Free LEGO in Sweden

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Lekplaneten in Solna Centrum, Stockholm currently has an offer of a free game, either 3861 LEGO Champion, or 3860 Heroica Castle Fortaan when you spend 300 sek or more.

They also have a few reduced sets, for example 5893 Off-Road Power for 499 sek (around 25% off)

If Swedish shopping news is of interest to you, post something in the comments: I have a correspondent that's offered to send it in.

15 comments on this article

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By in Switzerland,

That's a pretty sweet deal! Not much use to me though ;)

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By in Sweden,

If you are also in the Goteborg area on saturday 30th June
BR Leksaker has renovated its toy shop, and is offering 50% on ALL lego!
first come first serve basis...usually it is mayhem when they do that kind of thing...

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By in Sweden,

Hej Supersympa,

Oh, how I wish I could get over to Göteborg on that day!! I hate how crazy expensive Lego is at BR Leksaker, thankfully I have Webhallen close to me and pixmania often have some pretty sweet deals.

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By in United States,

About $70USD for the Sweeds at current exchange rates on that set (Normally about $95).

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By in Sweden,

Great to see some swedish shopping news on Brickset! :)

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By in Sweden,

Najs!

If anyones interested HB Adventure in Skellefteå has all LotR sets besides Gandalf Arrives and The Orc Forge in stock and are selling them at Swedish RRP.

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By in Sweden,

@ Mirandir
Oh my goodness...that's so awesome, yet so far from Sthlm. Not fair!

I like this, Swedish Lego news on brickset :)

(btw, it was me that sent the first news to Huw...I will be sending more soon...)

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By in Europe,

Swedish user here. I usually get my Swedish shopping news at Swebrick, but the fact that I hadn't seen anything about this particular offer tells me that there's probably room for swedish shopping news here on Brickset too.

There are two problems with finding good Lego deals in Sweden: First, the RRPs are usually crazy compared with other countries, so the cheapest option is often Amazon from the UK (with free shipping above £25) or from another European country. Second, many of the retailers are local/regional and even the ones that aren't may have different offers at different branches.

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By in Norway,

It is very nice to hear a news from Scandinavia. Greeting form Norway!

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By in Sweden,

@Formentar
That is so true about the good Lego deals, however there are some good places I've found.

Here are places I usually shop at.
Webhallen: online and shops (nearly always the cheapest)
Pixmania: online (cheaper for some of the larger sets)
ebrix.se: online (occasional cheaper items)
hiko.se: online, or pickup in Jönköping (some very cheap items compared to Swedish RRP)

One of the best places to visit is the large CO-OP stores, they nearly always have some older sets at crazy discounts. For example I once spent around 1000sek for around 4000sek (RRP) of sets!

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I was wondering if there are people here who might want to meet up to discuss Lego etc. I'm in Stockholm, but would travel if needed :)

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By in Italy,

I just went to Sweden for the Summer... But... I'm in the Really South.

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By in Sweden,

Yes! More Swedish shopping news would be very appreciated! :)

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By in Sweden,

Swedish shopping news, yay! I had no idea about this offer, thanks! :)

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