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All Lego Dimensions accessory packs 3 for 2 + price match @ Argos

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Not as good as the Amazon 3 for 1 deal the other day but ... Argos have 3 for 2 on all Lego Dimensions accessory packs + they will price match. I got Adventure time Team Pack (£19.99 at Amazon) … Read More
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Not as good as the Amazon 3 for 1 deal the other day but ...

Argos have 3 for 2 on all Lego Dimensions accessory packs + they will price match.

I got Adventure time Team Pack (£19.99 at Amazon) + Adventure time Level Pack (£19.99 at Amazon) + Scooby Doo Team Pack (£19.99 at Amazon) for £39.98

3 for 2 valid until 11th November 2016

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safctopcat
how do they price match it? do you contact them to say you have seen it cheaper else where

https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/argos-toy-price-promise-argos-will-now-refund-difference-find-same-product-cheaper-2302773

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#1
how do they price match it? do you contact them to say you have seen it cheaper else where
#2
how do we get the price match price as they are showing full price atm
#3
It's appears to reduce the price to £39.98 regardless of the price of the sets you pick
[mod] 1 Like #4
safctopcat
how do they price match it? do you contact them to say you have seen it cheaper else where

https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/argos-toy-price-promise-argos-will-now-refund-difference-find-same-product-cheaper-2302773
#5
phatdaveuk
It's appears to reduce the price to £39.98 regardless of the price of the sets you pick

Just tried simpsons, harry potter and adventure time but totalled £53 after discount
1 Like #6
goonertillidie
safctopcat
how do they price match it? do you contact them to say you have seen it cheaper else where
https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/argos-toy-price-promise-argos-will-now-refund-difference-find-same-product-cheaper-2302773


cheers for that
#7
goonertillidie
safctopcat
how do they price match it? do you contact them to say you have seen it cheaper else where
https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/argos-toy-price-promise-argos-will-now-refund-difference-find-same-product-cheaper-2302773


Perfect thanks, should add this to the op as well to help others out too
#8
elmo-1
phatdaveuk
It's appears to reduce the price to £39.98 regardless of the price of the sets you pick

Just tried simpsons, harry potter and adventure time but totalled £53 after discount


me too
#9
I ordered about an hour ago, mission impossible, adventure time and harry potter paid £53.98

Also just found this under help

"Do you 'price match'?

Not right now (sorry). But we do work hard to keep our prices as low as possible.

We also love our deals – half price, 3-for-2 and so on. And we know you like deals too. That's why you'll keep seeing more and more of them.

Want to see just how bargainous our prices are? Try a comparison site like pricerunner.co.uk"

Edited By: natz265 on Oct 24, 2016 15:05
#10
Something strange going on. I put in Scooby Doo and two Harry Potter packs and it came up £38.98 but at check out changed to £56

Edited By: phatdaveuk on Oct 24, 2016 15:16
#11
phatdaveuk
Something strange going on. I ordered Scooby Doo and two Harry Potter packs for £38.98!
just tried that but still £57
#12
Wasn't quite sure how it worked with the 3 for 2 but just spoke to live chat who have refunded me £10, I paid for fast track. Other half was happy at £53.98 so great at £43.98
#13
Damn, why does their price for the Ghostbusters story pack suck so much. Never mind their store stock...

Come on Amazon, price match.

EDIT: actually, doesn't matter, it's not on story packs.

Edited By: ravenheart on Oct 24, 2016 15:53
2 Likes #14
Could anyone give me an idea of how much extra gameplay you would get per Team Pack or per Level Pack?
I just started Lego Dimensions last night and I'm a little bit afraid that this could be a slippery slope.
#15
Cold for me you can buy 3 for the same price on Amazon - argos have some at £29.99 & Amazon have the same ones for £19.99 or less!!!
1 Like #16
Done and done. Two Ghostbusters level packs plus a Joker/Harley team pack, £13.33 each. Cyberman, Aquaman, and Doc Brown fun packs, £6.66 each. Definitely the cheapest around.

