20% off LEGO at ArgosPosted by Huw, 27 Mar 2010 03:43Pig Farm & Tractor7684-1 City Farm 2010 ©2010 LEGO GroupUK store Argos has 20% off all LEGO until Tuesday. They have a large range including Star Wars and Toy Story so if you've been waiting until they are available at a more reasonable price, now's the time to buy. 19 comments on this article By legofanatic2414 in United States, 27 Mar 2010 04:04Hmm, I wonder whats the occasion? Maybe its another random special like they always do at ToysRus. Well, I'm not even NEAR Argos so this doesn't effect me much, should it? Why am I commenting? Where am I? LOL. But still they should really consider having a special here in USA. By Brickman193 in Australia, 27 Mar 2010 04:24Or down here in Australia... By voyanui8768 in United Kingdom, 27 Mar 2010 04:25It says 20% of all lego but thats not true as its really only the expensive stuff. I was thinking of geting the arc fighter at only £40 but i think i'll save my money for Prince of Persia (as you need a LOT of it ;) ) and the better, august Star Wars. By Pulpdiction in United Kingdom, 27 Mar 2010 04:40Most of the sub £10 stiff is not on sale, the bigger stuff endor set for example is not in stock for home delivery and is available to reserve at some stores after the promotional price expires, not sure if you reserve it now for collection after 30th if the price is still valid or not? I couldn't immediately find anything on the web site that tells me.Tried a couple of other things, about 10 in totoal all either available for reserve after 30th, when promotion has ended or out of stock currently.A bit of a pointless promotion really if there's no stock. By capnrex in United Kingdom, 27 Mar 2010 05:13At my local there is loads in stock, I have just got Luke's Landspeeder for £19.99! Not bad! By Renegade007cjh in United Kingdom, 27 Mar 2010 05:27Typical - most of the stuff on sale I've already bought (at the much higher prices, such as Atlantis, Toy Story and a few Star Wars), whilst the ones I need are out of stock. Oh, well. Maybe I won't snap up the new sets immediately, if this is my reward - perhaps I should wait for offers like this...? Nah!!! By CamberbrickGreen in United Kingdom, 27 Mar 2010 06:37That's right- it's an empty promotion, theres hardly any stock (by checking online) of many sought after items- NO SALE Argos. By kaboomlegoman in United States, 27 Mar 2010 07:26Well, it's not in my country, but I've seen that some think Argos is unreliable, and some think that it's great. I guess twenty percent off is not such a bad deal! By Jabba the Taff in United Kingdom, 27 Mar 2010 08:10Just picked up ARC fighter, Buzz and Zurg this morning. There's also a £5 voucher when you spend £50 or £10 when you spend £100. So I picked up Zurg for £10.99! Everything I looked at was in stock. I think Amazon looks as though it's price matching on a few of the sets if you can't find them at your local. By I like Lego in Canada, 27 Mar 2010 09:00Yay for the British! By Pulpdiction in United Kingdom, 27 Mar 2010 09:24I dcan't see anything matching the Argos discounts on Amazon By CommanderOrbit27 (film girl) in Ireland, 27 Mar 2010 10:44Does this include the Irish Argos's? By C-Fish in United States, 27 Mar 2010 10:45How come we hardly ever get something like this in the U.S. of A.? 20% off is not a bad deal. WalMart had a sale like that on BIONICLE Glatorian sets for a long time. By timbutnice in United Kingdom, 27 Mar 2010 11:31Just picked up the Farm and Echo Base, Troll fortress and Apple Tree house hopefully arriving Monday. Happy! By Jabba the Taff in United Kingdom, 27 Mar 2010 12:56@Pulpdiction The Toy Story sets - Buzz and Zurg were £15.99 last night (I checked before reserving them at Argos!), but have gone back up in price. Sorry. The Landspeeder is still £19.99 at Amazon. And the Tie Defender is £32.@Cap'n CrayfishYou get WAAAAY more sales than us. I see sales for the US most weeks! By Brickmatic in Australia, 27 Mar 2010 15:40So with a 20% sale, does that mean UK prices become similar to US full retail MSRP? You know, after computing the exchange rate. By Pulpdiction in United Kingdom, 27 Mar 2010 17:23Landspeeder over £27 now at Amazon. By C-Fish in United States, 27 Mar 2010 17:28Huh. Sounds like Europeans and US both think the grass is greener on the other side of the sea... :-) By atkinsar in United Kingdom, 28 Mar 2010 11:23I picked up Droid Tri-Fighter, Neptune Carrier and Woody's Round-Up and saved myself £21 in total, not bad. I found this Argos sale on the first day and there was plenty of stock, I think it just went fast. If you reserve to collect in store, I'm pretty they will honour the price even if it has since gone up. Commenting has ended on this article.