This year’s Toys R Us Canada Toy Book runs from November 4th – 17th and has so many random LEGO deals, I’m not sure where to start. First up, they’re offering $10 – $20 off of these Star Wars & PotC sets:
There’s 20% off all LEGO electronics including the Star Wars alarm clocks and this R2-D2 USB flash Drive FREE with any LEGO Star Wars purchase over $50.
You can also enjoy 25% off all LEGO Cars sets an all LEGO board games. There’s 20% off all Ninjago and City sets, plus a host of other odd discounts. The cherry on the cake is any LEGO purchase gets you a card for $10 off of your next $50 worth of brick. Spend $75 and you’ll get a free LEGO watch, at $25 each it’s a good deal if you know someone who’d wear it.
Target.com is selling 8085 Freeco Speeder for $16.99, down from $24.99. You also get free shipping on this set regardless of order size, so the only additional cost would be tax. Still, that’s nearly a 33% discount from MSRP.
Update 2: Free Super Saver Shipping deadline in time for Christmas delivery has been extended to December 19.
Update: It seems the BOGO page has been taken down with a message saying that “this deal has expired.” I pushed two Lotso’s dump truck through to the final order screen and still saw a 25% discount. If you act fast enough before they change their code, you can still net the discount.
This might be one of the last updates I do for Amazon. Their window for Christmas delivery using Free Super Saver Shipping closes on December 17, which is tomorrow. So if you’ve been procrastinating about ordering stuff from Amazon, tomorrow would be your deadline to save on shipping and still get things in time for Christmas. Of course, if you have Amazon Prime, that’s a whole other ball game. You can view their shipping schedule for more information.
One other thing you have to consider is that once an item that is sold and shipped by Amazon is sold out, third party vendors items become the default shopping option, and prices tend to shoot upwards once that happens. So with that, let’s move on to the deals.
Amazon still has their BOGO 50% off page up and running. Scanning the deals, I’ve spotted a few sets that continue to go lower in price.
I, personally, have been waiting for this one: 7789 Lotso’s Dump Truck is finally seeing a discount: $12.99 down from $19.99. This was the last set I needed to complete my Toy Story collection before the line goes poof (it’s already discontinued).
Walmart has the same items at the same prices, and even cheaper on the Tank Droid, but Amazon wins simply for the fact that they have free shipping on orders over $25 dollars and won’t charge tax in most states.
They have a BOGO sale of their own, but its a Buy 2 Get 1 Free on all LEGO. All LEGO includes Toy Story, Star Wars, and what Indy sets remain. This is good online and in store, so if you, like me, no longer have a KMart nearby, you can still cash in on this deal. If you buy three of the same item, it works out to 1/3 off, so not too bad.
Online and in-store, most Star Wars sets are 10% off and the 8085 Freeco Speeder is 20%. Ho-hum choice for the 20% off item, but 10% off 7753 Pirate Tank isn’t too bad considering that this will likely be discontinued after this season and become hard to find.
Amazon.com 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.