Looking for the best deals on Lego sets? You have come to the right place. We will help you to get the best prices on top Lego sets including Lego Friends, Lego Star Wars, Lego Ninjago and lots more. We will also give you Top Tips for Lego fans of all ages. This page will be regularly updated with all new deals and offers as they are launched, so why not bookmark it and check it before you buy your Lego sets?
Top LEGO Deals
- FREE Back to School Pack when you spend £65+* ends 16/08/2020
- FREE Summer Celebration Minifigure when you spend over £75* 10/08-16/08 or while supplies last.
- Sale: up to 30% off selected clearance*
- Selected LEGO sets £6.99 each (in store, from Sunday 16th August)
- LEGO Storage Brick x 2 £19.99 (in store, from Sunday 16th August)
- LEGO Trolls Lonesome Flats Raft Adventure Playset - 41253*was £25 now £13.99 (clearance line, limited stock)
- 2 for £15 on selected LEGO sets*(scroll down for full list)
- 2 for £30 on selected LEGO sets*(scroll down for full list)
- LEGO 75273 Star Wars Poe Dameron's X-wing Fighter* was £89.99 now £75.98 with free delivery
- LEGO 60226 City Mars Research Shuttle Spaceship* was £24.99 now £19.99
Argos 2 for £15 LEGO Sets
There have been loads of new LEGO sets added to the 2 for £15 toy offer, taking the new total to 21 sets from just 4 sets on the previous offer! Individual set prices as as high as £13 each, so it's well worth grabbing a couple of those for £15. Now as well as a selection of LEGO City sets, this offer includes Duplo, Star Wars, and even some LEGO DOTS sets as well!
Here's our top picks of the 2 for £15 LEGO sets at Argos:
- LEGO Speed Champions McLaren Senna Model Toy Car - 75892* £13 or 2 for £15
- LEGO Star Wars Sith Troopers Battle Pack Building Set- 75266* £13 or 2 for £15
- LEGO DOTS Animal Picture Holders DIY Craft Decor Set - 41904* £13 or 2 for £15
- LEGO DOTS Rainbow Jewellery Stand DIY Craft Set - 41905* £13 or 2 for £15
- LEGO Creator Deep Sea Creatures Toy Shark Playset - 31088* £12 or 2 for £15
- LEGO City Police Patrol Toy Car - 60239* £10 or 2 for £15
- LEGO DUPLO Police Toy Bike - 10900* £10 or 2 for £15
- LEGO DUPLO Town Pizza Stand Pizza Set - 10927* £10 or 2 for £15
Argos 2 for £30 LEGO Sets
New to the 2 for £30 Argos toy offer are a total of 7 LEGO sets, priced at up to £25 each of bought individually! Choose from a selection including LEGO City, Friends, Ninjago, Classic, and even Minecraft! Just add any 2 to your basket and the offer is applied automatically.
- LEGO City Police Helicopter Chase Building Set - 60243* £25 or 2 for £30
- LEGO Ninjago Jay and Lloyd's Velocity Racers Set - 71709* £25 or 2 for £30
- LEGO Friends Mia's Horse Trailer Stable Toy - 41371* £20 or 2 for £30
- LEGO City Burger Bar Fire Rescue Toy Truck Playset- 60214* £20 or 2 for £30
- LEGO Minecraft The End Battle Dragon Toy Set - 21151* £19 or 2 for £30
- LEGO Classic Creative Suitcase, Lego Master Fan Gift - 10713* £18 or 2 for £30
LEGO Super Mario Deals
BEST DEAL on LEGO Super Mario:
- GAME: Starter Kit £49.99* or £10 Off Any Nintendo Switch Mario Game With Starter Kit*
- GAME: FREE Mario Pencil Case (worth £4.99) with any LEGO Mario Expansion Set, Power-Up Pack or Character Pack* (£4.99 delivery, or £4.99 click and collect and get a £5 in-store voucher on collection)
What is LEGO Super Mario?
