LEGO sets are the toys that never go out of fashion, and now you can pick them up on the cheap thanks to Asda.
The supermarket has slashed the cost of almost 40 sets as part of a rollback, and it’s perfect for half-term next week.
Asda has slashed the cost of a number of Lego sets
The sale includes Lego sets themed around Star Wars and Harry Potter as well as Duplo sets for the younger kids – just to mention a few.
The prices start at just £6.97, down from £10, while the most expensive one – Lego Technic – costs £163.97, down from £219.97.
The sale is available online already, and will also roll out in stores from tomorrow – May 23.
The offers are available until June 20, meaning there’s plenty of time to grab the deals.
Below we’ve made a round-up of our favourite bargains. You can find the full list on Asda’s website.
As always, make sure you shop around before you splash out as you may be able to find the sets cheaper elsewhere.
Google’s price comparison tool, Google Shopping, is free and easy to use.
Lego Harry Potter Aragog’s Lair
WAS: £10. NOW: £6.97 (save 30 per cent) – buy now
Asda If you’re a Harry Potter fan, you should like this Lego set
This Harry Potter set lets your little ones help Harry and Ron Weasley escape the giant spider and his army of offsprings in the Forbidden Forest.
It’s the cheapest price around, with Sainsbury’s currently selling it for £9.75.
Meanwhile, it’ll set you back £11.99 at Smyths Toys and £12.99 at Argos.Lego Duplo My First Bricks
WAS: £17.97. NOW: £12.47 (save 31 per cent) – buy now
Asda This Lego set is perfect for the younger kids
Encourage your toddler’s imagination with this selection of basic Lego Duplo for endless fun.
The set includes 80 colourful pieces, double-sided decorated bricks as well as a propeller.
You’d have to fork out £17.99 for the same set at both Smyths Toys and John Lewis.Lego City Arctic Helicopter Toy Playset
WAS: £22.97. NOW: £16.97 (save 26 per cent) – buy now
Asda Create a winter wonderland with this set
Summer is almost here but why not let your kids dream away to winter with this Lego set, setting you back £16.97 at Asda.
It comes with a quadrocopter and pilot, and 227 Lego pieces.
It’s the cheapest price we could find, with the same set costing £19.99 at Smyths Toys and £20 at Argos.Lego Friends Friendship Box
WAS: £40.97. NOW: £28.97 (save 29 per cent) – buy now
Asda The set set you back £28.97 at Asda
If you don’t mind spending a bit more, you can get five buildable life-sized accessories from Lego Friends for just under £30.
The set includes pieces to build a microphone, camera, trophy, walkie-talkies and a robot.
It’ll set you back £35.99 in Lego’s own online shop, or £40.97 at John Lewis.Lego Star Wars Imperial Landing Craft
WAS: £79.97. NOW: £59.97 (save 25 per cent) – buy now
Asda This could be the perfect birthday gift for a Star Wars fan
Star Wars fans will love this Lego set, which includes an Imperial Landing Craft to fly the troops in.
The set comes with folding wings for flight and landing modes, stud shooters, landing gear as well as a cockpit.
John Lewis charges the same price as Asda for the set, while it costs a whopping £80 at Hamleys.Lego Minecraft The Crafting Box 2.0
WAS: £79.97. NOW: £64.97 (save 19 per cent) – buy now
Asda Build your own home and communities with this Minecraft Lego set
Lastly, if Minecraft is more your (or your little ones’) thing, you should take a look at this set at Asda.
It comes with five sets of bricks, and each one has three alternative model configurations.
You can find the set for the same price on Amazon, while it’s 2p more expensive at Smyths Toys at £64.99.
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If you’re after something softer for your children to play with, Lidl has brought back its slime factory for £14.99.
Meanwhile, Asda’s Easter sale last month included huge cuddly lamp toys for just £2 each.
Shoppers were also furious after realising that Argos’ clearance sale included items that hadn’t been reduced.
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