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Where To Find Good Lego Deals

Good morning.  I was wondering where you all think are the best places to score Lego deals (I live in central Florida, USA).  I know about the following:

-- Consignment Shops
-- Goodwill/Salvation Army
-- Wal-Mart
-- Target
-- TRU (occasionally)

Where are some other places to look/watch?  I've seen people mention places like Ross, TJ Maxx, Tuesday Morning, Homegoods, even Lowe's.... but are these places actually worth checking with?

Thank you!


  • natro220natro220 Member Posts: 545 is probably #1.  There is even a bot that keeps track of the sales there for you on Brickset.  I don't bother with any of the places you mentioned in your last sentence.  Target you can find deals, especially if you have a slow moving store and they end up clearancing out a bunch.

    Btw, there is a section a bit further down listing deals in each region.  You might want to check that out for more specifics.
  • romanstarromanstar Member Posts: 197
    what's a bot?
  • 77ncaachamps77ncaachamps Member Posts: 2,442
    If you're looking for new and popular sets, best bet is Amazon, Target or Walmart.

    The consignment shops and Goodwill/SA-type stores are really hit-and-miss. Moreover, if the set is a small set, the price difference isn't going to be much. The larger sets are where you can "make up" the value.

    I think that Target clearances are the best sales.
    Amazon sales get jumped on pretty quickly so your chances of landing one can be tough.
  • luckyrussluckyruss Member Posts: 872
    romanstar said:
    what's a bot?
    I would guess it means a "Huwbot", as per the Amazon watch postings on the home page.
  • drdavewatforddrdavewatford Administrator Posts: 6,754
    edited May 2015
    natro220 said: is probably #1.  There is even a bot that keeps track of the sales there for you on Brickset.
    @The_Iveys - The Amazon listing at is updated every few hours.

    Also keep an eye out for alerts like these on the Brickset home page:
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