LEGO Star Wars Millennium Falcon 75105 £89.99 [Using Code] @ Tesco Direct
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LEGO Star Wars Millennium Falcon 75105 £89.99 [Using Code] @ Tesco Direct

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Found 9th May 2016
Use code: TDX-HTNH

As featured in Star Wars: The Force Awakens, this latest LEGO version of the Millennium Falcon is packed with new and exciting features. Its streamlined and detailed design includes rotating top and bottom laser turrets, dual spring-loaded shooters, sensor dish and detachable cockpit with space for 2 minifigures. Open up the hull plates to reveal even more great details inside, including the main hold with seating area and holochess board, more detailed hyperdrive, secret compartment, extra boxes and cables, and storage for spring-loaded shooter ammo.

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Wonder if Boost will start in time to stack with this. I could go for some £45 Falcon action.

EDIT Sadly it appears not. This expires on the 15th, Boost starts the next day.

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Edited by: "martyboy70" 9th May 2016

Maybe this is the cheapest around, and we're all supposed to be used to the fact that Lego is expensive, but £90 with a code!??
They can sod right off.

Ooooooo staff discount as well... Boom !

copperspock

Maybe this is the cheapest around, and we're all supposed to be used to … Maybe this is the cheapest around, and we're all supposed to be used to the fact that Lego is expensive, but £90 with a code!?? They can sod right off.



I'm glad someone else feels the same way.

Good price, got this on Flubit for £84. My boy is Lego/Star Wars MAD!

K1LLER HORNET

I'm glad someone else feels the same way.



Maybe you both can start a hate campaign on the price of Lego

good for me, thanks, my son wants this for bday and, yes lego is expensive, but this is a deals site to post things cheaper than rrp. rrp is £129, its £99.99 lots of places, but at 89.99 this is a DEAL cheapest at mo. so am happy and Will have very happy son too! thank you

paulrwarner

Maybe you both can start a hate campaign on the price of Lego



Is it hateful to not be a fan of exorbitant prices?

I want this soo much bit already have the older set and the Mrs wont let me get this one

copperspock

Is it hateful to not be a fan of exorbitant prices?



It's just a fact of life. The most popular brands for anything will always be overpriced.

Have some heat sir! great find,and for the people moaning about cost if it's too expensive don't buy it! simples

copperspock

Maybe this is the cheapest around, and we're all supposed to be used to … Maybe this is the cheapest around, and we're all supposed to be used to the fact that Lego is expensive, but £90 with a code!?? They can sod right off.



LEGO is a quality product and this set is a really large when it is built. It is definitely worth the money. If you want to get something cheaper do so by all means, but don't expect it to last, or hold its value like LEGO does.
Edited by: "iain_k" 9th May 2016

is this retiring soon or something.

Always tempted with these Falcon's but i'll stick with my UCS one for the time being.

As for LEGO being overpriced, they must be doing something right to be the biggest toy company on the planet. I've spent hundreds (maybe thousands) with them in the last few years, so not everyone feels the same way

copperspock

Maybe this is the cheapest around, and we're all supposed to be used to … Maybe this is the cheapest around, and we're all supposed to be used to the fact that Lego is expensive, but £90 with a code!?? They can sod right off.



I got this for £76 on ebay 20% off day and it is worth that. Compared to some of the other sets like Kylo's Shuttle and the First Order Transporter's RRP's, I'd say this one is OK at £90
Edited by: "snatch_master" 9th May 2016

I must have this all wrong, when my son wants a Lego Millennium Falcon he builds one from his Lego box, same with houses, cars, bikes etc. The point of Lego is ?

frostyclock

I must have this all wrong, when my son wants a Lego Millennium Falcon he … I must have this all wrong, when my son wants a Lego Millennium Falcon he builds one from his Lego box, same with houses, cars, bikes etc. The point of Lego is ?



You've literally just stated "the point of Lego" It's an entertaining pastime, using Lego shaped bricks to build various figures of interest...

So tell me what else can you build with an £89 Millennium Falcon set using imagination.

Edited by: "frostyclock" 9th May 2016

frostyclock

So tell me what else can you build with an £89 Millennium Falcon set … So tell me what else can you build with an £89 Millennium Falcon set using imagination.



A house

lol.

Not a terrible price for a 1300 piece franchise set. My Lego spending is on hold though. Budgeting for the £250 Technic Porsche 911 GT3 RS next month...

frostyclock

So tell me what else can you build with an £89 Millennium Falcon set … So tell me what else can you build with an £89 Millennium Falcon set using imagination.



You build it, play with it or display it or both, love to see you or your son make a Millennium Falcon, guarantee you couldn't do it without some form of instructions or extra pieces to make it look even remotely like a MF or have the functionality of this.

Why bother with commenting about prices, Lego is expensive and that's it, this is the cheapest around which is what this deal is about.
Edited by: "ando" 9th May 2016

Awesome price. I got one from amazon when it was £94 so this is clearly even better.

Good set, the detail inside the amazing.

Looks to have expired

expired. Now £99 with code

gr00ved

Not a terrible price for a 1300 piece franchise set. My Lego spending is … Not a terrible price for a 1300 piece franchise set. My Lego spending is on hold though. Budgeting for the £250 Technic Porsche 911 GT3 RS next month...



Where are you getting this from - this is a must buy!!!!

just about to buy one and the price has gone up, refuse to spend that extra 10.

Falcun

just about to buy one and the price has gone up, refuse to spend that … just about to buy one and the price has gone up, refuse to spend that extra 10.



​Haha me too

Was just watching "What Britain buys" on TV & they had a piece on Lego. A bloke on there said it was his first ever purchase. Cost to him £350! Said it's now worth £6000 if boxed! Can it be?

£60 free postage on ebay brand new 10 available

Kulaak

Was just watching "What Britain buys" on TV & they had a piece on Lego. A … Was just watching "What Britain buys" on TV & they had a piece on Lego. A bloke on there said it was his first ever purchase. Cost to him £350! Said it's now worth £6000 if boxed! Can it be?



Talking about the previous Millennium Falcon

jessyjay

£60 free postage on ebay brand new 10 available



Can't see that on ebay?

jessyjay

£60 free postage on ebay brand new 10 available



Sorry it's not the real one

jessyjay

Sorry it's not the real one



Just looked closer and it's fake

jessyjay

Just looked closer and it's fake


m
fillennium Malcolm?

ando

Talking about the previous Millennium Falcon


Whats the difference? A falcon is a falcon. Looks the same from memory.

Kulaak

Whats the difference? A falcon is a falcon. Looks the same from memory.



Different layout and different minifigures, this being from TFA and the amazon link being 4-6 amazon.co.uk/LEG…ego
Edited by: "ando" 9th May 2016

ando

Different layout and different minifigures … Different layout and different minifigures https://www.amazon.co.uk/LEGO-10179-ULTIMATE-COLLECTORS-MILLENNIUM/dp/B0017V21EY/ref=sr_1_3?ie=UTF8&qid=1462833191&sr=8-3&keywords=millenium+falcon+lego



Nice. But really £7000+ for a piece of Lego. Insane.
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