Amazon is applying an awesome discount on 6869 Quinjet Aerial Battle: 24% off. Yeah, yeah, not as awesome as the deals the UK is currently getting on some stuff but 24% is still nothing to sneeze at. Price rings up at $53.20, down from $69.99.
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Amazon.co.uk is having a pretty nice sale on some Super Heroes sets. Discounts range from 20% up to 43% off the list price. Full list below;
LEGO DC Superheroes
- 6863 Batwing Battle Over Gotham City is 23% off of £39.99, now only £26.80
- 6858 Catwoman Catcycle City Chase is 25% off of £11.99, now only £8.99
- 6860 The Batcave is 25% off of £69.99, now only £52.47
LEGO Marvel Super Heroes
Reader submission time! FBTB fan Robert writes in to let us know that Argos in the UK is now selling 6869 Quinjet Aerial Battle for almost half off the list price. It is now £39.99, down from £69.99, a savings of £30!
Finally. A discount. I’ve been monitoring this set since around November hoping to see it at a nice discount, but it never dropped more that 14% and that was to coincide with the DVD release. But now, you can pick up 6869 Quinjet Aerial Battle at a pretty nice discount: down 20% from MSRP of $69.99. It is now priced at $55.99. Pretty nice!
Update 2: Updated Toys’R'Us; added Barnes and Noble, Kmart
Update: Added Toys’R'Us, Meijer, Overstock
Just like last year, I’ll be compiling all of the Black Friday deal that mentions LEGO into one post. Forum member ufjason already started a thread about it and from the looks of it, there aren’t any wallet-breaking deals that are worth going after. I’ll be updating this list as more ads come in so keep an eye out.
So, the Avengers movie comes out on DVD/Blu-ray today, and if you’re like me you’ve been paralyzed by the myriad of purchasing options that are out there. I guess that’s one benefit of getting that suitcase 10-disc set that’s not coming out ’til the spring: you can buy it, be done with it, and not have to worry about missing out on any extras or goodies, ’cause anything else would pale in comparison. I think that whole lawsuit is really going to hurt the 10-disc edition sales as I can’t imagine a lot of people waiting long enough for it. The only other version that really appealed to me was the steelbook case that was a pre-order exclusive to Best Buy, but I totally found out about it too late so my chances are nil on getting that one. So now I’m stuck in circling pattern trying to figure out where to throw my money at to buy the movie. Having recently done a garage sale where I sold off a good majority of my DVD’s, I’m thinking digital’s the way to go, but you don’t get the cool extras like you can get with the Target 2-disc special edition version of the release. Rumor has it that the 90 minute bonus disc is the same bonus content you get with the 10-disc set. It’s only $19.99 and it comes with 2D Blu-ray and DVD versions of the movie. No digital copy but I suppose that’s what Handbrake’s for.
In other news, to celebrate the release of the movie, Amazon has price matched Target’s sale prices on the LEGO sets based off the movie. The best deal is 6869 Quinjet Aerial Battle, down 14% to $59.99. Full list is below:
Every once and a while, there comes a LEGO set I can’t put down. There is something about it that feels right, whether in the way it looks or its substance. I get this feeling that reminds me of that day in May way back in 1999 when I opened my first LEGO Star Wars set, the X-wing. As I built it, I knew it was something special, and once it was complete, I thought I’d never take it apart. It deserved to stay together because those pieces came together into something that worked. 6869 Quinjet Aerial Battle is a set that awakens those feelings of nostalgia and memories of a simpler, less cynical time. It’s a set that captures something that’s been missing from so many sets in recent years. (more…)
With too much anticipation the new LEGO Marvel sets are now available at shop.lego.com. Not all of the sets are available as of this post, most notably the Spider-man set and action figures (we’ll update as they become available). But, I ask, who is going to rush over to LEGO Shop and order these right now? No one. You’d be a madman (or madwoman) if you did. Not when you can wait 5 weeks and get a free Hulk minifigure. You have patience, right? It’s not difficult when you know that patience will pay off, especially in the form of a tiny Hulk with purple pants.
Of course, for those lacking in willpower, want to get their hands on the new sets sooner rather than later, and want to pay shipping, click the links below.
Target.com is the latest to offer the LEGO Marvel sets for pre-order and this apears to be further confirmation of the April 8th release date. I’d love to know the logic in waiting to release these sets ON EASTER instead of taking advantage of the holiday to boost sales. It seems the brick bunny will be bring these sets to only a small percentage of quick/lucky folks and the rest of us will simply have to wait. ONE. MORE. WEEK.
Thanks again to hassmyster for his vigilance/obsession.