Monday, 9th November 2020 at 3:28 pm
Is there a more timeless toy brand around than Lego? The interlocking toy bricks have been captivating children the world over since 1949, and seem to have recreated every major film, TV show, and national landmark known to man. That’s why we’re pleased to announce we’re already seeing some Lego deals out there ahead of Black Friday.
Lego has had a great few months – Prime Day saw up to 40 per cent off selected sets and up to 30 per cent off selected Lego video games, and took up two of the coveted slots on the DreamToys list of top toys for Christmas 2020. Lego is set to have a great Black Friday then, and we have the best deals available right now ahead of the early sale on 21st November. Just make sure not to step on your brand-new purchase!
And if you are a technology lover, don’t forget that Cyber Monday is coming later this month and that will be full of deals for the latest gadgets. Plus, see our guide to all the best Black Friday deals available now.
Lego’s newly-launched Christmas 2020 catalogue says LEGO.com‘s Black Friday 2020 deals will begin a bit earlier than the actual event on 21st November. There’s a caveat with that, the early date is only for VIPs, the actual deals for the general Lego user will be Black Friday itself on 27th November. That gives you plenty of time to snap up a deal in time for Christmas. We’d also expect the sale to continue through to Cyber Monday.
Last year, Lego offered 30 per cent discounts on some pretty hot sets, like NINJAGO CITY, 71044 Disney Train and Station and a few larger adult sets like NASA Apollo Saturn V.
That gives us a clue as to what to expect from LEGO deals this year, as two out of those three sets are no discontinued. We expect this year we’ll see more of the same, sets on their way out discounted heavily. There’s nothing confirmed yet, but that’s the usual pattern.
If it is LEGO games you are after, we would suggest keeping an eye on retailers such as AO.com, Amazon, GAME and Argos.
If you’re looking for offers now read on, but Amazon has already started the early Black Friday deals with a few sets cut by 20 per cent. Check back on Amazon to see what new LEGO offers pop up as the Boba Fett Helmet is now back in stock (£54.68).
The best deals from last year included a range of Lego sets from Harry Potter to Avengers. The prices below reflect last year’s reductions, so they might vary now.
Lego wasn’t the only place you could find deals, Smyths Toy Store also had 25 per cent off LEGO sets and John Lewis ran deals too.
It’s worth checking the lego.com website for their featured offer, which rotates frequently. There are also several other deals that you can take advantage of. See below:
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Smyths Black Friday deals are worth checking out too. Smyths has some great prices on LEGO sets:
As well as the wider Argos Black Friday deals, with 2 for £15 and 2 for £30 on selected LEGO sets, Argos has the brand-new Lego Super Mario sets which are must buy for any Lego and Mario fan.
Amazon Black Friday deals have already started. The retailer has a good mix of Disney, Star Wars, and Harry Potter Lego – including a 41cm high Burj Khalifa replica for anyone feeling brave.
For the Lego collector, John Lewis Black Friday deals are worth checking out. John Lewis is a must-visit due to their numerous exclusive sets – including the absolutely monstrous Imperial Star Destroyer, which at over 110cm long is the biggest Lego set ever made. We also have our eye on the impressive-looking James Bond Aston Martin!
Lego has a 2-4 day delivery service for orders over £50 online or by phone, otherwise, it’s £3.95. For all the Lego delivery information, check out Lego.com.
For more of the latest Black Friday offers, take a look at our dedicated brand and retail deals pages below:
Want more offers? Keep checking our Black Friday 2020 guide as we work hard to source and research the best and cheapest deals for you. We’ll also have all the latest news from our experts in the lead up to Black Friday and Cyber Monday. For more tech deals check out the technology section.
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