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Ace Kim | December 23rd, 2012 | LEGO Star Wars, Sales News

LEGO Shop@Home Post-Christmas Clearance List

LEGO Shop@Home has released their post-Christmas clearance set list. Discount amount for the items listed is 20%, with only a handful of non-set items set at 50%. I organized the list and provided links below. Some of the links I was not able to verify, mostly the miscellaneous items. No prices, you’ll have to click through for that. All prices are good starting on December 25th. No exact time was given but historically all clearance items would reflect their discount starting at 12:01am EST December 25th/9pm Pacific December 24th. Discounts should be good for all regions as well. And finally, all prices are good in store as well. Many items are already in “sold out” status online, but if there are things you’re definitely hankering to pick up and have a LEGO Brand Retail store near you, it may behoove you to visit a store the day after Christmas.

Wondering what Friends sets are on clearance? You’ll have to visit Heartlake Friends for that list!

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Ace Kim | October 7th, 2012 | LEGO Star Wars, Sales News

Amazon Discounts LEGO Star Wars 20%

It was bound to happen and it finally did. Amazon is price matching Target’s 20% off of LEGO Star Wars sale.

Looking for older sets? Those are on sale too:

That’s all I could find. Oddly enough, none of the battle packs or the planet series are seeing the same discount.

Ace Kim | June 26th, 2012 | LEGO Star Wars, Sales News

Walmart’s Bundle Deals

Walmart.com is currently offering some bundle deals that are worth mentioning. All include their exclusive and excellent 8092 Luke’s Landspeeder and one of the following:

The net discount is about 20%. The worst deal is probably the Jedi T-6 Shuttle offer. They can’t discount that set deep enough to make it worth while.

Shipping is free to a store or 97 cents to your house.

Pete "bigospedros" Croxson | August 29th, 2011 | LEGO Star Wars, Sales News

[UK] Amazon discounts many of the new wave of Star Wars sets

Amazon has some decent discounts on several of the new wave of Star Wars sets.  Their prices to vary, so you may need to get in quick.

7957 Sith Nightspeeder … £25.99 rrp … reduced to £17.80 (32% discount)

7956 Ewok Attack … £25.99 rrp … reduced to £17.80 (32% discount)

7965 Millenium Falcon … £132.99 … reduced to £101.60 (24% discount)

7877 Naboo Starfighter … rrp £40.99 … reduced to £30.43 (26% discount)

7961 Sith Infiltrator … rrp £61.99 … reduced to £45.16 (27% discount)

7962 Anakin’s and Sebulba’s Podracers … rrp £81.99 … reduced to £63.49 (23% discount)

7964 Republic Frigate … rrp £102.99 … reduced to £85.06 (17% discount)

Happy Hunting!

 

Ace Kim | July 15th, 2011 | LEGO Star Wars, Sales News

Summer Wave Now Available At Shop@Home, Free Shipping

LEGO Shop@Home now lists the summer wave available for purchase, including the account exclusives. No sign of the overpriced Hoth set though. If you act fast and make your purchases today before 11:59pm EST, you’ll score free shipping. The Kingdom’s offer is still good too. Complete set listings with prices are below:

The Clone Wars


7957 Sith Nightspeeder – $24.99


7959 Geonosian Starfighter – $29.99


7868 Mace Windu’s Jedi Starfighter – $39.99


7964 Republic Frigate – $119.99

Episodes I-IV


7956 Ewok Attack – $24.99


7877 Naboo Starfighter – $49.99


7961 Darth Maul’s Sith Infiltrator – $69.99


7962 Anakin Skywalker and Sebulba’s Podracers – $89.99


7965 Millennium Falcon – $139.99

Also, if you still haven’t bought 8038 The Battle of Endor yet, you can still snag one from Shop@Home.

Ace Kim | June 1st, 2011 | LEGO Star Wars, Sales News

Summer Star Wars Sets Available, Sort Of

The summer Star Wars assortment is now available for purchase through Shop@Home IF you live in Belgium, Denmark, and a few other select European nations. Not sure why all of Europe isn’t included yet, but it may just be a bit of a programming delay. Hopefully the US won’t be far behind.

Thanks to Peter for the news.