The Latest Deals For Christmas Shoppers

Christmas is fast approaching, and it is predicted that this weekend will be the most popular time for people to finish up their Christmas shopping. With that in mind, Bricking Around has gone through the latest catalogue and rounded up all of the latest offers to make buying those LEGO presents just a little easier.

Big W

BigW Turtle-Lair-Attack-79103

This week there is no LEGO sale, but they do have the 79103 Turtle Lair Attack set for only $37.50 which is half price. The current catalogue also features some other sets, but they are all at their regular price.

View the catalogue here

Toys R Us

ToysRUS LEGO City Trucks
First up we have a range of LEGO City trucks for $19.99 (VIP Club Price). These sets are pretty easy to find for $20, so not a huge saving there.

ToysRUS Selected LEGO City
There are also some other LEGO City sets reduced by 30%. There are some decent prices in this selection.

ToysRUS Selected LEGO Creator
Some good deals can also be found on Creator sets. The Treehouse and Aviation Adventure sets are particularly well priced.

ToysRUS Selected LEGO Chima
Some minor savings to be had on Chima too.

ToysRUS LEGO Castle
The newest Castle range is on sale for 20% off. While 20% is a good saving, these sets can probably be found cheaper elsewhere.

View the catalogue here


Target 20 Off Toys

Target is keeping it simple with 20% off all toys, which obviously includes LEGO. 20% off is pretty common these days, but it is still a good pre-Christmas offer.

2 thoughts on “The Latest Deals For Christmas Shoppers

  1. Tan Tile Reply

    Thanks for the comprehensive rundown on all the LEGO sales. Been meaning to do one but been busy with the Advent Calendar reviews. I would say this year has been fantastic for Sales compared to previous years. I would love to know some of the numbers of sets sold this year. And wonder If TLG have woken up that cheaper prices here in Aust means more product fly’s of the shelves and = more profit.

    • Michael Post authorReply

      It seems like there was a 20% off sale somewhere all year. Hopefully that will continue into 2014. It also helps that prices seem to be a little closer to the US prices. The only exception to that being licensed stuff, which still has some crazy markups.

      I am guessing that LEGO will release an end of year report, but it is unlikely to specifically cover Australian sales. It is something I’d be interested in finding out about, so it will be worth at least making some initial enquiries.

      The biggest challenge for Australian consumers in 2014 could be the much discussed GST changes to online purchases. The issue is going to be discussed again in March, and it’s something that I will be following closely.

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