LEGO May the 4th deals

‘May the Force be with you.’ These days, that’s more than just an iconic line from a galaxy far, far away. It’s also the ethos behind May the 4th or Star Wars Day (‘May the 4th be with you’), when the LEGO Group celebrates all things Star Wars with new products, must-have deals and even a free gift or three.

The LEGO Star Wars team is going big again for May the 4th in 2024, with brand new sets, offers, gifts-with-purchase and exclusive LEGO Insiders rewards and deals. John Lewis has already launched its May the 4th sale too, and the Disney Store and Zavvi will likely be close behind. You’ll find all the best LEGO May the 4th 2024 deals right here.

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Best LEGO May the 4th deals

LEGO May the 4th 2024

LEGO May the 4th is back for 2024, with this year’s event now confirmed to run from May 1 to 5. You’ll be able to get your hands on up to nine new LEGO Star Wars sets while receiving up to three different free gifts when shopping at and in LEGO Stores, while also scoring double points – equivalent to 10% cashback – on selected sets.

Scroll down to check out the brand new LEGO Star Wars sets coming our way in May, along with all the details on this year’s May the 4th offers.

LEGO May the 4th 2024 new sets

A total of nine brand new LEGO Star Wars sets are now confirmed to be dropping for this year’s May the 4th event. Leading the pack is 2024’s first Ultimate Collector Series set, 75382 TIE Interceptor, which revisits a ship last spotted at this scale in 2000. The 1,931-piece model includes an exclusive TIE Fighter Pilot minifigure, along with a tiny MSE droid (or Mouse Droid to you and us). A polybag version of the same ship is also en route in 30685 TIE Interceptor.

75380 Mos Espa Podrace Diorama, 75381 Droideka and 75383 Darth Maul’s Sith Infiltrator are all celebrating The Phantom Menace’s 25th anniversary, meanwhile, consisting of a microscale diorama, buildable character and playset respectively. The latter includes a 25th-anniversary minifigure of Saw Gerrera, who has popped up across Star Wars movies, TV shows, comics and video games but is only now being turned into a tiny plastic LEGO person.

75378 BARC Speeder Escape is inspired by the flashback scenes from The Mandalorian Season 3, in which Jedi Master Kelleran Beq rescued Grogu from the Jedi Temple during Order 66. Rounding out the pack are 40675 Clone Commander Cody and 40676 The Phantom Menace, which between them are adding seven new characters to the BrickHeadz range. The Episode I set includes Qui-Gon Jinn, Darth Maul, Queen Amidala, Jar Jar Binks, Captain Panaka and Anakin Skywalker in his podracing gear.

They’ll all be joined by 40686 Trade Federation Troop Carrier, this year’s headline May the 4th gift-with-purchase. Check out all the new LEGO Star Wars May the 4th 2024 sets in the table below.

LEGO setPricePiecesRelease date
30685 TIE InterceptorTBC48May 1, 2024
40675 Clone Commander Cody
£9.99 / $9.99 / €9.99147May 1, 2024
40676 The Phantom Menace£49.99 / $54.99 / €54.99732May 1, 2024
40686 Trade Federation Troop CarrierFree with orders above £145 / $160 / €160262May 1, 2024
75378 BARC Speeder Escape£24.99 / $29.99 / €29.99221May 1, 2024
75380 Mos Espa Podrace Diorama£69.99 / $69.99 / €79.99718May 1, 2024
75381 Droideka£59.99 / $59.99 / €64.99583May 1, 2024
75382 TIE Interceptor£199.99 / $229.99 / €229.991,931May 1, 2024
75383 Darth Maul’s Sith Infiltrator£59.99 / $69.99 / €69.99640May 1, 2024

LEGO May the 4th 2024 free gifts

This year’s LEGO Star Wars May the 4th free gifts include 40686 Trade Federation Troop Carrier, 5008818 Battle of Yavin and 30680 AAT. All three of those will be available with qualifying orders from May 1 to 5 at and in LEGO Stores, or while stocks last.

40686 Trade Federation Troop Carrier takes direct inspiration from 2001’s 7126 Battle Droid Carrier, and comes complete with two Battle Droid Pilots and six standard B1 Battle Droids. The 262-piece build is accompanied by the printed LEGO Star Wars 25th anniversary brick, and will be free with LEGO Star Wars orders above £145 / $160 / €160.

