LEGO Star Wars Trading Card Collection Out Now

If the Create the World cards aren’t your thing, maybe some from a galaxy, far, far away will be more your thing. The official LEGO® Star Wars Trading Card has arrived in stores. If you’re collected past LEGO Trading Cards such has the LEGO NINJAGO or NEXO KNIGHTS collection, then you’ll be familiar with the set. There’s a Starter Pack, Multipack, single packs of cards and a series of Limited Edition cards to track down. Unlike past series, the LEGO Star Wars series is published by Immediate Media, who published the various LEGO Magazines. So you should be able find the cards in a wider range of retailers.

LEGO Star Wars Trading Card Collection Starter Pack

Price: £4.99 | Contains: Collectors Binder, Poster, Pack of Cards & Limited Edition Yoda Cards

LEGO Star Wars Multipacks

Price: £3.99 | Contains: 4 packs of cards and 2 Limited Edition Cards | 4 to collect

There are four different Multipacks to collect, each contain 2 of 8 different Limited Edition cards including Obi-Wan & Luke, Anakin & Rey, Poe & Finn, Han & Chewie. Unlike past mulitpacks you’ll find the LEGO Star Wars one in a number of retailers including WHSmith, most Supermarkets and independent newsagents.

LEGO Star Wars Booster Packs

Price: £1.00 | Contains: 5 cards including one special card guaranteed

LEGO Star Wars Limited Edition Cards

There are 20 Limited Edition Cards to collect, many of which will once again be included on various issues of LEGO NINJAGO, LEGO NEXO KNIGHTS, LEGO Specials, LEGO Comic Specials and MEGA magazine. We’ll have full details of which issues to look out for very soon.

Completing Your Collection

You’ll be able to order various cards to complete your collection in December. Until then, swap with friends and get free packs on upcoming LEGO Magazines.


Immediate Media Co, the special interest content and platform company, announces the launch of an exciting new collectable series in the UK: LEGO® Star Wars trading cards.

Based on the epic film/TV sci-fi franchise, the cards depict characters, vehicles, planets, classic scenes and more from “a long time ago in a galaxy far, far away”. The popular franchises, LEGO and Star Wars, look set to have produced a collectable hit for the Youth and Children’s market.

The launch is an extension to Immediate Media Co’s Youth and Children portfolio, which has already seen success with six other LEGO magazines, including LEGO® NINJAGO® and LEGO® NEXO KNIGHTS™. It’s also an opportunity for Immediate to work even closer with Blue Ocean to launch this collectable card range into the market.

As part of this new collection, there will be Starter Packs, Multi-Packs, Limited Edition cards and collectable tins to help boost the experience for fans.

Assistant Publisher Alex Coates-Newman says: “We are thrilled to be working with two of the most iconic franchises for boys in LEGO® and Star WarsLEGO® has grown rapidly over the last 5 years to become the biggest boys brand in magazines, and the longevity of Star Wars is unparalleled. This collection has been the perfect opportunity for us to expand our portfolio and move into the collectables sector. We see LEGO® Star Wars trading cards being hot property for primary boys and super-fans.”

The first LEGO® Star Wars™ trading card series is on sale from 29 August, priced at £1 a packet, from all major magazine retailers.

About the LEGO Group

The LEGO Group is a privately held, family-owned company with headquarters in Billund, Denmark, and main offices in Enfield, USA, London, UK, Shanghai, China, and Singapore. Founded in 1932 by Ole Kirk Kristiansen, and based on the iconic LEGO® brick, it is one of the world’s leading manufacturers of play materials. Guided by the company spirit: “Only the best is good enough”, the company is committed to the development of children and aims to inspire and develop the builders of tomorrow through creative play and learning. LEGO products are sold worldwide and can be virtually explored at

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  1. Anyone know how to get the dark side limited edition cards?

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    • Other LE cards should appear on various issues of LEGO and MEGA magazines

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      • The LES list will be great most of them seem to be with the multi packs which are good. Let’s hope that they have learnt there lesson and Do Not sellotape the LES to the the magazines!! Don’t hold your breath for that one!! lol

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        • Well I got all current multi packs 3 of them had the snot type glue, one was the stupid sellotape(ripped one card)

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          • Must have been stuck different I got 1 multi pack yesterday and went and got the other three this morning all Limited Editions come off perfectly and as for the sellotape ripping one a don’t understand that as the 4 packs of cards are in there packets and would not rip?

  2. A limited edition card will be with the next Ninjago and Nexo Knights magazine out on 04/09/2018. Without sellotape we all hope plus there will be a packet of cards aswell.

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  3. Anyone else struggling to find any of the packs? Can’t imagine they’ve all gone after just two weeks.

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    • You should find them in all WHSmith High Street stores and Sainsbury’s (stock permitting) Tesco have them in limited release but should still be in all larger stores.

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  4. OK, this may be a silly question, but we got the starter packs for our kids (though I must say I like them too!) but there seems to be no instructions on how to play, not even in the starter pack that had the folder in!

    Thanks in advance.

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    • I haven’t even noticed they had the game elements on the cards. Will see what I can find out from Publisher.

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  5. Sorry about my last comment the info was incorrect I was told the wrong info

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  6. Thanks for the LE’S list Adam will be writing those out to remind me

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  7. Me again! lol Erm what’s these tins that we need to buy must be a new thing you would thought that those would have been released at the same time odd I guess

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    • Is a little odd and shame it’s only two retailers getting them

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  8. OK where the heck do we find these tins then? Ain’t got a dolly blue how to find them….panic setting in lol

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    • They are not on sale until Thursday and will be available only from Tesco & Sainsbury’s stores full details here

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      • Oh right thanks for the info can they be ordered online? Or direct from immediate media thanks


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        • Not seen them online anywhere, but Immediate Media will be selling them in some form online in December

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          • Brilliant I’ll wait then seen the tins on that auction site but I’am I heck as paying more than double one was £14 cheeky or what??

  9. Hi Adam, do you know when individual cards will be available to order and where they can be ordered from?

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    • Some point this month just not got an exact date, hope it’s soon I have piles of spares and only need 20 to complete!

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  10. Hi Adam, I to have loads of swaps, all in mint condition. Send me an email and I’ll send you a list of the swaps, maybe we can trade a few.

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    • In that case I shall check what I need later and get back to you 🙂

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      • I haven’t forgotten just not had time to look. Also the ordering service opens next Wednesday.

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        • OK, Where is the ordering service? Is there a website?

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          • Yep it will be on as far as I’ve been told. I need 14, 29, 32, 38, 45, 71, 88, 94, 103, 109, 141, 144, 145, 160, 163, 172, 180, 186, 187, 193, 223, 238 you can email me directly here

  11. All, beware ordering cards from 5minutefun, mine arrived today after 7 days and paying £2.95 postage and many were bent or damaged and not really suitable for including into a collection. Very disappointed.

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  12. Does anyone know if these will be released in Australia. My son has seen them in the magazines and is dying to get them.

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    • Not heard of any plans but the publisher is expanding to new markets this year, so future series may well arrive beyond the UK and Germany

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