Argos 3 for 2 on lego advent calenders £19.99 - £39.98 for 3 (works out £13.34 each)
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Argos 3 for 2 on lego advent calenders £19.99 - £39.98 for 3 (works out £13.34 each)

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Edited by:"foreveryoung04"Found 3rd Nov
Just spotted the lego advent calenders are part of the argos 3 for 2 and amazingly they haven't had a price increase! So if u needed 3 works out £13.34 each on lego city and lego friends, or mix with some toys

Also some others such as paw patrol, match attacks...

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sharkalos2 m ago

£16.66 each because the star wars one is £10 more.

You don't have to buy the star wars one though lol

Just make sure you peel the catalogue number stickers off carefully and straighten the boxes after Argos' notorious handling and shipping. I'll NEVER buy anything there to be honest. Cooling added.

None of the big retailers seem capable of delivering lego boxes in good condition,
the concept of packaging your purchase properly is beyond them,would you post anything valuable and fragile in a plastic bag.Only if you were clueless.

Match attax also on offer 🖒

Just be careful when removing their unnecessary stickers and don't accept smashed boxes as condition is critical for these ;-)

malm3rd Nov

None of the big retailers seem capable of delivering lego boxes in good …None of the big retailers seem capable of delivering lego boxes in good condition,the concept of packaging your purchase properly is beyond them,would you post anything valuable and fragile in a plastic bag.Only if you were clueless.


Here's the worst>best in order:

Argos - covered in stickers and ship in bin liners
Toys R Us - bin liners often used and UPS throw the items on to your doorstep - VERY hard to get PayPal refund.
Very - bin liners and Collect+ shops seem to stack everything on top of each other while waiting for collection.
Tesco - pot luck as either large boxes with little internal padding and bin liners, also stacked up when C&C.
John Lewis - in boxes when C&C, but mostly bin liners for delivery - I always C&C now.
Amazon - ALWAYS use non-3rd party otherwise you've no idea what the condition would be lik, otherwise OK.
Asda - one of the few that mostly use boxes (even original LEGO cartons) with good padding, the best currently.
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