5008818 Battle of Yavin is a collectible coin that places us in the cockpit of Darth Vader’s TIE Advanced as it pursues Luke Skywalker’s X-wing down the Death Star’s trench. The front of the gift apparently includes a ‘moveable target’ to line up over the X-wing, though what exactly that’s referring to isn’t quite clear at this stage. We’ll have our hands on it soon to confirm exactly what to expect, but either way, this freebie will be available when spending at least £80 / $90 / €90 on LEGO Star Wars sets.

Finally, 2024’s first LEGO Star Wars polybag 30680 AAT will be free with LEGO Star Wars orders above £35 / $40 / €40. All three of these free gifts stack, so you can grab all of them in one go by spending at least £145 / $160 / €160 on LEGO Star Wars sets from May 1 to 5 (or while stocks last).

LEGO May the 4th GWPSpending thresholdAvailability
40686 Trade Federation Troop CarrierSold outMay 1 to 5
5008818 Battle of Yavin£80 / €90May 1 to 5
30680 AAT£35 / $40 / €40May 1 to 5

LEGO May the 4th deals – UK and Europe

Discount codes are still available in the Insiders Rewards Centre for eight different sets in the UK and Europe, including the retiring 75290 Mos Eisley Cantina, along with recent releases like 75357 Ghost & Phantom II and 75354 Coruscant Guard Gunship. You’ll need to claim a code for each of the sets you want to buy, then enter it into the promo code box at checkout. These deals are available from April 30 to May 5, or while stocks last. (The code for 75313 AT-AT has already run out.)

LEGO Star Wars setRRPSale price
75290 Mos Eisley Cantina£344.99 / €399.99£274.99 / €319.99
75341 Luke Skywalker’s Landspeeder£209.99 / €239.99£169.99 / €189.99
75354 Coruscant Guard Gunship£129.99 / €149.99£104.99 / €119.99
75355 X-wing Starfighter£209.99 / €239.99£169.99 / €189.99
75357 Ghost & Phantom II£149.99 / €169.99£119.99 / €134.99
75364 New Republic E-wing vs. Shin Hati’s Starfighter£94.99 / €104.99£74.99 / €84.99
75365 Yavin 4 Rebel Base£149.99 / €169.99£119.99 / €134.99
75371 Chewbacca£179.99 / €209.99£144.99 / €169.99

LEGO May the 4th deals – US

The LEGO May the 4th sales are now live in the US, with discounts on selected models – available by claiming codes in the Insiders Rewards Centre – and quadruple Insiders points on others. Double points on a range of other sets are also available from May 1 to 5.

LEGO May the 4th 4x Insiders points

Five sets are available with quadruple points – equivalent to 20% cashback to spend on future purchases – from April 30 to May 5. That’s one day ahead of the main May the 4th deals.

LEGO Star Wars setPriceQuadruple pointsPoints value
75290 Mos Eisley Cantina$399.9910,400$80
75313 AT-AT$849.9922,100$170
75354 Coruscant Guard Gunship$139.993,640$28
75355 X-wing Starfighter$239.996,240$48
75364 New Republic E-wing vs. Shin Hati’s Starfighter$109.992,860$22

LEGO May the 4th 2x Insiders points

From May 1 to 5, you can score double Insiders points on a wide variety of LEGO Star Wars sets around the world. Notable exclusions to this offer are 75192 Millennium Falcon, 75308 R2-D2, 75337 AT-TE Walker and 75367 Venator-Class Republic Attack Cruiser, but it does include all of the new May 2024 releases.

