Featured Deal: LEGO Bonsai Tree Building Kit | $40 | Amazon
These are the best LEGO deals for October 2021.
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 Super Mario, Star Wars, and more. Scroll on for today’s best LEGO deals!
If you want to showcase your favorite Mandalorian in your gaming room or office, this is the best way to do just that. At 635 pieces there’s a lot of impressive detail here, with Boba Fett’s iconic helmet in all its glory. This LEGO Boba Fett Helmet measures 21cm high, which won’t take up too much room anywhere, and when you consider that his targeting rangefinder can be swiveled for when Boba needs to lock-on to a lone Jedi or Wampa, it’s hard to resist at 17% off.
LEGO Ideas Tree House | $170
We’ve been waiting a long while for a deal on this stunning LEGO Ideas Tree House, which features a whopping 3,036 pieces and produces a gorgeous 14” tall result. It has interchangeable summer and fall leaves to match the season outside, plus has three built-in cabins and comes with four minifigures. Save $30 at Amazon.
Playing Minecraft sparks the same feeling as playing with LEGO. Using basic building blocks for endless possibilities of creations. You enter this flow when you are setting up a farm or erecting a home in Minecraft in the same way you do when you play with LEGO. So what better pairing than a Minecraft LEGO set? Even better, you can get it for $11 off on Amazon.
The LEGO Bonsai Tree kit is another one that’s been popular in that batch, and right now Amazon is slashing $10 off the list price. It’s a build with 878 pieces for just $40 right now, and it comes with both green leaves and cherry blossom blooms that you can swap out with ease. Otherwise, unlike the real thing, you won’t have to trim this tree to keep it looking just right once it’s completed.
LEGO Ideas Central Perk | $48
So no one told you LEGO was gonna be this wayyyyyyy CLAP CLAP CLAP CLAP. That’s what you’ll be singing to yourself as you put together this LEGO Central Perk coffee shop from Friends, the favorite 90s sitcom of everyone who never watched Seinfeld. You can get the set for $12 off on Amazon and play with Chandler, Monica, Joey, Phoebe, Ross, and Rachel to your hearts desire. Could there BE a better deal??
Nintendo and LEGO have struck some sort of deal and we’ve been getting all sorts of cool Mario LEGO sets this year. The latest of which is this question mark block featuring some of our favorite levels from Super Mario 64. Even though *pushes glasses up bridge of nose* question mark blocks never appear in Super Mario 64, this thing is still cool as heck. Releases October 1st for $170.
LEGO Santa’s Visit | $100
Gear up for the holiday season by decking your halls with a brand new Santa-themed LEGO set. Featuring a snow covered home getting ready for Christmas day as Santa enters the chimney bearing gifts to a happy family. Makes for a wonderful Christmas decoration which is just the excuse you need for buying more LEGO.
Bring your own little museum to life with this LEGO set of dead dinosaur bones. This 910-piece set will build you a fully posable Tyrannosaurus rex, Triceratops and Pteranodon skeleton models with displays stands as well as LEGO paleontologist and skeleton minifigures. 5% off on Amazon right now to get your own LEGO Museum of Natural history started in your living room.
This 540-piece Mandalorian set sadly doesn’t have any Baby Yoda in sight, but what it does have is a pretty sick-looking AT-ST walker that’s been heavily modified from the original Empire issue. You also get minifigs of The Mandalorian himself and ally Cara Dune, as well as a pair of Klatooinian Raider baddies, all for $10 off of the list price right now.
Build your own pint-sized X-Wing Fighter with LEGO bricks in this affordable kit, which is currently $10 off at Amazon. The 474-piece build turns out a ship with extendable wings, spring-loaded lasers, and other fun details, plus you get Luke, R2-D2, and Leia amongst the included minifigs. Pick up a new TIE Fighter build for $32, meanwhile, and reenact some classic Star Wars space battles in your own home. Just be prepared to pick up the pieces and rebuild after your blast them.
Here’s a great way to get your kids started on LEGO building or to bulk up your own collection. In honor of the great LEGO Masters TV show, Walmart is offering a bundle that contains multiple basic LEGO Creative kits for a total of 613 pieces for just $25. That’s $20 off the list price, plus you get a big storage bag to hold everything. Unlock your imagination with the wide variety of color bricks in this set.
Set course for the red planet with this LEGO City Space kit. Maybe you’ll be able to beat Elon Musk. The main attraction is a sleek shuttled headed to an unfamiliar destination. You’ll have a couple of astronaut minifigs to help explore the new terrain, not to mention a Mars rover, a tiny Helidrone, and other gadgets. This STEM-centric set has 273 pieces and is currently 20% off the list price.
LEGO Harry Potter Hogwarts Moments | $24 Each
These new LEGO Harry Potter Hogwarts Moments sets are adorable. Each looks like an old-timey book from the outside, but opens up to reveal a different classroom playset from the magical school. There’s a few different sets, each with 200+ pieces and currently 20% the list price at Amazon at $24 apiece. Choose from Charms Class, Potions Class, or Transfiguration Class. Or ya know, don’t choose and get all three.
LEGO Technic Porsche 911 RSR | $120
Build your own Porsche 911… out of LEGO bricks, of course! This LEGO Technic Porsche 911 RSR kit is a pretty sizable build at 1,580 pieces, and the result looks pretty sick. Save $30 off the list price at Walmart right now.
“Give me your tired, your poor, your huddled bricks that are too stuck together yearning to breathe free.” 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. If you’re looking for a big distraction right about now, this should fit the bill.
If you held off on picking up the LEGO Super Mario starter kit, now’s the time: it’s 20% off at Amazon. While the price-per-brick ratio may seem way off for a 231-piece set, that’s because you get a digitally-enhanced Mario here with video-screen eyes and the ability to interact with the game courses you construct. Beyond the starter pack, many of the expansion packs are also 20% off, as listed below.