The Myer website isn’t exactly promoting this offer yet, but buried away in the fine print of their launch day offers is something that should appeal to LEGO fans.
Myer are offering 50% off the original price of the 2nd toy when you buy 2 or more full price toys. If you buy two identically priced items that works out to 25% off.
Unfortunately this excludes minifigures, Technic Porsche 911 GT3 RS 42056 and Creator Expert Big Ben 10253
Available in-store only on December 26th 2016.
So I go and say that the Boxing Day sales can be a bit disappointing and then immediately discover a decent LEGO Boxing Day offer.
Online right now or in-store Boxing Day you can get 20% off LEGO at David Jones. Unfortunately this offer excludes all Creator sets. If you are buying online note that the discount is applied in your shopping bag not the product page.
This sale actually runs until January 8th 2017 so fingers crossed you’ll be able to get some 2017 sets on sale.
I’d like to wish all Bricking Around readers a Merry Christmas.
As Santa does his work tonight I hope he brings you plenty of LEGO presents. I know I’ve got something under the tree with my name on it and a very familiar rattle.
I’ll be doing my best to track down the best Boxing Day sales, but be warned that Boxing Day has a habit of being more about clothes and homewares than toy sales.
I can’t for the life of me find any details about this offer on the Myer website, but right now LEGO appears to be 20% off with no obvious exclusions. I suspect that this offer will run until Christmas Eve but I don’t know for sure.
If you want to save a little more then you can get a further 10% off at eBay with the code CAU10. Your mileage with the code may vary as some people haven’t been able to get it working. I did test it myself and it worked though.
Target currently has 20% off all LEGO until December 21st. You can even get 28% off at their eBay store with the code CAU10 (View the Target eBay range here).
While those offers are great, you might also want to check out their latest catalogue as it features a few sets with further discounts.
The catalogue sale started yesterday and runs until Christmas Eve. You can view that catalogue here, or see the list of sets below.
Christmas is fast approaching, and if you are looking for some last minute stocking stuffers Big W has a range of smaller sets on sale.
This sale actually started yesterday and runs right up until Christmas Eve (December 24th).
It certainly isn’t the most impressive list, but there is a great price on the Minecraft Crafting Box set. It could make for a good gift for a builder looking for some more basic pieces.
You can view the catalogue for yourself here and as always see the list of sets below.
It’s rare to see a sale with a flat discount over 20%, but that’s exactly what Myer are offering today.
For today only (December 17th) Myer are offering 25% off LEGO. It’s too late for online delivery but you should still be able to take advantage of click & collect or head in store.
To take advantage of the offer online enter the code 8DAYSTOGO.
There are a few terms to the offer worth mentioning; Excludes LEGO Minifigures. Limit of 5 per customer for Lego Creator Expert Big Ben 10253 and Lego Technic Porsche 911 GT3 RS 42056.
Cannot be used with other offers. Offer ends 11:59pm AEDT Saturday 17 December 2016, unless sold out. Some items previously discounted.
I’ve also seen that some stores do have the new Rogue One sets in stock. Good luck.
Those of you after the free Gingerbread Man minifigure from LEGO will be disappointed to hear that the bonus has sold out. It’s not all bad news though, as there are two new offers available.
Double VIP points
Free Rebel A-Wing Pilot with Star Wars orders over $45
He’s not a cute Gingerbread Man but this minifigure should be a nice bonus for Star Wars fans. Your free LEGO Star Wars Rebel A-Wing Pilot set will be automatically added to your shopping bag with LEGO Star Wars purchases over $45. Available until December 31st or while supplies last.
To further tempt you the 2017 Star Wars sets are now available too. I have heard reports of some of these appearing in stores but not the full range as yet.
While the big retailers get a lot of the attention, they aren’t the only ones that can reduce prices on LEGO.
Brisbane based online retailer Outer Rim Trading Co has been kind enough to share the news that they have a heap of sets on sale, some up 25% off.
The sales are spread across pretty much every category in the store, so I recommend doing some browsing.
Brisbane readers concerned about getting products in time for Christmas will be pleased to know that you can pick up your orders in-person right up until Christmas Eve.
Outer Rim Trading Co are also offering you the chance to win back the value of your order. You can read more about that here.
To view the full LEGO range and find yourself something special head to http://www.outerrimtradingco.com.au/
If you missed Target’s online only 20% offer then fear not – Target have just kicked off another 20% off period.
From today (December 15th) until
December 18th you can get 20% off all LEGO, excluding Dimensions. Update: This appears to have been extended until December 21st.
Unlike the last offer there is no mention of this being online only. You can view their online range here.
It seems that there is a new eBay 10% off code active. Enter CAU10 at the checkout for a further 10% off the already reduced pricing. That works out to 28% off Target’s regular pricing.