20% off LEGO at Target

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Target store's in Australia are offering 20% off Lego from Thursday 8th April until Wednesday 14th April.

Myer stores are also having a sale . And purchases of $50 or more are given a bonus 40005 Easter Bunny. While stocks last (Thanks to jpmanalo for the info).

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By in Malaysia,

I never see any offer in Malaysia~

never mind. i am going to the US ^^

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By in United States,

I don't see much offers alot here in California. I'd love to have Desert Attack (Prince of Persia) but theres a certain game coming out on May 23rd that I'd love to buy. Plus, Slave 1 and Shuttle! So, I'd love to have a special sometime. Either which, I heard from my uncle who works at Wal-mart there's going to be a nice little 20% off at, well, Wal-mart sometime in the next 3 months. Maybe a Summer special?

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By in Australia,

that is so awsome im goingf to beg my mum to go to myer to get that bunny and a tie defender

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By in Australia,

Yay!! There is another sale on at my nearby target!! I will be there in a jiffy!

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By in Canada,

They have Target stores in Australia?! I'd love to take advantage of that deal but Australia is a bit far across the Atlantic pond.

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By in Australia,

I have been in today and there is a lot of stock which is great!! For those of you not in Australia, the big department stores over here do 20% off sales every few months which is great for us, as Lego is a lot more expensive over here. I went to a toy show in Melbourne recently and they were showing the markup on Lego and it was 38% per set for anything over about $20 and 33% for less than $20, so they still do quite well, and I am sure that Lego give the big stores a much better margin than that.

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By in Australia,

Finally, a deal for us Aussies... I think I might go and pick up some of those Green Army men boxes...

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By in Australia,

The 20% off price should in fact be the original price here in Australia. Prices are that preposterous.

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