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LEGO Black Friday & Cyber Monday Sales

The Christmas shopping season officially begins this weekend with Black Friday to Cyber Monday specials. Retailers are competing for your attention and wallet with deep discounts, special promotions, and holiday freebies. Below, we will look at some of the best places to look for LEGO deals during your holiday shopping trip.

LEGO STORES & ONLINE LEGO SHOP: Official LEGO stores carry the full line of currently available LEGO sets, and if you have one near you, I would definitely recommend checking it out. An awesome piece of news is that LEGO VIP members no longer have to present a pre-purchased coupon to take advantage of their VIP Points. LEGO stores switched back to the previous system where you can redeem your points at the time of checkout. Another positive change is that now you can check if an item is in stock at your nearest LEGO store, directly from the item’s page at the Online LEGO Shop. This is especially useful during the holiday rush when there may be long wait times when calling your local store.

If you don’t feel like fighting the crowds, or you don’t have a LEGO store near you, the Online LEGO Shop is the best option. The specials offered this weekend include the exclusive limited edition #40433 LEGO Mini 1989 Batmobile with the purchase of the newly released #76139 LEGO 1989 Batmobile. To take advantage of this offer, visit the Online LEGO Shop.

Another freebie this weekend is the #40338 LEGO Christmas Tree set with purchases of $120 or more. This set is actually quite large with 392 pieces, featuring a decorated Christmas tree with a little train going around it (you can rotate the top of the tree, to have the train go around). You could use the set as a nice holiday centerpiece, or as a gift to someone. This offer is valid on all purchases at official LEGO stores and the Online LEGO Shop.

If you are not accustomed to using the Online LEGO Shop, or you have friends/relatives who are going to be purchasing LEGO for you, the online LEGO Holiday Gift Shop can be a big help. This is a special section of the Online LEGO Shop, which helps guide those who are purchasing gift items. It has easily navigable sections for inexpensive stocking stuffers, LEGO sets by age range, the most popular sets, large exclusives, seasonal sets, and quick-links to special promotions and the sales page. See links  below:

WAL-MART, TARGET & OTHER RETAILERS: These are the generic big-box retail stores. They usually have a good selection of LEGO sets, their prices aren’t inflated (although it’s always a good idea to double check), and they usually have great deals around the holiday season in the 20-50% off range. One tip I would give is that don’t take the shelf-prices for granted. There are often sales going on which are not yet marked on the shelves (especially around this time of the year when stores are so busy). Take items up to a price-checking station to get the most current price. Also, don’t forget to check the website of these retailers, as they often have online-only deals during the holiday season.

SHOPPING FOR LEGO AT AMAZON.COM: One of the best places to shop for LEGO, especially around the holidays, is Amazon.com. Their prices are excellent, as they like to undercut – or at least match – everyone else. As a caveat, always look for the Eligible for Free Shipping icon in the item description. These are items shipped directly by Amazon. (Amazon also has affiliates and their shipping may not be free and/or their service may not be as reliable.) Amazon has a dedicated LEGO store section, with all the currently available sets: VISIT THE AMAZON LEGO STORE

SHOPPING FOR RETIRED, USED & BULK LEGO: If you have your eyes on a retired LEGO set, or just want to pick up some used or bulk LEGO, eBay.com and BrickLink.com are the best places to shop. Always check the seller’s feedback and if you’re not sure about something, ask questions before making a purchase. One thing to remember when shopping on eBay and BrickLink is that these are usually small hobby sellers who will need to pack and ship your order during their spare time. Place your orders at least two weeks before Christmas to make sure the package arrives on time.