LEGO Star Wars setPriceDouble pointsPoints value
40547 Obi-Wan Kenobi & Darth Vader£17.99 / $19.99288 / 260 / 300£1.80 / $2 / €2
40615 Tusken Raider£9.99 / $9.99 / €9.99160 / 130 / 150£1 / $1 / €1
40675 Clone Commander Cody£9.99 / $9.99 / €9.99160 / 130 / 150£1 / $1 / €1
40676 The Phantom Menace£49.99 / $54.99 / €54.99800 / 704 / 814£5 / $5.50 / €5.50
75304 Darth Vader Helmet£69.99 / $79.99 / €79.991,120 / 1,040 / 1,200£7 / $8 / €8
75325 The Mandalorian’s N-1 Starfighter£59.99 / $59.99 / €64.99960 / 780 / 974£6 / $6 / €6.50
75328 The Mandalorian Helmet£59.99 / $69.99 / €69.99960 / 910 / 1,050£6 / $7 / €7
75333 Obi-Wan Kenobi’s Jedi Starfighter£29.99 / $29.99 / €34.99480 / 390 / 524$3 / $3 / €3.50
75344 Boba Fett’s Starship Microfighter£8.99 / $9.99 / €9.99144 / 130 / 150£0.90 / $1 / €1
75346 Pirate Snub Fighter£29.99 / $34.99 / €34.99480 / 454 / 524£3 / $3.50 / €3.50
75347 TIE Bomber£59.99 / $64.99 / €64.99960 / 910 / 974£6 / $6.50 / €6.50
75349 Captain Rex Helmet£59.99 / $69.99 / €69.99960 / 910 / 1,050£6 / $7 / €7
75350 Clone Commander Cody Helmet£59.99 / $69.99 / €69.99960 / 910 / 1,050£6 / $7 / €7
75351 Princess Leia (Boushh) Helmet£59.99 / $69.99 / €69.99960 / 910 / 1,050£6 / $7 / €7
75353 Endor Speeder Chase Diorama£69.99 / $79.99 / €79.991,120 / 1,040 / 1,200£7 / $8 / €8
75356 Executor Super Star Destroyer£59.99 / $69.99 / €69.99960 / 910 / 1,050£6 / $7 / €7
75358 Tenoo Jedi Temple£37.99 / $39.99 / €42.99608 / 520 / 644£3.80 / $4 / €4.30
75360 Yoda’s Jedi Starfighter£29.99 / $34.99 / €34.99480 / 454 / 524£3 / $3.50 / €3.50
75361 Spider Tank£46.99 / $49.99 / €52.99762 / 650 / 794£4.70 / $5 / €5.30
75362 Ahsoka Tano’s T-6 Jedi Shuttle£64.99 / $79.99 / €74.991,040 / 1,040 / 1,124 £6.50 / $8 / €7.50
75363 The Mandalorian’s N-1 Starfighter Microfighter£12.99 / $15.99 / €15.99208 / 208 / 240$1.60 / $1.60 €1.60
75368 Darth Vader Mech£12.99 / $15.99 / €15.99208 / 208 / 240$1.60 / $1.60 €1.60
75369 Boba Fett Mech£12.99 / $15.99 / €15.99208 / 208 / 240$1.60 / $1.60 €1.60
75370 Stormtrooper Mech£12.99 / $15.99 / €15.99208 / 208 / 240$1.60 / $1.60 €1.60
75372 Clone Trooper & Battle Droid Battle Pack£24.99 / $29.99 / €29.99400 / 390 / 450$3 / $4 / €4
75375 Millennium Falcon£74.99 / $84.99 / €84.991,200 / 1,104 / 1,274£7.50 / $8.50 / €8.50
75376 Tantive IV£69.99 / $79.99 / €79.991,120 / 1,040 / 1,200£7 / $8 / €8
75377 Invisible Hand£46.99 / $49.99 / €52.99762 / 650 / 794£4.70 / $5 / €5.30
75378 BARC Speeder Escape£24.99 / $29.99 / €29.99400 / 390 / 450$3 / $4 / €4
75380 Mos Espa Podrace Diorama£69.99 / $79.99 / €79.991,120 / 1,040 / 1,200£7 / $8 / €8
75381 Droideka£59.99 / $64.99 / €64.99960 / 844 / 974£6 / $6.50 / €6.50
75382 TIE Interceptor£199.99 / $229.99 / €229.993,200 / 2,990 / 3,450£20 / $23 / €23
75383 Darth Maul’s Sith Infiltrator£59.99 / $69.99 / €69.99960 / 910 / 1,050£6 / $7 / €7
75384 The Crimson Firehawk£46.99 / $49.99 / €52.99762 / 650 / 794£4.70 / $5 / €5.30
75387 Boarding the Tantive IV£49.99 / $54.99 / €54.99800 / 704 / 814£5 / $5.50 / €5.50

LEGO May the 4th US discounts

Three different LEGO Star Wars sets are on sale via codes available at the Insiders Rewards Centre from April 30 to May 5. Top of the pack is 75357 Ghost & Phantom II, which is currently scheduled to retire in 2024.

