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These 3 Lego 'Star Wars' sets are discounted on Amazon UK

The Lego 'Star Wars:' The Rise of Skywalker Millennium Falcon set.
The Lego 'Star Wars:' The Rise of Skywalker Millennium Falcon set. (Image credit: Lego)

Prices seem to be on the rise everywhere you turn these days. Fortunately, however, that isn't the case for some great Lego "Star Wars" sets.

These Lego "Star Wars" sets range from an Imperial Probe Droid (save £10) (opens in new tab) to an awesome 1351-Millenium Falcon (now £20.00 off) (opens in new tab). All three of the sets on sale feature in our best Lego "Star Wars" sets (opens in new tab) guide, so we're confident of their quality. 

All of these sets are larger builds so will require more time to complete. All will act as a great centerpiece model, but The Bad Batch Attack Shuttle (opens in new tab) offers great playability options, too. If you are after more great "Star Wars" content and other great space-themed deals, be sure to check out our "Star Wars" gifts and deals (opens in new tab), Lego space deals (opens in new tab) and our best Lego deals (opens in new tab) guides. 

Lego Millennium Falcon £149.99 now £129.99 on Amazon (opens in new tab)

Save £20 on this 1531-piece Lego Millennium Falcon. Measuring over 5 inches high, 17 inches long and 12 inches wide, combined with minifigures and rotating gun turrets, an opening and closing cockpit and spring-loaded shooters, it gives you plenty of value for money and display and play options.

Lego The Bad Batch Attack Shuttle £89.99 now £69.99 on Amazon (opens in new tab)

Save 22% on this 969-piece The Bad Batch Attack Shuttle. Minifigures of The Bad Batch clones and a Gonk Droid, partnered with movable wings, weapons storage and a speeder means there are plenty of playing options with this set. There are also plenty of Lego pieces for your money too. 

Lego Imperial Probe Droid £59.99 now $49.99 on Amazon (opens in new tab).

Save £10 on this 683-piece Lego Imperial Probe Droid. Standing up at 10.5 inches in height and coming with its own display stand, this model is great to have as a centerpiece and show off to your friends and family.

In terms of Lego sets, the Lego Millennium Falcon (opens in new tab) is our pick of this bunch. 1,351 pieces is impressive and means you will have hours of fun building the set. It makes a fantastic centerpiece model. But with moving compartments like rotating gun turrets, spring-loaded shooters and an opening and closing cockput, this is also a fantastic model to play with. It comes with seven minifigures, including C3PO, R2-D2 and Chewbacca. You can also read our review of the model (opens in new tab)

In terms of savings, The Bad Batch Attack Shuttle (opens in new tab) is the stand-out. While the money you save is the same amount as the Millennium Falcon, the discount is 22%, which we think is pretty good. It comes with 969 pieces and minifigures of The Bad Batch clones as well as a Gonk Droid. Spring-loaded shooters, movable wings, weapons storage and a speeder add to the endless playing options of this set. 

Last and by no means least is the Lego Imperial Probe Droid (opens in new tab), the third of the Lego "Star Wars" sets from our guide of best Lego "Star Wars" sets on sale. This is, and probably always will be, a great choice of set. It comes with 683 pieces and a display stand, so its impressive height of 27 centimeters (10.5 inches) means it'll look cool in any room its put in. 

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STAFF WRITER, E-commerce — Alex joined Space.com in June 2021 as staff writer covering space news, games, tech, toys and deals. Based in London, U.K. Graduating in June 2020, Alex studied Sports Journalism in the North East of England at Sunderland University. During his studies and since his graduation, Alex has been featured in local newspapers and online publications covering a range of sports from university rugby to Premier League soccer. In addition to a background in sports and journalism, Alex has a life-long love of Star Wars which started with watching the prequel trilogy and collecting toy lightsabers, he also grew up spending most Saturday evenings watching Doctor Who. 


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