Amazon currently has the LEGO Star Wars Super Star Destroyer 10221 on sale at $319.97. Other notable sales include LEGO Creator Maersk Train 10219, LEGO Star Wars 10225 R2D2, and LEGO Star Wars 9515 The Malevolence.
“Brick Friday” is back at the LEGO Shop Online. The sale starts at midnight EST / 9 PM PST tonight and lasts through November 26 (aka “Cyber Monday”).
- Free shipping on orders over $49.
- Free exclusive holiday set on orders over $99.
- 10% off all orders over $149.
In addition, LEGO has discounted over sixty products between 5% and 50%. Highlights include this year’s LEGO Star Wars Advent Calendar at 50% off.
The other items discounted by 50% are:
- Collectible Minifigures, Series 7
- Collectible Minifigures, Series 8
- Minifigure Presentation Boxes
- LEGO Harry Potter: Building the Magical World
Highlights from items discounted by 20% include:
Link for U.S. readers
Link for Canadian readers
Link for U.K. readers
Today only, members of the LEGO VIP Program get early access to “Brick Friday” sales.
- The free shipping amount has been lowered to $49.
- At $99, you get this year’s exclusive holiday set for free (which can’t be purchased separately).
- At $149, you get 10% off your whole order.
And since we haven’t mentioned it yet, the LEGO Shop now has a Retiring Soon page that highlights LEGO sets for which production runs will not be renewed, and so whatever LEGO currently has in stock is all that’s left.
Chief among these is the classic LEGO Castle set 10193 Medieval Market Village, unveiled at BrickCon 2009.
Don’t miss the rest of the Retiring Soon sets on LEGO.com.
The LEGO Shop has discounted a few sets by 10%, including 10219 Maersk Train. Ten percent isn’t a huge discount, but a couple of these are exclusive to LEGO stores, so you won’t find them on clearance at your local big box store.
Excluding things like keychains (wait for them to go down to 75% off and then harvest them for their organs — I mean, parts!) and flashlights, here’s the list:
And remember that LEGO is doing free shipping on all orders over $99 through December 18.
LEGO’s latest exclusive set, Monster Fighters 10228 Haunted House, has also just been released.
The set comes with six minifigs, over two thousand parts, and enough zombie heads to build a horde.
Here’s a look at the freebie, which actually looks like it has some pretty nice pieces in it (including another zombie):
As Ace over at FBTB rightly guessed, LEGO has also been kind enough to create a page for The Brothers Brick on the Shop@Home website. We’ll be filling it up with the sets we recommend shortly, but in the meantime you can click through from here to get your free shipping and free set:
- US: The Brothers Brick page on the LEGO Shop
- UK: The Brothers Brick page on the LEGO Shop
- Canada: The Brothers Brick page on the LEGO Shop
Important: If you’d like to help support The Brothers Brick, we’d love it if you would bookmark this blog post and use it to click through to the US, UK, and Canadian Shop@Home websites. (Don’t bookmark the pages I linked to above. Oddly, LEGO’s systems won’t know where you came from and 3% of your purchase won’t go toward helping us pay the bills. Ah, software…)
Adding to the LEGO Star Wars sets that are 30% off, Amazon.com has just discounted most of the LEGO Lord of the Rings line as well.
Here’s the list:
- Save $27.50 on 9474 The Battle of Helm’s Deep
- Save $10 on 9473 The Mines of Moria
- Save $24 on 4194 LEGO Whitecap Bay (LEGO Pirates of the Caribbean, but still a good discount…
Some of the discounts have dropped or ended since I got Amazon’s email this morning, so this one might not last as long as the Star Wars sets.
And unfortunately, these may only be available to our US readers. (We’ll have something cool for people in more places in a couple of days.)
LEGO Star Wars sets are usually excluded from sales at brick-and-mortar stores, so sales at Amazon.com and other online retailers are always a pleasant surprise.
All of the following sets are 30% off:
- Save $36 on 7964 Republic Frigate
- Save $21 on 7961 Darth Maul’s Sith Infiltrator
- Save $18 on 7931 T-6 Jedi Shuttle
- Save $15 on 7930 Bounty Hunter Assault Gunship
7962 Anakin’s & Sebulba’s Podracers is also discounted by 22%, saving you $20 on a $90 set
These deals tend to be pretty dynamic, so if you’ve been waiting for these sets to go on sale, now’s the time to act.
As always, The Brothers Brick receives a percentage of the sales when you click through from here, and we use that money to pay for server costs (not insubstantial with a global audience), buy prizes to give away during BrickCon and other events, and generally give back to the community.
The LEGO Shop online has just marked down a huge number of LEGO sets, some as much as 75% off.
Act quickly, because these types of deals are usually gone within a few hours.
There’s also a special promo for NinjaGo, which gets you a booster pack on all orders over $75.
The LEGO Shop online continues its Black Friday deals through Cyber-Monday, enabling all you procrastinators out there (or those of you who were traveling, like me) to get in on the shopping action.
Although the special holiday set has run out, here’s what you get through midnight EST today:
- Free shipping on all orders of $49 or more
Free Limited Edition Holiday set featuring Santa Minifigure with orders of $99 or more
- 10% off all orders of $149 or more
- 25% off a bunch of sets (list below)
The LEGO Shop isn’t the only place you’ll find deals. Amazon.com also has a bunch of Cyber-Monday deals, including 7066 Earth Defence HQ for $12 off (along with more I don’t have time to link to before I rush out the door for work).
Amazon.com keeps dropping the price of the recently released LEGO Architecture set 21010 Robie House. At the moment, it’s 32% off, for a savings of $64.
Price was one of the big complaints when this was released, so quit complainin’ and get shoppin’! Looks like it’ll make a great dark red parts pack.