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My son has really loved the Lego games as a source of microfigs and parts to use to make his own game creations.
In general, though, I try to buy them at a larger discount than 50%.
These sets are definitely a good value at < $0.05 per part. Thanks to everyone for all the useful information. $140 of Lego for $70 is what this is all about.
But the Galaxy Squad sets are still where they have been for the past month at 30% off.
What is interesting, though, this is the latest I have seen toy clearance go. The stores by me are really only at 30% with a few select items at 50%. Usually yesterday was the day most toy clearance went to 70%.
It really is annoying how there are Targets out there selling TLR Constitution train set for only 70 when the 4 Targets I have around me all have it for retail still.
If it makes you feel any better only 1 of the 4 targets had the TLR sets on clearance. I would be more then happy to send you one but by the time you add shipping it would be the same as getting it off of Amazon or Target.com
Makes us much sense at Target hiding their full-priced Helms Deep sets in the stockroom, where they've been for weeks, and where they remain.
So the slim pickins' are now near zilch.
As stated, this is all very out of character for Target. I've been able to measure the exact date for 70% off summer clearance for a number of years now. (ETA: Not that I would ever see Lego at that... they are always marked down much slower. Point being, is that there sales are all out of whack compared to past history.)