Six top picks from IWOOT’s massive LEGO sale

Online retailer IWOOT is currently holding a huge sale across LEGO sets new and old, so here’s our top six picks for the best bargains.

From CITY and Star Wars to Creator 3-in-1 and NINJAGO, iwantoneofthose.com (better known as IWOOT) has some seriously substantial discounts available on plenty of LEGO sets in all shapes and sizes – with several enjoying a further 20% discount using code LEGO20.

If you’re scratching your head over what to buy to make the most of the sale, dive into our top picks – including their prices post-discount – below.

6 – 71756 Hydro Bounty

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It only launched in June, but already the biggest set of the NINJAGO Seabound line-up can be had for a very tempting price through IWOOT. Normally retailing for £119.99 in the UK, 71756 Hydro Bounty – a snazzy submarine take on the theme’s main mode of transport – includes the full line-up of colourful ninja, and comes down to just £85.59 using code LEGO20 at checkout.

5 – 76389 Hogwarts Chamber of Secrets

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The extra 20% discount isn’t currently available on 76389 Hogwarts Chamber of Secrets, but no bother: the biggest standard retail LEGO Harry Potter 20th anniversary set (so, discounting 76391 Hogwarts Icons Collectors’ Edition) is already discounted enough to make it worth grabbing, especially given it’s also a relatively newer set. Check out our review here, then head over to IWOOT to pick it up, where it’s down from £129.99 to £107.99.

4 – 41685 Magical Funfair Roller Coaster

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If 10261 Roller Coaster is slightly beyond your budget, this colourful LEGO Friends alternative is absolutely worth a look-in – particularly at its current price on IWOOT. Using code LEGO20 brings the already-discounted set down to just £55.19, a fraction of its £79.99 retail price. As well as the eponymous ride, 41685 Magical Funfair Roller Coaster includes a big top with a magic show, a pendulum ride and plenty of funfair-themed accessories.

3 – 75314 The Bad Batch Attack Shuttle

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An even more recent release given it only arrived on shelves in August, the as-yet-one-and-only tie-in set for Star Wars: The Bad Batch is currently discounted by £15 at IWOOT. It’s not eligible for the extra 20% off code at this stage, but if you’re after an early discount on a set with a very attractive minifigure line-up – plus some other good things, too – make a beeline for 75314 The Bad Batch Attack Shuttle.

2 – 60295 Stunt Show Arena

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So new that it’s only been available to buy for three weeks, 60295 Stunt Show Arena is the biggest set in the LEGO Group’s CITY Stuntz line-up. And thanks to IWOOT’s LEGO Week sale, you can already snap it up with an almost 30% discount, bringing the regular retail price of £89.99 down to just £65.59 using the LEGO20 code at checkout. Not bad for a set that’s as new as they get.

1 – 31109 Pirate Ship

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This Creator set may not be the newest in the LEGO Group’s range of 3-in-1 builds, but it’s very much up there with the best – and for fans of classic LEGO Pirates, 31109 Pirate Ship is a must-have not just once, but three times over. That’s an expensive proposition at full retail price, but IWOOT’s sale brings the trio of excellent designs down to just £62.39 – a treasure very much worth sailing the seven seas (or using the LEGO20 discount code) to claim, yarr.

IWOOT offers free shipping on all orders above £30, which any one of these sets will qualify for. Click here to check out all the LEGO Week savings, including price drops, extra discounts and multibuy offers.

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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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