LEGO slashes prices by up to 50% in online sale

The LEGO Group has discounted selected products – including LEGO sets, keychains, accessory packs and clothing – by up to 50% in its latest online sale.

You’ll find the biggest discounts on last year’s LEGO x HYPE NINJAGO and LEGO x Adidas clothing ranges, with half-price offers on hoodies, jackets, t-shirts, trousers and more. That includes the grey NINJAGO faces tee we tried out last year, which is now available for just £13.99 in adults’ sizes at LEGO.com in the UK.

Elsewhere, there’s a cool 40% off plenty of sets, keychains and accessory packs, spanning themes from Super Mario and Marvel to The LEGO Movie 2 and DOTS. Several of those discounts are on retiring products, offering one final opportunity to save on them before they disappear for good.

Here’s a few of the highlights from the current sale in the UK and Europe:

71380 Master Your Adventure Maker Set – was £49.99, now £29.99
40421 Belle Bottom, Kevin and Bob – was £17.99, now £10.79
40418 Falcon & Black Widow team up – was £13.49, now £8.09
40386 Batman – was £14.99, now £8.99

76157 Wonder Woman vs. Cheetah header

There’s also a sale going on at the US online store, and while you’re only looking at discounts of up to 20% stateside, there are still some sets worth checking out – including a bundle featuring both LEGO Super Mario and LEGO Luigi starter courses.

5007060 The Team-Up Bundle – was $119.98, now $95.98
76157 Wonder Woman vs. Cheetah – was $39.99, now $31.99
40344 MF Set Summer Celebration – was $12.99, now $10.39
43101 Bandmates – was $4.99, now $3.99

Head over to LEGO.com to check out all the current sales and deals in your region. And remember, you’ll still earn VIP points on sale items (as long as you’re a VIP member!), and these purchases will also count towards the two current free gifts, 40532 Vintage Taxi and 40491 Year of the Tiger. Click here to find out more about those sets.

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Chris Wharfe

I like to think of myself as a journalist first, LEGO fan second, but we all know that’s not really the case. Journalism does run through my veins, though, like some kind of weird literary blood – the sort that will no doubt one day lead to a stress-induced heart malfunction. It’s like smoking, only worse. Thankfully, I get to write about LEGO until then. You can follow me on Twitter at @brfa_chris.

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