If you haven’t picked up last year’s LEGO Creator Winter Village Station (10259), Amazon has it on sale for a whopping 31% off the regular price. This now makes it $54.99 instead of $79.99 which makes it a great buy considering that it has 902 pieces. This set is an add-on to the Winter Holiday Train (10254) but it’s a fine set even by itself. Check out my review of it here.
If you didn’t see it last night, LEGO [email protected] has a surprise Double VIP Points event going on until the end of October. That means for every $100 you spend, you can get back $10 worth of LEGO VIP Points to use on future purchases. There’s probably only two or three Double Points events left in the year so now’s a good time to stock up on Christmas/Birthday gifts. This promotion runs alongside the free LEGO Minifigure Collector Frame (5005359) with purchases of $75 or more.
On the heels of a major leak this past weekend, LEGO has released a teaser of the upcoming LEGO Ideas Pop-Up Book (21315). The official announcement for the set will be coming in a few days but the teaser does show the Big Bad Wolf from the Little Red Riding Hood. It’s also reported that Jack and the Beanstalk will also be included in this set as well. We’ll be able to confirm everything soon.
The promotion for the LEGO Minifigure Collector Frame (5005359) is now live on [email protected]. From now until October 31, you can get it for free with purchases of $75 or more, while supplies last, online and in stores. The set features a LEGO branded frame or unbranded if you don’t want to use the 2×2 LEGO tile and an exclusive stud muffin minifigure. I’ve already done a review on the Minifigure Collector Frame and you can check it out here if you like.
In addition, there’s also an unannounced Double VIP points promotion going on at the same time as well so it’s even more of an incentive to make your purchases now. I’ve been told that Double VIP Points run until the end of October.
LEGO news has been fairly slow the past few days but there deals on LEGO sets hasn’t been so here’s another one that is worth taking a look at. The LEGO Marvel Super Heroes Infinity War Sanctorum Showdown (76108) is another set that is on sale and as of this post, it is going for $84.99 which is 15% off the regular price of $99.99. This is the lowest it has ever been, besides using discounts, so now is a good opportunity to pick it up if you’ve been waiting on a deal for it. Coming in at 1,004 pieces, the set also includes five characters including Doctor Strange, Iron Man, Iron Spider-man, Cull Obsidian, and Ebony Maw.
LEGO and Barnes & Noble have been pretty quiet about the upcoming Bricktober 2018 promotion for the Harry Potter (5005254) set but I have managed to get bits of details about how to get it. Some people have already managed to find them in stores and purchase them by themselves. They were found at or around the small LEGO section. There’s supposedly a promotion that is attached to it but there are no details for that.
I also heard that you could also ask an employee to see if you can put in a order them. The UPC is 673419294300 and it’ll only work if the warehouse for your store already has them allocated. I could not order it yet but I was told to check back regularly. The price on it was $7.99 each.
Another day, another deal that has popped up on Amazon. They currently have the LEGO Ideas Ship in a Bottle (21313) on sale for $55.99 which is 20% off the regular price of $69.99. This is obviously a better deal considering that it has 284 trans-blue 1×1 round plates which bumps up the parts count. If you factor that in, you only get 678 pieces and the regular price would be at $0.10/piece but with the sale it drops it down to $0.08/piece. I’ve already done an in-depth review of the set if you want to check it out.