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Black Friday may seem like a long way off, but early Black Friday 2023 savings are already rolling in. Swing by Amazon right now and you’ll find tons of Lego sets on sale–covering everything from Star Wars and Mario to Batman and more. And Amazon isn’t the only retailer with Lego deals; Target is selling a bunch of Lego sets for up to 20% off, and Best Buy is offering 40% off select kits for My Best Buy Plus/Total members.
One of the best Lego deals is for the Star Wars Dagobah Jedi Training Diorma, which is now just $58 (down from $90). This 1,000-piece set features the iconic training scene from The Empire Strikes Back, with minifigures for Yoda and Luke Skywalker. The BD-1 set is also on sale at Amazon, clocking in at just over 1,000 pieces and down to $80 from its usual $100.
As for premium sets, you’ll find the Lego Art World Map for $149 (down from $250), Lego City Express Passenger Train Set for $152 (down from $190), Lego Tree House for $144 (down from $250), and Lego Horizon Forbidden West Tallneck for $74 (down from $90). The Passenger Train set is a particular standout, as it includes six minifigures, four passengers, and can be operated with a remote control once you’ve snapped together its 764 pieces.
The Art World Map is also notable, as it’s the largest Lego set ever, clocking in at a ridiculous 11,695 pieces. So if you need something to keep you busy during a snowstorm, it deserves a closer look. Amazon is currently sold out of this deal, but Best Buy still has it for in-store pickup.
Retro gaming enthusiasts can snag the Lego Icons Atari 2600 set for nearly $40 off, which is one of the best prices of the year for the gorgeous set that recreates one of the most iconic video game consoles of all time.
Plenty of other great Lego sets are on sale at Amazon, and you’ll find our favorites below.