Edited By: ravenheart on Oct 24, 2016 16:50: .
#17
decd007
Cold for me you can buy 3 for the same price on Amazon - argos have some at £29.99 & Amazon have the same ones for £19.99 or less!!!

True of some, not of all.

If Amazon respond with a 3 for 2 though... that brings a bunch of those other £19.99 ones into play.

Edited By: ravenheart on Oct 24, 2016 16:11
3 Likes #18
scorez
Could anyone give me an idea of how much extra gameplay you would get per Team Pack or per Level Pack?
I just started Lego Dimensions last night and I'm a little bit afraid that this could be a slippery slope.

Team pack - none, unless you haven't got any fun packs from the same world.

The first character you get from a particular franchise unlocks an adventure world for that franchise. Therefore, the effect of a fun pack and a team pack is identical, the only difference is price and the number of figures you get. If you're not too fussed about having all the different abilities (some characters can do things others can't) and just want to unlock all the worlds, then the fun packs are the cheaper way to achieve this (exceptions are Jurassic World, Scooby Doo, Portal 2, Midway Arcade, Mission Impossible, Sonic The Hedgehog, Gremlins, and Harry Potter, because there are no fun packs for those).

Level packs add one playable level. These are about as long as a single level in the main game storyline, so take about 30 minutes to finish.

Story packs (Ghostbusters Movie, Fantastic Beasts Movie, and forthcoming Lego Batman Movie) have six of those levels strung together as a narrative, plus a new construction for the Dimensions base.




Edited By: ravenheart on Oct 24, 2016 16:20: .
#19
They don't match video games which these class as just tried via chat.
#20
Hopefully Amazon will match the 3 for 2 deal (they have before), but without putting their prices up, as they're currently doing virtually all team and leave packs for £19.99 or less, as decd007 said (this deal is still hot though, he got that bit way wrong).
#21
Pokkai
They don't match video games which these class as just tried via chat.
They did it for me via live chat
#22
good find op, heat added
#23
I think the Amazon 3 for 1 is a fair price. The normal ones seem massively overpriced for what they are.
#24
natz265
I ordered about an hour ago, mission impossible, adventure time and harry potter paid £53.98
Also just found this under help
"Do you 'price match'?
Not right now (sorry). But we do work hard to keep our prices as low as possible.
We also love our deals – half price, 3-for-2 and so on. And we know you like deals too. That's why you'll keep seeing more and more of them.
Want to see just how bargainous our prices are? Try a comparison site like pricerunner.co.uk"
http://www.argos.co.uk/static/ArgosPromo3/includeName/price-promise.htm

I went into the store with the Amazon app open and they price matched for me
#25
Pokkai
They don't match video games which these class as just tried via chat.
maybe reserve and try in store?
#26
salzablast
natz265
I ordered about an hour ago, mission impossible, adventure time and harry potter paid £53.98
Also just found this under help
"Do you 'price match'?
Not right now (sorry). But we do work hard to keep our prices as low as possible.
We also love our deals – half price, 3-for-2 and so on. And we know you like deals too. That's why you'll keep seeing more and more of them.
Want to see just how bargainous our prices are? Try a comparison site like pricerunner.co.uk"
http://www.argos.co.uk/static/ArgosPromo3/includeName/price-promise.htm
I went into the store with the Amazon app open and they price matched for me
I managed to get them to issue a partial refund online via live chat
#27
scorez
Could anyone give me an idea of how much extra gameplay you would get per Team Pack or per Level Pack?
I just started Lego Dimensions last night and I'm a little bit afraid that this could be a slippery slope.


ghostbusters level pack was short and hugely overpriced. will be trying the others when my 3 for 1s arrive from amazon
#28
Jonnyblock
I think the Amazon 3 for 1 is a fair price. The normal ones seem massively overpriced for what they are.

snatch_master
ghostbusters level pack was short and hugely overpriced. will be trying the others when my 3 for 1s arrive from amazon

What's all this 3 for 1 talk?

