The latest double VIP points offer has started in the UK and Europe and there are some huge LEGO sets to make the most of the event.
We’ve already discussed why a double VIP points event is the best time to buy LEGO, with it being an opportunity to stock up on plenty of VIP credit for future purchases. Whether you’ve been waiting for the right time to purchase that dream model or want to save on an upcoming build, some massive creations can help you gather plenty of points in a single purchase.
Here’s a selection of the biggest LEGO models currently in stock to help you bolster your supply of VIP points while credit is doubled for a limited time. Alternatively, you can click here to see the largest builds ever released.
Star Wars 75252 Imperial Star Destroyer
As one of the next LEGO sets scheduled for retirement in 2022, 75252 Imperial Star Destroyer is a sizable creation with a hefty price tag, and during a double VIP points event, bigger is better when it comes to cost.
While regional conversions differ, every pound spent on LEGO.com during a double credit event is worth 16 points, meaning that for the UK price of £614.99 this set could earn you just over £60 in discounts to spend on any future order on LEGO.com, including future UCS Star Wars sets.
Technic 42115 Lamborghini Sián FKP 37
For those with a slightly smaller budget to stock up on VIP points, 42115 Lamborghini Sián FKP 37 is still available on LEGO.com as a Technic recreation of the supercar with rumours suggesting that another will launch before the end of the year.
Those needing to catch up with the collection can pick up the build for £349.99 / $379.99 / €379.99 with double VIP points and earn enough credit for a £35 discount in the future.
Now back in stock around the world, 75313 AT-AT is another huge LEGO Star Wars UCS set that fully realises the iconic walker at minifigure-scale, complete with an equipped interior and a feature that makes it perfect for posing.
At £699.99 in the UK, $799.99 in the US and €799.99 in Europe, 75313 AT-AT is one of the most expensive sets currently available, but that means it can score you a £70 discount to use on any order with double VIP points.
71741 NINJAGO City Gardens
Moving from a galaxy far, far away to an original story developed by the team at the LEGO Group, NINJAGO celebrating its 10th anniversary in 2021 with the biggest build in the theme to date. 71741 NINJAGO City Gardens was intended as an add-on to the NINJAGO City collection of sets and is filled with references to brick history and the NINJAGO show.
71741 NINJAGO City Gardens costs £264.99 / $299.99 / €299.99, putting it at the lower end of the price on this list. For those who have been waiting to catch up on LEGO NINJAGO, during the current (or upcoming for the US) event, you will earn 4,240 points in the UK, which is enough for a £25 voucher for LEGO.com or LEGO stores.
75192 Millennium Falcon
It’s hard to mention a list of huge LEGO sets with high price points without including 75192 Millennium Falcon. As an updated version of a classic Star Wars model with new minifigures and accessories to represent the sequel trilogy of films, the build can be displayed around the home as a conversation piece or to show your dedication to the popular franchise.
When it comes to double VIP points, the cost of 75192 Millennium Falcon weighs in at £699.99 / $799.99 / €799.99. The UK price recently increased, meaning even more points for future discounts. Ordering this set during a double VIP points event will earn you 11,200 in credit, which is exactly enough for a £70 voucher.