The best Black Friday Lego deals include savings on hard-to-find items, popular sets like “Star Wars,” and more

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Whether you’re a child or a child at heart, Lego lovers can find savings this Black Friday on select sets, from iconic Lego themes like City and Technic, to the Creators series and models based on popular series such as Star Wars and Harry Potter. And, most of these deals will last the entire Black Friday weekend at retailers including Lego, Kohl’s, Walmart, Target, Best Buy, and Amazon. (If you spend $150 or more online at Lego.com, you get a limited-edition Charles Dickens Tribute mini set.)

We’ve rounded up several of our favorite sets — including the hard-to-find Steamboat Willie — as well as Lego-related products. As long as the sales continue, we will update this page with new finds.

The best Black Friday 2020 Lego deals

Build it as one structure or let your imagination run free with this Creator set that lets you rebuild in multiple ways.

From the Marvel Spider-Man franchise comes the Lego version of the Stark Jet. The set includes Spidey, Happy Hogan, Nick Fury, and Mysterio.

Harry and Ron meet the Whomping Willow in the Flying Ford Anglia in the Lego Harry Potter Whomping Willow set. It comes with six minifigures and a portion of the Hogwarts castle.

The coffee shop in the popular TV show “Friends” comes to life (soft of) in this Lego remake, which includes the six main characters and their lovable barista.

This fun set combines traditional Lego play with augmented reality. With a companion app on your phone, you can unlock additional activities.

Watch the sequel to the popular Lego Movie three ways: in high-def Blu-ray, standard DVD, or digitally on your phone or computer.

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