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Save up to £40 on these awesome Artemis-inspired Lego space sets

Lego Rocket Launch Center
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You can bag a bargain and launch some space-themed fun with these two awesome Lego space sets, which are now on sale at Argos. 

You can save 20% (opens in new tab) on a NASA inspired set which replicates the Space Launch System being used in an upcoming launch (Artemis-1 launches August 29) as well as getting £40 off (nearly 50%) (opens in new tab) on a Lego Lunar Base. Not only are these awesome looking sets, and relevant to real life events, they're on sale so what's not to like? If you are wanting to look at more great Lego deals though, you can always check out our guide to the best Lego space sets.

Both of these sets are suitable for kids (and anyone in truth) over the age of seven and both come with extra builds outside of the main models. There's plenty of great Lego deals on the market, and not just space sets either, we've got round ups of the best Lego Star Wars sets and Lego Marvel sets, if those are more your thing. 

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Lego City Rocket Launch Centre £125 now £100 on Argos (opens in new tab)

Save £25 on a Lego set that will capture the imagination of any young Lego enthusiast. You get over 1000 bricks and the completed rocket stands at over 16.5 inches. More than that, you get six astronaut minifigures, service vehicle, planet rover, and a drone with this set too.

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Lego City Lunar Research Base £90 now £50 from Argos (opens in new tab).  

Save £40 on an awesome looking Lego set that gives you plenty of value for money. Six astronaut figures to accompany the accommodation quarters, a botany lab and a science lab, air lock and docking tunnel modules you need to build. On top of that, a Lunar Research Base, a LEGO lunar lander, skycrane drone, VIPER rover and a moon buggy are included.

While you wont need one of the best telescopes on the market to see these Lego sets, they are very much relevant to NASA's upcoming launch, Artemis-1. That doesn't take away from the impressiveness of these sets either, which give you plenty for your money, especially now they're on sale. 

Saving 20% (opens in new tab) on the NASA inspired launch set is a pretty good deal for a number of reasons. Firstly, you get over 1000 pieces which means you get plenty of build time and it's sure to capture the imagination of any young Lego enthusiast as it stands at over 16.5 inches tall. Additionally, a service vehicle, planet rover, drone and six astronaut minifigures are included. 

£40 off (opens in new tab) the Lunar Research Base is no less impressive either, it comes with loads of different cool parts to build, including accommodation quarters, a botany lab and a science lab, air lock and docking tunnel modules. For your money you also get six astronaut minifigures, so there's plenty to play with. Extra features include Lunar Research Base, a LEGO lunar lander, skycrane drone, VIPER rover and a moon buggy.

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Alexander Cox
E-commerce Staff Writer

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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