Chances are we won’t catch our first glimpse of the tie-in wave of LEGO sets for Star Wars: The Last Jedi for some time. For now, though, we can at least start budgeting for the sets that we all know we’re going to buy anyway, regardless of content.
The set numbers and euro prices for both the regular System sets and the buildable figures appeared on a German wholesale website, as first reported by starwarscollector.de. The regular System sets are on the pricier side of things, particularly the entry-level set. You’ll need more than a few weeks’ pocket money to take these home…
- LEGO Star Wars 75176 – €39.99
- LEGO Star Wars 75177 – €59.99
- LEGO Star Wars 75179 – €79.99
- LEGO Star Wars 75187 – €99.99
- LEGO Star Wars 75188 – €109.99
- LEGO Star Wars 75189 – €139.99
- LEGO Star Wars 75190 – €149.99
If you’re looking for a cheaper path into The Last Jedi’s LEGO range, it looks like you’ll have to make do with the buildable figures, which are a little more reasonable:
- LEGO Star Wars 75526 – €19.99
- LEGO Star Wars 75528 – €24.99
- LEGO Star Wars 75529 – €24.99
- LEGO Star Wars 75530 – €34.99
That last one seems pretty expensive as buildable figures go, however, on a par with 75112 General Grievous. Quite which Episode VIII character could match up to the good general in terms of stature remains to be seen, but feel free to fling your ideas into the comments.
In this age of supreme confidentiality when it comes to new Star Wars properties, even price lists can sometimes be considered leaks, so this list may not be around for very long. But while it’s here, we’re salivating over the possibilities of some of those higher price tags. First Order AT-AT, anyone?
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