Category Archives: Sales
With Myer’s recent sale finishing up on Monday I decided out of curiosity to check their website… sure enough they are backing up with another sale.
From today (April 26th) until 11:59pm AEST Sunday April 30th 2017 you can get 20% off when you buy 2 or more items. The qualifier of having to buy two sets is a little annoying but it shouldn’t be a huge issue for most.
The website doesn’t say if this is available in-store too or online only. I’ll check for an update to their website later today. If anybody is in-store and confirms this let me know in the comments.
Strangely it seems 10255 Assembly Square has been removed from their site.
Outer Rim Trading Co are refusing to let the big stores have all the fun. This offer is one of the best deals on The LEGO Batman Movie sets.
While stocks last all LEGO Batman Movie sets are 30% off RRP. Not some, all of them.
If the LEGO Batman Movie isn’t your thing there are also a heap of other sets on sale.
Myer are experts at sneaky sales where it’s almost impossible to find details.
The latest offer is a 20% off sale that starts today and (I think) runs until Monday April 24th. This is valid both in-store and online.
In terms of exceptions it looks like the usuals – clearance items and minifigures.
eBay 24% off
The offer is also running on the Myer eBay store and you can get an extra 5% off. That brings your total discount to 24% off.
To take advantage of the Myer offer you’ll need to use code C5AUS.
Thanks to Andrew for sharing this.
Did you think that your bank account was safe now that Easter had passed? Well it looks like that isn’t the case because Toys R Us are backing up their Easter sale with an even better offer.
From Wednesday April 19th (18th online) until Tuesday May 2nd 2017 Toys R Us are offering buy one, get one half price on all LEGO.
The offer works out to 25% off if you are buying two identically priced items.
As usual to make the most of this sale you may need to split your purchase into multiple transactions; the cheapest items will automatically be given the discount.
Thanks to Trevor and Aidan for making sure I saw this.
I don’t think that Nexo Knights is the most popular of the current LEGO themes but some of the sets look great and contain some really interesting builds. If you are a fan of cool sets, or the theme itself then you may be interested in this offer from online retailer Outer Rim Trading Co.
Right now they are offering 30-40% off their Nexo Knights range. It’s not the most extensive sale but it’s hard to argue with those discounts. This offer is valid while stocks last.
Big W are known for prices that are slightly below RRP, so when they offer a 20% off sale the prices usually end up being pretty great.
To celebrate the Easter long weekend Big W are offering 20% off LEGO from today (Thursday April 13th) until Monday April 17th 2017.
This offer is valid in-store and online. You can check out the online range here.
If you are heading in-store don’t forget to check the Easter trading ours of your local store.
Myer currently have two sales on, both with a slightly annoying qualifier.
There is 20% off when you buy two or more items except Creator and Technic which only get 15% off. Both offers require you to buy two or more items, which isn’t exactly a big issue but could be a pain if there was only one thing you were after.
The 20% off offer starts today (April 12th) and runs until 11:59pm AEST Monday April 17th 2017. This is also an online only offer.
The 15% off offer starts today (April 12th) and runs until 11:59pm AEST Sunday April 30th 2017. This one doesn’t specifically mention being online only.
Minifigures and clearance items are excluded.
Of particular interest should be the recently listed Assembly Square set. Buying just LEGO the cheapest way to get the Assembly Square is to add a cheap City set. That brings your total to $332.72. About 17% off and a free city set. Note that currently the Assembly Square is not listed as a Creator set, but they may update that and drop the discount down to 15%.
The Target eBay store has been updated to reflect the 20% off currently being offered by Target.
Like the catalogue offer this should run until April 30th.
If you are looking to save a little more eBay are offering a bonus discount. Enter code CHOCCY to get $10 off when you spend $50 or more. This isn’t a percentage offer so it doesn’t scale well – spend $300 and you still only get $10 off. This code expires April 16th. The codes is not exclusive to Target, it can be used on any eBay purchase.
Thanks to Max T for sharing this info
For a while the Big W eBay store shut down but it is now absolutely back. It also happens to be offering 20% off LEGO at the moment.
To take advantage of this offer you will need to use the code CBIGW at checkout. Unfortunately because this is done as a code you won’t be able to also get the additional 5% off.
The offer started today (April 6th) and runs until April 12th 2017.
Here we go – Big W, Kmart, Target, Myer and Toys R Us. Every one of those stores has a sale on right now. It’s school holidays and it’s magnificent for LEGO fans.
With so many sales on it can be hard to know what is the best deal. Hopefully this guide can give you all the information that you need.
First up, it’s important to know that different sales end at different times. You can check the end date of the sales on the calendar below.
Click on the links below to view the related articles about each sale
- TARGET, 20-50% Off – View article.
- TOYS R US, B1G1 Half Price – View article.
- MYER, 20% Off [Buy 2 or more] – View article.
At the end of the article you’ll find the megalist. It’s every set featured in a current catalogue. The list doesn’t not include sets that would be covered in a percentage off sale. Here’s a quick tip to find the set that you want for the best price;
Is it in the megalist?
If the set is in the megalist and has a discount greater than 20% off RRP you should buy at the store listed. If it’s not listed, or less than 20% off then move on…
Is it a Rogue One set?
Myer has 30% off Rogue One sets, so if what you are after fits that category then go to Myer. If not move on…
Is the set available at Target?
If this is a generally available set Target is probably your next best bet. They have a flat 20% off and their prices are usually slightly lower than RRP. If the set is not available at Target, then on to…
Is the set available at Myer?
If the set you want is available at Myer but not Target then go to Myer for 20% off.
If all of that fails, then it seems you are after something that might be exclusive to another store. Unfortunately that may mean you are out of luck.
The information above doesn’t consider what stores are close to you. If you have a Myer closer than Target then that’s fine – there’s not likely to be a huge difference.