Amazon is offering a promotional credit of $5 off a $35 purchase simply by sharing a wishlist on Facebook. The credit will appear in your account and will be applied on your next qualifying purchase. The credit must be used by 11:59pm PST December 15, 2013. And who knows, maybe a Facebook friend will surprise you with your wished item for the holidays.
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The headline may not sound like much, but bear with me. If your shopping cart reaches $100 or more, you will save an additional 20% off of LEGO items, even items that are already on sale and discounted. Example: I added 3x 75005 Rancor Pit to my cart. Each set is priced on sale for $38.95 and my cart total is $116.85 before any tax. After the 20% discount, the total drops down to $93.48 bringing the price per set down to $31.16. I use my REDCard to save an additional 5%, bringing the cart total down to $88.81, or just $29.60 per set!
You’ll notice that after Amazon’s crazy Cyber Monday prices, a lot of the more popular items are out of stock and now being offered by third party resellers. Target still has a lot of good stuff available and on sale across a variety of themes so click around and you might find something worth getting. aa
There is one small catch with their promotion: the larger sets such as the 10188 Death Star, 10937 Arkham Asylum, 10232 Palace Cinema, etc., seem to be excluded from the 20% off sale even though I cannot seem to locate any sort of exclusion list. Here’s the exact text:
Offer Available Online Only. Save 20% when you spend $100 on qualifying LEGO items. Quantities limited. Discount applied at checkout. May not be applied to previous orders. Clearance items excluded. Offer expires 12/3/2013 at 11:59pm PT.
Still, a good sale. Sale ends tonight at midnight Pacific.
Update: added Ninjago
Just browsing around Amazon, and I’m noticing a TON of stuff on sale for around 30%-40% off or more. Click around and you’re bound to find something I haven’t listed below, but here’s a short list I’ve compiled for you anyway:
LEGO Star Wars
- 75019 AT-TE for $49.26, 45% off of $89.99
- 75005 Rancor Pit for $33.11, 45% off of $59.99
- 75020 Jabba’s Sail Barge for $72.67, 39% off of $119.99
- 9496 Desert Skiff for $17.49, 30% off of $29.99
- 75017 Duel on Geonosis for $27.99, 30% off of $39.99
- 75004 Z-95 Headhunter for $26.65, 47% off of $49.99
- 9500 Sith Fury-class Interceptor for $63.30, 30% off of $89.99
LEGO Lord of the Rings/The Hobbit
- 79008 Pirate Ship Ambush for $60.34, 40% off of $99.99
- 79007 Battle at The Black Gate
for $46.99 22% off of $59.99now $39.94, 33% off of $59.99
- 79010 The Goblin King Battle for $57.79, 42% off of $99.99
LEGO Super Heroes
- 76007 Iron Man Malibu Mansion Attack for $26.99, 33% off of $39.99
- 76002 Superman Metropolis Showdown for $8.49, 35% off of $12.99
- 76004 Spider-Man: Spider-Cycle Chase for $13.99, 30% off of $19.99
- 76009 Superman Black Zero Escape for $13.99, 30% off of $19.99
Cyber Monday is here! Only two etailers have Cyber Monday deals to report: Toys’R'Us with one item, a Chima set, and LEGO Shop@Home. Some of the Shop@Home sale items aren’t too bad though. And of course, what is lacking in Cyber Monday deals will be made up tenfold in the next few days as etailers compete for your LEGO dollar. We’ll do our best to keep you informed of the best deals.
- LEGO Monster Fighters 9468 Vampyre Castle 20% – $79.98
- LEGO Creator 7347 Highway Pickup 20% – $63.98
- LEGO Marvel Super Heroes 6869 Quinjet Aerial Battle 20% – $55.98
- LEGO DC Super Heroes 6864 The Batmobile and the Two-Face Chase 20% – $39.98
- LEGO City 4433 Dirt Bike Transporter 50% – $9.98
- LEGO DC Super Heroes 6863 Batwing Battle Over Gotham City 20% – $27.98
- LEGO The Lord of the Rings 9470 Shelob Attacks 30% – $13.98
- LEGO Friends 41011 Stephanie’s Soccer Practice 50% – $4.98
- LEGO Ninjago 9447 Lasha’s Bite Cycle 20% – $19.98
- LEGO Creator 7292 Propeller Adventures 20% – $15.98
- LEGO DC Super Heroes 6858 Catwoman Catcycle City Chase 20% – $10.48
- 70014 The Croc Swamp Hideout – $44.99 (normal MSRP: $69.99)
If you’re like me and stuck at home today cause you’re watching the kids and don’t want to go out in the rain, you can take advantage of several LEGO deals in Amazon’s Gold Box. The sets vary across themes and price points but I’m sure there will be things you’ll want to pick up. Gold Box deals tend to be claimed in a seconds so act fast on that mouse. A couple of upcoming deals include 76008 Iron Man vs. The Mandarin Ultimate Showdown, 21103 The DeLorean Time Machine, 79104 The Shellraiser Street Chase, and 9474 The Battle of Helm’s Deep just to name a few. The Gold Box price will be an additional discount on Amazon’s current selling price for the set.
Thanks again to Gooker1 for the tip.
image courtesy of Las Vegas Guardian Express
There isn’t much in the way of new updates for Black Friday. I’ve updated this post with new entries: LEGO Shop@Home and Brand Retail discounts, as well as Walmart’s blanket discount of 30% off all LEGO from 8am to 2pm. Still don’t know what BN is offering if anything.
By the time you read this, some retailers are already offering their Black Friday deals online, like Target, Walmart, and Best Buy. And no, the 30% discount is being reflected on Walmart.com.
To see our complete list of Black Friday LEGO deals, check out the original post. If anything changes between now and Friday, I’ll make another update and another post.
Thanks for stopping by.
BFAds.net is reporting that Walmart is adding a “Manager’s Special” section to their Black Friday flyer. One part in particular seems enough to get the AFOL masses into their store: 30% off all LEGO Construction toys. This deal is good from 8am to 2pm on Friday. There is no indication that the deal will be honored online but it won’t hurt to check.
Thanks to thegremlin for posting it in our forum.