LEGO Star Wars setRRPSale price
75352 Emperor’s Throne Room Diorama$99.99$84.99
75371 Chewbacca$199.99$164.99

May the 4th Disney Store LEGO deals

May the 4th is usually the best time of year to shop at the Disney Store, and this year is proving no exception. The best deals include 20% off three of the the titans of the LEGO Star Wars theme, 75192 Millennium Falcon and the rarely-discounted 75313 AT-AT and 75367 Venator-Class Republic Attack Cruiser, while the retailer has also slashed prices on 75331 The Razor Crest, 75308 R2-D2, and the LEGO Star Wars Diorama Collection.

Supplies are typically limited at the Disney Store, so make sure you don’t miss out on this year’s LEGO May the 4th deals by clicking through the deal cards and table below to find the deal you’re looking for.

SetRRPDiscountSale priceSavingLink
75192 Millennium Falcon£734.9920%£587.99£147Buy now
75331 The Razor Crest£519.9920%£415.99£104Buy now
75341 Luke Skywalker’s Landspeeder£209.9920%£167.99£42Buy now
75308 R2-D2£209.9920%£167.99£42Buy now
75372 Clone Trooper & Battle Droid Battle Pack£24.9920%£19.99£5Buy now

May the 4th John Lewis LEGO deals

John Lewis was the first retailer to kick off May the 4th with LEGO Star Wars deals, offering 20% off dozens of LEGO Star Wars sets, from huge UCS models like 75192 Millennium Falcon and 75331 The Razor Crest to tempting battlepacks like 75372 Clone Trooper & Battle Droid Battle Pack.

Check out the table and deal cards below for details on this year’s LEGO Star Wars John Lewis deals, or click straight through to start shopping.

Set nameRRPDiscountSale priceSavingLink
75192 Millennium Falcon£734.9920%£587.99£147Buy now
75331 The Razor Crest£519.9920%£415.99£104Buy now
75290 Mos Eisley Cantina£344.9920%£275.99£69Buy now
75371 Chewbacca£179.9920%£143.99£36Buy now
75365 Yavin 4 Rebel Base£149.9920%£119.99£30Buy now
75257 Millennium Falcon£149.9920%£119.99£30Buy now
75337 AT-TE Walker£119.9920%£95.99£24Buy now
75364 New Republic E-Wing vs. Shin Hati’s Starfighter£94.9920%£75.99£19Buy now
75352 Emperor’s Throne Room Diorama£89.9920%£71.99£18Buy now
75348 Mandalorian Fang Fighter vs. TIE Interceptor£89.9920%£71.99£18Buy now
75304 Darth Vader Helmet£69.9920%£55.99£14Buy now
75353 Endor Speeder Chase Diorama£69.9920%£55.99£14Buy now
75362 Ahsoka Tano’s T-6 Jedi Shuttle£64.9920%£51.99£13Buy now
75347 TIE Bomber£59.9920%£47.99£12Buy now
75328 The Mandalorian Helmet£59.9920%£47.99£12Buy now
75349 Captain Rex Helmet£59.9920%£47.99£12Buy now
75350 Clone Commander Cody Helmet£59.9920%£47.99£12Buy now
75325 The Mandalorian’s N-1 Starfighter£59.9920%£47.99£12Buy now
75346 Pirate Snub Fighter£29.9920%£23.99£6Buy now
75372 Clone Trooper & Battle Droid Battle Pack£24.9920%£19.99£5Buy now
75359 332nd Ahsoka’s Clone Trooper Battle Pack£20.9920%£16.79£4.20Buy now
75345 501st Clone Troopers Battle Pack£17.9920%£14.39£3.60Buy now

May the 4th Zavvi LEGO deals

Zavvi’s May the 4th 2023 sale included modest discounts on a select number of LEGO Star Wars sets, with the best deal being 10% off 75308 R2-D2. Fingers crossed for a few more tempting offers in 2024, as the retailer has a pretty strong selection of LEGO Star Wars sets available right now – including 75372 Clone Trooper & Battle Droid Battle Pack…

May the 4th double points

The LEGO Group will be offering double points on ‘selected LEGO Star Wars sets’ in 2024, which is equivalent to 10% cashback in the form of points to spend on future purchases – and is basically the best deal you’ll find on LEGO exclusives like 75313 AT-AT and the brand new 75382 TIE Interceptor.

So far, double points are rumoured to be available on most (but not all) LEGO Star Wars sets in the US, with quadruple points on five specific models. Click here (or scroll back up this page) for a complete rundown, but remember that these deals are not confirmed yet.

You’ll need to be signed up to the LEGO Insiders program to take advantage. Click here to learn more about LEGO Insiders, which replaced LEGO VIP in 2023.

