Buy One, Get One 50% Off at Toys R Us

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Toys R Us is once again holding a Buy One, Get One 50% Off sale on select LEGO sets. It appears that the only exclusions are Star Wars, Pirates of the Caribbean, and Alien Conquest. As the sale is unadvertised, it's unclear how long it will last or whether or not it will be honored in-store. As always, try to buy similarly priced sets in order to maximize the discount.

UPDATE: The Toys R Us email confirms the three themes above are indeed excluded and that this sale will run through Saturday 7/2/11 both online and in-store. Additionally, the Cars 2 sets are discounted 20% this week so that discount will stack with this BOGO50% offer.

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By in United States,

If you are into Cars 2 Legos, there is an additional discount on them. It looks like you can combine them on-line at least.

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By in United States,

The e-mail I received states the prices are good 6-26 thru 7-2 in store and on line plus 20% off Cars sets.

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By in United States,

There was a Cars 2 booklet available at the entrance to the store when I was at TRU last week. There was a coupon inside for $5 off $30 or more, $10 off $50 or more, etc. that I used in addition to the BOGO deal.

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By in United States,

There's always a sale when I don't have money.

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By in Switzerland,

Good time to pick up the new Creator sets. I wish they would make a cool Castle/Kingdom type creator set...

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By in United Kingdom,

I was just in a tru and there was zero ads for this sale

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By in United States,

Just in case you wonder....Minifigures are $3.49 at TRUs. The price has gone up once again. Not even the employees knew that the price had gone up. Too bad it happened again!

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By in United States,

Series 4 minifigures are $3.49, but series 3 I think are still $2.99.

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By in United States,

The series 4 3.49 prices have been this way for about 3 weeks now (The BOGO two weeks ago, then the B2get90 off, so there should be no surprise about this, also you still get a small discount of the packs
Series three are still 2.99 because they probably want to get rid of them.

What IS surprising is that there is ANOTHER BOGO sale going on, essentially 3 in three weeks... WOW

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By in United States,

It's bumped up to 75% off secondary item for clearance items (like Space Police)

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By in United States,

Anyone have any word yet on whether they are honoring this in stores? With the last BOGO I had to ask the manager if they were honoring it...no advertising whatsoever.

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By in United States,

Haha just my luck again. I cant discount alien conquest, but city is my favorite so i could try to get hogwarts castle to use as a college and the harbor 50% off.

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By in United States,

Hogwarts does not match well with the harbor, even moreso with the extra markup of $20 on Hogwarts. Your savings off MSRP drop from $45 to $25 instantly with that pairing.

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By in United States,

I tried putting 2 Cars Lego sets in the cart. Both are 20% off but they did not do the B1G1 50% off. It tried to charge full price (minus 20%) off. Maybe it works better in the store?

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By in United States,

@starfire2: I tried the same thing and it worked for me after I deleted the free diecast vehicle that they were throwing for purchasing $25 of Cars toys.

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By in United States,

I purchase 2 lego Cars sets (flo cafe) with the 20% and receive the BOGO and the free car :)

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By in United States,

Medieval Market Village just came back in stock at TRU.com

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By in United States,

The site says that they have some in stock, but even if you add one to the cart it does not work. Too bad, I was waiting for this one.

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By in United States,

Thank you for the clarification on the in-store purchases. Lucky for me, payday is Friday! Yay!

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By in United States,

MIGHT get a car set and a PotC. That seems good.

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By in United States,

This sale does not seem to be generating nearly as much buzz as the last 2 sales, guess everyone is tapped out!

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By in United States,

TRU not doing so hot? Seems so...

But that doesn't change the fact that these sales are amazing!

EDIT: If you would by, say, Flo's V8 Café, if that set is priced higher that the second, would the 20% discount be added before or after the BOGO50% one?

The real question is: Which one is 50% off?

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By in United States,

medieval market and emerald night are back in stock

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By in United States,

are alien conquest included?

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By in United States,

@ brickeater100 3 exclusions are Alien Conquest, Star Wars and I believe Pirates of the Caribbean

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By in United States,

Also, my store was taking an addition 25% off clearance items. So Power Miner set "Lavatraz" that was clearance to $39.99 was $29.99. They stacked that savings with the BOGO sale. If you bought the a duplicate of the "Lavatraz", the second was $15. So you would get them both for $45ish.

I bought the 8 of the clearance Fun Favor Pack 66373 for a total of $61 (they have 8 polybag kits, (4) creator 4x4 and (4) creator airplanes)

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By in United States,

Great deal! I got four Cars sets - Mater Spy Zone, Escape at Sea, Mack and Tokyo Circuit - for $120 with tax!

That is less than what just the Tokyo Circuit and Mack Truck set would cost alone before taxes.

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By in United States,

The brand new Red Cargo Train is available for the TRU BOGO sale. Just listed!

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By in United States,

Scored Tokyo Pit Stop, Escape at Sea, Mater Spy Zone and the new small red speed boat set for $21.50 after sales, $5 off $30 Cars LEGO purchase and $10 in TRU rewards which is like buying the Escape at Sea set and getting the other 3 sets for free!

The $5 coupons can be found at the customer service desk. They are in a little booklet that features Cars 2 products and the coupon can be used to get you $10 off $50 or $20 off $100 as well. I might go back before the sales end ti buy the more expensive sets.

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