Time to save on retiring LEGO Star Wars set at Walmart

A LEGO Star Wars set due to retire at the end of 2024 is available at Walmart right now, with 20% off the price of 75347 TIE Bomber.

If you’ve not yet checked out Walmart’s range of impressive LEGO deals, then now’s the time to do so. The retailer has amazing discounts available on all kinds of highly-desirable sets and often even has hard-to-find and retired models in stock.

That’s certainly true when it comes to 75347 TIE Bomber, which is due to retire at the end of 2024, and the LEGO Star Wars build is available right now with 20% off. The model can usually be purchased for $64.99, but when you pick up your copy from Walmart, you’ll be able to snag the Imperial ship for just $51.99.

75347 TIE Bomber is a 625-piece set that features a brick-built version of the craft first seen in The Empire Strikes Back, complete with opening cockpit, torpedo-dropping function and two stud-shooters. In addition, the LEGO Star Wars set also comes with minifigures of Darth Vader, Vice Admiral Sloane and a TIE Bomber pilot, as well as a Gonk Droid figure and transport cart.

There’s no way of knowing how long 75347 TIE Bomber will remain in stock at Walmart at this amazing price, so be sure to head to the retailer’s site now and grab your copy of the LEGO Star Wars set. Standard delivery within the US is free for this model you can always pick up your order from your local Walmart store

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Matt Yeo
From video game journalism to kids’ publishing, I’ve been there, seen it, done it and worn the T-shirt. I was also the editor of the first-ever official LEGO magazine way back when, LEGO Adventures. I have a passion for movies, comic books, tech and video games, with a wallet that’s struggling to keep up with my LEGO set wish list.

Matt Yeo

From video game journalism to kids’ publishing, I’ve been there, seen it, done it and worn the T-shirt. I was also the editor of the first-ever official LEGO magazine way back when, LEGO Adventures. I have a passion for movies, comic books, tech and video games, with a wallet that’s struggling to keep up with my LEGO set wish list.

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