May the 4th LEGO Insiders rewards

Two LEGO Insiders rewards are going to be available during May the 4th in exchange for LEGO Insiders points. There’s a collectible coin featuring the first LEGO Star Wars logo for 1,500 points and a more expensive poster including all kinds of minifigures designed by artist Joe Hogan for 1,800 points.

You’ll need to be signed up for a LEGO Insiders account, of which membership is free, to get these two rewards. While you could theoretically earn enough points during the event for one or both of the rewards, you might be best earning the points in advance in case they sell out.

LEGO Insiders rewardPoint cost
LEGO Star Wars May the 4th Insiders Collectible Coin1,500 points
LEGO Star Wars May the 4th Insiders poster1,800 points

May the 4th LEGO sweepstakes

The LEGO Group usually runs at least one sweepstakes to celebrate May the 4th. In 2023, the company ran three different competitions, giving away a signed copy of the now-retired 75252 Imperial Star Destroyer, a super-rare sterling silver R2-D2 minifigure and a bundle of LEGO Star Wars gear. Check back for details on this year’s LEGO May the 4th sweepstakes closer to the event.

May the 4th history

While the roots of the line that inspired the event can be traced all the way back to 1977, the concept of a May the 4th event is much more modern. The first events took place in 2011, including an organised celebration in Toronto’s Underground Cinema, and Disney wasted no time in jumping on the idea when it acquired Lucasfilm in 2012. For example, visitors to Disney parks can enjoy special events like Stormtrooper processions, exclusive merchandise and themed food and drink on Star Wars Day.

May the 4th events first appeared in 2011, including an organised celebration in Toronto’s Underground Cinema. The Walt Disney Company has also enthusiastically embraced the idea following its purchase of Lucasfilm in 2012, as visitors to Disney parks can enjoy special events like stormtrooper processions, exclusive merchandise and themed food and drink on Star Wars Day.

More recently, May the 4th has proven a popular release date for several pieces of Star Wars media. TV shows like The Clone Wars and The Bad Batch debuted chunks of content on this date, while The Rise of Skywalker debuted on Disney+ on May the 4th as well. 

Elsewhere, May the 4th is often when Star Wars products are released or discounted. Owners of consoles like the PlayStation 5 can look forward to discounts on various Star Wars video games. More pertinently, the LEGO Group has also explored Star Wars Day events since 2011. New entries in the Ultimate Collector Series release on or around this time and unique promotional items can frequently be found on May the 4th too.

LEGO May the 4th sets

For LEGO Star Wars fans, May the 4th is a chance to check out the latest Ultimate Collector Series model. The first UCS model to release as part of a Star Wars Day promotion was 10225 R2-D2, in 2012. This large-scaled recreation of the astromech is designed for display, though still offers play functionality with extending tools and a turning head.

R2-D2 was joined a year later by 10240 Red Five X-wing Starfighter, a new large-scale version of the classic Rebel ship. This model offers unfolding wings, extensive detailing and naturally comes with a display stand. However, its canopy stickers are notoriously difficult to apply, and two copies of them are included with each set as a result.

Many other original trilogy icons have cropped up during this period. 75059 Sandcrawler appeared in 2014, offering a massive version of the Jawa vehicle. It comes with working steering, various cranes and ramps, and plenty of droids to play with. 75095 TIE Fighter appeared in 2015; while not quite as feature-filled, its massive wingspan allows it to make a statement on display. 

Not every May the 4th release has been a success, though. 75098 Assault on Hoth appeared in 2016, recreating Echo Base from The Empire Strikes Back. While it focused on functions, it drew widespread criticism at the time for its scattershot design and egregious inaccuracies. An RRP of £229.99 / $249.99 / €249.99 didn’t help things, either.

Recent Star Wars Day releases have fared much better in comparison. 75308 R2-D2 offers a new take on a large-scale LEGO R2-D2, with slightly more accurate shaping than before. Like the original, it features several points of interactivity: a rotating head, extendable tools and a third foot that can be retracted.

2022’s 75341 Luke Skywalker’s Landspeeder realises the iconic A New Hope vehicle at UCS scale for the first time, and also includes an incredibly detailed C-3PO minifigure, while last year’s 75355 X-wing Starfighter is the third (and most accurately-sized) iteration of the iconic rebel ship at this scale. 2024 sees the debut of 75382 TIE Interceptor, the first UCS rendition of this vehicle since 2000’s 7181 TIE Interceptor.

