ToysRUs.com is having a BOGO sale on all LEGO Star Wars, Harry Potter, and Cars sets that are in stock. Buyer beware: a lot of the sets have a slight markup over MSRP so your actual savings may be less than anticipated. Still, if you combine it with the $25 off purchases of $150 or more by using your MasterCard at checkout, you might be able to get some pretty nice savings. You’ll also get free shipping once your order reaches $49 or more. Deal is good online and as far as I can tell, is only good for Saturday November 26th. It is unknown at this time if the deal is also good in store. Not into Star Wars or Harry Potter or Cars LEGO sets? Fear not, for they will have a BOGO 50% off sale starting Sunday November 27 through December 3rd on all themes EXCEPT Star Wars, Ninjago, and video games.
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With all the Black Friday goodies available in the US, we here in the UK will have to console ourselves with the fact that Toys R Us have knocked 50% off 4 Lego sets this weekend … 2 of which are basic brick boxes, but they’ve also heavily discounted :
Should be in store and online. Get em while they’re hot! Click the image above to go to the TRU sale page for all 4 sets.
Check out this intriguing mash-up by Raphael Heusser that combines two of our favorite vehicles: Star Wars’ Millennium Falcon and Lightning McQueen of Cars. I suppose the most fitting tagline here would be, “To infinity, and beyond!”
Starting tonight November 18th at 7pm local time, Canadian Toys R Us stores are offering the World Racers set 8899 Gator Swamp for $27.47, that’s 50% off! Wait, was World Racers even a theme? That doesn’t sound right to me. They’re also offering 25% off of all Atlantis & Kingdoms and select Cars sets. There’s 20% off most Harry Potter and All Spongebob Squarepants & Creator sets. You’re better off checking out the brick and mortar for the best selection on these and a couple other deals.
Seriously though, was World Racers a real thing?
This set is probably the closest we’ll get to some sets based off the first movie. Luckily, locations in Radiator Springs haven’t changed much if at all between the two movies, and Flo’s V8 Cafe is no exception. I wish the same could be said between the movie setting and the set.
This year’s Toys R Us Canada Toy Book runs from November 4th – 17th and has so many random LEGO deals, I’m not sure where to start. First up, they’re offering $10 – $20 off of these Star Wars & PotC sets:
- 8089 Hoth Wampa Cave – Save $10
- 8088 ARC-170 Starfighter – Save $10
- 8085 Freeco Speeder – Save $10
- 4193 The London Escape – Save $10
- 4195 Queen Anne’s Revenge – Save $20
There’s 20% off all LEGO electronics including the Star Wars alarm clocks and this R2-D2 USB flash Drive FREE with any LEGO Star Wars purchase over $50.
You can also enjoy 25% off all LEGO Cars sets an all LEGO board games. There’s 20% off all Ninjago and City sets, plus a host of other odd discounts. The cherry on the cake is any LEGO purchase gets you a card for $10 off of your next $50 worth of brick. Spend $75 and you’ll get a free LEGO watch, at $25 each it’s a good deal if you know someone who’d wear it.
Update: I added the Toys’R’Us retailer exclusive below.
Cars 2 will be released in less than a week on Tuesday November 1. And since its the norm lately to offer highly anticipated releases in multiple formats, I thought I’d make a post on the different options available to you.
Just in case you don’t read the review for this set, Amazon.com is offering 8426 Escape At Sea for $15.00 with free standard shipping, meaning you don’t have to add any odds or ends to push your cart total to $25 for Free Super Saver Shipping. At this price, it brings the price per parts down to the golden ratio.
Also, Amazon is offering the same 25% discount with free standard shipping on a few other similarly priced sets, including 7915 Imperial V-wing Starfighter.
Priced at $19.99, you get 159 pieces for your hard earned Jackson, so it might be a tough pill to swallow for some. It’s got two large hull pieces that most likely contributed to the seemingly high price point. You do get three movie characters out of those pieces, though, Submarine Finn McMissile, Professor Z, and Tony Trihull, without many extras. In fact, the only extras you do get are two buoys.