LEGO Super Mario was launched on 1st August 2020, and is a collaboration between LEGO and Nintendo to make the first ever interactive LEGO gaming experience.
As well as the Adventures With Mario Starter Course, LEGO* have a further 15 sets in the range that went on sale on 1st August
LEGO Super Mario Expansion Sets to add to the starter course range in price from a very reasonable £17.99 for the Whomps Lava Trouble* up to £84.99 for the huge Bowser's Castle Boss Battle!*There are also Power-Up Packs* for £8.99 each, and cute Character Packs* for £3.49 each. Add a bundle of these together and you can build up a brilliant and unique LEGO Super Mario course to make your own 3D gaming experience.
Stockists for LEGO Super Mario Starter Course are:
- LEGO Shop £49.99*
- The Entertainer £44.99 with free delivery*
- GAME £49.99 with free delivery*
- Zavvi £49.99 with free delivery*
- Argos £49.99*
- Smyths £49.99
There's also a new LEGO Nintendo Entertainment System* set, which is a LEGO Shop exclusive. It's a huge 2646 piece set with a brick built SNES, TV, controller, game cartridge and more, and it will set you back £209.99.
Harry Potter Lego Sets
LEGO Harry Potter is fast becoming one of the most popular LEGO themes, and we're seeing new sets being released all the time. 2019 saw the first ever LEGO Harry Potter Advent Calendar as well, and it proved to be a big hit.
June 2020 has seen the release of five new LEGO Harry Potter sets to expand the magical collection:
- Hogwarts Astronomy Tower* RRP £89.99
- 4 Privet Drive* RRP £64.99
- Attack On The Burrow* RRP £89.99
- Hedwig* RRP £34.99
- Hogwarts Requirement* RRP £17.99
Lego Star Wars Sets
LEGO Star Wars is one of the most popular Lego themes, so there are a huge amount of sets, with new ones being released all the time. As well as sets featuring the original trilogy's characters, sets and vehicles you can also find more released that are themed round each new cinema release. Special offers regularly appear on Star Wars LEGO sets, and we will be posting all the best on this page.
- LEGO Star Wars The Razor Quest £119.99 PRE-ORDER HERE*(release date 1st September 2020)
Lego Train Sets
LEGO Train Sets are very popular, especially with experienced builders, and with the extra tracks and pieces you can build up your own unique Lego rail network. The working trains are a wonderful feature, and as such they don't often have big price drops and hold their value very well. The lowest prices can be found at Amazon, like this LEGO 60198 City Cargo Train* and the LEGO 60197 City Passenger RC Train*.
Lego City Sets
LEGO City is one of the biggest and best loved Lego themes, and as well as some classics like police, fire fighters, and lots of vehicles, you'll find new sets released all the time to expand your collection. As it's such a popular range you can often find 20% or more off the whole range, and it's one of the most common to see those bigger discounts on.
Lego Minecraft Sets
LEGO Minecraft tends to hold it's value very well, perhaps as it's a more niche range, but there aren't any mega savings to be had on LEGO Minecraft. Click here* to see the full range and the newest sets.
Lego Technic Sets
LEGO Technic sets are for more experienced builders looking for a challenge, with gearboxes, pulleys and more to make Lego vehicles that actually move. You can often find some hefty reductions on these sets, with a third or more off.
Lego Batman Sets
LEGO Batman sets are a little more hard to find than some of the other characters, as there have been sets to tie in with the LEGO Batman Movie which are now retired. You can still get some sets featuring Batman in the LEGO DC Superheroes range, including some Duplo sets for younger builders so they can practise their first build with their favourite heroes.
Lego Nexo Knights Sets
Many Lego Nexo Knights sets have been retired and are very difficult to get hold of, or are selling for inflated prices on auction sites. You can find a small selection of Lego Nexo Knights sets online at The Lego Shop* and on Amazon*, though they are all for the full RRP, being collector items.