Edited By: ravenheart on Oct 24, 2016 22:36
1 Like #29
ravenheart
Jonnyblock
I think the Amazon 3 for 1 is a fair price. The normal ones seem massively overpriced for what they are.
What's all this 3 for 1 talk?
Amazon Glitch the other day. 3 Level/Team/Fun packs for the price of 1 :)
#30
ravenheart
scorez
Could anyone give me an idea of how much extra gameplay you would get per Team Pack or per Level Pack?
I just started Lego Dimensions last night and I'm a little bit afraid that this could be a slippery slope.
Team pack - none, unless you haven't got any fun packs from the same world.
The first character you get from a particular franchise unlocks an adventure world for that franchise. Therefore, the effect of a fun pack and a team pack is identical, the only difference is price and the number of figures you get. If you're not too fussed about having all the different abilities (some characters can do things others can't) and just want to unlock all the worlds, then the fun packs are the cheaper way to achieve this (exceptions are Jurassic World, Scooby Doo, Portal 2, Midway Arcade, Mission Impossible, Sonic The Hedgehog, Gremlins, and Harry Potter, because there are no fun packs for those).
Level packs add one playable level. These are about as long as a single level in the main game storyline, so take about 30 minutes to finish.
Story packs (Ghostbusters Movie, Fantastic Beasts Movie, and forthcoming Lego Batman Movie) have six of those levels strung together as a narrative, plus a new construction for the Dimensions base.

Great response. Thanks very much! :)
#31
just been to argos braehead and wont price match amazon :( said it needs to be in a store to go get it right now not delivered today or tomorrow pathetic!!
1 Like #32
ravenheart
scorez
Could anyone give me an idea of how much extra gameplay you would get per Team Pack or per Level Pack?
I just started Lego Dimensions last night and I'm a little bit afraid that this could be a slippery slope.
Team pack - none, unless you haven't got any fun packs from the same world.
The first character you get from a particular franchise unlocks an adventure world for that franchise. Therefore, the effect of a fun pack and a team pack is identical, the only difference is price and the number of figures you get. If you're not too fussed about having all the different abilities (some characters can do things others can't) and just want to unlock all the worlds, then the fun packs are the cheaper way to achieve this (exceptions are Jurassic World, Scooby Doo, Portal 2, Midway Arcade, Mission Impossible, Sonic The Hedgehog, Gremlins, and Harry Potter, because there are no fun packs for those).
Level packs add one playable level. These are about as long as a single level in the main game storyline, so take about 30 minutes to finish.
Story packs (Ghostbusters Movie, Fantastic Beasts Movie, and forthcoming Lego Batman Movie) have six of those levels strung together as a narrative, plus a new construction for the Dimensions base.

Well that's not confusing at all ! (am new to Dimensions). Not saying anything wrong with the explanation, just why do they have to make these things so complicated....
#33
ravenheart
scorez
Could anyone give me an idea of how much extra gameplay you would get per Team Pack or per Level Pack?
I just started Lego Dimensions last night and I'm a little bit afraid that this could be a slippery slope.
Team pack - none, unless you haven't got any fun packs from the same world.
The first character you get from a particular franchise unlocks an adventure world for that franchise. Therefore, the effect of a fun pack and a team pack is identical, the only difference is price and the number of figures you get. If you're not too fussed about having all the different abilities (some characters can do things others can't) and just want to unlock all the worlds, then the fun packs are the cheaper way to achieve this (exceptions are Jurassic World, Scooby Doo, Portal 2, Midway Arcade, Mission Impossible, Sonic The Hedgehog, Gremlins, and Harry Potter, because there are no fun packs for those).
Level packs add one playable level. These are about as long as a single level in the main game storyline, so take about 30 minutes to finish.
Story packs (Ghostbusters Movie, Fantastic Beasts Movie, and forthcoming Lego Batman Movie) have six of those levels strung together as a narrative, plus a new construction for the Dimensions base.

Best explanation of the different Lego Dimensions products I've seen... Thank you very much, as helped me spend minimal amount to get what I wanted.
1 Like #34
noahsdad
Well that's not confusing at all ! (am new to Dimensions). Not saying anything wrong with the explanation, just why do they have to make these things so complicated....

