When will the best Cyber Monday 2021 Lego deals start?
Where are the best places to find Cyber Monday Lego deals in 2021?
What Cyber Monday Lego deals do we expect to see in 2021?As was the case with previous years, Lego should have a wide range of sets on sale during this year’s Cyber Monday. Everything from Lego’s own brands like Technic, Friends, Ninjago and Classic to licensed builds including Star Wars, Minecraft and Super Mario among others. Last year featured some genuinely great deals, too, with many highly rated sets reaching almost half price during Cyber Monday. We expect to see this trend continue this year, and hopefully we’ll see some newer sets start to get discounted over the sales period.
How can I get the best Cyber Monday Lego deals on the day?As mentioned, retailers like Amazon tend to host their sales earlier than what the official dates would suggest. So keeping an eye out from the weekend before Black Friday will be beneficial. Lego sets can often veer on the expensive side, and discounts rarely bob upwards of 50% off. That said, you can be assured that a half price discount is an incredible deal for a Lego set, and even something in the realm of 25% off is still a great saving.
Today’s best Lego deals where you are
Last year’s best Cyber Monday Lego deals in the US
To give you a better idea of how much Lego builds up its presence on Black Friday and Cyber Monday, we’ve listed a few examples below of the best Lego deals from the previous year. We’ve highlighted just a handful of some of the biggest discounts Lego and other retailers provided.
LEGO Star Wars Boba Fett Helmet:
$59.99 $47.99 at Amazon
Measuring 8.5” x 4.5” x 4.5” with 625 pieces, this collectible set is recommended for 18+ Star Wars nerds who want a gorgeous recreation of Boba Fett’s helmet that they can build for themselves.View Deal
Lego Classic Bricks and Animals:
$58 $30 at Walmart (save $28)
Walmart is knocking it out the park with Lego Classic sets, and this Bricks and Animals kit is a good example, with nearly 50% off. It has 1500 bricks with a guide on how to make your own cute little animal.
Lego Architecture Statue of Liberty:
$119.99 $95.99 at Amazon (save $24)
If you want a Lego version of the nation’s most symbolic… well, symbol, this Lego Architecture deal could be great for you, as it knocks 20% off the price. The set has 1685 pieces so it’s no small build and it’s one of the biggest members of Lego’s Architecture range.
Lego Classic Large Creative Brick Box
$59.99 $43.75 at Walmart (save $16)
This building set comes with nearly 800 pieces so it’d be perfect for someone of any ages who just loves to build. These kind of Classic sets let you indulge your imagination, and are particularly great for cross-generational building fun.
Lego Super Mario Guarded Fortress:
$49.99 $40.99 at Best Buy (save $9)
This deal on Super Mario Lego doesn’t cut a lot of money off, but this is a fairly new set, so any kind of sale is a surprise. This is an expansion set for Lego’s Super Mario range, so you’ll need the starter kit to use it.
Cyber Monday Lego deals in the UK
Last year’s best Cyber Monday Lego deals in the UK
Lego Technic Fast and Furious Dom’s Dodge Charger:
£89.99 £68.99 at Amazon (save £20)
This car based on Dom’s Dodge Charger (played by Vin Diesel – the character, not the car) and as a Technic set it’s more complicated than standard Lego. It has internals and a design accurate to the car from the movies (well, as accurate as a Lego version can be), designed for hardcore fans.
The Lego Movie 2 Pop-Up Party Bus:
£79.99 £33.99 at Amazon (save £46)
You can save a hearty 56% on this Lego kit based on the second Lego Movie from Amazon – since most Lego deals are around 20% off, this is a big saving.
Lego Architecture London skyline:
£44.99 £39.50 at Amazon (Save £5.49)
Celebrate all the tourist sites of the capital city with this London skyline set, showing off Big Ben, the London Eye (sorry, Coca-Cola Eye…) and a tiny replica of Trafalgar Square.
Lego Star Wars Death Star:
£409.99 £349.99 at Smyth’s (save £60)
This massive Death Star set from the original trilogy comes with over 4,000 pieces, loads of minifigures, droids, vehicles and more. It’s a great set that Lego no longer officially sells, so this deal might sell out fast – act quick if you want it!View Deal
Lego City Deep Space Rocket and Launch Control Set:
£89.99 £69.99 at Smyth’s (save £20)
Fans of Lego and space or astronauts will love this set, as it depicts a rocket launchpad with all its characters and features. This deal takes a fair amount off the asking price, so it’s better priced as a great gift.
Lego Technic Lamborghini Sian:
£349.99 £239.99 at Smyths (save £110)
This is a startlingly good deal from Smyths cutting over £100 off the price of this otherwise-expensive Lego set. It has nearly 4,000 pieces so it’s a big build, and motorheads will love the attention to detail it presents.