Amazon is discounting 21103 The DeLorean Time Machine by 25%, bringing the price down to $26.24. This would make a great gift for the non-AFOL geek in your life and will probably the best sale price before stock runs out and you’re forced to pay, ::gasp::, MSRP or more for it later on down the line.
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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.
Target is offering a modest 15% discount on 21103 The DeLorean Time Machine bringing the price down to $29.99. Use coupon code “TGCDNTUZ” to apply an additional $5 discount, bringing the price to $24.99. REDCard members will save an additional 5%, bringing the price down even further to $23.74 before any taxes. REDCard members will also get free standard shipping; otherwise, shipping starts at a little under $6.
They are also discounting 9516 Jabba’s Palace by applying a temporary price cut. The sale price is $78.29 ($74.27 if you’re using a REDCard), a 35% drop from $119.99 MSRP. This item ships for free since it reaches the $50 minimum required for free shipping to kick in.
It’s holiday shopping time. Can you feel it yet? I’m sure we’ll be seeing more posts like this where etailers try and out-price each other for your hard-earned dollars.
Today’s fight brings us two deals. The first deal is for 21103 The DeLorean Time Machine, aka the Back to the Future set. Normaly priced at $34.99, Amazon and Walmart both have it just $29.97, a 14% discount off of $34.99 MSRP and probably the lowest price we’ve seen on the set.
The other item is 75021 Republic Gunship, the finest gunship to date. Walmart currently has it listed for $79.97! That’s a 33% discount off of $119.99 MSRP! Amazon hasn’t matched that price yet, but it’s just a matter of time so keep checking back.
Thanks to Nick for the heads up.
If you’re still jonesing for a DeLorean set, Amazon’s got your back as they’ve restocked 21103 once again. Price is $34.99, with no tax to most states, and the item ships for free! And in case you’re wondering, LEGO Shop@Home has this set listed as “Temporarily out of stock” with no date indicated on when it will restock.
Amazon has restocked 21103 The DeLorean Time Machine. Price is $34.99 and there is a quantity limit of 2 per customer. Get it now before they sell out.
I don’t know why LEGO had to go and change the name from when it was, Back to the Future Time Machine, announced in the CUUSOO blog post, to what it is now, The DeLorean Time Machine. The first version sounds so much better.
Anyways, still jonesing for a set and don’t want to wait 30 days for LEGO Shop@Home to ship? You can now order from Target.com with no quantity limits. Price is $34.99 plus applicable sales tax. Got a REDCard? You can save 5% and net free shipping if you are.
The hotly anticipated 21103 The DeLorean Time Machine is now available through Amazon and LEGO Shop@Home. There is a quantity limit of 5 per customer when ordering from Amazon and 2 per customer from LEGO Shop@Home. I haven’t seen it on any of the other major online retailers but will update this post if that changes. Price is $34.99 and all royalties normally paid to the designer will be donated to The Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson’s Research.
Hopefully this info will help someone out as they are changing the process on how to purchase the two retail exclusives.
Last year, it was pretty much first come first serve. You get in line and wait for the booth to start selling the exclusives. It was a waste of time and not very efficient since they would wait about an hour and a half after the exhibit hall opens to start selling. This year they are handling things a little differently. They will be handing out tickets to the first few hundred people that show up on a first come first serve basis. Once you get a ticket, you are eligible to purchase any combination of up to two retail exclusives, the JEK-14 MINI Stealth Starfighter and/or Microscale Bag end. Only those who have a ticket may purchase the sets. There are a total of 1,000 of each set made, and they will be selling 200 each day including today, preview night. You must purchase your set(s) before 4:00pm else they will be for sale to the general public. The price for each set is $39.99.
On a side note, they are also selling the 21103 Back to the Future Time Machine set as an early bird sale exclusively at the LEGO booth here at San Diego Comic Con. Price is $34.99. The official worldwide release date is expected to be August 1.
I’ve already received flak for expressing my negative reaction to the set. So you should be forewarned that if you were one of those people that were offended by my previous opinion, you should stop reading right now.
Boy, how excited were we when Masashi’s DeLorean model not only garnered the 10,000 votes needed to achieve review status on CUUSOO, but that it was actually approved by everyone that needed to sign off on it? That was a happy day indeed since NO ONE thought it would make it as a set. Months went by between the time that the CUUSOO team announced their decision and recently when leaked images of the set began to surface. LEGO has been sending out kits to media outlets for review purposes and set an embargo time to coincide with San Diego Comic Con Preview Night. Now that the embargo has lifted, I can share with you my opinion and some pictures I took to better give you an idea of what to expect.