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Update (5/24 10:40am): We’ve found a handful of other notable LEGO deals at Amazon:
- City Great Vehicles w/ Powerboat: $21 (Reg. $28)
- Technic Getaway Racer: $14 (Reg. $19)
- City Demolition Service Truck: $16 (Reg. $20)
- City Train Station: $42 (Reg. $53)
There is a large amount of LEGO deals available this morning with discounts on popular sets including Minecraft, City, Angry Birds and many more. You’ll find a variety of price drops at Amazon and Target. Free shipping varies by retailer and in-store pick up is available in some instances.
Our favorite deals come way of LEGO’s Minecraft-themed sets. We’re big fans of the Minecraft 21122 Nether Fortress Set for $49.59 shipped (Reg. $61+). This set has 571 pieces with a glow-in-the-dark design and the ability to shoot fireballs from the Ghast. It’s an Amazon favorite with a 4.8/5 star rating from over 100 customers. Another standout is the LEGO City Square 60097 for $131.99 shipped (Reg. $160). Also available at Target.
You’ll want to check out the full selection of Target’s 20% off LEGO promotion for more deals. A standout deal is the City Police Station (60047) for $58.39 shipped (Reg. $71+). Rated 4.8/5 stars by nearly 500 Amazon reviewers. Head over to this landing page for a full look at what’s available.
Angry Birds fans will want to cash in on a number of LEGO sets that are currently on sale at Amazon. Here are some notable deals:
- 75821 Piggy Car Escape: $10 (Reg. $13)
- 75822 Piggy Plane Attack: $16 (Reg. $20)
- 75823 Bird Island Egg Heist: $24 (Reg. $30)
- 75826 King Pig’s Castle: $72 (Reg. $90)
Even more deals can be found over at Target.
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Update (4/12 11:45am):
- Amazon has discounted the LEGO CITY Fire Ladder Truck (60107) down to $18 (Reg. $25)
- Target via eBay has discounted a few LEGO bundles:
- Amazon now has LEGO Star Wars First Order Transporter 75103 for $76 shipped (Reg. $90)
- Amazon offers the
LEGO City 60051 for $102.04 shipped (Reg. $120+).
This morning we’ve noticed a number of popular LEGO sets on sale from trusted retailers like Amazon, Target and Walmart. We’ve rounded up some of the best deals below. Free shipping is available on some listings alongside in-store pick up.
Our favorite deal this morning is LEGO Ideas’ The Big Bang Theory 21302 Building Kit for $45.67 Prime shipped at Amazon. This set has a list price of $59.99 and still goes for that much at retailers like Target. Designed for Big Bang fans, you’ll be able to “build an authentic replica of Leonard and Sheldon’s living room.” There are seven minifigs included in this kit alongside a collector’s edition booklet. Rated a near-perfect 4.9/5 stars by 199 Amazon customers. Not familiar with the LEGO Ideas program? Check out the full lot of crowd-sourced designs here.
LEGO Minecraft 21117 The Ender Dragon: $49 (Reg. $60) | Amazon
Before you head on to the rest of today’s price drops, be sure to take a look at this LEGO Storage Brick for $29.99 Prime shipped that can hold thousands of blocks at a time. Rated 4.5/5 stars by nearly 200 Amazon customers.
More LEGO Deals:
- Star Wars 75103 First Order Transporter: $76 (Reg. $90) | Target via eBay
- Scooby-Doo 75902 The Mystery Machine: $21 w/ in-store pickup (Reg. $30) | Walmart
- Minecraft 21114 The Farm: $21 (Reg. $25+) | Amazon or Walmart
- Creator 31044 Park Animals: $12 (Reg. $15) | Amazon
- Friends 41104 Pop Star Dressing Room: $19 (Reg. $27) | Amazon
- Star Wars 75085 Hailfire Droid: $18 (Reg. $30) | Target
- Disney 41068 Arendelle Castle Celebration: $48 (Reg. $60) | Amazon
In case you missed it last week, Disney and LEGO partnered on some pretty sweet new minifigs that are set to launch next month. Head over to this blog post from Disney for more information.
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After a long wait, Minecraft and Nintendo are finally getting together on a Wii U version of its wildly popular block-building third-person game. After hitting nearly every console over the last four years, Minecraft is rounding out its offerings. This won’t be a stripped down version either, Wii U gamers will have access to six of the most popular texture packs plus another 16 expansion options. Full details below on the release and more.
Minecraft Stories October 15, 2015
After enjoying one of the most successful multi-platform runs in recent memory, Minecraft is back again with its newly released Story Mode title on iOS and Android, as well as other platforms. This new rendition, from Telltale Games, builds on the success of the original title by bringing campaign-style play to the mix.
Jesse, the main character, adventures through the Overworld in the first episode The Order of the Stone. For the first time, Minecraft gamers will experience dialogue and have choices that effect the outcome of each episode. The voice-overs are handled by a number of celebrities including Patton Oswald, Ashley Johnson, Scott Porter and others. There are a total of five sections to the game, which can be purchased at a 25% discount through the app.
Minecraft: Story Mode is available today in iOS and Android app stores for $4.99. Head below for a gameplay trailer and a full description. Have a child interested in Minecraft? Learn to code with these polygonal-inspired guides as a part of today’s Amazon Gold Box.
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The much anticipated upcoming Minecraft: Story Mode now has a release date according to a new Amazon product listing. With a loaded cast of voices, including: Patton Oswalt, Brian Posehn, Ashley Johnson, amongst others, this new story-based spin-off is packed with potential. Head below for pre-order information and additional details.
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Most likely you’ve heard about HoloLens by know, Microsoft’s holographic headset that brings digital animations, video and games to life. Although it has recently been hyped for its upcoming role in Minecraft, it has also found a home in academic settings as well. Head below to see the full video on how Case Western Reserve is utilizing HoloLens to bring human anatomy to life. expand full story
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It has already been an eventful week at E3, with Xbox, Playstation and Nintendo showing off the latest titles and hardware advances to be expected over the next 6-8 months. Microsoft made a huge splash yesterday with new games and a killer updated controller that would make even James Bond jealous.
Regardless of which side of the console wars you’re on, or if you are undecided, the Xbox One deserves a second look. Microsoft has rebounded from a tough start to the year with some killer titles coming by Christmas and has pushed itself out in front of the PlayStation 4 as a dominant streaming media player. On top of that, the deal machine has been cranking out solid discounts on some of Microsoft’s flagship bundles. Now is the time to get on board with Xbox One if you’ve been waiting… expand full story
Minecraft Stories June 1, 2015
It feels like a dream come true: LEGO has finally released its own version of Minecraft. That’s right, you are now able to build and customize an entire world with glorious (virtual) plastic bricks. But this isn’t just a carbon-copy of Mojang’s wildly-popular game, it is without a doubt a LEGO game, right down to the customizable avatar. Head below to find out how you can dive into LEGO Worlds… expand full story
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