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We are a couple of weeks into the new year and amazon.com appears to be moving a few sought-after Star Wars products at a bargain price.

Firstly, we found LEGO Star Wars Solo: A Star Wars Story Kessel Run Millennium Falcon 75212 Building Kit on sale at just $118.67 (previously selling at $169.99).  This is a great kit that enables you to build the falcon in all is glory from before it got somewhat battered in the Kessel Run.  It also has 7 mini-figures from the film including Chewbacca, Lando, Qi’ra and Han Solo himself. 

You can see more of this model on Fantha Tracks TV (you have subscribed, haven’t you?) where we had the pleasure of showing Dee Tails (who played Quay Tolsite in the film) his own mini-figure for the first time.

You can buy the Falcon for yourself here: https://amzn.to/2FvxtyR

Secondly, we found the Black Series Centrepiece Rey (Starkiller Base) down from $49.99 to $17.04.  This was the regular release version which forms half of the SDCC exclusive of Rey vs Ren (there is no Ren in this pack).  Again, you can see more of it in the video below but if this is missing from your collection at this price it’s a great time to purchase it.

You can buy the Rey Centrepiece for yourself herehttps://amzn.to/2ssGRLH

Lastly, if you are still looking to get hold of the 40th Anniversary Black Series figures you could do a lot worse than grabbing this bargain Leia Organa.  This figure comes packaged on the tribute packaging to the vintage figures from 40 years ago and displays beautifully.  At $12.58  (compared to $19.99) it really is a great price to pick up if you are a Leia fan.

You can buy the 40th Anniversary Black Series Figure for yourself herehttps://amzn.to/2srn5jR

All prices correct at time of publication

Martin Keeler
Martin’s most notable achievement is organising and running the pre-party for Celebration London #Cantina at the Brooklyn Bowl in the O2 Arena, an achievement he matched in 2019 at Celebration Chicago when he helped to organised A Night At Canto Bight at the Science Museum in Chicago. Martin has also been a guest on podcasts such as RADIO 1138, Skywalking Through Neverland and Blabba the Hutt. Martin is the brains behind Fantha Tracks TV.