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Rick "GIR3691" Theroux | December 11th, 2011 | LEGO Cars, LEGO Power Miners, LEGO Prince of Persia, LEGO Star Wars, LEGO Toy Story, Sales News

[USA] Target Clearance 50% Off

Pizza Planet Truck

2011 is quickly on its way out. Target.com has some wicked crazy deals on clearance LEGO, and this may be your last chance to get a good deal on a few of these sets. The following are all 50% off:

Toy Story
>7598 Pizza Planet Delivery $14.84

Prince Of Persia
>7570 The Ostrich Race $9.98

>3221 LEGO Truck $15.74– Sold out online, check store availability.

>7985 City of Atlantis $34.98

>8080 Undersea Explorer $21.48

>7978 Angler Attack $9.98

Power Miners
>8190 Claw Catcher $17.48

Star Wars
>8085 Freeco Speeder is discreetly 50% off at $12.85 (Spotted by Mofo Jones)

There are also scattered smaller sales on Star Wars, Cars, and other sets. Some of these qualify for free shipping on orders over $50.

Ace "onions" Kim | February 9th, 2010 | LEGO Power Miners, Sales News

Power Miners Cave Crusher Still Available

Our love for Power Miners here at FBTB runs deep. I’m sure I could make a metaphor about that last statement and underground mining if I tried hard enough.


If you missed out on the Target-exclusive 8708 Cave Crusher during it’s short production run, Target.com has restocked on the item. Hit the link and do a search for “LEGO Cave Crusher” to see the product page. Alternatively, you can dial your browser to Amazon’s product page and still order from Target. Just be sure Target.com/ITC is selected as the seller. You end up paying tax and shipping, but it’s got to be better than trying to acquire one on the after-market.

Don "Solo" Reitz | April 1st, 2009 | LEGO Power Miners, Reviews

Review: 8707 Boulder Blaster

Blah blah blah, you know you’re just here for the pictures. And man are they good. Clickity clickity cloo!

Ryan "chief" Wood | April 1st, 2009 | LEGO Power Miners, Reviews

Review: 8958 Granite Grinder

When I first saw the Granite Grindericon on the shelf at Target, I thought “Dawww… how cute!” And I continued along my merry way, not giving it a second thought as I drooled over meatier offerings like the 8960 Thunder Driller and the 8961 Crystal Sweeper.

The next time I saw it was in the hands of a fellow member of the Los Angeles LUG, and I got to see it in action. When I saw what this puppy could do, I had to have one.

So does the set rock or is it fool’s gold?