Last chance to save $180 on Lego's epic Star Wars UCS Millennium Falcon for Cyber Monday

Cyber Monday Lego Millennium Falcon deal
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There's not much time left to nab the Millennium Falcon at a starry-eyed discount price this Cyber Monday.

The iconic Star Wars ship is sitting at just $669.99, meaning the Lego Star War UCS Millennium Falcon is $180 off (opens in new tab) at the website Zavvi. To fly like Solo and Rey you will have to use the discount code BFFALCON at checkout. 

It's not often that this famous ship goes on sale, and it actually improved from earlier in the weekend. At first it was only $100 off, but now it's an incredible $180. If you live in the UK, you can grab this set at a reduced price of £734.99 (opens in new tab).

We're not sure just how many Falcon models are in the hanger at Zavvi, so if you're looking to add this incredible deal to holiday shopping you will have to move on this swiftly as Cyber Monday is almost over. It's usually very popular. Last year, this set was a  40% off at Amazon, but it sold out fast (think minutes) and that sale did not come back again at Amazon.

While cruising around for Star Wars deals at a discount, make sure to check out our Star Wars Lego deals and our Cyber Monday Lego deals guides for more great savings on Star Wars, Space, and Marvel Lego sets too. You can see our latest Cyber Monday deals for more ideas.

Lego Star Wars Millennium Falcon UCS set : was $849.00 (opens in new tab)

Lego Star Wars Millennium Falcon UCS set : was $849.00, now $669.99 at Zavvi (opens in new tab) 
Use code BFFALCON
to save $100 off this Lego Ultimate Collectors Series Star Wars Millennium set to build your own fastest hunk of junk in the galaxy. As one of Lego's prestige Star Wars sets, this UCS series Falcon is  the largest and most detailed Millennium Falcon Lego set around. It comes with 7,541 pieces, is 33 inches long and it's rarely on sale.

UK deal! Lego Star Wars Millennium Falcon UCS set: now £734.99 (opens in new tab)

UK deal! Lego Star Wars Millennium Falcon UCS set: now £734.99 (opens in new tab)

For UK Lego Star Wars fans, Zavvi has dropped its price on the Lego Star Wars Millennium down to £734.99 just for Cyber Monday. It's only available while supplies last, so you'll want to act fast.

Lego's Star Wars UCS Millennium Falcon ship (opens in new tab) is one of the most famous starships in the Star Wars series. It has an epic history, just like the film and TV franchise. The set was first released in 2017 and has 7,541 pieces, plenty to keep you entertained over the holidays. 

When fully assembled, it is an impressive 22 inches wide, 33 inches long and 8 inches tall (about 56 centimeters wide, 84 cm long and 20 cm tall), and weighs a whopping 37 pounds (17 kilograms). (That's probably the size of a child Ewok.)

We actually bought one in 2017 when the set came out and can say it was an absolute joy to build, but also time-consuming (it took us 6 days). The amazingly large model can be modified to resemble the Falcon from the original Star Wars films or the sequels, with removable panels on its top to expose living areas like the Dejarik game table and arch where Princess Leia first kissed Han Solo. 

It also comes with several different Lego minifigures: Han Solo, Princess Leia, C-3PO and Chewbacca from the early Star Wars movies; with Old Han Solo, Rey and Finn from the sequel series rounding out the crew. The droid BB-8, a Mynock and two Porgs complete the set. 

While it is large (you'll want a lot of table space for display), my colleague Jordan Miller found it remarkably sturdy in our Lego Star Wars UCS Millennium Falcon review. "Part-technic set, the core of the Millennium Falcon is a rock-solid foundation of bricks that make it feel heavy, sturdy, and crucially, possible to move without feeling like it’s all going to break apart," they wrote.

So if you're looking for a centerpiece of your Lego Star Wars collection, or just a fun and intricate build to pass the time, this deal is one you'll likely not want to miss. 

Lego Star Wars UCS Republic Gunship: was $399.99 (opens in new tab)

Lego Star Wars UCS Republic Gunship: was $399.99 now $329.99 at Zavvi (opens in new tab)

Still cruising for Cyber Monday deals? Save $70 on this elite Lego model of a Republic Gunship from Star Wars by using the code BFGUNSHIP at checkout.

If you are looking for something a bit smaller (and at a lower price), Zavvi is offering $70 off a Lego Star Wars UCS Republic Gunshi (opens in new tab) and this will likely fly away soon, too, as Cyber Monday runs down. The set is marked down from its $399.99 price to $329.99 in a deal at checkout with the code BFGUNSHIP. This deal, too, got better over the weekend, with Zavvi knocking an extra $10 of a previous $339.99 offer.

You can also see all of our best Lego Star Wars sets and our best Lego Star Wars deals to finish Cyber Monday with flair. Our best Lego space deals has more familiar rocket  and other set deals from a galaxy closer to home.

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