Black Friday deal: Save 20% on the Lego Star Wars Advent Calendar at Walmart

Get the Lego Star Wars Advent Calendar for 20% off this Black Friday.
Get the Lego Star Wars Advent Calendar for 20% off this Black Friday. (Image credit: Walmart)

Kids who are fans of "The Mandalorian" and the "Star Wars" universe can enjoy counting down the days to Christmas with their favorite characters. 

The Mandalorian is a popular live-action "Star Wars" spin-off series on the streaming service Disney Plus. The show aired its second season at the end of 2020 and its upcoming third season will premiere next year, according to The Mandalorian garnered 24 Emmy nominations in 2021, including Best Drama Series.

This Lego advent calendar is a 335-piece building toy. It features the Mandalorian and the fan-favorite character The Child (aka Baby Yoda) as figurines in festive holiday attire, plus five additional Lego minifigures. Each of the 24 doors in this advent calendar reveals a new daily surprise figure or accessory. 

The toy is recommended for kids ages 6 and up. 

Walmart is currently selling the set for $31.99, which is 20% off its retail price. 

Lego Star Wars Advent Calendar:
$39.99$31.99 at Walmart 

Lego Star Wars Advent Calendar:
$39.99 $31.99 at Walmart 

This advent calendar toy is inspired by Season 2 of the Disney Plus series "Star Wars: The Mandalorian." It offers a surprise figurine or accessory for kids to open on each of the first 24 days of December.

People who've reviewed this Lego Star Wars advent calendar on Walmart's website say they like the toy set for several reasons.

Adults who've purchased the item for the children in their family have commented that kids enjoy assembling the daily surprises together and that they like the month-long aspect to the toy. 

Each of the set's 24 doors hides a toy inspired by Season 2 of The Mandalorian. They are either a Lego minifigure, Lego figure, buildable vehicle, weapon or accessory. The toy set's mini build vehicles include the Razor Crest, Riot Mar's starfighter, Imperial Troop Transport, X-wing, TIE Fighter, Imperial Light Cruiser, Boba Fett's starship, an E-web heavy blaster snow launcher, training targets, Tusken Raider's weapon rack and snow launcher, Imperial weapon rack and Mandalorian weapon rack and, last but not least, the iconic hoverpram for The Child. 

Other reviewers say that they love the minifigures and purchased the set just to collect them. In addition to the Mandalorian and The Child minifigures, this Lego Star Wars advent calendar includes the characters Tusken Raider, IG-11 and IT-O Interrogator Droid. 

Some people have shared that they love the details in the items, especially the festive attire of The Mandalorian and The Child. The worst review on Walmart's website says that this particular advent calendar is not as colorful as other Lego advent calendars from other shows. However, most people are raving about the toy set. Overall, the Lego Star Wars Advent Calendar Building Toy for Kids has been rated 4.8 out of 5. 

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Doris Elin Urrutia
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Doris is a science journalist and contributor. She received a B.A. in Sociology and Communications at Fordham University in New York City. Her first work was published in collaboration with London Mining Network, where her love of science writing was born. Her passion for astronomy started as a kid when she helped her sister build a model solar system in the Bronx. She got her first shot at astronomy writing as a editorial intern and continues to write about all things cosmic for the website. Doris has also written about microscopic plant life for Scientific American’s website and about whale calls for their print magazine. She has also written about ancient humans for Inverse, with stories ranging from how to recreate Pompeii’s cuisine to how to map the Polynesian expansion through genomics. She currently shares her home with two rabbits. Follow her on twitter at @salazar_elin.