Amazon has an offer for All week, Black Friday earlyListed below are sets with a 20% discount (or more)This is our first attempt. We select a few of the favourites that we think is a good deal from what we’ve observed. We’ll feature prices that to our knowledge have not been this low (or lowest thus far) on Amazon since its original listing. We’ll try to give a bit of analysis to keep it real and a better decision-making process for you.
City 60225 Rover Testing Drive | 202 Pieces
USD $29.99 (Regular).| USD $22.79 (Discount) | 24% off
Analysis: The price of the item dropped to $19.99 on August 2020 for a very brief period before returning to retail listing. It’s now at its lowest over the past 3 months since then.
LEGO 76126 Marvel Avengers: Avengers Ultimate Quinjet | 838 Pieces
USD 75.99 (Regular)| USD $49.95 (Discount) | 38% off
Analysis: Although the price fell to $48 for a single day in Oct, it was still the lowest price ever and it is unlikely that it will drop again.
LEGO City 60229 Rocket Assembly & Transport – 1055 Pieces| 1055 Pieces
USD $149.99 (Regular).| USD $107.99 (Discount) | 28% off
Analysis: This is the lowest price ever on Amazon since it’s the first listing came up. If it’s not in your collection and one that you’ve been eyeing. It’s your turn. Notice that the item is listed as “Frustration-Free Packaging”. Tip from our reader – Send this package as a present
2573 Pieces| 2573 Pieces
USD $199.99 (Regular).| USD $159.99 (Discount) | 20% off
Analysis: This yet again, is the lowest price ever on Amazon since it’s the first listing came up. The item is listed as “Frustration-Free Packaging”. Tip from our reader – Send this package as a present
LEGO City 60228 Space Deep Space Rocket and Launch Control – 837 Pieces| 837 Pieces
USD $99.99 (Regular).| USD $79.99 (Discount) | 20% off
Analysis: The lowest price ever on Amazon since it’s the first listing came up. The item is listed as “Frustration-Free Packaging”. Tip from our reader
You might want to take a look at some of the deals that we highlighted a few days ago.
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