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Boggles my mind.
So, maybe you can get $10 off of $50 through November 21st?
Target has LEGO themed Gift Cards available. Just the Cards, Not a buildable Dog House.
I used this late last week to finally get #10251 Brick Bank. I opened a chat window, and gave the customer support representative the link to the item for Target's website and for Amazon's. They had me order it, and then they adjusted the price. The Red Card 5% stacked on top of that too.
It could be useful to help save a little more money.
(I posted this in the Amazon thread as well since it relates to both.)
(He's Spuds MacKenzie cousin. It's true - I read it on the internet.)
#40358 20% off plus spend $50 on Lego and get a $10 gift card.
I'm very interested to see if there is a dramatic increase in product sales based on this strategy.
Just placed 3 orders to score those $10 gift cards.
#1: #70918 & #70921
#3: #31079 & #41611
I've been to another store that carried a few Assault on Hoth and Speed Champions has been a regular at Target stores for a little while now.
One manager at a Target in my area ordered twice the LEGO product from last year and was the second Target in the US to get the section re-set. Her staff wasn't happy about doing a second reset within 30 days.
(She also ordered three palettes of those ridiculous LOL! Dollhouses that people will be ransoming in late December. She's expecting they'll all be gone by December 10th.)
That being said, when I showed the promotion to the cashier, she gave me no problems about ringing up the $10 gift card combined with the price match on #75952 Newt's Case of Magical Creatures. Set #40538 Bean There, Donut That appears to be the same price online and in-store - at least in my area.
This was also the first time I ever had a cashier encourage me to check Amazon, Walmart, etc. to make sure I was matching to the cheapest price.