Featured Deal: LEGO Hidden Side Lighthouse of Darkness | $32
These are the best LEGO deals for October 2020.
If you’re looking for something to occupy your quarantine hours, why not pick up a new LEGO set or two? They’re mentally stimulating, whether you’re building to instructions or just creating things from scratch, and they’re a great activity whether you’re solo or with family.
Right now, you’ll find solid savings on LEGO sets inspired by Star Wars, Minecraft, Spider-Man, Batman, and more. Scroll on for today’s best LEGO deals!
Baby Yoda and LEGO: two irresistible pop culture creations that seem irresistible together. LEGO will launch this adorable version of The Child with the season two debut of The Mandalorian in late October.
There’s no discount as of this writing, but even so, serious fans will want to drop a pre-order at Amazon now to ensure they can find it later this year. It’s 1,073 pieces, too, so the price-per-brick ratio is pretty solid.
And if you need a big building project to tackle in the meantime, Amazon has the full-size Attack of the Clones Yoda—a huge 1,771-piece set—for $86 right now.
Here’s a larger-than-usual savings on the super-cool and seasonally appropriate Lighthouse of Darkness, one of the set’s from LEGO’s original Hidden Side franchise. This 540-piece has a ghost pirate, a skeleton, and other minifigures, and like all Hidden Side sets, you can use a smartphone app for digital augmented reality enhancements. It’s 35% off right now at Amazon.
Right now, you can save $24 off the price of the towering Statue of Liberty kit. With 1,685 pieces, it’s a meaty challenge aimed at anyone 16+, and the end result stands 17 inches tall. Grab this deal while it lasts!
Does Spider-Man really have a mech? Does he need a mech, let alone against Venom? We’re not totally sure, but we are sure of this: Aunt May is the star of this set.
Did you ever think you’d have a chance to own an Aunt May minifig? Now’s your moment. You also get Ghost Spider (a.k.a. Spider-Gwen) on a hoverboard (again, why?) and a Venom minifig alongside a giant Venom… mech. In any case, this unique set is $14 off right now.
Here’s a cool set for kids that not only lets you build a trio of rad Star Wars droids, but also gives you the ability to interact with them via a tablet coding app. The LEGO Star Wars Boost Droid Commander kit has 1,177 LEGO bricks, a color and distance sensor, a motor that can be moved between the three built droids, and the ability to learn coding as you play via the iOS and Android app. Save $32 right now at Amazon.
LEGO Architecture London | $34
We haven’t seen a good deal on one of LEGO’s Architecture cityscapes in some time, so we’re pleased to have spotted this London bargain at Amazon.
Currently 15% off list, this 468-piece set includes landmarks such as Big Ben, Tower Bridge, and the London Eye. You probably won’t be hopping the pond anytime soon, but this LEGO kit is far cheaper than a plane ticket anyway.
Big fan of the Star Wars Resistance animated series? If so, then you might be pleased to see this Major Vonreg’s TIE Fighter set from the show.
It’s 26% off the list price right now, albeit still a bit pricey for a 496-brick set. Still, this TIE Fighter looks awesome and comes with a few minifigures: Vonreg, General Leia, Kaz Xiono, and the droid Bucket (R1-J5).
It’s a monster truck. It’s a burger truck. It’s a… wait for it… monster burger truck. Now that’s three words that sound pretty great together. In fact, this original LEGO Creator set comes with instructions for three different builds with its 499 pieces, and right now you’ll save 18% off at Amazon.
Some of the LEGO Minecraft sets are more whimsical in nature, but this one is all action. The Blaze Bridge is a lava-filled environment with interactive elements, and four minifigures: heroine Alex, a Wither Skeleton, and a pair of Blazes. It’s 20% off right now at Amazon.
LEGO Technic Catamaran | $40
This is a super-cool LEGO Technic build for a catamaran boat that actually floats on water. You can build it tall with a sail or short like a motorboat, and this 404-piece set is $10 off now.
Got a little LEGO lover in the home? These new LEGO advent calendars are fresh for 2020, each featuring 24 little LEGO prizes for each day leading up to Christmas in December.
Each one is marked down $10 right now: the Star Wars and Harry Potter sets are $30 each, while the LEGO City and LEGO Friends ones are just $20 apiece. Each bundle has 300+ pieces and might be worth grabbing now—not only while the deal is live, but also while they’re still easy to track down.
If you haven’t built one of the remote-controlled LEGO Technic sets before, this might be a perfect starting point. Right now, this RC Stunt Racer is $19 off the list price. It can be built into two totally different configurations, both with tank treads, motors and a receiver, a remote, and the ability to drive the completed car all over the place.
If you’re buying LEGO for a young kid, start with one of the LEGO Classic boxes. This Medium set is a good size, providing a robust 484 pieces within a handy plastic carrying case.
Without step-by-step directions, this set is ideal for getting kids familiar with the tiny blocks and unlocking a bit of creativity in the process. Of course, there are larger Duplo blocks for the really young’uns, but LEGO suggests this is ideal for ages 4+. It’s $9 off right now.