Amazon End of Summer sale: Lego Marvel Avengers sets shrink their prices like Ant-man

Amazon's sale cuts the cost of Lego Avengers Endgame and Infinity War sets

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The Amazon end of summer sale has come at the perfect time for Marvel fans: Avengers: Endgame is now available to buy and you can get great money off some brilliant Lego sets based on the last two movies.

Bear in mind that these offers are available at Amazon UK for one week only, though! They'll finish at 11.59pm BST on the 30th of August (assuming they don't sell out), so just straight in if you're planning to buy.

Here are the superheroic sets worth collecting like so many cosmic stones:

Lego Avengers Compound Battle | Save 24% | Now £67.99

Lego Avengers Compound Battle | Save 24% | Now £67.99
The Lego-fied version of the fight at Avengers Compound is on a slightly smaller scale than the movie's climax, but still fits in Thanos, Hulk, Captain Marvel, Nebula, Iron Man, tiny Ant-man and Thanos' outrider minion – everything you need for a proper hero ding-dong. Plus there's the Avengers building itself, which includes a meeting room, helicopter and car.

Lego Avengers The Hulkbuster Smash-Up | Save 21% | Now £23.59

Lego Avengers The Hulkbuster Smash-Up | Save 21% | Now £23.59
Save Wakanda from the armies of Thanos with this hefty Hulkbuster armour figure, complete with bashing arm action when you turn a wheel on its back, plus Bruce Banner figure to pilot it (you'll have to decide how much he trips on his face). He's supported by Falcon, and they'll take on a gun turret that hides an Infinity Stone, protected by Thanos' elite warrior, Proxima Midnight.

Lego Avengers War Machine Buster | Save 20% | Now £23.99

Lego Avengers War Machine Buster | Save 20% | Now £23.99
While we don't specifically remember Rhodey having a giant Hulkbuster-style armour suit of his own, it's the kind of thing you can imagine happening in the movies, so who knows. In any case, you get big War Machine Buster suit to build with multiple firing weapons, plus a regular-size War Machine figure to go in it, plus Ant-man (at human size) and some of Thanos' army for them to fight together.

Matthew Bolton
Matthew Bolton

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