Pre-order Harry Potter sets at IWOOT

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Our new favourite online LEGO retailer IWOOT is taking pre-orders for Wizarding World sets, which can be shipped anywhere in the world for a very reasonable rate.

Furthermore, dozens of other sets have had their prices slashed, some by more than 40%.

Check out the discounts and pre-order Wizarding World sets today!

 

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14 comments on this article

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By in United Kingdom,

The prices seem to be RRP, or am I missing something?

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By in United Kingdom,

Offer applies at checkout

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By in Sweden,

I'm reading that new customers can get 25% off with a referral code. Can't find one that works though. Not sure if Brickset would be allowed to have one as a non-person, but getting 25% off sure would be amazing.

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By in Sweden,

Also, please @Huw, could we get the Wizarding World category added to the "New in 2018" browse menu?

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By in United Kingdom,

^ Yes -- it should appear shortly.

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By in Canada,

I’d rather back order from Lego Shop website so as to know where my money going. And to get some use from my VIP card.

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By in United Kingdom,

Amazon UK also have preorders for these sets at RRP, with free Prime delivery and the preorder price guarantee.

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By in United States,

Could've gotten it 25% off via google express/Target. Gone now though. 5% off via Target.com. Wait a few weeks and it'll be the typical $20 off.

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By in United States,

*sigh* If only Lego [email protected] would do preorders it'd save headaches and heartaches of not having an item in stock hours after release.

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By in United Kingdom,

Two things, A: Smyths are also allowing preorders on all HP sets apart from the CMFs, B: The IWhoot is sorta dodgy to me and not all the prices are good some aren’t even reduced but they are being scammy and landing them as fake prices

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By in United Kingdom,

I can assure you IWOOT is not dodgy; I met with its affiliate team last week.

They are keen to get a 'foot in the door' of LEGO sales and earn the trust of AFOLs which is why I'm working with them to promote their offers.

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By in United Kingdom,

IWOOT have been going for years and years, and not dodgy in any way shape or form.

I've ordered (LEGO) from them, and they always pack the LEGO secure in a box, with plenty of padding. Not had a squished box yet.

Their DPD delivery/order service is really cool; I think you can order right up until 10pm for next day "hour" tracked service. Which is always handy.

Incidentally, if you use one of the cashback sites, you can grab an additional 6%-10% discount; but you might prefer to click via Brickset, so they get the moolah instead.

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By in Sweden,

So I tried signing up with someone's referral code to get 25% off of my first order. Doesn't work. Wrote to customer support, the answer is of no help. Can't even change the referral code to another without registering another account, either.

So I tried to enter a coupon code (£20 off any order over £100). The code is literally listed on their website as being active and includes no specific terms (i.e. can only be used with a certain type of product, etc.). Doesn't work.

IWOOT lost me as a customer before I even placed a single order. Bad form. Really bad form.

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By in Australia,

`@MTBrickHouse that just makes too much sense for Lego S`@H

We have yet to have a debacle this year like we did last year with the Lego Ideas Saturn V and new UCS MF, but thought the Harry Potter sets would be a good test to see if any lessons were learnt.

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