I know what you mean, it does all seem complicated to begin with (aren't all games?) but in the end, it's pretty simple.

The game has two parts. Levels, which have a story. And Adventure Worlds, which don't, they're just open areas where you complete missions and collect stuff.

The game you get in the starter pack is a load of levels strung together as a continuous narrative. You can add extra, one-off themed levels to this with the level packs. These aren't particularly long. I did the Simpsons one in about 30 minutes. They're fun though.

All the adventure worlds are locked to begin with except for Lego Movie, Lord of The Rings, and DC Comics, because you get characters from each of those with your starter pack. These are accessed from the central hub area with all the dimension gate things in it.

The others can be unlocked with any character from that franchise. I.e. You buy the Wicked Witch Fun Pack, and you can unlock the Wizard of Oz Adventure World.

So, if all you really want to do is unlock all of the available gameplay, then what you need to buy are all of the level packs, and then the cheapest option from each of the other franchises to unlock their Adventure Worlds. For most franchises, that's a Fun Pack. For some, it's a Team Pack.

Example. You buy the Doctor Who Level Pack and you get both the Doctor Who level, and the 12th Doctor character, which you can use to unlock the Doctor Who Adventure World. There's therefore no point in buying the Cyber Man Fun Pack, because you already unlocked the world with the Doctor.

There's also no point in buying Wonder Woman, Legolas, Benny, Emmet, Bad Cop, Unikitty, Superman, Aquaman, Cyborg, Joker & Harley Quinn, Gollum, or Gimli, because you've already got all of their worlds by default in your starter pack.

However, as you would expect for any game with multiple playable characters, they all have different abilities. Some areas of the game, and some collectables, require a specific ability to access them. And if you don't have a character with that ability, you can't get that thing.

None of those are essential. The levels are designed in such a way that the characters you have are enough to complete the level, either with the three you got in your starter pack, or the one you get with the level pack you bought. But if you're one of those gamers who wants to achieve 100% completion of collectables, etc. then you will need at least one character with each ability.

It wouldn't be too difficult to work out the minimum list of packs required to achieve everything you need.

The newest additions to all of this are the Story Packs. Which are basically just a loads of level packs (six, to be precise), together as a longer story. They've released the new Ghostbusters movie one so far. The next one is for the Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them movie, and the third one will be the Lego Batman Movie in February. These come with one or two figures, a vehicle or two, a new construction for your Dimensions base, and six levels of gameplay. Easily the best value thing they've done so far if you ask me.

As for why... $$$$, obviously.

Edited By: ravenheart on Oct 25, 2016 12:25: .
1 Like #35
shazzamac
just been to argos braehead and wont price match amazon :( said it needs to be in a store to go get it right now not delivered today or tomorrow pathetic!!
they tried to say this to me but I showed them how their policy was written online as it says

•If the competitor's product is available for delivery the same day, their delivery charge will be counted as part of the price paid.

