LEGO is continuing to celebrate twenty years of the Star Wars
license with a new micro-build depicting the Rebel assault on the Empire's shield complex on the forest moon of Endor, and it's available - exclusively through LEGO.com
and its brick & mortar footprints - this Triple Force Friday weekend.
Globally available, this new 197 piece micro build of Battle of Endor (40362) is a free gift with purchase if you spend US$75
on LEGO Star Wars
products between October 4th and 6th.
With the release of the all-new sets from The Rise of Skywalker
and The Mandalorian
it's not going to be hard to reach the threshold, plus there are double VIP points until October 6th! With free shipping on orders over $149 you could manage your order to get multiples of this build - just read the small print before you commit.
The latest sets are: 75246 Death Star Cannon
, 75248 Resistance A-wing Starfighter
, 75249 Resistance Y-Wing Starfighter
, 75250 Pasadana Speeder Chase
, 75254 AT-ST Raider
, 75255 Yoda
, 75256 Kylo Ren’s Shuttle
and 75257 Millennium Falcon
- all available now.
If shopping online isn't your thing and you want a more tangible LEGO Star Wars
experience then October is the month you've been waiting five months for because there are two instore events you can take yourself and the kids down to.
The in-house build, which required participants to pre-register on October 1st, started on Friday morning and runs through to close of business on Sunday. The timeline build includes Luke Skywalker in his Tatooine garb, Stormtrooper disguise and X-wing Pilot outfit, the Jedi Knight outfit and Jedi Master robes and is free. Plus participants will get to take them home with them!
Lastly there is a long running instore Red Squadron vs Blue Squadron game
that has participants decoding hidden building instructions using special glasses to build mini ship as fast as they can. This experience may not be available in all LEGO Store locations so check with staff before you make plans. This event runs through to November 3rd.
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