Lego is the perennial favorite toy of both kids and adults, with a rabid fanbase that might not mind shelling out upwards of $900 for the Millennium Falcon. Sometimes certain retailers, like Amazon and Target, will get exclusive Lego sets, and you won't be able to find them anywhere else. So Lego fans, here are the Amazon- and Target-exclusive Lego sets you can get right now!
105-piece set that includes 2 cargo wagons, a harbor, a boat, a café, 2 cranes, and 24 track pieces. There's even a remote control app.
Lego in space
For the Star Wars fan in your life, this kit includes three mini-figures (Obi-Wan Kenobi, Jango Fett, and young Boba Fett), plus a droid figure and two spring-loaded shooters. The is a bigger set for ages nine and up.
This 209-piece kit lets you build Batman and Superman from the Justice League movie, featuring "Tactical" Batman with his goggles on. These heroes are just over 2 inches tall and are compatible with all Lego building sets.
Lego's a world phenomenon, and there are so many sets, characters, and themes to choose from. Whether it is Star Wars, Harry Potter, trains, or beginner DUPLO sets for young builders, there is a LEGO set for just about everyone.
If you're looking for exclusives, then be sure to check out Star Wars: The Mandalorian The Razor Crest from Amazon. Star Wars brought Lego back from the brink of collapse, so it's only fitting to grab all the Star Wars blocks you can get your hands on!
Ever want to build out an epic Quidditch stadium of your own? Then check out the Target exclusive Harry Potter Quidditch Match. This set includes not only Harry himself, but also three other favorites like Snape, as well as the towers from all of the houses.
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