Most Expensive Star Wars LEGO Sets
Being an avid collector means spending a lot of money on some awesome but very expensive things like High End Star Wars Lego Sets that are part of some limited collection. Even if you can’t afford to buy one, just looking at them and imagining you own it is pretty fun.
LEGO Star Wars Ultimate Collector’s Millennium Falcon
This is the Millennium Falcon! Of course it costs a lot of money! It’s the greatest spaceship in the universe, Star Wars or others. It’s also the biggest LEGO Star Wars model ever with over 5000 pieces and comes with Leia, Han, Luke, Obi-Wan and Chewie mini figures. You can buy and built it for $6,932.20!
LEGO Star Wars Ultimate Collector Series Tantive IV Rebel Blockade Runner
It’s a trap! Well, not exactly. You know the price, and you know it’s going to take you a very long time to build it. But for those who want a rebel blockade runner that’s meant to burst through Imperial sieges, maybe the $3,490.50 it costs doesn’t sound like much.
Lego Star Wars Death Star II
Built to scale with original, this death star model comes with 3,417-piece set and a display stand and sits 25 inches high, just so you know the $2,939.49 you pay for it aren’t going to waste.
LEGO Star Destroyer
For those who are into recreating scenes, there’s a mini blockade runner included. Voices? You can do them yourself. Buying it for $2,749.99? That’s for the 3,104 Pieces, which result in a model that’s over 3′ long.
The Y-Wing fighter didn’t really have a lot of success in the Star Wars films, but if you can pay $2,199.99 for it, maybe you have a rich enough imagination to imagine a better ending for the pilots onboard.
LEGO Star Wars Episode 1: Darth Maul Sculpture
Made out of 1860 pieces, this is probably one of the creepier ways of spending $2,149.99 on LEGO or anything Star Wars related.
LEGO Star Wars Rebel Snowspeeder (10129)
The T-47 airspeeder features two wing-mounted laser cannons and a rear harpoon cannon, a special display stand and a collector’s stand, made out of 1457 pieces so you can imagine knocking over AT-ATs. Buy it for $2,069.99
LEGO Star Wars: Cloud City
Not a lot of good things happen to our bunch when they visit Lando in Cloud City, but it’s a super cool place, one has to admit. It includes 7 mini figures and is made out of 698 pieces. You can buy it for $1649.99.
Not just a Star Destroyer, but a Super one, including mini figures of Darth Vader (almost worth the entire price), Admiral Piett, Dengar and Bossk. It’s made out of 3152 pieces for you to assemble, and measures nearly 50 inches (124.5 cm) long and weighs nearly 8 pounds (3.5kg). You can buy it for $1,040.