If you’ve ever wanted or been tempted by the Lego Star Wars Ultimate Collector Series Millennium Falcon, now is the time to get it as it’s currently $80 off on Amazon.
That’s right, you can now make the jump to hyperspace with an $80 discount (opens in new tab) and bag yourself one of, if not the ultimate Lego set for any Star Wars fan or collector. The sheer number of pieces alone make it one of the best Lego Star Wars sets on the market and you can take a more in-depth look at it in our Lego Star Wars UCS Millennium Falcon review.
Whether you’re looking for the best Lego space sets or Lego deals, this fits the bill for both. There’s no hiding that it’s one of the priciest Lego sets going, but you do get a lot for your buck. The number of pieces, the size of it, the precise details and varied build are all reasons to love this set.
This might have been a Lego set you dared to dream of owning, without looking at the price tag, but this is the perfect opportunity to make it yours now that it’s $80 off (opens in new tab). But what exactly do you get for your money?
7541 pieces mean there’s plenty of building required, but given the level of detail, it’s not a drag, it’s fun! There’s minifigures of Han Solo, Leia, Chewbacca and C-3PO as well as an older Han Solo, Rey and Finn. Some details include an engine room, two escape pod hatches, removable hull panels, a boarding ramp, concealed blaster canons, a cockpit and detatchable canopy and so much more. It’s honestly worth checking out our review for the sheer amount of what’s included with this set.
It also comes with a display plaque, so it works brilliantly as a display model and will no doubt steal the show in whatever room it’s in. It’s size may limit any playability options but minifigures and detachable parts mean you still get something. In truth, this is such a spectacular model that it’s worth getting for visual of the final product alone. Now that it’s $80 off, you’ll do well to find a lower price.
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