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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

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

Atlantis
>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 Kim | July 15th, 2011 | LEGO Prince of Persia, LEGO Star Wars, Sales News

Target’s Black Friday In July Sale

Target’s having a sale on select LEGO sets today only. 8087 TIE Defender is $32.49, down from $49.99, with free shipping if you spend more than $50. They also have their exclusive 8080 Undersea Explorer for $24.99, down from $42.99. And lastly, if you need more ostriches in your LEGO animal library, they are selling 7570 The Ostrich Race for $11.99, down from $19.99. Prices for Undersea Explorer and The Ostrich Race are good today only.

Thanks to Trooper10 for the heads up.

Rick "GIR3691" Theroux | February 25th, 2011 | LEGO, LEGO Harry Potter, LEGO Prince of Persia, LEGO Star Wars, LEGO Toy Story, Sales News

Shop @ Home Keychain and Magnet Clearance

Boba KeychainKit Fisto KeychainDumbledore KeychainKing KeychainClassic Space ManAckbarWoodyBuzzAtlantis Portal Emperor KeychainPrince of Persia KeychainLEGO Club MaxToy Story Alien
PoP Magnet SetFemale Magnet SetToy Story Magnet Set

that guy over in the forums spotted some new additions to the clearance section over at LEGO S@H. Some interesting keychains and magnet sets have been added, including the ones pictured above. These magnet sets are the last ones to not be glued together.

The keychains range from $.98 to $3.48. The magnet sets are either $7.48 or $10.48.

The March LEGO store calendar shows some new Star Wars magnets and keychains coming out in early March, including:

    >>Cad Bane keychain
    >>Boba Fett (8097) keychain
    >>Winter Gear Anakin, Talz, ARC 170 Pilot magnet set

Also, Andi reports finding a new Star Wars magnet set a in the Frankfurt, Germany LEGO store. This one’s got Ben Kenobi, an AT-AT driver, and a Tie Fighter pilot. They are glued, of course, but the glue breaks down in hot water, so not all is lost.

Ryan "chief" Wood | January 12th, 2011 | Community Project, Events, Forum, LEGO, LEGO Prince of Persia, Parts Draft

FBTB Parts Draft: PoP Edition- Tonight’s Game Plan

Tonight we will undertake the first official FBTB Parts Draft! Will it be a huge success, or will we be crushed under the weight of an idea too awesome for it’s own good?

Parts Draft: PoP Edition- Sorting Completed!

Whether you are one of the 10 draft participants or just want to spectate tonight, everyone needs to know the game plan:
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Ryan "chief" Wood | January 7th, 2011 | Events, Forum, LEGO Prince of Persia

Official FBTB Parts Draft: PoP Edition!

You followed the discussion. Now’s your chance to take part in the first official FBTB Parts Draft! We’re going for an ambitious start, a 50% off double draft of 7571 Fight for the Dagger and 7570 Ostrich Race!

Official FBTB Parts Draft: PoP Edition!

Interested? Keep your eyes peeled on this topic on the forum: sometime today, Friday January 7th, I will unlock it. The first ten forum members who respond to the topic are eligible to be participants in the draft. You can continue to add feedback in this topic here. Good luck!

Ace Kim | December 14th, 2010 | LEGO Prince of Persia, Sales News

Cheap Ostriches, Free Shipping

Amazon has LEGO Prince of Persia 7570 The Ostrich Race for $11.99 as of this writing. You also get free standard shipping no matter the total. Yes, standard shipping 3-5 days not the super saver shipping that’s 5-8 days and requires a minimum of $25 order. Buying two of them will also net you a 25% discount since the set appears on their BOGO page. Total for two with free standard shipping: $17.98.

Rick "GIR3691" Theroux | November 14th, 2010 | LEGO, LEGO Harry Potter, LEGO Prince of Persia, Sales News

[USA] Harry Potter, Prince of Persia, Hero Factory BOGO 50% Off at Target

Spend $50, Get Free Shipping on Select Items at Target.com

The Target weekly circular is advertising a Buy-One-Get-One 50% off for all Harry Potter, Prince of Persia, and Hero Factory sets. BOGO runs November 14-20. Offer valid in-stores only.

Thank you DarthMC for the tip.

Ace Kim | June 29th, 2010 | LEGO Prince of Persia, LEGO Star Wars, News

LEGO Brickmaster News

I just got my summer 2010 catalog in the mail today. Flipping through it, I noticed some pretty sweet things coming up for Brickmaster subscribers. The July/August set was already revealed; I can’t seem to find the thread but it is a MINI-scale Imperial Shuttle. The September/October set is Prince of Persia themed complete with Prince Dastan, the Dagger of Time, snakes, and a small playset. November/December is a MINI-scale AT-AT.

I remember when Brickmaster was the red-headed stepchild of LEGO’s product catalog. When the program was announced a few years back, it sounded promising. $40 bucks a year, a new LEGO set delivered to your door every two months, a bigger and beefier magazine than the free LEGO Club magazine, coupons to use at S@H, and a LEGOLand/LEGO Discovery Center ticket. Sounds good, right? Needless to say, it was a bit disappointing as the sets were the inexpensive sets that weren’t exclusive and can be bought almost anywhere, lots of Bionicle stuff, there was little magazine content that set it apart from the LEGO Club magazine, the coupons could be used by non-subscribers, and most people didn’t have any use for the free ticket. We complained. And they listened. Brickmaster subscribers now truly get exclusive sets and the next three cycles are proof of this. Except maybe the Shuttle. Anyways, you get my point. While the other perks of being a member hasn’t changed or hasn’t changed much at all, the sets alone are, I feel, worth the price. I just wish the designs were a little more aesthetically pleasing. Personally, I think the best Brickmaster set was the Indiana Jones jeep set from a few cycles back.

Ace Kim | May 28th, 2010 | LEGO Prince of Persia, News

LEGO Prince of Persia Narrated by Jake Gyllenhaal

LEGOClubTV uploaded a new LEGO Prince of Persia cg animation, narrated by Jake Gyllenhaal himself. With the same quality as their previous efforts, it’s quite nice, even if it seems like a commercial. But hey, it’s probably one of the best commercials they’ve done. Video below:

Ace Kim | May 24th, 2010 | LEGO Prince of Persia, Sales News

LEGO Prince of Persia 20% off at TRU

The Prince of Persia movie opens this Friday in theaters nationwide. Ye trusty olde tomato-meter doesn’t seem to favor it too much, but if you’re a fan of Jake or the game or just want some brainless action, I suppose you could do worse. I only played the first game on the Gamecube, The Sands of Time, and it was quite fun. I’ve read that the newest game, Forgotten Sands, plays like a direct sequel to that game, so I may have to pick that one up. Probably be worth the investment than going to see the movie.

I ramble.

Amyways, if you’re looking to get a Prince Dastan minifig of your own and you haven’t done so yet, this week may be a good time to buy as Toys’R’Us is having a 20% off sale ALL Prince of Persia toys, including constructions sets. With prices at MSRP, you’ll only end up paying tax. If you buy onlineicon, you’ll even score free shipping!

Thanks to Puddleglum for the tip.