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Lego’s towering Barad-dûr set is now available for Lego Insiders

A wide-angle shot of Lego’s Barad-dûr set sitting on a table beside a lamp.
As you can see here, Sauron’s fortress of evil is sure to look great beside your modern art collection and West Elm furniture. | Image: Lego

You can now own Sauron’s tower from The Lord of the Rings — well, the Lego version at least. Starting today, June 1st, Lego Insiders can purchase the massive Barad-dûr set for $459.99 before it becomes publicly available to everyone else on June 4th. Lego Insiders will also receive Lego’s exclusive Fell Beast set, which comes with J.R.R. Tolkien’s fictionalized steed and a Nazgûl minifig, so long as they make their purchase before the set becomes widely available on June 4th.

Not a Lego Insider? Not a problem. The loyalty program is free to join, after all, meaning you can still buy the Lord of the Rings set today if you register for an account on Lego’s website. In addition to the Fell Beast set, Lego is also throwing in a free Water…

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