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Where to Buy Cheap LEGO Star Wars Sets?
As the home of pop culture, we offer tons of officially licensed toys based on films, TV series, and video games. These include the Star Wars LEGO theme, a line of products that was originally licensed by the brand in 1999, when the franchise belonged to Lucasfilm. The LEGO Group has extended their license on multiple occasions, partnering with The Walt Disney Company after they became the new owners of the franchise.
In addition to manufacturing physical toys, LEGO also lends its signature style to the digital format, with several video games having been developed by Traveller’s Tales and published by Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment. These Star Wars games differ from others, as they present a parodical interpretation of the events seen on screen, incorporating elements of slapstick humour. Said events span the entire length of the nine-film Skywalker Saga: A New Hope (1977), The Empire Strikes Back (1980), Return of the Jedi (1983), The Phantom Menace (1999), Attack of the Clones (2002), Revenge of the Sith (2005), The Force Awakens (2015), The Last Jedi (2017), and The Rise of Skywalker (2019).
LEGO Star Wars Ships, Characters & Planets
For the most part, Star Wars LEGO sets are modelled after characters, ships, and locations that feature prominently in the franchise. The release of the first sets coincided with the cinematic debut of The Phantom Menace and included products such as the iconic X-wing fighter. Naturally, later products in the theme expanded beyond the original trilogy, drawing inspiration from the subsequent films in the Skywalker Saga(the prequels and sequels), the Disney+ TV shows (such as The Mandalorian, The Book of Boba Fett, The Clone Wars, Rebels, and The Bad Batch), and video games (like The Force Unleashed and Jedi: Fallen Order).
The Ultimate Collector Series (UCS)
Many of the sets are scaled to match the LEGO Star Wars Minifigures, but there is a specific line that boasts larger sizes and greater detail: the Ultimate Collector Series (UCS). Available for a more expensive price point, these premium-quality models (made purchasable in 2000) are intended to be displayed rather than used for play, catering to adult collectors instead of kids. To this end, they are usually packaged with an information plaque and display stand. The biggest product in the UCS is a replica of Han Solo’s Millennium Falcon, which was released in 2017 and comprises 7,541 pieces.
Here are some other notable releases in the UCS: Yoda (7194), TIE Interceptor (7181), X-wing Fighter (7191), Darth Maul (10018), Imperial Star Destroyer (10030), Y-wing Attack Starfighter (10134), Death Star II (10143), Imperial AT-ST (10174), General Grievous (10186), Imperial Shuttle (10212), Super Star Destroyer (10221), Obi Wan’s Jedi Starfighter (10215), R2-D2 (10225), Ewok Village (10236), Sandcrawler (75059), Slave 1 (75060), TIE Fighter (75095), Assault on Hoth (75098), Republic Gunship (75309), A-wing Starfighter (75275), Snowspeeder (75144), and AT-AT (75313).
The Master Builder Series (MBS)
In contrast to the UCS, we have the Master Builder Series (MBS), a line that — although its complexity is nearly equivalent to the UCS — is made for the purpose of being played with. Sets in this group, first introduced in 2018, are distinguishable by their inclusion of varied play functions and interior details, which allow them to easily fall into the category of toys. Two notable examples of products in the MBS are those depicting the betrayal at Cloud City and the Mos Eisley Cantina. With these products, fans can re-enact the exploits of their favourite Jedi, droids, bounty hunters, and Sith Lords (including Luke Skywalker, Anakin Skywalker, Yoda, R2-D2, Darth Maul, General Grievous, and Boba Fett).
The Heads & Helmets Collection
Collectors who are interested in paying homage to beloved characters (such as the prior-mentioned Boba Fett, Darth Vader, Captain Rex, and the Mandalorian) and archetypes (such as the stormtrooper, TIE fighter pilot, and clone trooper) will likely gravitate towards the Helmets and Heads collection. Featuring screen-accurate details, these products resemble pieces of art and are suited to being displayed around the home.
How Many Star Wars LEGO Sets Are There?
There are more than 800 sets in existence, and you can find many of them here. Our line-up of cheap LEGO Star Wars sets caters to fans who love all eras of the franchise, allowing you to be immersed in the original trilogy, the events of the Clone Wars, and the rise of the First Order — to name a few notable time frames.