A good number of the blogs touched on this item. I don’t usually buy items that don’t yet have part out values, but given the history of this theme, I was comfortable placing an order.
21107 Minecraft Micro World The End is now being sold by J!NX, a website that sells stuff that I couldn’t care less about.
The limit is 6, there is no free shipping, but there is a coupon code.
They are selling this new Micro World for $34.99, which presumably is MSRP. It is a June 1st LEGO release, but with the cheapest shipping, I should still have it by “The End” of May. Jokes.
The Minecraft sets, with exception for the first one, part out well, and with the promo code “stormcast” you get 10% off. My final bill for 6 of them was $201.65 or $33.61 each, which would be below MSRP. So you see, I don’t feel bad about taking a chance on these because I did afterall get them for below MSRP.
Finally, this is a June 1st release, but we don’t know if it will be in-store immediately or just online at first. The Online limit will be between 1 and 5 copies, so this is already getting me more than buying it from the source.
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