Beat LEGO’s price increases with massive discount on 10255 Assembly Square

It may have increased in price recently, but you can beat the change with a massive discount on LEGO 10255 Assembly Square at John Lewis.

Those who recently acquired the new Sanctum Sanctorum, or have been waiting for a chance to expand their LEGO Modular Buildings Collection might be interested to hear that 10255 Assembly Square has been reduced by 20% at John Lewis, discounting the anniversary model from £259.99 down to £207.99. 

Click here to grab 10255 Assembly Square from John Lewis now for £207.99. 

10255 Assembly Square was released to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the LEGO Modular Buildings Collection over five years ago and it remains available to this day. Recently, its RRP was raised from £229.99 to £259.99, so this discount helps you beat the price increases by dropping the build below its original RRP. 

10255 Assembly Square is the largest entry into the LEGO Modular Buildings Collection, spanning one and a half baseplates. The rooms available to minifigures in 10255 Assembly Square include a photo studio, bakery, coffee shop, flower shop, music store, dance studio, dentist, roof terrace and an apartment with a miniature LEGO display 

Click here to grab 10255 Assembly Square from John Lewis now for £207.99. 

A small courtyard is also included in 10255 Assembly Square, while most modular sets only have space for pavement and an alley at the rear. With a fountain and decorative flooring, the courtyard is a good space for posing minifigures that can be on display outside of the interior areas. 

Whether you’re a longtime collector of the LEGO Modular Buildings Collection or have recently purchased a modular model, you can get 10255 Assembly Square from John Lewis now for £207.99, a saving of 20% off compared to its increased RRP. 

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One thought on “Beat LEGO’s price increases with massive discount on 10255 Assembly Square

  • 29/09/2022 at 10:52
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    wasn’t it’s original RRP £179.99?

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