LEGO Star Wars 75356 Executor Super Star Destroyer pre-orders have sold out already

LEGO Star Wars 75356 Executor Super Star Destroyer is no longer available to pre-order in the US, suggesting the microscale capital ship has already sold through its initial allocation.

Revealed by surprise earlier this week (the rumour mill completely missed it), 75356 Executor Super Star Destroyer takes its cues from 77904 Nebulon-B Frigate, a set originally designed for San Diego Comic-Con (and subsequently sold exclusively in the US). That makes Darth Vader’s flagship the first set in this style to hit the mass market, and it’s clearly proving popular.

Pre-orders for the 630-piece set originally went live on March 1, but the option to secure your copy early has already vanished from in the US. Instead, the landing page for the product simply states that it’s ‘Coming soon on May 1’, suggesting pre-orders have already sold out. If you want to add 75356 Executor Super Star Destroyer to your collection on day one, you’re probably going to have to be on the button at midnight on May 1.

The 18+ display set – which comes with two plaques, one denoting the name of the ship, and one marking the 40th anniversary of Return of the Jedi – is still available to pre-order in the UK and Europe, where it retails for £59.99 and €69.99 respectively. Given how quickly pre-orders sold out in the US, though, you’re probably best grabbing it sooner rather than later if you’ve got your eye on it.

Bonus: 75356 Executor Super Star Destroyer will get you roughly a third of the way to the threshold for 40586 Moving Truck, the current gift-with-purchase at That offer ends at midnight tonight (March 3), so time is very much of the essence with that one. The good news is that there are plenty of other new sets to take you up to the £160 / €180 required spend…

75356 Executor Super Star Destroyer launches May 1 for £59.99 / $69.99 / €69.99. Take a closer look at everything it has to offer in our visual tour of the latest LEGO Star Wars set.

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Chris Wharfe

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