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I failed to check for the fine print, but assume this will be limited to 1-5 sets max.
The Fun.be site was horribly slow earlier so I couldn't be bothered to check all sets. Wasn't working for a Death Star nor a Solo speeder. As expected, Fun's still proverbially sitting on plenty of bunnies too.
Thanks for the bol.com tip! I just ordered my first SW Solo set!
Moloch's Landspeeder #75210 for €44,95 (€10,04 cheaper than over at Lego [email protected]) plus a free DJ minifig poly!
Mmmmh Fun.be let's see what they have on special offer....
Now available for €135,99 (which is €44 cheaper than over at Lego [email protected] and other retailers for the full RRP of €179,99) which is a discount of 24,45%
Plus, you will also get a free DJ polybag when you order it.
Moloch's Landspeeder is also gone down in price. Bummer! I bought it too early. I could have saved another €4,96 on it as it is now €39,99
Over at Amazon.de this set is even cheaper (€35,99), but you have to be a Amazon Prime member.
Don't know if prices will go down any further or will go up again soon?!? And when the price will rise, which they will, when or even if, they will go down again in the next four to five months!?! I believe when the film Solo premieres the discounts will probably be gone. What do you all think?
Price for #75212 at bol.com has gone back up to €154 while the same set has gone down over at Amazon.de to €126,98 (no need for Amazon Prime membership)
That Kessel Run Millennium Falcon is all over the place!
TRU DE already had the set for EUR 107, so if I get it (not decided yet), I'm not planning to spend more than that.
The previous MF #75105 was also pretty soon consistently available for a bit above EUR 100. (Ignore the price data after retirement)
I'm not expecting the new one to behave much different. 40% off a SW set is common.
*Not actually a helicopter but a rather nice sea plane.
Kruidvat.nl has the same selection + #30477 Chameleon.
No idea if that differs from what's available in-store. My nearest Kruidvat makes the Action look posh in comparison so I can't be bothered to check.
Sorry for you to have be treated like that!
Ninjago City Docks for 40 euros less than at LEGO [email protected]!
Oberhausen has the bonus that there's also a Lego Discovery Centre in town. So in case you go with a kid (no adults only allowed in LDC's) there's something else Lego related to explore there.
So I'd make my decision solely on grounds of distance and how easy it is to park. I think @sid3windr has been to both, so he might be able to help.
I have no car so I travel by train and bus. Oberhausen is 2 hrs from my home and Cologne 2 hours 45 minutes.
Which store is bigger?
@Aleydita Fully agree. The red price chest-thumping is often a nothing more than a shady marketing message. Had a big argument with Dreamland customer service a few months ago about the last wave of Nexo Knights they were (and some still are) selling above RRP. They refused loading their web prices and told me to order against the webshop price, then call to get the price on my order reduced instead. So I ordered from Amazon.
OTOH, yay for the incompetence of our Belgian retailers too! Sometimes promo prices on certain sets remain active until another promo, like an x-percent off on a certain range or across all LEGO starts.
As for bargains not picked up by online price watching tools: that's one more reason why I favorited this thread. Sometimes this even gives us Bricksetters a headstart before the resellers swoop in. So please share if you find a good deal!
So the extra 20% off today makes that very tempting.
Only delivery to Belgium though.