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This isn't my car pictured, but to give you an idea what the sale was like:
I would guess that it is mostly American (US) thing.
Back during the days when he was studying in Eugene, Oregon, my friend hoarded a lot of car parts during sale events, because when an American store discount things, they are outrageously and honestly cheap. So I can understand. Another thing we managed to hoard is video games, just come to USA and you'll understand everybody's propensity to shop in compulsive manner.
B.t.w. the exo-suit set kicks ass! So happy I managed to pick up a second one for only €24,99 which is €10 cheaper.
This was not my biggest and most expensive order ever though, but that never amounted to anything near the amount of sets, and probably also the amount of money involved in those purchases as posted above here by some other members.
And I'm not letting any of my minifigs ride any of those Ferris Wheels. Very unlucky - don't like the negative mojo.
You'll probably end up with Winter Soldier faceprints on the boxes...
As an aside, mine was about $4k in retail, but I got it for much less. I think that was 75 or so individual sets. Lots of army-building Star Wars sets from a few years ago.
money for that.
Early in the sale:
A bit later in the sale:
I'm glad I wasn't in a car that day- there wouldn't have been room for all of it. As it was, I had to strap a big box to the back of my dad's truck.