Having enjoyed a renaissance over the past few years, it seems there really is no limit to the level of buzz around Lego builds, with the famous Danish brick brand continuing to provide avid fans with an apparently infinite supply of new sets that appeal, with something for all ages and interests.
Loyal fans continue to collect the latest sets and hunt down exciting limited edition builds. This resounding popularity is perhaps unsurprising, given there’s something for everyone, of any ability and interest, to explore.
The company has come a long way since its founding in 1932, growing from a small carpenter’s workshop into a global toy enterprise. Named “toy of the century” by Fortune and the British Association of Toy Retailers for the second time in 2000, the present-day bricks were first launched in 1958. And the company’s popular Technic, Duplo and Creator ranges were released over the following decades.
While Lego’s great for helping to develop young minds, there’s also plenty to love in the ever-expanding 18+ collectable sets. From 1,000-piece models that can occupy adults for weeks, to immersive builds for kids that can inspire their imagination, there’s endless fun to be had with Lego.
But, with frequent new releases, more complex ranges and recent sustainability ventures, Lego can be a costly investment. If you’re hoping to save on a set, we’ve scoured the internet for some of the best discounts available right now – from Star Wars and Harry Potter to Super Mario builds.
Whether you’re after a challenging set for yourself or a gift for a little one, we’ve got you covered on the best Lego deals to snap up right now. Look no further for some top Lego savings this February.
Check stock from UK Lego retailers below:
The best Lego deals for June 2023 are:
- Harry Potter 75955 hospital wing: Was £44.99, now £35.60, Amazon.co.uk
- Lego Harry Potter shrieking shack and whomping willow: Was £79.99, now £55.99, Amazon.co.uk
- Lego Harry Potter 76403 The Ministry of Magic modular set: Was £89.99, now £65.99, Smythstoys.com
- Lego Harry Potter 4 Privet Drive house and Ford Anglia car toy: Was £69.99, now £42.49, Amazon.co.uk
- Lego Star Wars AT-AT: Was £149.99, now £139.99, Very.co.uk
- Lego Star Wars 75323 The Justifier buildable toy starship: Was £149.99, now £108.99, Amazon.co.uk
- Lego Star Wars AT-TE Walker: Was £119.99, now £93.99, Very.co.uk
- LEGO Super Mario adventures starter course toy set 71360: Was £55, now £35, Argos.co.uk
- Lego 41731 Friends heartlake international school set: Was £89.99, now £69.99, Very.co.uk
- Lego technic Lamborghini sián 42115: Was £389.99, now £299.99, Smythstoys.com
- Lego technic 4x4 Mercedes-Benz zetros truck toy 42129: Was £284.99, now £199.99, Amazon.co.uk
- Lego technic Ferrari corse car set: Was £170, now £136, Hamleys.com
- Lego creator expert flower bouquet: Was £54.99, now £33.99, Very.co.uk
- Lego 10698 classic creative brick construction set: Was £44.99, now £33.99, Amazon.co.uk
Best Harry Potter Lego deals
Harry Potter 75955 hospital wing: Was £44.99, now £35.60, Amazon.co.uk
For fans of The Prisoner of Azkaban, the hospital wing with a clock tower is a 51-piece set that will give kids a chance to recreate the time-travelling scene, treat injuries in the infirmary and conjure up stories of their own. The tower’s turret can twist to make the clock’s hands spin and appear to travel back in time, with the magical ‘time-turner’ device, for another adventure. Right now, this set has a saving of 16 per cent, making it an ideal purchase for young children with leftover Christmas cash.
Lego Harry Potter shrieking shack and whomping willow: Was £79.99, now £55.99, Amazon.co.uk
Suitable for children aged seven-years-old and above, this 777-piece recreation of the Shrieking Shack and Whomping Willow comes complete with branches that bend and boarded windows, a piano, fireplace, lantern and more to help bring scenes from the series to life. Along with the famously bad tempered tree and abandoned house this set includes six minifigures with familiar faces like Harry, Hermione, Ron Weasley and Sirius Black.
Lego Harry Potter 76403 The Ministry of Magic modular set: Was £89.99, now £65.99, Smythstoys.com
There’s £24 off this modular set, which is suitable for kids aged nine and upwards. Harry Potter fans will recognise The Ministry of Magic’s key details, and there are 12 minifigures, including Harry, Hermione and Ron, in there too. This 990-piece set measures 31cm x 21cm x 21cm, and features signature accessories such as the Daily Prophet and the Slytherin locket.
Lego Harry Potter 4 Privet Drive house and Ford Anglia car toy: Was £69.99, now £42.49, Amazon.co.uk
With this Lego set, you can re-enact the epic escape scene from The Chamber of Secrets, where Ron Weasley and his brothers break Harry out of ‘prison’ – better known as the Dursley family home. You’ll have to make do without the Weasley twins, but you can play with Harry Potter, Ron Weasley, Dobby, Dudley, Petunia and Vernon Dursley mini-figures, plus numerous accessories. There’s also a special mechanism that allows for Hogwarts acceptance letters to fly through the fireplace, need we say more?
