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Down below you’ll find all the best deals on LEGO kits from all the major retailers including Amazon, Target, Toys R Us, eBay Daily Deals and the official LEGO store. Just about every week we see fantastic sales across all of the various LEGO sets including Architecture, Angry Birds, DC Comics, Marvel, Star Wars, Ninjago, City, Pirates, Dimensions, Creator and more:

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Amazon offers the LEGO Ideas Yellow Submarine (21306) for $49.99 with free shipping, which is $10 (17%) below its regular price and the lowest we’ve ever tracked. Also available via Target (discount taken during checkout). Released just over a month ago, this 550-piece LEGO kit includes minifigures of John, Paul, George, Ringo and Jeremy (from the film) and an intricately detailed Yellow Submarine replica. It would make a great holiday gift for any Beatles fan.

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LEGO has announced a new partnership with Ford that will bring some of the auto manufacturer’s most iconic vehicles to miniature scale. In celebration of the Ford GT40’s 1966 win, there will be recreations made available of the original vehicle and its modern day equivalent. Specially designed minifigs will also be making an appearance as part of this upcoming release. These characters have full racing suits and even have a trophy to celebrate with.

The original GT40 has classic 1960’s styling with Ford’s iconic race stripes and wheels. LEGO’s version of the current day model looks like a supercar. Comparing the two side-by-side really showcases the differences in technology between the two. The 2016 Ford GT and 1966 GT40 will each be available exclusively through LEGO on March 1st. In the meantime, be sure to check out LEGO’s existing race car sets including the Mustang GT.

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LEGO Stories November 17, 2016

LEGO Architecture is responsible for some of the coolest miniature recreations of popular cities and buildings around the world. Nearly a year ago we were introduced to its Skyline series that included kits modeled after New York, Berlin and Venice. Today, LEGO has announced three new additions: Chicago, London and Sydney.

Coming this winter, you’ll be able to bring the Willis Tower, the Wrigley Building and more to your desk. Or for world travelers, the Sydney Opera House, Big Ben and the London Eye. Here’s the breakdown on each kit: Chicago 21033 has 444 pieces, London 21034 is a 268 block set and Sydney 21032 is in the middle with 361. It’s unclear where and when these new sets will be available but Amazon has held steady stock of the original three sets over the last year. Each kit is expected to retail for between $30 and $60.

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LEGO has announced a new partnership with BMV that will transform a number of the auto manufacturer’s vehicles into miniature models. The first of which is the R 1200GS Motorcycle. It will be recreated as a part of the LEGO Technic line and will be made up of over 600 pieces. This off-road style bike will be made to exact specifications with cargo boxes, detailed engine parts and more.

The Adventure Motorcyle will stand 18cm high and 33cm long when it is fully put together. It is slated to be released on January 1st as a part of LEGO Technic’s 40th anniversary. Shop the entire line for even more kits, including the Porsche 911 GT3.

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The LEGO Ideas program allows brick building enthusiasts to submit designs with hopes that they may be selected for mass production. The latest creation coming to fruition features what might be some of the most famous minifigs in history. Not only are we getting the iconic Yellow Submarine from the 1968 film, but also the Beatles themselves. The kit, courtesy of Kevin Szeto’s submission and LEGO designer Justin Ramsden, will be hitting store shelves next month.

In what will likely be one of the hottest gifts of the holiday season and one of the coolest Ideas kits yet, the set consists of over 550 pieces along with minifigs of John, Paul, George, Ringo and Jeremy (from the movie). Along with being a pretty close replica of the submarine from the film, we will get access to the cockpit as well. It will hit store shelves on November 1st at $59.99. Head below for the first official images of the set along with a little teaser video from LEGO: expand full story

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Ahead of New York’s Comic Con event this weekend, LEGO has taken the wraps off three new Batman Movie-inspired sets. Two of the new kits – Batcave Break-In and Mr. Freeze Ice Attack – will be available nationwide in late November while the limited edition Arkham Asylum will hit Toys R Us shelves on January 1.

First up, the Batcave Break-In features just over 1,000 pieces and will retail for $100. It has the Penguin’s Duckmobile and a sweet rotating chamber for Bruce Wayne to transform into Batman. The Batboat is also in this set with spring-loaded missiles. It ships with four minifigs, including Batman, Penguin, Bruce Wayne and Alfred. The Mr. Freeze Ice Attack set is a bit smaller at 201 pieces and a $20 price tag. It comes with an Exosuit that fits your existing minifigs or the included Batman, Mr. Freeze and security guard. Finally, the lustworthy Arkham Asylum has a massive 1,628 pieces. It will retail for $150 and includes 12 minifigs in all plus a full-on multi-level recreation of the hospital.

Don’t forget to swing by our LEGO guide for even more deals.

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