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LEGO Star Wars Day deals continue this Revenge of the Fifth

LEGO Star Wars Day deals: LEGO Darth Vader on an orange gradient background
(Image credit: Future / LEGO)

Star Wars Day, May the 4th, has been and gone, but it's now Revenge of the Fifth (yes, that's a thing too now) and so the LEGO Star Wars Day deals continue. The official LEGO Star Wars Day event with its exclusive freebies is over for this year, but elsewhere in the galaxy, Amazon still has a range of LEGO Star Wars deals on offer, and some of the discounts are even bigger today than yesterday, with savings of up to 29%.

Fancy recreating one of the most legendary scenes in Star Wars? Then grab $47.59 off the Return of The Jedi Death Star Final Duel Lego kit, now $125.99. Or for the perfect adornment to any Star Wars fans' desk, choose your allegiance with either a 1,771-piece LEGO Yoda reduced by almost $20 from $99.99 to $80  or a menacing Darth Vader display helmet cut from £69.99 to just $55.99.

Amazon UK has some similarly galactic offers, with £38 off the Rise of Skywalker Millennium Falcon and £10 off a menacing Darth Vader display helmet – a great decoration for any Star Wars fan's home office.

Looking for more ways to celebrate May the Fourth? See our collection of the best Star Wars fonts and sign up to Disney+ now so you can watch every film and series, including Obi-Wan Kenobi later this month.

May the Fourth LEGO Star Wars deals in the US

May the Fourth LEGO Star Wars deals in the UK

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Joe is a regular freelance journalist and editor at Creative Bloq. He's in charge of getting our product reviews up onto the website and keeps track of the best equipment for creatives, from monitors to office supplies. He's worked as a writer and translator for 20 years and also works as a project manager at a design and branding agency based in London and Buenos Aires, where he manages a team of designers, photographers and video editors.