As it uses the word 'if' they couldn't really argue, amazon didn't offer same day delivery on the product however it was clearly obvious that I could order the items the same day and pay the lower price with zero delivery charge regardless of when I received the items.
#36
ravenheart
noahsdad
Well that's not confusing at all ! (am new to Dimensions). Not saying anything wrong with the explanation, just why do they have to make these things so complicated....
I know what you mean, it does all seem complicated to begin with (aren't all games?) but in the end, it's pretty simple.
The game has two parts. Levels, which have a story. And Adventure Worlds, which don't, they're just open areas where you complete missions and collect stuff.
The game you get in the starter pack is a load of levels strung together as a continuous narrative. You can add extra, one-off themed levels to this with the level packs. These aren't particularly long. I did the Simpsons one in about 30 minutes. They're fun though.
All the adventure worlds are locked to begin with except for Lego Movie, Lord of The Rings, and DC Comics, because you get characters from each of those with your starter pack. These are accessed from the central hub area with all the dimension gate things in it.
The others can be unlocked with any character from that franchise. I.e. You buy the Wicked Witch Fun Pack, and you can unlock the Wizard of Oz Adventure World.
So, if all you really want to do is unlock all of the available gameplay, then what you need to buy are all of the level packs, and then the cheapest option from each of the other franchises to unlock their Adventure Worlds. For most franchises, that's a Fun Pack. For some, it's a Team Pack.
Example. You buy the Doctor Who Level Pack and you get both the Doctor Who level, and the 12th Doctor character, which you can use to unlock the Doctor Who Adventure World. There's therefore no point in buying the Cyber Man Fun Pack, because you already unlocked the world with the Doctor.
There's also no point in buying Wonder Woman, Legolas, Benny, Emmet, Bad Cop, Unikitty, Superman, Aquaman, Cyborg, Joker & Harley Quinn, Gollum, or Gimli, because you've already got all of their worlds by default in your starter pack.
However, as you would expect for any game with multiple playable characters, they all have different abilities. Some areas of the game, and some collectables, require a specific ability to access them. And if you don't have a character with that ability, you can't get that thing.
None of those are essential. The levels are designed in such a way that the characters you have are enough to complete the level, either with the three you got in your starter pack, or the one you get with the level pack you bought. But if you're one of those gamers who wants to achieve 100% completion of collectables, etc. then you will need at least one character with each ability.
It wouldn't be too difficult to work out the minimum list of packs required to achieve everything you need.
The newest additions to all of this are the Story Packs. Which are basically just a loads of level packs (six, to be precise), together as a longer story. They've released the new Ghostbusters movie one so far. The next one is for the Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them movie, and the third one will be the Lego Batman Movie in February. These come with one or two figures, a vehicle or two, a new construction for your Dimensions base, and six levels of gameplay. Easily the best value thing they've done so far if you ask me.
As for why... $$$$, obviously.

brilliant, very helpful, thanks!
1 Like #37
So glad I bit the bullet & got 9 team /level packs on the 3 for 1 glitch the other day! And game pack for £29.99! Kids will be thrilled with a surprise gift for the whole family

Edited By: nikkidavies on Oct 25, 2016 14:19: Spelling
#38
salzablast
shazzamac
just been to argos braehead and wont price match amazon :( said it needs to be in a store to go get it right now not delivered today or tomorrow pathetic!!
they tried to say this to me but I showed them how their policy was written online as it says

•If the competitor's product is available for delivery the same day, their delivery charge will be counted as part of the price paid.

As it uses the word 'if' they couldn't really argue, amazon didn't offer same day delivery on the product however it was clearly obvious that I could order the items the same day and pay the lower price with zero delivery charge regardless of when I received the items.


thanks i may try another store tomorrow
#39
ravenheart
noahsdad
Well that's not confusing at all ! (am new to Dimensions). Not saying anything wrong with the explanation, just why do they have to make these things so complicated....

I know what you mean, it does all seem complicated to begin with (aren't all games?) but in the end, it's pretty simple.

The game has two parts. Levels, which have a story. And Adventure Worlds, which don't, they're just open areas where you complete missions and collect stuff.

The game you get in the starter pack is a load of levels strung together as a continuous narrative. You can add extra, one-off themed levels to this with the level packs. These aren't particularly long. I did the Simpsons one in about 30 minutes. They're fun though.

All the adventure worlds are locked to begin with except for Lego Movie, Lord of The Rings, and DC Comics, because you get characters from each of those with your starter pack. These are accessed from the central hub area with all the dimension gate things in it.

The others can be unlocked with any character from that franchise. I.e. You buy the Wicked Witch Fun Pack, and you can unlock the Wizard of Oz Adventure World.

So, if all you really want to do is unlock all of the available gameplay, then what you need to buy are all of the level packs, and then the cheapest option from each of the other franchises to unlock their Adventure Worlds. For most franchises, that's a Fun Pack. For some, it's a Team Pack.

Example. You buy the Doctor Who Level Pack and you get both the Doctor Who level, and the 12th Doctor character, which you can use to unlock the Doctor Who Adventure World. There's therefore no point in buying the Cyber Man Fun Pack, because you already unlocked the world with the Doctor.

