75330 Lego Star Wars Dagobah Jedi Training Diorama
Lego Star Wars Star Wars Lego Lego Dagobah Dagobah LEGO

LEGO Star Wars has become a sensation among fans of both the LEGO and Star Wars franchises, and its popularity shows no sign of slowing down. Perhaps it’s the perfect marriage of two beloved classics, or maybe it’s the endless possibilities for creativity and imagination that each set provides. One of the standout pieces from the collection is the LEGO Dagobah Jedi Training Diorama. The set features iconic characters like Yoda and Luke Skywalker in the swamps of Dagobah LEGO, where they train together and prepare for the ultimate showdown with the dark side. Fans can recreate their favourite scenes from the movies or invent their own stories with these miniature figures and detailed settings. LEGO Star Wars encourages not only play, but also storytelling and problem solving. It’s no wonder that it has become such a beloved brand for both children and adults alike.

Set Details

Introducing the LEGO® Star Wars™ Dagobah Jedi Training Diorama (75330). This impressive display model comprising of 1000 pieces, captures the essence of a memorable scene from Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back. Builders can relive the moments of Yoda’s hut nestled in the Dagobah swamps, and the sunken wing of Luke Skywalker’s X-wing. Accompanied by LEGO minifigures of Yoda, Luke Skywalker, and a brand-new-for-May-2022 R2-D2 LEGO droid figure, this set is a must-have for fans. You can add the finishing touch to your nostalgic display with the plaque featuring the wise words of Yoda: “Do. Or do not. There is no try.”

Model Name Dagobah Jedi Training Diorama
Model Number 75330
Theme Star Wars
Sub Themes Diorama Collection
Pieces 1000
Minifigures 3
Launch Date April 2022
Current Status Available
Date Retired N/A
RRP £80

Investment Potential

The Diorama sub-theme within LEGO Star Wars is a new sub-theme launched in 2022, and LEGO Star Wars Dagobah Jedi Training Diorama is one of 5 sets launched within so far. With no sets having retired as yet it is far harder for us to assess the likely performance post-retirement of these sets, but we do have the strength of the overall Star Wars LEGO theme and an added current bonus of this set being Amazon’s Deal of the Day, reduced by 24% to £60.69!

Launch RRP £80
Price Per Piece £0.08
Launch Price per piece £0.08
5th Year Value £106
Percentage Increase 33%
Expected Annual Growth 10%
Theme Growth 12%
Sub Theme Growth N/A

Theme Analysis

Star Wars is one of the more popular LEGO themes for investment with so many successful sets over such a long period of time providing a solid track record for future investments, delivery annualised growth of 12% across nearly 600 retired sets over more than 2 decades!

We have looked at some of the retired sets with the same RRP as LEGO 75330.

LEGO Star Wars Yoda (7194) is now valued at 5 times its £80 RRP when it retired 20 years ago, providing annualised growth of 9% whilst LEGO Imperial Star Destroyer (6211) is worth more than 4 times its RRP since retiring in 2008 (annualised growth of 10%).

Set Number Set Name Retired Date RRP Current Value Total Growth Annualised Growth
7194 Yoda December 2003 £80 £413 416% 9%
6211 Imperial Star Destroyer December 2008 £80 £340 325% 10%
9500 Sith Fury-class Interceptor December 2013 £80 £273 241% 14%
75019 AT-TE December 2014 £80 £234 193% 13%

Comparable Set Analysis

The Licensed sub-theme within Icons is a relatively new one with no track history of retired sets as yet and there being no direct comparators for LEGO Optimus Prime. For us we would prefer to look at sets from the established successful sub-themes such as the modular buildings or fairground but that’s not to say this won’t be a successful set.


It’s a Star Wars LEGO set, so the inclination is to recommend this as an investment based just on the strength of the theme. The small concern here is we have no direct comparable sets with none of the 5 sets in the sub theme having retired yet. We would find ourselves sitting on the fence a little and think it may be better to wait and see if the set is discounted (Snap up Amazon’s Deal of the Day) ahead of its retirement (which could still be a couple of years away), that’s not to say this won’t prove to be an excellent investment in the long term.