This Week's Sales

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Valid through Saturday 2/5/11, All LEGO City and Pharaoh's Quest sets are 20% Off at Toys R Us. Additionally, receive a free Ninjago battle card and card collector's album with any Ninjago purchase of $20 or more.

Surprisingly, we also found the Winter Village Bakery on sale for about 30% off at our local LEGO Store. This may vary per store though, so you might want to call first. And while most of the January Sale items have since sold out, there are still great deals to be had on a couple of magnet sets and key chains.

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By in United Kingdom,

This is slightly off topic as it's for the UK but yesterday the Discovery Centre in Manchester had loads of racers sets in the sale. They also seemed to have new city keyrings, magnet sets and even coat pegs with minifigs on! The city police and space was also there. They do round up the price to the next £ but thats OK as it's usually only 1p!

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By in United States,

I can confirm that Winter Bakery was available at the Anaheim store Saturday at 30% off, along with Star Destroyer Midi, Atlantis Shadow Snapper, and Toy Story Alien Space Crane at 70% off. Also some Racers, PoP Ostriches, and magnets at 70% off.

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By in Italy,

I would love the NinjaGo battle card... It's a shame that there's no Toys R Us over here in Italy.

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By in United States,

My bro has a $25 gift card to this place, so as long as our TRU is doing this event everything will work out okay. Since the bonus is a NinjaGo battle card and card collector's album, we will probably buy two of the sets that are $9.99 and come with one minifig, one spinner, three weapons, and three cards. I can't wait to see the expression on his face when he finds out (he's currently building the "7158-1: Furno Bike" set. :)

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By in United Kingdom,

This is good. I got the card album the first time they had, and my son wants one. Guess we'll be getting the ice dragon set this week.

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By in United States,

... and Kroger is still not doing the 50% yet....

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By in United States,

My TRU (Erie, PA) ran this deal two weeks ago, though I never saw it advertised. I got the starter set ($19.99) and whatever the smallest Ninjago building set it and since I had my mom with me, I had her pick up the set with the motorcycle and the next smallest building set so I could get two books and cards. Both cards I got were the same. I'll have to find them and report what they were. The card collector book is a small plastic binder with 22 pages, each of which holds 4 cards. The pages are fused (melted) to the cover, so you cannot add pages. Not sure it's really worth $9.99 like they say (They claim the card is worth $3 or something, also crazy!) but it's neat as a freebie. As of the other day when I was there, the prices on the Ninjago sets as well as some other sets, were Lego suggested retail, not the usual TRU mark-up. I used the last of my TRU rewards bucks on the Creator log cabin, which was $29.99 (TRU usually has them for $32.99, a $3 mark-up) FYI, for those of you who have the TRU Rewards loyalty card, you will not earn any points now because of the 10% back deal they ran around Christmas. Rewards points can be earned again on Feb. 1st, so if you're going to TRU, wait a few days!

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By in United States,

Found some great buys at TRU. Also scored some major finds in the minifigs. Got to love fresh boxes.

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By in United States,

The Woodfield Lego Store has Bakeries at 30% off as well. I picked up one.. Not sure how many they had left though...
For 40 bucks it was a nice deal

I was not about to buy many.. Mostly because they will probably be back out next year like the Toy Shoppes were this year.

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By in United States,

@skullsndogbones:
Good to remember (too bad I did not when I placed an order last night) But TRU has some decent deals on the City sets.. Too bad the Train stuffs are all sold out right now.. Hopefully they will be back in sometime this week..
Cargo train at 140 and Passenger train at 111 would be nice.. Heck the Train station is 45 I think (sold out) and the Level crossing repair was 15.99 (also sold out)
I picked up some Pharoah's Quest motorcycle sets and a couple of the sets with the Plane it in.
Also picked up some lighting repair vehicles and a City Corner (as I am guessing those will be discontinued by Lego shortly)

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By in United States,

On the TRU website it shows that you can pre-order set 2519 Skeleton Bowling (expected ship date Feb 4) and get the book and card free as well. It looks like a cool set with many weapons and tan skeleton bodies! (The heads are just 1x1 rounds though)

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By in United States,

Well, my bro spent his gift card on the "2115-1: Bonezai", the "2258-1: Ninja Ambush", and the "2516-1: Ninja Training Outpost" sets, plus got the NinjaGo battle card and card collector's album for under $25. He had to tell the cashier about the deal though. The card collector's album is just a paper back book that bends very easily, so it's not as good as those ones you find in the store. The card is okay, it's not really worth much. Overall, the extra stuff is good as freebies, but their prices reek for the quality you get.

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By in United States,

My Lego store (Denver) had several sets (Ben 10, Power Miners, even some SW) for 50%-75% off, as well as the discounted Christmas village.

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By in United States,

I just got back from my local TRU in the Charleston, SC area and the biggest surprise was that they had a number of the 2010 City Advent Calendar sets ( http://www.brickset.com/detail/?Set=2824-1 ). The Advent Calendar sets were eligible for the discounts...

Also visited 2 Target stores and it appears that every 2010 City set is on-sale for the majority of the month of February...

Hope this info helps someone....

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By in United States,

LEGO store at the Mall of America had a bunch of Winter Village Bakery sets on sale for 30% off, as of this morning. Didn't see any other sale items though.

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By in United States,

Wish the Winter Village Bakery had been on sale last week at the Mall of America... I would have picked one up for that price.

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By in United States,

Excellent! Picked up the fire station, fire truck and camper online! For whatever reason, TRU in Taiwan never seems to run any sort of sales. I shipped them to my US address and will work to get them over to me from there. I wasn't surprised to see the train sets gone already. Good thing I don't need another set of them. Thanks for the heads up!! Saved about US$50 over Taiwan prices, and $25 over US prices.

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By in United States,

I can find some good prices at Target also, They have the Mandlorian battle pack and the Clone battle pack there for the REAL price-$11.99. TRU has awesome sets.

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By in United States,

What's the deal with TRU not having the Pharoah's Quest sets online? Am I missing something?

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By in United States,

@jonboy, they do have them, you just have to search for them. I don't know why they don't have a category for Pharaoh's Quest.

Btw, TRU in Erie, PA seems to be out of the Ninjago card collector album, unless they had them behind the counter or something. The cards were out in the open. I got the 2nd to last Scorpion Pyramid and the set with the cobra. After the 20% off, a bunch of rewards from my TRU credit card, and a $19 on a gift card, I only ended up paying $35 and change for both. Sweet! I wanted the City TRU truck, but they were out. Other than that, there seemed to be a good selection of both City and Pharaoh's Quest, including some impulse sets. Ninjago was WELL stocked (almost falling off the shelves and displayed in several areas) except for the ice dragon set.

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By in United States,

Hey TRU.com has the Cargo trains back in stock as well as the Train Stations as of this post.

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By in United States,

I picked up the Winter Village Bakery on sale at the Lego store at the Christiana Mall in Delaware last weekend, and they had many left.
Original price was ~$55. On sale was ~$38.

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