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Lego Millennium Falcon Star Wars Building Set Receives Big Discount At Amazon

It might not be able to do the Kessel Run in 12 parsecs, but this Lego Millennium Falcon is still fun to build.

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There's nothing more symbolic of Star Wars than the Millennium Falcon, an integral part of the franchise and one of the most famous spaceships in cinematic history. Lego has made a few of these available as very expensive sets over the years, but if you're looking for something that's affordable and will look great on your shelf, you won't want to miss this deal. Normally $170, you can pick up your very own Millennium Falcon made of 1,351 Lego pieces for just $136.

Lego Millennium Falcon
Lego Millennium Falcon

That's a nice 20% discount, and this version of the ship from the Star Wars sequel trilogy features an updated design and lots of iconic characters to play with. For the minifigures, you'll get Lando Calrissian, Chewbacca, Finn, C-3PO and Boolio, plus R2-D2 and D-O droids. Once fully assembled, the ship has a removable canopy with space for two minifigures inside, the top panels open for easy access to the ship's internals, and there's a fully equipped interior.

Other cool features include a hidden compartment for when you need to hide from tiny First Order soldiers and spring-loaded shooters.

For a more realistic--but still awe-inspiring--glimpse at space, Lego recently released two large-scale kits exclusive to the Lego Store. There's the wall art building kit of The Milky Way Galaxy and NASA's Artemis Space Launch System. Both of these have over 3,000 pieces to assemble, so prepare yourself for a lengthy build.

If you'd prefer something related to Harrison Ford that isn't set in space, there's also this fun Indiana Jones diorama set which is on sale for only $127 at Walmart.

For anyone looking to build one Lego set to rule them all, you can visit Middle-earth and begin constructing the dark tower known as Barad-Dûr, complete with Sauron's all-seeing eye, starting June 4.

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