Lego Ghostbusters Firehouse (75827) £249.99 (poss £239.99) at Toys R Us - HotUKDeals
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Lego Ghostbusters Firehouse (75827) £249.99 (poss £239.99) at Toys R Us

£249.99 @ Toys R Us
Toys R Us currently running a price of £249.99 on the Lego Ghostbusters Firehouse. Normal price is £284.99. Not a massive saving, but does not get discounted often. In store, they will match the we… Read More
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4m, 2w agoFound 4 months, 2 weeks ago
Toys R Us currently running a price of £249.99 on the Lego Ghostbusters Firehouse. Normal price is £284.99. Not a massive saving, but does not get discounted often.

In store, they will match the website price, and we also got £10 Off in-store by signing up for one of their gold loyalty cards. Not sure if this is new sign ups or existing holders, but it is £10 Off you spend £50 this weekend, meaning could be £239.99.

Quidco also available if ordered online.

Click and collect not currently available.

Not for everyone due to price and size. We picked up the last one in Croydon Purley store.
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#1
Holy cow. Never thought I'd see the day I needed to remortgage for a Lego house!
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fireman1
Holy cow. Never thought I'd see the day I needed to remortgage for a Lego house!
The best way to look at it is that it's effectively free. It won't lose it's value and will most likely go up once it's retired.

That's what I tell the wife anyway. ;)

Edited By: kilboy on Feb 12, 2017 10:39
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kilboy
fireman1
Holy cow. Never thought I'd see the day I needed to remortgage for a Lego house!
The best way to look at it is that it's effectively free. It won't lose it's value and will most likely go up once it's retired.
That's what I tell the wife anyway. ;)

Have to agree there, Wall-E went up from £39.99 to over £60 when the set was retired by LEGO. Just before I came out the dark ages too!
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It's currently showing as £284.99p.

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