Best Star Wars Lego deals
Lego Star Wars AT-AT: Was £149.99, now £139.99, Very.co.uk
Whether bought as a project to work on at the weekends or as a present for an avid Star Wars fan, you can now save £10 on this towering AT-AT build. Lumbering straight from the original trilogy's Battle of Hoth with spring-loaded shooters, a winch and a speeder bike inside, the sizable set includes two AT-AT drivers, two Snowtroopers (with their tripod gun) and Luke Skywalker with a thermal detonator to hand.
Lego Star Wars 75323 The Justifier buildable toy starship: Was £149.99, now £108.99, Amazon.co.uk
Star Wars fans can now nab 27 per cent off this starship set, complete with four minifigures. Key details cover spring-loaded shooters on the wingtips, spare ammunition in the wing and thermal detonators. There’s also a cockpit and the rear engine folds up and down for flight and landing modes. Meanwhile, additional accessories include blaster pistols, a knife and handcuffs.
Lego Star Wars AT-TE Walker: Was £119.99, now £93.99, Very.co.uk
Reduced by £30, this 1,082-piece Star Wars set allows you to rebuild the AT-TE Walker battle tank from the Battle of Utapau. Designed for little Star Wars fans aged nine years and above, the set comes complete with a cockpit and cabins where up to seven minifigures can fit, five minifigures and three Battle Droids, plus posable legs and an elevating heavy blaster cannon that can rotate 360-degrees. Once built you can then lift your creation using the extendable handle too.
Best Lego Mario deals
LEGO Super Mario adventures starter course toy set 71360: Was £55, now £35, Argos.co.uk
Perfect for young Lego fans, this set features an interactive Mario figure that brings to life the world of Super Mario. With colour sensors, LCD screens in his eyes, mouth and belly, Mario can display more than 100 different instant reactions. The set is also complete with a speaker that plays recognisable music and sounds from the cult video game. You can save £20 at Argos right now.
Best friends Lego deals
Lego 41731 Friends heartlake international school set: Was £89.99, now £69.99, Very.co.uk
There’s now £20 to be saved on this Lego friends heartlake international school set, which houses two floors of classrooms for six minifigures to explore. The vibrant set includes 985-pieces which will materialise into media, art and science rooms and some additional accessories for creating a fun and active outdoor space. With extras including a basketball net, skateboard (with bike helmets, of course) and even a class hampster called “Bunsen”, there’s plenty for kids to get stuck into.
Best Technic Lego deals
Lego technic Lamborghini sián 42115: Was £389.99, now £299.99, Smythstoys.com
Here’s a 23 per cent saving on the equally massive Lego Technic model of the Lamborghini sián hybrid supercar. This 1:8-scale model features a detailed V12 engine with moving pistons, working steering, front and rear suspension, and opening scissor-style doors. This kit is definitely one for older Lego builders, as it contains more than 3,600 parts.
Lego technic 4x4 Mercedes-Benz zetros truck toy 42129: Was £284.99, now £199,99, Amazon.co.uk
Bag a decent saving on this technic truck toy, which is currently on sale at Amazon. Build the 2,110-piece set and you even steer it like a pro with the Control+ app. Realistic features include the doors and bonnet that will open, and a service hatch to check out gearbox. This is mega-looking build whether you’re buying for yourself, a passionate petrolhead or little builders aged 12 years old and above.
Lego technic Ferrari corse car set: Was £170, now £136, Hamleys.com
The perfect gift for petrolheads or to challenge yourself, this 1,677-brick Ferrari corse car set boasts authentic details including front and back suspension, opening doors, a V8 engine with moving pistons and a moving steering wheel. Original stickers and authentic colouring adds the final flourish. You can save 20 per cent on the life-like set right now thanks to Hamley’s.
Best other Lego deals
Lego creator expert flower bouquet: Was £54.99, now £33.99, Very.co.uk
Bring a dose of colour into your home with a bunch of flowers that won’t wilt, no matter how bad of a plant parent you are. Now discounted by £15 at Very, this creator expert flower bouquet is part of Lego’s botanical collection which is made using plant-based sugarcane plastic. The length of the stems can be adjusted and the roses, poppies, asters, snapdragons daisies and grasses rearranged to create your perfect bouquet of blooms for display or gift-giving.
Lego 10698 classic creative brick construction set: Was £44.99, now £31.98, Amazon.co.uk
Let kids explore their creative side with this brick box that boasts 33 different colours. The perfect toolkit for budding builders, it lets you use the different windows, doors and other special pieces to create undersea adventures, zoos, castles, scooters and more. Designed for ages four and upwards, the set’s reduced by more than a fiver right now on Amazon.
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