3 for 2 Lego Dimensions (including newly released Lego Batman and Knight Rider) @ Sainsburys
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3 for 2 Lego Dimensions (including newly released Lego Batman and Knight Rider) @ Sainsburys

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Found 20th Feb
Lego Dimensions are on 3 for 2 at Sainsburys and include the newly released Lego Batman and Knight Rider Fun Packs
Others in my local included Sensei Wu, Lloyd, Bane and Stay Puft
£12.99 each so works out about £8.66 each. Pretty good imo for the new packs

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It's online too, but all of a sudden all video game related stuff has vanished from the site. The whole section is empty.
Edited by: "ravenheart" 20th Feb

Preferred the BOGOF's at Christmas but not a bad deal.
Normal price is daft.

Noticed this yesterday instore, will be looking to pick up Knight Rider & 2 other new ones maybe BA, ET or Stay Puff. Not really interested in picking up another Bat man -as original one will do just fine

Isn't this deal on every other week?

Are Story Packs included this time?

rivellangel

Are Story Packs included this time?



Answering my own question, look online it seems to be only certain Fun Packs (not all of them, not Team, Level or Story packs)

sainsburys.co.uk/sho…018

rivellangel

Are Story Packs included this time?



I keep hoping for a 3 for 2 on Story Packs, they're so ridiculously overpriced. Won't bite until the price comes down.

wideawakewesley

I keep hoping for a 3 for 2 on Story Packs, they're so ridiculously … I keep hoping for a 3 for 2 on Story Packs, they're so ridiculously overpriced. Won't bite until the price comes down.



To be honest, the story packs are actually by FAR the most reasonably priced packs for Dimensions. It's not even close. Six times more gameplay than a level pack, and a several times more physical Lego included, at less than double the price.

It's all the smaller ones - especially the team ones - which are ridiculously overpriced.
Edited by: "ravenheart" 20th Feb

ravenheart

To be honest, the story packs are actually by FAR the most reasonably … To be honest, the story packs are actually by FAR the most reasonably priced packs for Dimensions. It's not even close. Six times more gameplay than a level pack, and a several times more physical Lego included, at less than double the price. It's all the smaller ones - especially the team ones - which are ridiculously overpriced.




Standard marketing pricing methodology... release them at ridiculous price so you can do offers on them like BOGOF etc...

of course some will buy at full price as they cant wait for deals...

ravenheart

To be honest, the story packs are actually by FAR the most reasonably … To be honest, the story packs are actually by FAR the most reasonably priced packs for Dimensions. It's not even close. Six times more gameplay than a level pack, and a several times more physical Lego included, at less than double the price. It's all the smaller ones - especially the team ones - which are ridiculously overpriced.



I agree, the story packs are actually good for the money compared to the fun packs, and level packs, Me and my daughter have only played the Lego batman movie one so far, completed that. (Not 100%) and now starting the fantastic beasts story pack. Which looks good so far.
The fun packs are just to get into worlds, and there are a lot of characters for the same worlds some times

DannGo

Isn't this deal on every other week?



This is only good deal as includes new editions which only cam out 10 days ago

supadryz

Noticed this yesterday instore, will be looking to pick up Knight Rider & … Noticed this yesterday instore, will be looking to pick up Knight Rider & 2 other new ones maybe BA, ET or Stay Puff. Not really interested in picking up another Bat man -as original one will do just fine



​bear in mind that the new batman unlocks a new world too. lego batman (from lego batman movie) unlocks lego batman movie world whereas lego batman (from the base pack) unlocks the dc world... wow it's confusing

If you've got any CEX credit, the story packs are £30-32 including postage (sealed). They even currently have Batman.

You could (for example) buy 2 of these from Toys R Us for £20 toysrus.co.uk/toy…692 and sell to CEX for £28 credit to spent on a story pack.

If you're not looking to give them as gifts and just want the tags (without the lego) then you can get them cheap on ebay. I got the 3 brand new story packs for £15 as I only wanted the tags. Collectors are more interested in the Lego so for those who just want them for the game, it's worth a look.
Edited by: "bunnygirlbaby" 21st Feb

ravenheart

To be honest, the story packs are actually by FAR the most reasonably … To be honest, the story packs are actually by FAR the most reasonably priced packs for Dimensions. It's not even close. Six times more gameplay than a level pack, and a several times more physical Lego included, at less than double the price. It's all the smaller ones - especially the team ones - which are ridiculously overpriced.



My problem with them is the base bricks. I don't want to pay for Lego bricks that aren't useful to the game, as that's all I'm interested in. I'm sure the physical contents of the packs are one of the main reasons we've seen zero deals on them so far. Still, I can't imagine the Ghostbusters pack sold well, so it can only be a matter of time. The Lego Batman pack will no doubt hold it's price for quite some time though
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