The Star Wars movies make up one of the most successful and beloved franchises in cinematic history. LEGO has churned out some of the most iconic toys and collectibles ever. Not surprisingly, the collaborations between the two companies have produced some of the most sought after keepsakes of all-time.
Fortunately many of these amazing sets are on sale for Cyber Monday, and the deals are quite enticing. We've gone through and pulled some of the best offerings, and if you're into LEGO or are shopping for someone who is, you should strongly consider some of these options below. I doubt they'll get any cheaper anytime soon, and if you order for Cyber Monday, the shipments will still have almost a month to arrive before Christmas. You can check out our special Cyber Monday LEGO Star Wars gift guide below...
LEGO Star Wars Advent Calendar:
$39.99 $31.99 at Walmart
What better way for the Star Wars fan in your life to count down the days until Christmas with some of their favorite characters and symbols from the franchise? This LEGO Star Wars Advent Calendar - selling at $8 less - is a unique and fun way for them to do just that.
LEGO Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker Millennium Falcon:
$159.99 $128 at Walmart
No Star Wars fan's collection is really ever complete without a LEGO model of the Millennium Falcon. At nearly a $32 value, you can give them the chance to literally build that dream into reality with this Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker edition of the iconic spaceship.
LEGO Star Wars Boba Fett’s Starship:
$49.99 $39.99 on Amazon
If the Star Wars fan in your life was always a bigger fan of Boba Fett than Han Solo, that is not a problem. This LEGO set that resembles the intergalactic bounty hunter's starship when built should certainly make them and you happy with $10 in savings.
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