Nobody celebrates Star Wars Day, May the 4th, like Lego, and the Danish toymaker is busting out both new brick sets and some fun giveaways to celebrate the long-running Disney franchise.

And this time around, Lego is recognizing the wildly popular “May the Fourth Be With You” celebration alongside the 40th anniversary of “Star Wars: Return of the Jedi,” which saw a limited re-release in select U.S. theaters from April 28 through May 4.

And, for Utah Star Wars fans looking for bragging rights, a new report from Bookies.com scanned Google Trends data from 2020-2023 and found that the Beehive State held down the #1 spot in all four years when it comes to searching for all things Star Wars.

Here’s a run down of new Lego sets and Star Wars Day deals:

X-Wing Starfighter

The 1,949-piece kits comes with a Luke Skywalker mini-figure and an R2-D2 mini figure. It became available to Lego VIP members on May 1 but will become available to all on May 4. The kit sells for $239.99

Emperor’s Throne Room Diorama

Recreate the duel between Luke Skywalker and Darth Vader Return of the Jedi! The 807-piece kit comes with three mini-figures. Price: $99.99 and is currently available per Lego website.

Endor Speeder Chase Diorama

Stage your own speeder bike adventures with Luke Skywalker, Princess Leia and a Scout Trooper. The 608-piece set sells for $79.99 and is currently available per Lego website.

Executor Super Star Destroyer

The 17-inch long ship comes with display stand with a nameplate and Star Wars: Return of the Jedi 40th anniversary plaque. Currently out of stock per Lego website.

Mandalorian Fang Fighter vs. TIE Interceptor

Replay your favorite Mandalorian scenes with this 957-piece set that comes with four mini-figures and accessories. The kit sells for $99.99 but is currently showing as out of stock on the Lego website.

Pirate Snub Fighter

Another cool ship from the Mandalorian series. The 285-piece kit comes with two mini-figures and sells for $34.99 on the Lego website.

Battle of Endor Heroes

Build five Lego Brickheadz figures with this 549-piece set. The kit sells for $39.99 on the Lego website.

And, from May 1 through May 7, Lego is offering giveaways including a miniature X-Wing Starfighter with purchases of $40 or more; a Death Star II with purchases of Star Wars items priced $150 or more; and a commemorative coin set for VIP member purchases of $85 or more.

Correction: An earlier version incorrectly cited the re-release of “Star Wars: Return of the Jedi” on May 25. The film has been showing in select U.S. theaters since April 28 with the final screenings scheduled for May 4.