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Horizon Forbidden West Lego Set Is On Sale For Its Lowest Price Ever

Build a miniature version of Horizon: Forbidden West's coolest mechanical creature.


Lego's Horizon Forbidden West Tallneck set is down to just $53 at Amazon. The kit normally sells for $90, making this special Black Friday deal the lowest price we've seen for it yet. The deal is one of several notable brand-new offers at Amazon for Black Friday. The other two: the Lego Super Mario 64 Question Mark Block set for $140 (was $200) and Lego Marvel Spider-Man Daily Bugle for $244 (was $350).

Inspired by the giant mechanical creatures from the Horizon video game series, the 1,222-piece Lego set stands nearly 14 inches tall when assembled and features movable parts. The kit also includes pieces for a Watcher enemy with multiple eye color choices, a minifigure of Horizon's protagonist Aloy, and a buildable display stand featuring environmental details like trees, grass, a dilapidated traffic light, and more.

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The Horizon Forbidden West Tallneck Lego set is a popular set even at full price, and we suspect this massive discount could sell out, so head over to Amazon and grab the majestic mechanized lifeform while it's still available.

Dozens of other Lego sets are also on sale online during Black Friday, including Marvel sets like the Hulkbuster Armor for $361 (was $550), Super Mario kits like the Super Mario 64 Question Block Set for $140 (was $200), Star Wars kits like the Millenium Falcon model for $136 (down from $170), and more. Check our Black Friday Lego deals roundup to see all the discounted sets.

The Lego Store also kicked off its Black Friday sale today, and it includes the brand-new Marvel Avengers tower as well as steep discounts on the Razor Crest, Black Panther, Hogwarts Express, Loop Coaster, and more.

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