LEGO May the 4th free gifts

LEGO Star Wars Day promotions have historically offered a mix of iconic scenes and obscure characters. The first LEGO May the 4th promotion arrived in the form of a ‘Shadow ARF Trooper’, which appears to be a unique variant of a Clone Trooper. Interestingly it appears to be the LEGO Group’s creation, bringing together elements of other Clone Troopers from this period. 

Later May the 4th promotional sets and minifigures are a little more recognisable. 2012 brought us a minifigure of TC-14, the silver protocol droid from the beginning of The Phantom Menace. Like many other Star Wars Day promotional minifigures, they have never reappeared in LEGO form. Other May the 4th highlights of the early ‘10s include obscure minifigures such as Darth Revan (created for the Knights of the Old Republic video game) and Admiral Yularen, who appears briefly in A New Hope.

As we approach the ‘20s, the form factor of May the 4th promotions starts to change a little. 30611 R2-D2 appeared in 2017 and offers a mid-scaled LEGO version of the astromech droid. He would be joined by a similarly-scaled BB-8 (40288 BB-8) a year later. The most recent Star Wars Day promotions, meanwhile, have offered micro-scaled vignettes of key Star Wars scenes. 

40333 Battle of Hoth – 20th Anniversary Edition released – in case you hadn’t guessed by the name – during the 20th anniversary of the LEGO Star Wars theme in 2019. The set includes a small AT-AT, a pair of Snowspeeders, the Echo Base shield generator and even a tiny Imperial Probe Droid. All of these are positioned on a stretch of snowy terrain, which – in an unusual move – features studs on its sides instead of on top.

Similar vignettes have appeared in the following years. 40407 Death Star II Battle (released in 2020) depicts a thrilling dogfight between an A-wing and a TIE interceptor, as well as chunks of scaffolding on the surface of the second Death Star.

40451 Tatooine Homestead offers a more peaceful scene. Released in 2021, this is one of the very rare occasions that Luke’s Tatooine home is depicted in LEGO form. A stretch of the Tatooine landscape can be found here, along with a Sandcrawler, Luke’s landspeeder and a pair of moisture vaporators. Characters like Luke, the Jawas and the droids are represented with simple studs.

In 2022, the LEGO Group moved away from microscale dioramas to a minifigure-scale vignette in 40531 Lars Family Homestead Kitchen, which includes the first-ever Aunt Beru minifigure. Last year’s headline gift-with-purchase pivoted again to a buildable display model of a Return of the Jedi icon in 40591 Death Star II.

For 2024, the LEGO Group is bringing us a revamp of a classic LEGO Star Wars set with 40686 Trade Federation Troop Carrier, which is inspired by 2001’s 7126 Battle Droid Carrier. It includes 262 pieces and come with eight Battle Droids.

May the 4th LEGO deals

There’s usually plenty to look forward to when it comes to the LEGO Group and its Star Wars Day LEGO deals. The double LEGO points offer is always a huge hit and is on the cards again for 2024, while the LEGO Group will also be offering free gift-with-purchase sets over this event.

The recent microscale scenes and models have been extremely popular, while before that there were promotional minifigures to collect. From exclusive sets to free posters, we’ve also seen sweepstakes for prizes included in the annual May the 4th LEGO deals, and the same could be true again in 2024.

Star Wars Day 2024 FAQs

What is Star Wars Day?

Star Wars Day is on May the 4th each year, in reference to the iconic phrase from the film franchise, ‘May the Force be with you’. The LEGO Star Wars theme is the centre of attention over the May the 4th celebration, with the LEGO Group and other retailers offering various incentives during this period. 

When is Star Wars Day 2024?

Star Wars Day 2024 is on Saturday, May 4, 2024. The LEGO Group’s celebrations are rumoured to get underway on May 1, but final timing has yet to be confirmed.

What are the best LEGO deals for Star Wars Day 2024?

The best LEGO deals for Star Wars Day 2024 include new sets, gifts-with-purchase and double points at and in LEGO Stores. We can expect other retailers – including the Disney Store, Zavvi and John Lewis – to get involved, too.

Can I use LEGO Insiders points on Star Wars Day?

Yes, you can use your existing LEGO Insiders points on purchases you make on Star Wars Day. This year’s May the 4th event will see double points available on selected LEGO Star Wars sets from May 1 to 5, which is the equivalent of 10% cashback to spend on future purchases.

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