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Lego 3 for 2 at Boots PLUS Triple points when you spend £50.00 & Bonus 1000 points over £60 TODAY!

£50.00 @ Boots
Boots currently have 3 for 2 on selected Lego sets. They are also offering triple advantage card points when you spend over £50 on selected Lego online. Also, for today only you will get an extra 10…
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Boots currently have 3 for 2 on selected Lego sets. They are also offering triple advantage card points when you spend over £50 on selected Lego online. Also, for today only you will get an extra 1000 points when you spend £60 or more.

I added a few different sets to my basket to see if it gave you all the offers and it does!

Ideal if you are wanting to get any for Christmas.

Plus 10% back if you pay with a Nationwide Visa Card - check your Simply Rewards.
- garethsmith72
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[mod]#1
Nice find, thank you :)
[mod][Deal Hunter]#2
Great - got 3 x £35 sets for £70 and £18.40 worth of points and free delivery! http://i1350.photobucket.com/albums/p773/emribena/boots%20ss_zps7clttnth.jpg
4 Likes #3
A lot of the Lego seems quite overpriced in the first instance. Good find though.
4 Likes #4
another 10% off if you spend over £75.

VCSAVE10DEC2
1 Like #5
Do be careful as said, some of that Lego is drastically over priced. Shop around first
1 Like #6
emribena
Great - got 3 x £35 sets for £70 and £18.40 worth of points and free delivery! http://i1350.photobucket.com/albums/p773/emribena/boots%20ss_zps7clttnth.jpg

If you were in the parenting club you would have got £22.60 back in points! And you could have added something for £5 and got 10% off...

Edited By: ellie27 on Dec 08, 2016 17:56
1 Like #7
elsa ice castle was 10.50 @ Boots online a month ago
#8
Looks like they've simply bumped the prices up to cover it
#9
emribena
Great - got 3 x £35 sets for £70 and £18.40 worth of points and free delivery! http://i1350.photobucket.com/albums/p773/emribena/boots%20ss_zps7clttnth.jpg


​hi not putting deal down as still good but I bought this elsa castle last year for £21 so very over priced for buying one
#10
Nice find
#11
Had a look and nothing worth getting. Everything at rrp or over so the best you will get is 33% discount plus points.

Edited By: Speculator on Dec 08, 2016 18:39
#12
quinno1977
emribena
Great - got 3 x £35 sets for £70 and £18.40 worth of points and free delivery! http://i1350.photobucket.com/albums/p773/emribena/boots%20ss_zps7clttnth.jpg

​hi not putting deal down as still good but I bought this elsa castle last year for £21 so very over priced for buying one
And was £17.50 recently at Amazon, Tesco Direct etc.
3 Likes #13
Great find OP, heat from me. I am thinking of going for the following sets, which don't seem too over priced compared to what other places are selling them for:

60079 £40
60102 £40
76047 £33

Using the 10% code, it will come to £72, however as I'm in parenting club I will get 2376 points back, so in effect making it £48.24 for all 3 sets, which I think is a pretty good deal.
2 Likes #14
Not much of a Star Wars selection, so I'm out, but a decent deal if you can make the most of it, as bingohomer has.
#15
Three for two didn't work on anything other than the 7 sets it listed for me?
And if I applied the 10% off code it removed the extra 1000 points for spending £60?
Best of luck if there's something you want/need? ;)
1 Like #16
Great find, thanks!
#17
defgimp
Three for two didn't work on anything other than the 7 sets it listed for me?
And if I applied the 10% off code it removed the extra 1000 points for spending £60?
Best of luck if there's something you want/need? ;)
Make sure the final price after 10% discount is still above 60. That code works for me.


Edited By: yay110 on Dec 08, 2016 20:18
1 Like #18
Speculator
Had a look and nothing worth getting. Everything at rrp or over so the best you will get is 33% discount plus points.
This deal is more than that. adding all the points together, you can get £100 lego but essentially only paying £40. of course based on you want that much lego though.
1 Like #19
Prices ridiculous. Eg the rollercoaster is £90! £70 most other places.
3 Likes #20
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#21
Bingohomer
Great find OP, heat from me. I am thinking of going for the following sets, which don't seem too over priced compared to what other places are selling them for:
60079 £40
60102 £40
76047 £33
Using the 10% code, it will come to £72, however as I'm in parenting club I will get 2376 points back, so in effect making it £48.24 for all 3 sets, which I think is a pretty good deal.
Up to you but your maths don't really add up ... you can't take the points off the cost as this assumes they have the same value as money ... they don't especially at Boots which we all know is over priced. Wait for the 60% off sale in January would be my advice.
#22
if your fully tied into the boots eco system it might be an ok deal but for example the poe xwing is £70 its been as low as £40
yay110
Speculator
Had a look and nothing worth getting. Everything at rrp or over so the best you will get is 33% discount plus points.
This deal is more than that. adding all the points together, you can get £100 lego but essentially only paying £40. of course based on you want that much lego though.

your still putting down £100 what it really adds up to is £160 worth of items for £100. the £60 you suposedly make you have to spend at boots which is overpriced for this sort of thing. so your looking at a decreased saving if all you use boots for is lego.

