Starts on November 27 at 10pm ET for online shoppers (and November 28 at 6pm for those who attend the crush at their bricks and mortar stores), the Black Friday sale at America’s second largest retailer ends at close of business on November 29th.
- 75245 LEGO Star Wars Advent Calendar – $39.99 $24.99
- 75261 Imperial Dropship – $19.99 $11.99
- 75214 Anakin’s Jedi Starfighter – $19.99 $15.99
- 75240 Major Vonreg’s TIE Fighter – $69.99 $55.99
- 75206 Jedi and Clone Troopers Battle Pack – $14.99 $9.99
- 75225 Elite Praetorian Guard Battle Pack – $14.99 $9.47
- 75226 Inferno Squad Battle Pack – $14.99 $10.49
- 75237 4+ TIE Fighter – $15.99 $9.99
- 75228 Escape Pod vs Dewback Microfighter – $19.99 $11.97
- 75236 Duel on Starkiller Base – $19.99 $15.99
- 75239 Action Battle Hoth Generator Attack – $29.99 $24.00
- 75261 Clone Scout Walker – $29.99 $17.45
Over at LEGO.com the Black Friday sale is so big that it’s starting on November 23rd/24th for VIP members, who can get enjoy a number of festive promotions:
- Selected sets reduced by 30%
- Double VIP points on all order
- Exclusive brick-built Christmas Tree – free with orders over $120
- Exclusive brick-built 2×4 Red Brick – free with orders over $200
With the advance pre-sale AND pre-sale event out of the way (yeah, it’s confusing as all getout) the main Black Friday sale starts on November 29th and continues to December 2nd, with the following LEGO Star Wars sets being reduced:
Books are a bygone focus at the world’s largest online retailer, whose Black Friday sales start on November 28th and carrys on through to the end of December 2nd.
- 75192 UCS Millennium Falcon – $799.99 $ $479.99
If there is one retailer that tops the Star Wars toy run bill it’s “Stay On” Target, who are running their Black Friday sales from November 28th through to December 2nd
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