There's also no point in buying Wonder Woman, Legolas, Benny, Emmet, Bad Cop, Unikitty, Superman, Aquaman, Cyborg, Joker & Harley Quinn, Gollum, or Gimli, because you've already got all of their worlds by default in your starter pack.

However, as you would expect for any game with multiple playable characters, they all have different abilities. Some areas of the game, and some collectables, require a specific ability to access them. And if you don't have a character with that ability, you can't get that thing.

None of those are essential. The levels are designed in such a way that the characters you have are enough to complete the level, either with the three you got in your starter pack, or the one you get with the level pack you bought. But if you're one of those gamers who wants to achieve 100% completion of collectables, etc. then you will need at least one character with each ability.

It wouldn't be too difficult to work out the minimum list of packs required to achieve everything you need.

The newest additions to all of this are the Story Packs. Which are basically just a loads of level packs (six, to be precise), together as a longer story. They've released the new Ghostbusters movie one so far. The next one is for the Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them movie, and the third one will be the Lego Batman Movie in February. These come with one or two figures, a vehicle or two, a new construction for your Dimensions base, and six levels of gameplay. Easily the best value thing they've done so far if you ask me.

As for why... $$$$, obviously.


so what do you recomment buying? my son is 11 and i just got him the starter pack so have nothing else yet
#40
shazzamac
ravenheart
noahsdad
Well that's not confusing at all ! (am new to Dimensions). Not saying anything wrong with the explanation, just why do they have to make these things so complicated....
I know what you mean, it does all seem complicated to begin with (aren't all games?) but in the end, it's pretty simple.
The game has two parts. Levels, which have a story. And Adventure Worlds, which don't, they're just open areas where you complete missions and collect stuff.
The game you get in the starter pack is a load of levels strung together as a continuous narrative. You can add extra, one-off themed levels to this with the level packs. These aren't particularly long. I did the Simpsons one in about 30 minutes. They're fun though.
All the adventure worlds are locked to begin with except for Lego Movie, Lord of The Rings, and DC Comics, because you get characters from each of those with your starter pack. These are accessed from the central hub area with all the dimension gate things in it.
The others can be unlocked with any character from that franchise. I.e. You buy the Wicked Witch Fun Pack, and you can unlock the Wizard of Oz Adventure World.
So, if all you really want to do is unlock all of the available gameplay, then what you need to buy are all of the level packs, and then the cheapest option from each of the other franchises to unlock their Adventure Worlds. For most franchises, that's a Fun Pack. For some, it's a Team Pack.
Example. You buy the Doctor Who Level Pack and you get both the Doctor Who level, and the 12th Doctor character, which you can use to unlock the Doctor Who Adventure World. There's therefore no point in buying the Cyber Man Fun Pack, because you already unlocked the world with the Doctor.
There's also no point in buying Wonder Woman, Legolas, Benny, Emmet, Bad Cop, Unikitty, Superman, Aquaman, Cyborg, Joker & Harley Quinn, Gollum, or Gimli, because you've already got all of their worlds by default in your starter pack.
However, as you would expect for any game with multiple playable characters, they all have different abilities. Some areas of the game, and some collectables, require a specific ability to access them. And if you don't have a character with that ability, you can't get that thing.
None of those are essential. The levels are designed in such a way that the characters you have are enough to complete the level, either with the three you got in your starter pack, or the one you get with the level pack you bought. But if you're one of those gamers who wants to achieve 100% completion of collectables, etc. then you will need at least one character with each ability.
It wouldn't be too difficult to work out the minimum list of packs required to achieve everything you need.
The newest additions to all of this are the Story Packs. Which are basically just a loads of level packs (six, to be precise), together as a longer story. They've released the new Ghostbusters movie one so far. The next one is for the Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them movie, and the third one will be the Lego Batman Movie in February. These come with one or two figures, a vehicle or two, a new construction for your Dimensions base, and six levels of gameplay. Easily the best value thing they've done so far if you ask me.
As for why... $$$$, obviously.
so what do you recomment buying? my son is 11 and i just got him the starter pack so have nothing else yet
is there any of the dimensions franchises that he likes? Scooby doo, harry potter, simpsons?

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