If you’re having trouble getting your Summer wave order in through LEGO.com – where half of the new releases have sold out already – you can turn to any number of mainstream big-box retailers – or you can try out a new option: Entertainment Earth.
Since the company’s founding – by two Star Wars collecting brothers – as a mail-order company in 1995, Entertainment Earth has grown to be one of the Internet’s largest collectibles retailers. Popular with action figure collectors, Entertainment Earth also stocks a large range of LEGO sets – including the Star Wars theme.
If that’s not enough, Entertainment Earth is currently running a summer buy-one-get-30%-off the second item in their summer LEGO sale*. And as an even bigger enticement, the sale also has a number of sets that are expected to retire before the year is over.
- 75249 Resistance Y-wing Fighter
- 75254 AT-ST Raider
- 75271 Luke Skywalker’s Land Speeder
- 75276 Stormtrooper Helmet
- 75281 Anakin’s Jedi Interceptor
- 75284 Knights of Ren Transport Ship
- 75286 General Grievous’s Starfighter
- 75317 The Mandalorian & The Child
*Offer Details: Valid on new orders placed from the Entertainment Earth website between September 1, 2021, and September 14 , 2021. Order must include at least 2 eligible products. For every 1 eligible item a client buys at full price, the client can receive 1 additional eligible item for 30% off. The lowest priced item of the 2 will be 30% off. For example: If a client orders 2 eligible items, the lowest priced item will be 30% off. If a client orders 4 eligible items, the 2 lowest priced items will be 30% off. Not applicable to previously purchased merchandise. Not applicable to EE Distribution orders. This offer cannot be used with any other offer. Offer may be modified or canceled at any time.
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Having enjoyed playing with LEGO from his earliest years, Jeremy started collecting LEGO Star Wars in 1999 when the theme was first released. He has shared his thoughts and opinions on LEGO via a number of websites – including starwars.com, rebelscum.com and brickset.com – contributed to the LEGO Star Wars: The Visual Dictionary series and served the LEGO Ambassador Network as a Recognised LEGO Fan Media representative.