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!

Amazon Exclusives

Amusement park fun: Lego Duplo Town Big Fair (10840)

An amusement-park style play set with larger Duplo pieces for smaller hands. Lots of colors, lots of fun.

$80 at Amazon

Global majesty: Lego Duplo Around the World (10805)

Four animal habitats from around the world with 17 animal figures, an airplane, buildings, and more. Bigger Duplo blocks for smaller hands.

$85 at Amazon

All aboard!: Lego Duplo Cargo Train (10875)

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.

$111 at Amazon

E-I-E-I-O: Lego Duplo Farm Adventures (10869)

This set includes three Duplo figures (a farmer and two kids) and five animals figures. There's a farmhouse and a barn and a ton of fun little accessories.

$60 at Amazon

For the budding architect: Lego Classic Creative Builder Box (10703)

This set contains a bunch of windows and doors, with three levels of building complexity, so this is the perfect gift for ages four and up, and the difficulty level can grow with your kids.

$40 at Amazon

Mech madness: Lego Ninjago Movie Garmadon (70656)

This set contains the Garmadon Shark Mech from the Ninjago movie, with snapping jaws, moving legs, and two cannons that actual shoot projectiles. There are also six Ninjago figures included.

$80 at Amazon

Lego in space: Lego Star Wars Jedi Starfighter with Hyperdrive (75191)

For the Star Wars fan in your life, this kit includes three minifigures (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.

$100 at Amazon

Final showdown: Lego Star Wars Darth Vader's Castle (75251)

This Lego fortress also comes with a buildable TIE Advanced Fighter and includes a Darth Vader figure and four other Imperial soldier figures. This set's for ages nine and up, since there are 1,060 pieces.

$130 at Amazon

BvS: Lego BrickHeadz Tactical Batman and Superman (41610)

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.

$20 at Amazon

Under the sea: Lego BrickHeadz Little Mermaid Ariel and Ursula (6225326)

This set comprises 361 pieces between the two figures and is recommended for ages 10 and up. Just like other BrickHeadz, these are compatible with all Lego sets.

$20 at Amazon

Who ya gonna call?: Lego BrickHeadz Ghostbusters Venkman and Slimer (41622)

This kit features Bill Murray's Peter Venkman character from Ghostbusters, as well as everyone's favorite gluttonous ghoul, Slimer, who's holding hot dogs. This set contains 228 pieces and is recommended for ages 10 and up.

$20 at Amazon

Target exclusives

Quaffle, Bludger, Snitch: Lego Harry Potter Quidditch Match (75956)

This set has the Quidditch pitch with the four House stands, goal hoops, and Harry, Hermione, Snape, Wood, Bole, and Flint figures.

$40 at Target

Plumb the depths: Lego Super Heroes DC Comics Aquaman (76095)

This set features an Aquaman and Mera figure, a hammerhead shark, Black Manta, and Manta's sub, which has two spring-loaded cannons.

$30 at Target

Wenh, Wenh, Wenh: Lego Batman Movie The Penguin Arctic Roller (70911)

In this set, you get Batman and the PEnguin, along with the PEnguin's Arctic Roller car, which has a removable roof and a cockpit big enough for a minifigure. The car shoots projectiles, and the Arctic Roller has an included mini escape pod.

$30 at Target

Escape the Sarlacc: Lego Star Wars Desert Skiff Escape (75174)

Relive the classic scene with the skiff, Han Solo, Chewie, Boba Fett, and a guard. The Sarlacc pit is even included, and the skiff has transparent pieces underneath so that it looks like it's hovering.

$30 at Target

Snowspeeder variant: Lego Star Wars Sandspeeder (75204)

This set is a variant on the Snowspeeders from Star Wars. It shoots projectiles, and the set comes with a toppling moisture vaporator and two minifigures.

$30 at Target

Fighting robot fun: Lego Ninjago Garma Mecha Man (70613)

From the Lego Nijago Movie, this Garma Mecha Man is recommended for ages nine and up. It contains 747 pieces altogether as well as four minifigures.

$60 at Target

Dino-mite: Lego Jurassic World Baby Velociraptor Playpen (30382)

This is a nice little addition to any other Jurassic World playsets you may already have. It only has 48 pieces and is relatively small when set up.

$4 at Target

BFFs: Lego Friends Super Pack 5-pack (66558)

This set has five Lego Friends sets, which includes a shareable heart charm and five Lego Friends characters,

$50 at Target

Rub-a-dub-dub: Lego Friends Spinning Brushes Car Wash (41350)

This set contains real moving car wash brushes, as well as two minifigures and a rabbit. There's also a bucket, sponge, polish bottle, and more. It's the full car wash experience.

$30 at Target

Headmaster and student: Lego BrickHeadz Harry Potter Ron Weasley and Albus Dumbledore (41621)

These 2-inch figures are a lot like Funko Pops, but they're Lego. There are 245 pieces in total, and these figures are compatible with all Lego sets.

$20 at Target

Wizarding world: Lego BrickHeadz Harry Potter Fantastic Beasts New and Grindelwald (41631)

This 247-piece set has Newt Scamander and Gellert Grindelwald from the Fantastic Beasts sequel "The Crimes of Grindelwald." Each character comes with a detachable wand.

$20 at Target

Get the DeLorean!: Lego BrickHeadz Marty McFly and Doc Brown (41611)

This set is perfect for Back to the Future fans. It has 240 pieces and Marty and Doc Brown each have their own base to stand on, though they're compatible with all other Lego playsets too.

$20 at Target

Snuggle up: Lego Ninjago Throw Pillow

Not a Lego set, per se, but it's a character from the Lego Ninjago movie in pillow form. It's 100% polyester and perfect for and kid's bedroom.

$20 at Target

He is the night: Lego Batman Movie Block Knight Throw Pillow

This super soft pillow is 13 inches long, so it's more like a stuffed animal than a pillow. It's everyone's favorite Dark Knight in Lego form.

$10 at Target

Lego's a world phenomenon, and there are so many sets, characters, and themes to choose from. If you're looking for exclusives, then be sure to check out Vader's Castle 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!

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