Don’t like the new stuff? Still need to catch up? Looking for the old stuff on discount? Well this post is for you as Amazon has put some of the current wave of sets as well as some long-in-the-tooth exclusives on the discount rack. I’m kind of not surprised at the discounts we’re seeing for some of the current sets. With all the new themes and sets coming in, they’ve gotta make room somehow. Today, we’re seeing a few discounts that are worth mentioning, assuming, of course, that you didn’t break the bank/max out the credit cards/incite the wrath of your significant other already.
Posts Tagged ‘10214 Tower Bridge’
I couldn’t help myself with that title.
Anyhoo, Amazon has discounted 10214 Tower Bridge down a whopping 26% dropping the price below the $200 threshold and then some. It now sits at $178.55. Coincidentally, Walmart.com has the same price on the same set.
You know what Walmart has that Amazon doesn’t? 10218 Pet Shop for $111.59. Amazon doesn’t have any for sale since the last time they price matched, but a bunch of third party sellers do at near full price.
The second to last week of Bricktober is here and if you’ve visited the site or seen this post in the forums it may have seemed like this year’s Bricktober is a bit lackluster to say the least. Luckily Toys R Us Canada doesn’t seem to have their act together and if you frequent the website that should come as no surprise. I could make some point about knowing the future changing the outcome of events, but I won’t because I just did. This weeks deals are better than previously advertized with all Star Wars & both SpongeBob Squarepants sets at a 20% discount which also applies to the Creator & Hero Factory themes. This is a great way to pick up the 10216 Winter Bakery set at $60 or the 10214 Tower Bridge for $240. Spend the usual $35 and you’ll walk away with MY personal favourite of this year’s magnet assortment, the astronaut.
In preparation for Halloween this Saturday between 12pm & 2pm they’ll be hosting the latest seasonal build event, so bring the kiddies and let them build themselves a creepy crawly spider*, but get there early as they’re limited to 100 per store. I attended last years event and my son really loved the jack ‘o’ lantern and I’m hoping he’ll be equally impressed with this years offering.
* Spider not actually creepy or crawly.