40% off LEGO at Bilka, Denmark

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From today until next Saturday, the supermarket chain Bilka in Denmark is offering 40% off all LEGO, which sounds like an offer you can't afford to miss given the inflated price of it in the country.

It appears to be online and in store: Find out more.


(Thanks to Esbob for the news, and sorry for the delay in posting, I was at the Olympic athletics yesterday)

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By in Denmark,

It is all week long - starting today, and ending saturday ... So you don't have to hurry that much ;)

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By in Denmark,

I'm facepalming myself right now. I just bought some sets on sale, and they are cheaper here :/

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By in Curaçao,

^^ Thanks, I've corrected the article.

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By in Norway,

Only Denmark ? ore can them send to Norway.

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By in Denmark,

Only Denmark - you can order online, but they only deliver "to addresses in Jylland and bridge-connected islands in Denmark". Read http://www.bilka.dk/Kundeservice/Saadan-handler-du-online for full info (if you understand or are able to translate the danish)

Also I've noted that most of the Friends-sets are out of stock in the online shop, and the selection of different sets seems smaller, so it is mostly aimed at the physical shops.

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By in Sweden,

I was at Bilka this morning 30 mins after opening time and it was already mad crazy at the Lego section. Lots of Lego boxes stacked up high and many rows. From what I could see, the Friends sets were popular, so were the LOTR Mines of Moria set, and to some extent, Monster Fighters Vampyre Castle and LOTR Battle of Helm's Deep. I came out with a trolley cart of big sets which cost a mini fortune. Now I need to work more to earn back that money. :-P

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By in Norway,

At my local TRU, it was 50% of last year

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By in Norway,

JackSparrow2 from? last year sets?

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By in Denmark,

POTC got out-of-stock too... was so ready to get Black Pearl! ;-(

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By in Denmark,

Somehow I think LEGO should make a perminent 40% cut of their prices.

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