It’s a rare discount on a set that’s only otherwise available directly from LEGO.com and in LEGO Stores. And it’s also one of prehistoric proportions, bringing the 3,120-piece set down from £220 to £164.
That’s a saving of £56, which is nothing to sniff at on a set of this size. The largest Jurassic Park set to date includes an enormous T. rex, the iconic park gate, and six minifigures. And as we noted in our review, there really is nothing else like it – even if it isn’t the Visitors’ Center many had hoped for ahead of its announcement. (Besides, if it’s good enough for Daniel Radcliffe…)
LEGO.com has also kicked off its Black Friday deals today, with 20% off selected sets, a free 40410 Charles Dickens Tribute with a £150 / $150 spend, and the chance to earn 1,000,000 VIP points. LEGO Creator Expert 10276 Colosseum is also available now, with a free Roman Chariot gift-with-purchase available for early adopters.
To stay up to date on all the LEGO Black Friday offers for 2020, head to these dedicated shopping pages: