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  • bricknationbricknation Member Posts: 717
    edited January 2012
    ^ it was about 3 years ago - I got some too
  • roxioroxio Member Posts: 1,384
    edited January 2012
    they had them in my tesco extra for months in early 2010, weren't shifting at 3.99 or when reduced to 1.86 but when they went to 19p I cleaned em out.
    Asda have had the stormie and the clonetrooper polybags, they sold steady at £2, no reductions needed
  • tdhbrtdhbr Member Posts: 188
    My first sale ... I found a single 7946 King's Castle at TRU in November, $80+ tax with a coupon I had. Sold it on eBay a month later (just before Xmas) for $180. Made a decent amount and didn't have to store it forever - works for me!
  • tbennet2tbennet2 Member Posts: 17
    Last Month I bought sealed Batman 7888 on flea bay for $335 and sold it on bricklink 2 days later for $579.00. I took that profit and bought 3 Lego SH funhouse sets for $39.99 and sold those on ebay right before xmas for $89 each. Not a bad way to close out the year!
  • sidersddsidersdd Member Posts: 2,432
    edited January 2012
    Zoinks, I guess there are some desperate people shopping on eBay right before Xmas. Bricklink still has the King's Castle for around $125. Less if you are looking overseas.
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