John Lewis' Black Friday Lego deals get you this year's coolest sets for 33% off

John Lewis' Black Friday sales include really cool new Lego sets for adults as well as kids – perfect for Xmas gifts!

Lego Old Trafford set and Lego Flower Bouquet set with sign saying Black Friday deals
(Image credit: Lego Group)

The big John Lewis Black Friday deals have just begun, and among them are some great discounts on Lego sets, including very cool adult-focused sets as well as great stuff for kids. There's up to 33% off, and the options range from some great cheap playsets to some of the biggest sets ever made – some of these rank among the best Black Friday deals on Lego so far. You can browse the whole selection just below, or we'll pick out some of our favourite sets if you read on.

Browse John Lewis Black Friday Lego deals: save up to 33%

Naturally, we'll be keeping up with all the best Lego Black Friday deals over the coming weeks, but these are some of the best offers we've seen so far – many of these sets haven't really been discounted before.

LEGO adidas Originals Superstar set:  was £79.99, now £49.99 at John Lewis

LEGO adidas Originals Superstar set: was £79.99, now £49.99 at John Lewis
Build yourself a Lego version of an iconic show design, with a little display stand, and shoebox packaging. Oh, and save 33% off the original price – we think that will be wildly popular, so don't miss out on it while stocks last.

LEGO Flower Bouquet set:  was £44.99, now £35.99 at John Lewis

LEGO Flower Bouquet set: was £44.99, now £35.99 at John Lewis
Build yourself a colourful and complex flower arrangement, that you can display in your own vase. With 20% off, this is a perfect gift for someone who loves Lego and would like a classy way to show it off. The Lego Creator botanicals range is a new one, and it's had a lot of attention – they look stunning, and are a fun and playful alternative to fake plants.

LEGO Bird of Paradise:  was £89.99, now £60.29 at John Lewis

LEGO Bird of Paradise: was £89.99, now £60.29 at John Lewis
Build an elegant and minimalist plant you can display anywhere. This set is 33% off – it's a great-value project for someone at over 1,700 pieces. Again, it's a display piece that bang on trend for new interior design, but with a fun Lego twist.

LEGO London Bus set:  was £109.99, now £87.99 at John Lewis

LEGO London Bus set: was £109.99, now £87.99 at John Lewis
Save 20% on a glorious recreation of the classic London Bus, as seen on Ted Lasso. It's packed with detail, including an engine you can see, and a removable roof to see inside.

Lego Taj Mahal set:  was £89.99, now £71.99 at John Lewis

Lego Taj Mahal set: was £89.99, now £71.99 at John Lewis
Save 20% on a beautiful piece of historic architecture. This is not the famously huge Lego Taj Mahal set – this is a more shelf-friendly version of the landmark, and is beautifully elaborate. As with most Lego Architecture sets, this isn't just a scale recreation outside: it features crypts and central chambers inside.

LEGO Marvel Shang Chi Battle at the Ancient Village was £34.99, now £27.99 at John Lewis

LEGO Marvel Shang Chi Battle at the Ancient Village
was £34.99, now £27.99 at John Lewis
Save 20% on this great set packed with Shang Chi characters: you get Shang Chi, Wenwu, Xialing and Death Dealer, plus a buildable and posable Great Protector dragon, with a smart water mount that characters can fight on. Oh, and it comes with a little Morris, of course.

Lego Old Trafford set:  was £249.99, now £199.99 at John Lewis

Lego Old Trafford set: was £249.99, now £199.99 at John Lewis
Save 20% on a stunning set that's exclusive to John Lewis and Lego stores. Yes, it's a big, beautiful scale recreation of Old Trafford, full of tiny details true to the stadium. It's made from nearly 4,000 pieces, so this is a great building project, and looks incredible when you're done.

Matthew Bolton

Matt is T3's former AV and Smart Home Editor (UK), master of all things audiovisual, overseeing our TV, speakers and headphones coverage. He also covered smart home products and large appliances, as well as our toys and games articles. He's can explain both what Dolby Vision IQ is and why the Lego you're building doesn't fit together the way the instructions say, so is truly invaluable. Matt has worked for tech publications for over 10 years, in print and online, including running T3's print magazine and launching its most recent redesign. He's also contributed to a huge number of tech and gaming titles over the years. Say hello if you see him roaming the halls at CES, IFA or Toy Fair. Matt now works for our sister title TechRadar.