Lego Duplo Sets
LEGO DUPLO is perfect for young builders, and you can often find great deals on these sets, especially classics that are still produced. Many of the sets are designed to help children learn through play, with numbers and letters featuring on the blocks. There are also sets with favourite children's characters, like Disney Princess, Disney Pixar Cars, and movie tie-ins to coincide with new cinema releases. LEGO Duplo sets are suitable from around 18 months of age, depending on the set.
Lego Ninjago Sets
LEGO Ninjago sets are a little rarer than some of the other series, though you can still get some related to the last movie release online at Amazon. Some are proving to be very collectable, so if we find any on a great offer we'll let you know right here.
New Lego Sets
It's rare to find good savings on new Lego sets, but sometimes if you're lucky a new set will get included in a store promotion. The hottest new LEGO ranges include Super Mario, the newest Harry Potter sets, and the Mickey and Minnie toys, and we will let you know when any offers go live on these.
FREE Lego Life Magazines: Download Or Via Post
It has stories, games and puzzles, competitions, sneak peeks, posters and more, and it's sent free of charge in the post. There's also the option to download a PDF version here* so that they can still view the comic of the latest comic as well as previous issues, all for free.
Cheap Lego Sets
LEGO isn't one of the cheapest toys, especially once your child gets the bug and starts collecting, however there are still some cheap sets to be had. Aldi and Lidl regularly have bargain sets for under £10, and you'll find frequent 'lightning deals' and special offers popping up at Amazon. LEGO Shop also have very good sales throughout the year, and we will post all the best cheap deals on this page.
What is the biggest Lego set you can buy?
The biggest Lego set you can buy is the LEGO Star Wars Millennium Falcon Ultimate Collector Series*, as it has a stupendous 7500 pieces! It was released in October 2017, so is now a hard to find set, though it's currently in stock at The Lego Shop*. The price tag is pretty hefty too, as it costs £649.99.
What is the hardest Lego set to build?
The hardest Lego sets to build tend to be the largest, with the most pieces, with buildings and Lego Architecture sets featuring heavily. As well as the 7500 piece LEGO Star Wars Millennium Falcon*, the hardest sets are thought to be theLEGO Creator Taj Mahal* with nearly 6000 pieces, theLEGO Star Wars Death Star* with 4000 pieces and LEGO Creator Tower Bridge* with more than 4000 pieces. All are recommended for adults aged 16+.
How much is a Lego set?
Lego sets vary hugely in price, from small pocket money sets at under £5, up to huge collectors editions at hundreds of pounds. While current sets can often be found on offer, with between 20% and 30% off (and very rarely at half price), retired sets can sell for way over their RRP to collectors.
What are Technic Legos?
Lego Technic sets are designed to provide a more challenging build for the more experienced enthusiast, as they include elements like gearboxes, steering systems, pulleys and motors to build. The sets allow you to create machines and vehicles that actually move, and there's a wide range of working vehicles, sports cars, planes and even robots in the range.
Top Tips For Lego Fans
Free LEGO Replacement Parts*: Did you know that LEGO offer a free replacement parts service? If you have missing or broken pieces from your set just click here* and you can order replacements with no charge and with free delivery.
Free LEGO Games*: Lego offer lots of free games for children of all ages, all based on their most popular ranges.Click here* to access free online games, and a list of free Lego apps available for both apple and android devices. All are free of charge and have no in-app purchases, so you can let your child play without worrying.
Free LEGO Life Magazine*: If you have a child aged between 5 and 9 years they can get a Free LEGO Life Magazine sent to them at home 4 times a year. It has stories, games and puzzles, competitions, sneak peeks and more, and it's sent free of charge. If your child is outside that age range you still have the option downloading a PDF version here* so that they can still view the comic.
Free online building instructions*: If the instructions for your Lego set have gone missing or got damaged you can access them online for free. Just click here* to access thousands of sets of instructions for Lego builds.