20% off all LEGO at TRU this weekend

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TRU is offering 20% off all LEGO from today until Sunday. If you order online the code is TOPBRANDS20.

If you go in store, you'll need to print this voucher and take it with you.

Now they have adjusted their LotR prices to be RRP, you will receive a genuine 20% off with this coupon. Don't bother with Palpatine's Arrest though, it's £80 which is £20 more than RRP so even with 20% off it'll still be above it.

(Thanks minimacwomble for the news)

20 comments on this article

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By in United Kingdom,

Wow! That means £20 off a £100 shop!! I'll see if I could sell some things on ebay and grab an Star Wars Malevolence!
(I know it only lasts this weekend though!)

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By in Greece,

Have the actually got any LotR stuff in?
And how about Jabba's Palace and the latest SW sets?

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By in United Kingdom,

LotR sets are all there and in stock for delivery (free for orders over £50). However, you can only buy a max of 2 sets per LotR. Was able to get Mines of Moria for only £56! But Creator sets and Superheroes are more or less RRP so places like A ma zon would be cheaper. A lot of Friends are out of stock for delivery, but can do Click and Collect if they have it in your nearest one.

^I'm pretty sure I saw Jabba's Palace for £119.

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By in United Kingdom,

Is there a minimum spend? Could be a great time to pick up some Team GB minifigures.

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By in United Kingdom,

Nice, £65 off LOTR sets. Thanks for the notice.

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By in United Kingdom,

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By in United States,

Is this UK only? I want some mining stuff and the garage, so this could be helpful.

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By in United States,

I wish TRU in USA was selling the Lord of the Rings sets at retail. For one example, the Mines of Moria is $100 at Toys R Us, but they've got it "discounted" down to $85 right now...which is still $5 above retail!

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By in United Kingdom,

Nice one. I already had the three cheapest sets. Now I will have them all, my precious. Saving £50. I'm so glad I've cleared a whole shelf in our display cabinet. Now to tell my lovely wife!

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By in United Kingdom,

orwellian $85 for Mines of Moria is still cheaper than the £69 RRP here in England.

I would like to use this offer but my wallet is really empty after the last 6 months of Lego bargain hunting. :) :) :)

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By in United States,

might get the vampire castle or maybe moria

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By in Greece,

Got Jabba's Palace in Basingstoke but definitely got ripped off on the Samurai Mech and Desert Skiff - both were marked up by £5 over RRP so I barely saved a pound on each one with supposedly '20% off'. If you are going in there with the voucher, make sure you check the proper prices beforehand.

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By in United Kingdom,

My wife is abroad so I posted my buy on Facebook. She "Liked" it so I guess I'm not in trouble (for that anyway). What would we do without you Huw? Thanks for the news

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By in United Kingdom,

I would like to say thanks for letting us know about this voucher. Its very rare we get a good LEGO deal at TRU in the UK as happens in the states.

Wasn't going to get any of the LOTR sets as they are so expensive for what you get but 20% makes them so much better value plus had a £50 voucher too so cam out with Helm's Deep, Orc Forge, Gandalf Arrives and Uruk Hai Army for less than the price of Helm's Deep.

One very happy LEGO shopper. : )

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By in United Kingdom,

Made good use of this. Got all the lotr except Shelob from Southampton tru. Had to resist loading the trolley with more.

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By in United Kingdom,

Wish there was in North Wales...We do have a Smyths though so Can't have everything I guess.

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By in United States,

nvm I did not notice the uk only

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By in United Kingdom,

Back from TRU with box-fresh Helm's Deep and Mines of Moria sets! They were just about to unpack them when I arrived! Viva la 20% off!

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