IF you’re looking for a bargain on Lego sets, you should pop by your nearest Smyths Toys store as soon as you can.
This is because the retailer has slashed the prices of Lego Dimensions sets to just 99p.
Smyths Toys has slashed the cost of Lego Dimensions sets
Users of deal-sharing website hotukdeals first spotted the deal, and they said the sets have been discounted due to a clearance drive.
You’ll need to be quick to snap up the offers though, as the retailer’s running out of stock both online and in stores.
Bear in mind that online orders under £20 come with a standard delivery fee of up to £4.99 depending on what you buy.
The sale at Smyths Toys includes the “Lego Dimensions Story Pack: Fantastic Beasts”, which has been reduced from £5.99.
Harry Potter fans will like this Hermione costing just 99p
This costs from £11.95 on eBay, so you know you’re getting a cracking deal.
Shoppers can also pick up the “Lego Dimensions Level Pack: Mission Impossible” for 99p, down from £4.99.
In comparison, this would set you back £7.50 on Lego’s own website, or it’s slightly cheaper on Amazon at £6.20.
If you miss out on those, you can get various “Fun Packs” themed around The Lego Movie and The Simpsons for the same price, but they’ve only been reduced from £1.99.
Smyths Toys has more than 116 stores across the UK. You can find your nearest one using its store locator tool.
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Earlier this week, Asda slashed the cost of almost 40 Lego sets as part of a rollback.
B&M also promised more Lego deals as it announced that 50 new stores will open this year.
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