Aragogs Lego Lair - £9.99 (+£5.99 Postage) @ GAME
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Aragogs Lego Lair - £9.99 (+£5.99 Postage) @ GAME

£15.98£25.5037%GAME Deals
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Posted 15th Apr
Retired set 75950 Aragogs Lair on sale at Game £9,99 , showing at £25.50 on Amazon as it's running out. amazon.co.uk/LEG…1-1


Game has a habit of clearing retired sets which are expensive elsewhere, so if you want a cheap set without paying silly prices, grab some from Game. Delivery charge applies, but they have a load of sets 30% less than Amazon if you look.
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Was £5-6 in Tesco and sainsbury many many times. £10 is a normal price for this set
jakub.dudzewicz15/04/2020 22:21

Was £5-6 in Tesco and sainsbury many many times. £10 is a normal price for …Was £5-6 in Tesco and sainsbury many many times. £10 is a normal price for this set


I agree that the price seems high but as it's now retired and out of stock everywhere, this may be the lowest available.
good spot op
If this was sold on Amazon for £25
£4 postage etc
£5 Amazon fee
Means a £1 profit, we get all the high flyers on Hukd now.
Thank you
rivellangel15/04/2020 22:22

I agree that the price seems high but as it's now retired and out of stock …I agree that the price seems high but as it's now retired and out of stock everywhere, this may be the lowest available.


But if it's retired, it's retired. Lego sets retire all the time, so that doesn't make above RRP (incl. delivery) a good deal... I can see why OP posted this and I get your comment, but if people want to pay this much for it then they would find it themselves not on a deals website. Also, if it wasn't for this pandemic, getting this in store at a tenner isn't bad. But if someone's wanting retired Lego sets they should try Bricklink or eBay

This is a really good set by the way, but not for £16.
Edited by: "sammy_zammy" 16th Apr
sammy_zammy16/04/2020 00:35

But if it's retired, it's retired. Lego sets retire all the time, so that …But if it's retired, it's retired. Lego sets retire all the time, so that doesn't make above RRP (incl. delivery) a good deal... I can see why OP posted this and I get your comment, but if people want to pay this much for it then they would find it themselves not on a deals website. Also, if it wasn't for this pandemic, getting this in store at a tenner isn't bad. But if someone's wanting retired Lego sets they should try Bricklink or eBay This is a really good set by the way, but not for £16.


I think it all depends on what your philosophy is for using this site: is it a good deal based on what the item is "worth" (according to RRP or some other measure) or is it about what the best available deal is currently. Personally, I consider it to be a mixture of the two which sometimes makes voting a grey area based on a gut feeling. To me this isn't an attractive deal because I bought mine a while ago for a bit less than this (due to the delivery cost). If I hadn't and I wanted it to complete my HP Lego collection then I might grudgingly pay this because it's the best deal available currently.
rivellangel16/04/2020 00:48

I think it all depends on what your philosophy is for using this site: is …I think it all depends on what your philosophy is for using this site: is it a good deal based on what the item is "worth" (according to RRP or some other measure) or is it about what the best available deal is currently. Personally, I consider it to be a mixture of the two which sometimes makes voting a grey area based on a gut feeling. To me this isn't an attractive deal because I bought mine a while ago for a bit less than this (due to the delivery cost). If I hadn't and I wanted it to complete my HP Lego collection then I might grudgingly pay this because it's the best deal available currently.


I get that. That is the trouble. So many Switch at RRP deals going at the moment - some go scorching, some go freezing. I feel maybe the emphasis should be on the "hot" not the "deals". Those Switches will be gone in minutes - so people are gonna want to be notified about it. And they haven't been cheaper since well before Christmas. So it's good to post it. But someone after this set in particular is likely shopping around already, so a deal like this when it's been this price online for a while, has been cheaper often (admittedly in-store) in the last few months, is kinda worthless as a deal. On the other hand, someone may be desperately looking for this set and not thought to look at Game.

But I guess, if you feel it's worth grabbing you should post it. If it helps someone (and this deal clearly has) then I guess it's worth it, regardless of the arbitrary internet points it gives you.

I just spent 5 minutes lecturing about what is defined by a good deal at 1 in the morning dammit.
Edited by: "sammy_zammy" 16th Apr
lIke the Star Wars Brickheadz deal that i posted from GAME, it seems the £4.99 postage is dealkiller sadly, but heat from me anyway.
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sammy_zammy16/04/2020 00:35

But if it's retired, it's retired. Lego sets retire all the time, so that …But if it's retired, it's retired. Lego sets retire all the time, so that doesn't make above RRP (incl. delivery) a good deal... I can see why OP posted this and I get your comment, but if people want to pay this much for it then they would find it themselves not on a deals website. Also, if it wasn't for this pandemic, getting this in store at a tenner isn't bad. But if someone's wanting retired Lego sets they should try Bricklink or eBay This is a really good set by the way, but not for £16.


I don’t know where the £5.99 delivery came from as it was £4.99 for delivery . I actually bought three sets and some other sets which were a good deal so the order came to £100 worth of stuff in total. I was planning to resell the sets I bought as I’d already sold these and was pointing out that these are now the cheapest around so instead of going to Amazon you could buy here and if you’re an Amazon / EBay reseller its worth a look. That’s how I use this site
philip.dyke16/04/2020 07:32

I don’t know where the £5.99 delivery came from as it was £4.99 for del …I don’t know where the £5.99 delivery came from as it was £4.99 for delivery . I actually bought three sets and some other sets which were a good deal so the order came to £100 worth of stuff in total. I was planning to resell the sets I bought as I’d already sold these and was pointing out that these are now the cheapest around so instead of going to Amazon you could buy here and if you’re an Amazon / EBay reseller its worth a look. That’s how I use this site


That’s fair
malm15/04/2020 23:31

If this was sold on Amazon for £25 £4 postage etc£5 Amazon feeMeans a £1 pr …If this was sold on Amazon for £25 £4 postage etc£5 Amazon feeMeans a £1 profit, we get all the high flyers on Hukd now.


interesting, Do you sell much on Amazon
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