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Ace Kim | June 24th, 2011 | LEGO Toy Story, Sales News

Shop@Home “Clearance” Sale

LEGO Brand Retail

Shop@Home put a bunch of things on discount on their Sales and Deals page. Considering most of these are end of life, I’d guess they just want to try and get rid of them in order to make room for the summer sets. Either that or they’re just sitting around, collecting dust, and not making any money for LEGO. In any case, if you’re looking to stock up, these savings might be worth it to you. Some discounts are better than others. A few notable licensed set items:

Toy Story:

Prince of Persia:

There are also a couple of keychains on sale if those types of things catches your fancy.

Thanks to that guy from our forums.

Rick "GIR3691" Theroux | December 9th, 2010 | LEGO, LEGO Star Wars, Sales News

[US] Toys R Us- $10 off $50+

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popnfresh brings us a coupon for $10 off any LEGO set priced $50 or more. This includes Star Wars but not Pharaoh’s Quest. Offer is valid 12/11- 12/12 and is in store only.

There have been better deals at TRU in recent memory, but $10 is $10. Just make sure the prices aren’t $10 over MSRP to begin with. (Oh TRU, you sneaky… giraffe.)

Based on the phrasing of the coupon, it would imply that only sets in the $50+ range qualify, but the coupon shows 7592 Construct A Buzz, 8089 Hoth Wampa Cave and other sets under $50, so I’d guess it works with any LEGO purchase totaling $50 or more.

If that’s the case, then by my calculations you can get 13 Collectible Minifigures ($52 TRU value) for about $3.23 each + tax after using this coupon.

You can download the coupon HERE.

Ace Kim | November 17th, 2009 | News, Sales News

LEGO Star Wars, Toy Story 2010 Box Art comes through with some advance pictures of 2010 box art images. All sets are available for preorder and are scheduled for release on January 1, 2010. I’m not sure if Amazon ships earlier than the release date, but, historically, January 2010 sets have been available at Toys’R’Us earlier than their release date.

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