
Best Lego deals - US
Super Mushroom Surprise Expansion |
$4.99 $3.99 at Best Buy (opens in new tab)
Save $1 - Cheap and cheerful, the Super Mushroom Surprise Expansion is 20% off. This gives you a surprise bit of Lego Super Mario to grow your set. The Lego Super Mario Starter set is required.
Lego Super Mario Boss Sumo Bro Topple Tower Expansion Set |
$29.99 $19.88 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Save $10 - Now with a 33% price cut and less than $5 away from its lowest-ever price, this Sumo Bro expansion for the Supr Mario set is ripe for the taking.
Lego Marvel Black Panther Wakanda Forever - Shuri's Sunbird |
$49.99 $39.99 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Save $10 - Shuri's ship from the latest Black Panther film is now down to its cheapest ever price, now 20% off its typical RRP. It also includes Shuri, Iron heart MK1, Nakia, and Attuma mini-figures, plus a spear, fighting rings, and a jetpack.
Lego Super Mario starter course with Peach |
$59.99 $44.85 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Save $16 - Princess Peach gets her own starter course featuring a Start Pipe, Goal Pole, Swing Set, a Lava Bubble-launching challenge, a Flying ? Block, Lemmy, and Yellow Toad figures. It's great value for money at 30% off.
Lego Queer Eye - The Fab 5 Loft |
$99.99 $59.99 at Lego (opens in new tab)
Save $40 - This new-ish set very rarely goes on offer, at least in our experience. With that in mind, seeing it tumble by such a drastic amount is a big deal. Y'know, both literally and figuratively. That's actually its cheapest-ever price by our reckoning, and it hasn't dipped below $79.99 before now.
Lego Mario Starter Course | $59.99 at Lego (Double VIP Points) (opens in new tab)
Back in stock at Lego, the Mario Starter Course is the perfect introduction to the Mushroom Kingdom with the plumber and Bowser Jr. both included. The 231-piece is perfect for kids and big kids alike.
Super Mario 64 Question Mark Block | $199.99 at Lego (Double VIP Points) (opens in new tab)
Anyone that has been searching high and low for the amazingly cool recreation of Super Mario 64 in Lego form can look no further than the official site. Known for selling out, you can take this piece home today along with double VIP points.
Lego deals - UK
Lego Marvel Ghost Rider Mech & Bike | $29.35 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
We adore this Lego Ghost Rider set featuring Johnny Blaze as the Spirt of Vengeance. It's dropped to one of its lowest-ever prices (less than one dollar away) and looks dynamite, if we may say so.
Lego I Am Groot |
£44.99 £37.99 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Save £7 - The most adorable dancing houseplant in the entire galaxy is only £10 away from being its cheapest ever price. It's also great because "I am Groot" while also being a bargain due to "I am Groot". Oh and don't forget "I am Groot". You speak Groot, right?
Lego Technic Formula E Porsche 99X Electric |
£44.99 £34.99 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Save £10 - Got a need for speed? Not to worry, there's a very respectable reduction on this Technic car. You're getting a solid 22% off this recreation of the Porsche 99X, and that's one penny off the cheapest it's ever been.
Lego Star Wars The Mandalorian Helmet |
£59.99 £47.99 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Save £12 - One of the most recent additions to Lego's helmets range has been slashed by 20%. A perfect addition to your living room in time for The Mandalorian season 3.
Lego Optimus Prime |
£159.99 £123.99 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Save £40 - This is achingly close to being the lowest-ever price by a good chunk, making this offer in today's Lego deals an absolute steal. The kit is definitely worth the investment for Transformers fans, too; it's one of our favorites.
Lego Super Mario The Might Bowser |
£229.99 £172.50 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Save £46 - King Koopa gets his own dynamic Lego Set. It's huge and would take pride in anyone's setup, now receiving a 25% discount. We have seen it go as low as £125. though.
Lego deals - tips and tricks
Does Lego ever go on sale?
Lego is usually on sale somewhere. In fact, Lego deals are common no matter the time of year; you'll find a handful of good discounts each week if you know where to look.
Unsure of how to start your bargain hunt? We'd always recommend heading over to Amazon (opens in new tab). While that might seem like a cop-out thanks to it being one of the most popular online stores, the retail giant consistently puts out respectable Lego sales.
The trick is judging whether the offer is worth your time or not. For that, we keep an eye on price-matching sites to determine a product's average cost and whether it's been cheaper in the past (and how often it's dropped in price). That way we can identify and bring you the very best discounts and Lego sales.
Want to try it out yourself? We use sites like CamelCamelCamel (opens in new tab), and the process is easy. Simply paste a Lego deal's URL into the search bar to find out the product's biggest discount, average cost, and highest price over a set period of time.
Where will I find good Lego deals?
If you're searching for the very best Lego deals, it's hard to beat Amazon. This online goliath has the greatest range and usually offers discounts on a daily basis - it's the most reliable option.
However, that doesn't mean you should discount the likes of Best Buy or Walmart. They also provide great price cuts that match Amazon's, and that'll come in handy if you're part of a rewards program like Walmart Plus.
Here are our top picks for Lego sales based on region.
- Amazon: Traditionally best for range and depth (opens in new tab)
- Walmart: Reliable for good deals on Classic sets (opens in new tab)
- Best Buy: Provides regular sales on the most popular lines (opens in new tab)
- Lego: Home to exclusive sets you won't find anywhere else (opens in new tab)
- Amazon: The most reliable for deals variety (opens in new tab)
- Lego: Offers exclusive sets you won't find anywhere else (opens in new tab)
- John Lewis: Provides eclectic but surprisingly good deals (opens in new tab)
- Very: Modest discounts available on the most popular sets (opens in new tab)
- Argos: A good resource for the biggest Lego lines (opens in new tab)
Should you wait until the Black Friday Lego sales?
Although there are some excellent Black Friday sales on Lego, they don't hold a monopoly on good discounts. We see impressive reductions all year 'round, so it's always worth keeping an eye out just in case.
The one exception would be premium collector sets. While they do drop in cost from time to time, they've surprised us in the past with vast price cuts online or at supermarkets during the November Lego sales. The Millennium Falcon is a prime example; in the UK, Aldi clipped a hefty 60% off the kit's price.
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