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EXPIRED: [US] Kmart 50% off clearance toys YMMV

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  • krklintkrklint Member Posts: 503
    @murphquake and @starfailure, I agree. The mothership was oddly fun to build. A strange satisfaction overcame me when I had that set finished. Ok, time to stop by KMart again to see if any sets showed up out of the back storage room...
  • GIR3691GIR3691 Member Posts: 664
    The mothership rocks! I got three of them at various deep clearance prices. It was a fun build, had an awesome spinning feature, and made an awesome parts pack.
  • adol7adol7 Member Posts: 150
    Just came back from Stockton, CA's Kmart on Mariposa. The following still available, not all the best in shape:
    1x Tie Fighter
    2x Motherships
    5x Mining Trucks
    1x Triceratops Trapper
    Several SW planets
    Several HF - Black Phantom
  • adol7adol7 Member Posts: 150
    edited March 2013
    Looks like the 50% clearance is going on again this week. :D
    At least it is in Stockton & Lodi, CA. Not much to see here though. A couple of small Friends sets.
  • TheLoneTensorTheLoneTensor MericaMember Posts: 3,950
    edited March 2013
    I think people are underestimating the AC Mothership. Will it be an Emerald Night? No way, but for $30 on clearance, you get (at least) circle of narrow gauge track a sound brick, lots of trans-lime pieces, a clinger! and a unique, awesome minifig (and other stuff).

    Heck, you can get $20 for the commander minifig alone.
  • sonsofscevasonsofsceva 1904 World's FairMember Posts: 542
    One bionicle Batman set for $6 and a few AC Motherships for $27.

    Series 3 Marvel M*B* blind bags for $1, if you are a Marvel fan, though a dollar is pushing it for those. Talk about bad execution of a franchise! I am sure glad both comic systems are with LEGO now, and look forward to a LEGO Silver Surfer one day.
  • ReliantReliant Member Posts: 68
    It has to be just that store they only do this a few times a year.
  • wagnerml2wagnerml2 Belleville, IllinoisMember Posts: 1,376
    I can confirm it at 3 kmarts in St. Louis. Nothing worth picking up though.
  • adol7adol7 Member Posts: 150
    Reliant said:

    It has to be just that store they only do this a few times a year.

    I figured the same. I actually bought some clearance sticker items 3 days ago assuming it couldn't possibly hit any time soon being only a couple weeks ago. Thankfully, they let me return & rebuy the items.
  • FenrisAkashiFenrisAkashi Member Posts: 242
    adol7 said:


    I figured the same. I actually bought some clearance sticker items 3 days ago assuming it couldn't possibly hit any time soon being only a couple weeks ago. Thankfully, they let me return & rebuy the items.

    Wow...Anyone know if this is K-mart policy?
    Typically with clearance once you walk out with it its yours.
  • Thanos75Thanos75 Member Posts: 1,117
    I checked the two stores closest to me...and yes they have the 50% off clearance items again. Only problem is that its all the same stuff they for sale last month. I scanned the LEGO in the isle and didnt find anything extra....I will check the one a little further out and see if they added anything
  • ReliantReliant Member Posts: 68
    Dang, I guess its worth a check I cant believe they would run it again!
  • Thanos75Thanos75 Member Posts: 1,117
    I hit the Kmart that is really close to my Wal-mart honey hole. I didnt expect to find anything but i'm glad I went. I found 2 #9488 for $4 each.... 2 #9489 for $4 each... 1 #3932 for $3.50 ....21 series 7 #8831 for $1.50 each and 83 series 8 #8833 for $1.50 each...I also picked up a Barbi set for my daughter......total savings $232.92....crazy
  • adol7adol7 Member Posts: 150
    I bet the checker loved scanning or counting 109 items. :P Nice!
    Were the minfigs & SW sets stickered? I didn't even think to check MiniFigures, if my stores even have them.
  • Thanos75Thanos75 Member Posts: 1,117
    My cashier called over two more cashiers to help her count. I got the usual question " What are you going to do with all of these?". I might actually have to start thinking about selling some stuff. My LEGO room is getting pretty full . I found a couple CMF packs on the clearance shelf but they rung up at full price when I scanned them. The manager walked by and I asked if they were on sale....he scanned them and said " they should be" and said that I could have them for $1.50...so I grabbed the whole box...lol. Not sure what i'm going to do with that many ...I guess I will work on my pack feeling skills
  • adol7adol7 Member Posts: 150
    I guess I wouldn't count on others finding a minifig deal since it was a manual adjustment. Thanks for answering that, Thanos75.

    Well, I'd be shocked if you didn't have a couple complete sets out of that bunch and I know you could make at least $50-60 per set. I drove my wife crazy feeling packs for a few nights, but many sellers make a cut to verify. I didn't want to do that.
  • TinKnockerHimesTinKnockerHimes Member Posts: 76
    not every kmart has had the same stuff on sale, ive seen some that have old HP on sale, then others that have the stuff at full price...

    i visited 13 in my area and only saw one CMF, and it was a series 7 at 1.50
  • krklintkrklint Member Posts: 503
    I'm down in Miami. One K-Mart had nothing on sale and another only had AC items on sale. I price-checked everything in the stores. Saw some of the items others have listed above, without success at 50% off.
  • TheLoneTensorTheLoneTensor MericaMember Posts: 3,950
    edited March 2013
    Kmart, too much work, too much inconsistency, too many disappointments for me to give a hoot about their sales anymore. If I happen to be at the store when there's a sale, great, but I'm wasting no more gas on them.
  • JBricks27JBricks27 Member Posts: 675
    Grabbed a triceratops trapper for 22.50
  • GoldchainsGoldchains Member Posts: 795
    My local K-Mart in Anderson Towne Centre near Cincinnati has all Chima, TMNT, and City sets for 15-20% off.
  • exciter1exciter1 Member Posts: 220
    Found another LOTR: Attack on Weathertop for $22.50.
  • ElamaretteElamarette Member Posts: 3
    LOTR Attack on Weathertop is $59.99 online with a buy 1 get one 50% off deal (Save the Bunny ends today) and free shipping. Plus I used the coupon code KMART5OFF50 to get another $5 off.

    Doesn't compare to exciter1's deal at $22.50 but I wanted to let you know since it is getting harder to find at a discount. The ToysRUs price of $79.99 is such a joke in comparison.

    It came out to $84.98 before tax ($42.49 each). They were unavailable from the warehouse so they shipped from a store instead.
  • exciter1exciter1 Member Posts: 220
    edited April 2013
    I've been lucky, I've found 5 at this store for $22.50. I went back over two weeks later and the one I left behind was still there. This must be a low traffic KMart and I only stop there when I go skiing in the mountains.
  • adol7adol7 Member Posts: 150
    exciter1 said:

    I've been lucky, I've found 5 at this store for $22.50. I went back over two weeks later and the one I left behind was still there. This must be a low traffic KMart and I only stop there when I go skiing in the mountains.

    Wow, lucky dog. :D My store has them, but they're full price.
  • dr_tengdr_teng Member Posts: 101
    That weathertop deal at $22.50 is amazing, congrats.
  • exciter1exciter1 Member Posts: 220
    Thanks, I've only seen these on clearance in one store, but I saw where others found the same deal as well. I probably hit 8 KMarts over the week they were running the sale the first time.
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