Lowest price to date on 10302 Optimus Prime for John Lewis members

Take advantage of great John Lewis LEGO deals for members right now, with the lowest price to date on LEGO ICONS 10302 Optimus Prime.

John Lewis members who spend £120 or more on LEGO sets can save £30 on a wide range of must-have models. This includes LEGO ICONS 10302 Optimus Prime, currently at its lowest price to date, with 20% off the set’s usual RRP of £149.99.

Click here to buy 10302 Optimus Prime for £119.99.

John Lewis members who enter code LEGO30 at the checkout will be able to pick up the LEGO Transformers model for £119.99, while stocks last. The 1,508-piece set is a unique collaboration between the LEGO Group and Hasbro, with the 18+ build being the first ever brick-built version of the classic Robot in Disguise.

10302 Optimus Prime can be displayed as the Autobot leader, complete with ion blaster, energon axe, jet pack and Matrix of Leadership or transformed into a lorry, without taking the model apart. Standing over 35 cm tall, Optimus Prime also includes a special display plaque, complete with essential stats on the heroic character.

Click through this link to browse the full LEGO range at John Lewis now.

Make purchases of over £50 on any LEGO sets at John Lewis and you’ll also be eligible to receive free standard delivery. Signing up to become a member couldn’t be easier and once you have you’ll be able to use code LEGO30 at the checkout to bag 10302 Optimus Prime at the reduced price.

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4 thoughts on “Lowest price to date on 10302 Optimus Prime for John Lewis members

  • 30/08/2022 at 15:11

    I have checked with John Lewis, as the code didn’t work for me either, and they said offers are allocated to individual memberships, not as a blanket offer. They couldn’t/wouldn’t allow me access to the offer. So, we’re not doing anything wrong. Just not everyone can use the code.

  • 29/08/2022 at 17:02


    I’ve created a John Lewis account and tried to use the promotional code LEGO30 and it says the code is not valid??

    Please advise


    Robert across

  • 29/08/2022 at 14:14

    This code isnt working for me.
    It’s still in stock. Am I doing something wrong?

  • 28/08/2022 at 22:59

    The code doesn’t work. And I’ve read that loads of people are having the same problem. I’m contacting John Lewis about this, but Brickfanatics should also look into why this is an issue for so many people! A couple of sets I wanted to buy have now gone our of stock because I can’t use the code, and I’m not alone!

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