This is the way... to get Lego Mandalorian sets for 20% off during Black Friday

LEGO Star Wars
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Are you a fan of The Mandalorian, gripping the sofa till season three of this Star Wars spin-off arrives on Disney Plus? Then tide yourself over with 20% off these two LEGO Star Wars The Mandalorian sets, now 20% off at Best Buy. 

Get the LEGO Star Wars The Mandalorians N-1 Starfighter 75325 set for just $47.99 or the LEGO Star Wars The Mandalorian Helmet 75328 set for $55.99

These two sets have a lot in common, beyond just the theme. Both are a real bounty-hunting bargain, whether you're buying them for yourself or as a present for a LEGO-loving Star Wars enthusiast. 

Both are under 600 pieces so you should easily be able to build them in an afternoon, though while the N-1 Starfighter is suitable for ages 9+, the helmet is rated 18+, so the latter may not be suitable for little fingers. 

And both will look superb sitting on a shelf or, in the case of the former, flying around the living room and crash-landing on the sofa. 

LEGO Star Wars The Mandalorian's N-1 Starfighter: $59.99now$47.99 at Best Buy 

LEGO Star Wars The Mandalorian's N-1 Starfighter: was $59.99 now $47.99 at Best Buy 

Immortalised in LEGO, this blocky version of The Mandalorian's vessel is a steal at 20% off. What happened to the LEGO Razor Crest? Don't ask. 

LEGO Star Wars The Mandalorian Helmet: $69.99now$55.99 at Best Buy 

LEGO Star Wars The Mandalorian Helmet: was $69.99 now $55.99 at Best Buy 

The Mandlorian almost never takes his helmet off and while this LEGO facsimile won't fit over your own head, it will look amazing sitting on your shelf. And at 20% off, it's what Grogu would want.

Mandalorian? Manda-LEGO-man, more like! Sorry. But if you're hooked on Disney Plus's The Mandalorian Star Wars series, you should absolutely hunt down these LEGO models of the Mandalorian's starship and helmet, both 20% off at Best Buy. 

The LEGO Star Wars The Mandalorians N-1 Starfighter is Mando's new Starfighter which, aside from looking absolutely fantastic, should be faintly familiar to anyone who's watched the prequel trilogy. And it's down to just $47.99 this Black Friday.

What happened to his original ship, The Razor Crest? It's in the shop. Yes, that's absolutely it, it's just in the shop for repairs, honest. But at 412 pieces compared to the Razor Crest's 1023, this is a much quicker build than that bulky vessel. Even better, it comes with figures of the Mandalorian himself, mechanic Peli Motto and just the teeny, tiniest Baby Yoda.

Or, if you're looking for something that's significantly less pointy, you can pick up this LEGO Star Wars The Mandalorian Helmet for $55.99. Thanks to the Mandalorian series, this beskar-clad bounty hunter's helmet has become instantly recognizable. 

It's arguably more iconic than Boba Fett's own helmet though don't tell Temuera Morrison that. And now, you can have this fantastic-looking 584-piece set sitting on your shelf, either solo or alongside Darth Vader and LEGO's other helmet models.

Or why not snap up both for just over $100? Between the pair of them, they should keep you entertained till Season 3 of The Mandalorian arrives.

Be sure to check out's Black Friday deals, or our guide to the best LEGO Star Wars sets.



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Chris McMullen
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