Day, confirming not only the price thresholds for its trio of already-revealed gifts-with-purchase, but also a host of other deals, offers, rewards and sweepstakes across the May the 4th period. This year’s annual event from a galaxy far, far away takes place from May 1 to 7, 2023.
This 289-piece recreation of the second Death Star is a desk-friendly display piece with a relatively low spend threshold (at least compared to 2022’s 40531 Lars Family Homestead Kitchen). You’ll need to spend a total of £130 / $150 / €150 on
purchases above £80 / $85 / €85 from May 1 to 7 (or while stocks last), 5007840 Return of the Jedi 40th Collectible GWP includes a double-sided silver coin, embossed with an image of the second Death Star. It’s secured in a blue case with a hologram image of the fully armed and operational battle station from Episode VI, which is then packaged in a black outer box. It’s not
The third and final gift-with-purchase available during May the 4th 2023 is 30654 X-wing Starfighter, a microscale rendition of this year’s Ultimate Collector Series set. Coming in at just 82 pieces, this tiny rebel ship is free with
sets. If you’ve got a stash of points burning a hole in your virtual pocket, this could be a great time to make them go further than the standard redemption values, as you’ll be able to earn a 20% discount on selected
VIP sweepstakes will be running during the May the 4th period, each offering a different prize – and requiring a different amount of points to enter. Zero points are needed to get your name in the hat for a signed copy of the now-retired
The third sweepstake is maybe the most interesting, with an incredibly rare sterling silver R2-D2 minifigure up for grabs. Entries to that one cost 50 points each. Check out the table below for the full details on each VIP sweepstake, including when they’ll be running.
. You’ll need to spend a whopping 3,500 points to get your hands on that one, from May 1 to 7 inclusive (or while stocks last – the specific number available has not been disclosed).
For just 10 VIP points, you can also download a digital poster featuring every single UCS and minifigure-scale X-wing to date (also available from May 1 to 7), while spending 150 points will allow you to create a
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