Edited By: Lebdude on Dec 08, 2016 22:25
#23
yay110
another 10% off if you spend over £75.
VCSAVE10DEC2

This code DOES NOT deduct 10% when you check-out, how do you get it to work please? I've already deleted cookies.
#24
TabbyBoy
yay110
another 10% off if you spend over £75.
VCSAVE10DEC2
This code DOES NOT deduct 10% when you check-out, how do you get it to work please? I've already deleted cookies.

The code does work, however you do need to be logged onto the boots site for it to work.
#25
ellie27
TabbyBoy
yay110
another 10% off if you spend over £75.
VCSAVE10DEC2
This code DOES NOT deduct 10% when you check-out, how do you get it to work please? I've already deleted cookies.
The code does work, however you do need to be logged onto the boots site for it to work.

I know that ;-)

It's working now as I had to change from the Dolphin back to Safari browser!
#26
mattgrant
Bingohomer
Great find OP, heat from me. I am thinking of going for the following sets, which don't seem too over priced compared to what other places are selling them for:
60079 £40
60102 £40
76047 £33
Using the 10% code, it will come to £72, however as I'm in parenting club I will get 2376 points back, so in effect making it £48.24 for all 3 sets, which I think is a pretty good deal.
Up to you but your maths don't really add up ... you can't take the points off the cost as this assumes they have the same value as money ... they don't especially at Boots which we all know is over priced. Wait for the 60% off sale in January would be my advice.

To be honest it depends on how you utilise the Boots points, myself I always use to buy items that are on offer or reduced, so I do genuinely get my money's worth out of them and can class them as alike to cash. Also I use them to buy the wife her beauty products, which again when buying at the right time they come into their own, especially as we have a good relationship with the beauty counter staff in our main Boots, so we always get loads of freebies to boot.
#27
yay110
defgimp
Three for two didn't work on anything other than the 7 sets it listed for me?
And if I applied the 10% off code it removed the extra 1000 points for spending £60?
Best of luck if there's something you want/need? ;)
Make sure the final price after 10% discount is still above 60. That code works for me.

Yeah it was, needed to be logged in to see/use the discount but it was working for me earlier.
The 3 for 2 wasn't working on anything I wanted and the 10% cancelled off the extra 1000 points which I don't think it should have done but wasn't buying anything so didn't pursue it any further.
#28
Perfect for Christmas!
#29
They do this most Thursdays in the run up to Christmas and new year it's a great way of
Bump on your points up though :-) xx
#30
defgimp
yay110
defgimp
Three for two didn't work on anything other than the 7 sets it listed for me?
And if I applied the 10% off code it removed the extra 1000 points for spending £60?
Best of luck if there's something you want/need? ;)
Make sure the final price after 10% discount is still above 60. That code works for me.
Yeah it was, needed to be logged in to see/use the discount but it was working for me earlier.
The 3 for 2 wasn't working on anything I wanted and the 10% cancelled off the extra 1000 points which I don't think it should have done but wasn't buying anything so didn't pursue it any further.
They are meant to give you the choice of weather to use any vouchers with it and explain what is what with it, you should go back in to store and speak to someone about it. I did this in the past and they gave me
Extra points just for my inconvenience xx
#31
Sorry I didn't read thoroughly as I have just woken up but you usually get £10 worth of points when you spend £50 in store anyway and £10 worth of points when you spend £60 online when this deal is running xx
#32
Heat
#33
Thanks-heat added :3
#34
Heat added.
#35
good spot.. also Nationwide Credit Card spend £30.00 get 10% back.

Edited By: garethsmith72 on Dec 09, 2016 12:37
1 Like #36
All the Lego sets are ridiculously overpriced to begin with. Don't see why this is getting so much heat. Some of the sets are £15-20 more expensive than elsewhere. For example, the LEGO Star Wars Tie Striker is £60 in their shop. I bought it for £39.99 on Amazon.

Edited By: dinealone on Dec 09, 2016 13:15: missed details on tie striker pricing
#37
[Prices ridiculous. Eg the rollercoaster is £90! £70 most other places]
so expensive!!
#38
emribena
Great - got 3 x £35 sets for £70 and £18.40 worth of points and free delivery! http://i1350.photobucket.com/albums/p773/emribena/boots%20ss_zps7clttnth.jpg


This price is massively inflated.. was £17.50 on an amazon deal earlier in the week! - didn't last long admittedly but can quite easily be had for >£25 ..
#39
just what my wallet needed :|
#40
The prices are a scam. They are selling for OVER RRP.

https://shop.lego.com/en-GB/Foal-s-Washing-Station-41123 £8.99
http://www.boots.com/en/LEGO-Friends-Foal-Washing-Station-41123_1846242/ £10

https://shop.lego.com/en-GB/Adventure-Camp-Rafting-41121 £24.99
http://www.boots.com/en/LEGO-Friends-Heartlake-Adventure-Campt-Tree-House-41121_1846204/ £60

To be fair, some of the items are (only) RRP, so with 3for2 and 12% advantage points, that works out at 41.33% off, which is good, but not necessarily best ever.

But not that many choices, and if your items don't cost all around the same, it's not worth it.

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