If you know the LEGO Movie sets, then you know it is hard to find them on sale. Well one of my blog subscribers clued me in to a sale which I honestly would have probably missed involving some Movie sets.
Amazon has 3 of the Movie sets on sale for between 9% and 13% below MSRP. Not great, but certainly better than staring at full priced shelves. Since Amazon usually just matches sales, I knew that another retailer must have these sets on sale too. Kmart is in fact that retailer. Interestingly enough, their “deals” section of the website does not list these sets as being discounted at all. So I probably wouldn’t have seen then on either site.
70807 MetalBeard’s Duel is $30.60 from both Amazon and Kmart.
Looks like you can basically get as many as you’d like. Part out is $80.93 or 2.64x.
70804 Ice Cream Machine is $26.52 from Amazon and $26.70 from Kmart.
Part out is $67.60 or 2.54x averaged.
70806 Castle Cavalry is $27.22 from Amazon.
Part out is $57.87 or 2.13x.
Kmart has a couple of other sets on sale which aren’t matched by Amazon.
70802 Bad Cop’s Pursuit is $26.04.
Part out is $52.66 or 2.02x.
And my personal favorite, the one I have been searching for and finally now have 10 ready to part out:
70808 Super Cycle Chase is $43.72.
Part out is $95.02 or 2.17x.
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