A popular set within this theme, simply enter the code LEGOSTRETCH at checkout to save £15 when you spend £85 or more. If you spend £200 or more then you can save the maximum £40 on your total order, with this offer available until April 4.
First released in early 2021, 21325 Medieval Blacksmith is one of the best sets in the current LEGO Ideas lineup. The set features references to the Black Falcons faction, which appeared in Castle sets during the mid-‘80s. However, it combines these with several modern conveniences: a diverse colour palette, sophisticated building techniques, extensive interior detail and a larger piece count than prior Castle models.
Medieval-inspired LEGO sets are generally rare nowadays, with the selection of sets dropping off dramatically over the last few years. Since this is a particularly nice model (and unlikely to be re-explored any time soon) it’s a must-have for any LEGO Castle fan.
While a retirement date hasn’t been given for this particular model, it’s a little long in the tooth nowadays. As such it’s probably best to pick it up sooner rather than later – and this offer on the John Lewis site provides the perfect excuse. If you only buy this model, you’ll end up with a final price of £114.99 – that’s a saving of more than 11% from the RRP of £129.99. Bigger savings can be made when you reach the £200 mark for the £40 discount.
John Lewis often has a wide selection of LEGO sets in stock, including several hard-to-find products with limited retail availability. This new offer provides significant discounts on all LEGO purchases, making now a great time to buy a few different things at once.
If you’ve never ordered from John Lewis before, have no fear. The retailer is renowned for its excellent customer service and you can track your order once it’s been made. Delivery is free on orders over £50, so there are no postage costs even if you only snap up 21325 Medieval Blacksmith in this promotion.
John Lewis may be running this offer until April 4, but many of the most sought-after sets are likely to sell out before then. As such, we advise you to make any purchases sooner rather than later.
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