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Lego's A-wing Starfighter from 'Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker' is 37% off for Prime Day

 LEGO Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker Resistance A Wing Starfighter 75248 Advanced Collectible Starship Model
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If you've ever wanted to zip around in your own Star Wars A-Wing Starfighter, you can do just that this Prime Day (opens in new tab) and save 37% on an epic Lego set. 

The iconic Lego Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker Resistance A Wing Starfighter (opens in new tab) is 37% off for Prime Day. The set is normally $29.99, but you can land it for $18.99 and save $11 while supplies last. We're not sure how long this deal will last, but Prime Day sales end June 22.

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LEGO Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker Resistance A Wing Starfighter | $29.99 $18.99 at Amazon (opens in new tab) (save $11)

Get ready to join the Resistance with this iconic "Star Wars" A-Wing fighter. In a package of 269 pieces, you'll get two firing missiles, a retractable landing gear and several action figures. It's rated for ages seven and up. 

At 269 pieces, the building kit includes 2 firing missiles, an opening cockpit, wingtip cannons, a retractable landing gear and several minifigures with weapons. Some of the identifiable characters include a Snap Wexley minifigure and a Lieutenant Connix minifigure, giving you people you will recognize from "Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker."

Rated for ages seven and up, the completed set measures 2 inches (7 centimeters) high, 7 inches (20 cm) long and 4 inches (12 cm) wide. Lego says the set will give your kids "endless creative build and play" in the "Star Wars" universe.

If you're cruising for more Lego "Star Wars" deals on Prime Day, make sure to check out our detailed guide to all the sets and the best deals you can get on Amazon. Happily, there's something there for all franchise fans, whether you're loyal to the prequel series, sequel series or original trilogy.

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Elizabeth Howell
Elizabeth Howell
Elizabeth Howell is a regular contributor to Live Science and, along with several other science publications. She is one of a handful of Canadian reporters who specializes in space reporting. Elizabeth has a Bachelor of Journalism, Science Concentration at Carleton University (Canada) and an M.Sc. Space Studies (distance) at the University of North Dakota. Elizabeth became a full-time freelancer after earning her M.Sc. in 2012. She reported on three space shuttle launches in person and once spent two weeks in an isolated Utah facility pretending to be a Martian.