Save $10 on LEGO City or Ninjago at Toys R Us

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Valid thru' Saturday 2/4, you'll save $10 on any total LEGO City or LEGO Ninjago construction set purchase of $50 or more at Toys R Us. Much like the other promotion, you're going to be hard pressed to find any kind of a deal here as every single set is significantly marked up right now. Shining examples are the Car and Camper, Fire Plane and Ambulance at 40%, 28% and 25% over MSRP respectively.

You'd be surprised to know that it is physically possible to save money with this deal but you have to choose wisely. The best I was able to do was pairing up the Robber's Hideout (4438) with a Space Moon Buggy (3365) resulting in a net saving of $4 off MSRP. Can anyone beat that? :o)

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As I mentioned in my news submission, you can save $5.00 off 4430 Fire Transporter with this promotion. $54.99 Toys "R" Us price minus $10.00 = $44.99.

That's a good idea for 4438 and 3365; I may go back tomorrow since I want both those sets.

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By in United States,

All of the good Ninjago sets are out of stock anyway

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By in United States,

OMG! That's the set with the new "Brick" bricks!!! Totally worth it! It better not be sold out this weekend....

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By in United States,

Meh...I'll stick with buying from Amazon, Target (when they have sales), and the Lego Store directly. I don't like to play these games...

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By in United States,

@DaveBey - You've taken the lead with a net savings of $5 off MSRP! :o)

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By in United States,

I'm back with 4438 and 3365; good catch!

While there, I was reminded you can also save $5.00 off 7937 Train Station if you don't already have it. 7937 has the same markup as 4430 and 7937 is an awesome train station!

While this promotion isn't that great, it can still help satisfy that need for instant gratification... :o)

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I picked up the Red Cargo Train 3677 today at $143.99 after the $10. I wanted it, and was surprised to see it below msrp after seeing it (if I remember correctly) at $170ish a month ago.

so, $16 below msrp for me.

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