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On Sale: 20% Off At Myer (when buying two or more sets)

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Myer have just gone live with a new offer that is running both online and in-store.

From today (June 7th) until Monday June 12th you can get 20% off LEGO when you buy two or more items.

The qualifier of having to buy two sets is a little annoying but it shouldn’t be too hard to meet that.

Unfortunately there are a few exclusions: any clearance items, the Death Star, all Creator Expert sets and minifigures.

You can view their full LEGO listing here

On Sale: Various Offers From Myer

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The good people at Myer like to make things difficult for me by having multiple different offers all running at once…

Offers

20% off one item, 25% off two or more
This is an online only offer on Duplo, City and Friends themes only. This particular sale ends at 11:59pm AEST June 4th 2017. View the range.

20% off LEGO
Everything else appears to be 20% off. This offer appears to be online and in-store too. This runs until Friday June 2nd (I believe) View all LEGO.

Additional Discounts

The following codes all appear to be working as well

  • ANNIVERSARY10 – $10 off when you spend $60 or more
  • ANNIVERSARY15 – $15 off when you spend $80 or more
  • ANNIVERSARY20 – $20 off when you spend $100 or more

Possible Glitch

Earlier this morning (May 31st) the Myer website appeared to have a pricing glitch – with sets that are 20% off being given an additional 25% off if you buy two or more. This glitch when combined with the various anniversary codes was leading to some people getting nearly 50% off their purchases. I just did a quick test before posting this and was able to replicate the glitch.

eBay Sale

The 20% off sale (everything except Duplo, City and Friends) is also running on the Myer eBay store. With the code WINTER10 you can also get an additional 10% off. It’s not as good as the glitch above, but the Myer eBay store does have a slightly different range.

View the Myer eBay range here.

On Sale: 20% Off At Myer’s eBay Store

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I just got an email from eBay that may be of interest to some of you. From today (May 23rd) until May 29th Myer are offering 20% off everything in their eBay store.

This offer is only on their eBay store, not on their main site or in-store.

To take advantage of the offer you’ll need to use code C20MYER at checkout. Max discount is $500 per transaction, 3 transactions per person, excludes gift cards & postage.

View the Myer eBay range here.

On Sale: 20% Off At Myer This Weekend

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Myer are having another one of their regular Super Weekend sales and luckily this also includes a LEGO offer.

Almost all LEGO is 20% off with the Death Star, Minifigures and Creator Expert excluded. This sale starts today (May 19th) online and tomorrow (May 20th) in-store. It runs until Sunday May 21st.

You can view their full online LEGO listing here.

I did a quick check and the various anniversary codes still seem to be working. Here are the various codes and their discounts:

  • ANNIVERSARY10 – $10 off when you spend $60 or more
  • ANNIVERSARY15 – $15 off when you spend $80 or more
  • ANNIVERSARY20 – $20 off when you spend $100 or more

I am not sure if these are still working, but it’s certainly worth trying.

The 20% off is also active on the Myer eBay store. The eBay code C5OZ should get you an extra 5% off if you pay via PayPal.

View the Myer eBay range here.

On Sale: 25% Off At Myer

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I do love a mysterious sale and this offer from Myer is a bit lacking in detail. What I do know is that they are currently offering 25% off their range of LEGO sets.

This is specifically listed as an online only offer, but there are no details (that I can find) on when the sale ends.

You can view their full online LEGO listing here.

There also appear to be some coupon codes that you can try with your order:

  • ANNIVERSARY10 – $10 off when you spend $60 or more
  • ANNIVERSARY15 – $15 off when you spend $80 or more
  • ANNIVERSARY20 – $20 off when you spend $100 or more

Obviously use the code that is most relevant to your order.

The reduced prices are also showing in the Myer eBay store. The eBay code C5OZ should get you an extra 5% off.

View the Myer eBay range here.

On Sale: 25% Off LEGO Batman Movie Sets At Myer

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It seems that somebody in charge of stock at Myer thought the LEGO Batman Movie was going to be more popular than it was because it certainly looks like they are trying to move some stock.

From today (May 11th) until (I believe) May 17th Myer are offering 25% off the regular price of all LEGO Batman Movie sets.

If you haven’t already picked up these sets then this is good opportunity to.

There also appear to be some coupon codes that you can try with your order:

  • ANNIVERSARY10 – $10 off when you spend $60 or more
  • ANNIVERSARY15 – $15 off when you spend $80 or more
  • ANNIVERSARY20 – $20 off when you spend $100 or more

Obviously use the code that is most relevant to your order.

You can view their range here.

This offer is also running on the Myer eBay store if that option suits you. The eBay code

View their eBay LEGO Batman Movie sets here.

On Sale: 20% Off At Myer’s eBay Store

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The people at eBay have sent out a new coupon code for Mother’s Day. Normally an offer geared towards mums doesn’t offer much in the way of LEGO sales^ but the list of included retailers just happens to include Myer.

If you use the code CMUM20 at checkout you can get 20% off LEGO. This offer started late yesterday (May 1st) and runs until May 8th 2017.

Fingers crossed that Myer have a sale during this week and the offers stack.

View their LEGO range here.

If you get in quick there are also a few of the Star Wars sets that are 40% off and the additional 20% off should work.

^ I know that there are plenty of AFOL mums out there but the retailers don’t seem to.

On Sale: 40% Off Star Wars At Myer

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It looks like Myer are making way for some new stock because they have slashed the prices of their existing LEGO Star Wars range by 40%.

It appears that stock is limited so I won’t provide a list here but you can check out what they have on offer on the Myer website.

The Death Star and Millennium Falcon are both excluded from the offer.

This sale runs from today (April 30th) until 11:59pm AEST Saturday 6 May 2017, unless sold out prior. This is an online only offer.

The offer appears to also be running on the Myer eBay store. With coupon C5AUS you can also get an additional 5% off. View the Myer eBay range here.

Thanks to Chris, Richie and Greg for sharing the details of these offers.

On Sale: 20% Off At Myer When You Buy 2 or More Items

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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.

You can view their online LEGO range here.

On Sale: 20% Off At Myer

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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.

You can view their full online range here.

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.

View the Myer eBay range here.

Thanks to Andrew for sharing this.