Since LEGO began its preparing for the holiday shopping season back in October, it’s been offering tons of different promotions to bring in customers, from deals to double VIP points, freebies, and more. Now LEGO has kicked off one of its most alluring offers yet, well at least for Star Wars fans. For a limited time, select orders will receive a free Star Wars Minifigure Box. Head below to see how you can get your hands it.

Many of LEGO’s most recent freebies have taken the form of miniature, holiday-themed sets. However, for its newest endeavor, it is ditching the traditional festive builds to entice other LEGO fans. The Star Wars Minifigure Box does just that.

Judging from the promotional photos, the box includes five different figures from a galaxy far, far away. There’s Han Solo in Hoth gear from Empire Strikes Back, DJ from The Last Jedi, a Scarif Shore Trooper from Rogue One, a stormtrooper sergeant, and Colonel Wullf Yulare.

All of the minifigures themselves were previously promotional items. But it isn’t like LEGO is just clearing out stock of this year’s offers. Some of the minifigures date back as far as five years, with the Hot Han Solo being released in 2013. The fact that they were only available in limited-time offers makes them pretty appealing collectors items. The five different figures all pull in an asking price of at least $10 to $15 on aftermarket sites like eBay.

Those who lock in the promotion will also be entered to win one of three even more rare minifigures. There are platinum as well as sterling silver versions of R2-D2 and a signed and graded TC-14. You can also enter the giveaway without taking advantage of the promotion by filling out the form here.

In order to bring home the five figures, you’ll need to spend $75 or more on select Star Wars sets. However, only shoppers in the United States and Canada are eligible for the promotion. As of now, the offer is slated to end on December 19th at 11:59 AM EST or when stock runs out. This is also the same time frame that LEGO is guaranteeing orders will be delivered by Christmas. So If you’re still trying to check off some items on your list, there isn’t much time left.

Is LEGO’s more recent promotion enough to entice last-minute holiday shoppers? Let us know in the comments below. I’m not a huge minifigure collector, but these figures are some of the best freebies I’ve seen from LEGO lately.

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