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Ace Kim | October 26th, 2011 | LEGO Star Wars, Sales News

Amazon Price Matches Toys’R’Us

Amazon marked down a few LEGO Star Wars sets to price match against Toys’R’Us current Cyberweek deals. However, they don’t offer a free MINI Vulture Droid or a tankless Astronaught glued magnet, but they do offer free shipping and no tax to most states.

In addition to the above deals, Amazon has a pretty good price on 4184 The Black Pearl as well, $84.99 down from MSRP $99.99.

Pete "bigospedros" Croxson | October 20th, 2011 | LEGO Star Wars, Sales News

[UK] Argos 3 for 2 on all Toys (ends Monday)

Argos are doing another 3 for 2 deal on ALL toys at the moment (ends 24th October).  They also have some discounts on some sets, such as 7965 Millennium Falcon, which has £20 off the rrp.  So, it’s a great chance to get the sets you want for a reduced price and even better if you can club together with some mates if you all want the same set.

Click here to see what Argos has to offer in terms of Lego

Rick "GIR3691" Theroux | October 3rd, 2011 | LEGO Star Wars, Sales News

[USA] Amazon Sets up to 30% Off

A challenger appears! has price-matched the current Bricktober sales over at Toys R Us. No free magnet minifig, but they do qualify for Free Super-Saver Shipping.

Here are some highlights:

>>7965 Millennium Falcon- $104.99 (25% off)
>>7962 Podracers $66.49 (26% off)
>>7066 Earth Defense HQ $62.99 (30% Off)
>>2507 Ninjago Fire Temple $83.99 (30% off)

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!


Bernie "MrCRskater" Brink | August 28th, 2011 | LEGO, Sales News

[US] – TRU $10 off $50, $25 off $100 All LEGO

Through Sept. 3, TRU is offering discounts on all LEGO purchases both online and in-store: $10 off a $50 purchase, $25 off a $100 purchase.  Put another way, this is $40 for $50 of LEGO, or $75 for $100 of LEGO.  Even better, they are still offering 25% off 7962 Anakin’s and Sebulba’s Podracers, 7964 Republic Frigate, and 7965 Millennium Falcon sets, and forum user DarthMC reports that these discounts will stack online!  With free shipping over $75, this is a solid deal.

Casey "cas" Scott | August 26th, 2011 | LEGO Star Wars, Sales News

Falcon, Frigate, and Podracers 20% Off at Amazon

In an effort to match the Toys R Us 25% off deal this weekend, Amazon has posted their own deals on the new 7965 Millennium Falcon, 7964 Republic Frigate, and 7962 Anakin’s & Sebulba’s Podracer sets. Amazon’s 20% discount is taken off the MSRP, so right away this deal comes out ahead. Plus, factor in Free Shipping and no sales tax in some areas, this makes for one of the best deals on these three great sets in the short time they’ve been available.

Pete "bigospedros" Croxson | August 26th, 2011 | Sales News

[UK] Woolworths Bank Holiday 20% Discount is back

It may well be looking like a rainy Bank Holiday for us Brits, but we can console ourselves by getting a nice discount on Lego from Woolworths, who’ve decided to knock 20% off all Toys this weekend.  Click this link for a list of Lego products.

I’ve had a quick look but couldn’t find any discount codes for free delivery, but there may be some out there if you can find them

John "Mofo Jones" Oglesby | August 26th, 2011 | LEGO Star Wars, Sales News

[USA] Falcon, Podracers, and Republic Frigate 25% Off at Toys’R’Us

That’s right, three of the newest sets, 7962 Anakin’s and Sebulba’s Podracers, 7964 Republic Frigate and 7965 Millennium Falcon are 25% off at TRU on 8/26 and 8/27. In store, you may need a coupon which can be found here. 25% off isn’t great, but it does drop the prices from TRU markup levels to below MSRP. The email I received says that all LEGO Star Wars sets are on sale as well.

7965 Millennium Falcon

There are a couple of freebie items (LEGO Favor Fun Value Bundle and LEGO Ninjago Skeleton Chopper) for purchases of $50 and $30 respectively. Free shipping for purchases of over $75.

However, a slight caveat (at least online) is that there is a limit of 1 of each set, so don’t expect to grab 2 identical sets for you and a friend with free shipping. No clue if the stores will enforce that, though. Good luck!

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.