RECENTLY RELEASED EXCLUSIVE SETS: Here is a list of all the most talked about sets that were released in the past couple of months you may consider for the holidays. The #75252 LEGO Star Wars Ultimate Collector Series Imperial Star Destroyer is the largest LEGO Star Wars set to date. The #42110 LEGO Technic Land Rover Defender, and the #42100 LEGO Technic Liebherr R 9800 Excavator are two impressive sets that are also challenging to build. The #71044 LEGO Disney Train and Station comes with a fully motorized train. The #10269 LEGO Creator Expert Harley-Davidson Fat Boy and the #10265 LEGO Creator Ford Mustang would make great gifts for car and motorcycle fans. The #21318 LEGO Ideas Treehouse looks beautiful on display, and can be changed to fall colors to match the season. The #75936 LEGO Jurassic Park: T. Rex Rampage and the #21320 LEGO Ideas Dinosaur Fossils set are perfect for dinosaur fans. And the #10267 LEGO Winter Village Gingerbread House is the latest in the LEGO Winter Village series. You can find them all at the New tab of the Online LEGO Shop. Also, check the Sale section of the Online LEGO Shop for discounted sets.

If you already know what you want to get, shopping online is usually best and most convenient option. Most retailers offer free shipping, or a very low shipping threshold, during the holiday season to encourage online orders, and they offer the same or even better specials online as in stores. Also, when shopping with online retailers like Amazon, you can pick up other non-LEGO items at the same time.

Hope this guide helps you a little in your holiday LEGO shopping. If you would like to add your own LEGO shopping tips feel free to share them in the comment section below, along with any great deals you run across between now and Christmas. Happy huntin’!

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  • LEGOJeff November 29, 2019, 10:42 AM

    Guys, these are today’s deals on big sets:

    30% off LEGO NASA Apollo Saturn V
    30% off Cinderella’s Dream Castle
    30% off Disney Train and Station

    • Martin November 29, 2019, 11:34 AM

      Thanks for this. The Saturn V is a must. And I think admin said it’s retiring at the end of the year.

  • TomTom November 29, 2019, 11:50 AM

    Anybody willing to sell the smaller Batmobile separately?

    • sammy November 29, 2019, 12:05 PM

      Check on bricklink and ebay. They already have them listed. It’s a great set!

  • Master Builder November 29, 2019, 12:59 PM

    For the most part, black friday is overrated. I usually find better deals after black friday when retailers panic because they didn’t sell enough stuff during black friday. And also at the end of the year when they want to get rid of old stock. It’s not worth getting trempled over.

  • Adam III November 29, 2019, 1:42 PM

    Do you guys think some of the 2020 sets will be available early? I would love to get some before the end of the year.

    • Håkan November 29, 2019, 2:46 PM

      At least through some retailers, I guess it isn’t impossible.

      But don’t get disappointed if it’ll be the ‘wrong’ sets…

  • Giza November 30, 2019, 10:58 AM

    I think the batmobile freebie is gone already?

    • admin December 1, 2019, 8:17 PM

      Yes, it appears so. It was a super popular freebie, and it looks like LEGO couldn’t keep up. 😀

  • Mark Avery December 2, 2019, 9:57 PM

    I don’t buy this ,”Lego couldn’t keep up” business.
    It’s just marketing. If they wanted, they could have plenty of inventory..

    • admin December 2, 2019, 10:14 PM

      Avery, this was posted on the Ambassador Forum by the AFOL Engagement Team: “We were informed that the shop at LEGO.com did indeed crash on Black Friday and I know that the ecommerce team was working intensely to solve the issues on the site and we were in contact with the team on Friday as we saw the feedback coming in from LAN. This is a very unfortunate shopper experience and I’ve forwarded the feedback to the integration team in order to ensure that this feedback is delivered and handled by the internal business units related to these incidents.”

      So, they indeed were having issues, which, unfortunately, meant that a lot of people missed out on the freebie Batmobile. 🙁

  • Mark Avery December 2, 2019, 9:59 PM

    Does anyone post when and where 2020 sets hit stores?
    Websites, please?

    • admin December 2, 2019, 10:12 PM

      Mark, they should be available on January 1st at major LEGO retailers, as well as directly from LEGO.

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