Late last month, Disney and LEGO unveiled a slew of LEGO Star Wars: The Last Jedi sets in celebration of Force Friday. Before we move on, we have to be clear that Force Friday is not the same as the fans-proclaimed May the Fourth. Think of Force Friday as the Father/Mother’s Day equivalent, i.e. officially sanctioned Star Wars day. But that’s not important. The important thing is, fans will have more reasons to part with their hard-earned money – if the recently revealed enormous LEGO Star Wars Millennium Falcon haven’t already leave your piggy bank high and dry.
As expected, all the LEGO sets are based around the eight Star Wars movie, Star Wars: The Last Jedi which will hit theaters in the United States on December 17, 2017. The list of sets revealed include a bunch of new vehicle variants and characters. If you are interested (seriously, why would anyone not be interested?), here’s the list along with the pricing:
LEGO 75179 Star Wars Kylo Ren’s Tie Fighter (630-pcs, $79.99)
LEGO 75188 Star Wars Resistance Bomber (778-pcs, $109.95)
LEGO 75176 Star Wars Resistance Transport Pod (294-pcs, $29.99)
LEGO 75190 Star Wars First Order Star Destroyer (1,416-pcs, $159.97)
LEGO 75189 Star Wars First Order Heavy Assault Walker (1,376-pcs, $149.97)
LEGO 75177 Star Wars First Order Heavy Scout Walker (554-pcs, $39.99)
LEGO 75187 Star Wars BB-8 (1,106-pcs, $99.99)
LEGO Star Wars: The Last Jedi sets are available both online, including on Amazon, and brick-and-mortar stores since September 1, 2017. It is worthy to note that the First Order Heavy Scout Walker appears to be ten bucks cheaper over the MSRP on Amazon while the rest of the sets did not depart from the initial announced price points. Just thought you may be interested in a teeny weeny bit of saving if you are looking to get that particular Heavy Scout Walker.