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LEGO 60235 City Advent Calendar 2019 £17.59 (Prime) / £22.08 (non Prime) at Amazon
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LEGO 60235 City Advent Calendar 2019 £17.59 (Prime) / £22.08 (non Prime) at Amazon

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Posted 9th OctEdited by:"punkrjb"

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Give your child a fun way to get into the holiday spirit with the LEGO City 60235 Advent Calendar 2019 playset. It has 24 different buildable presents, one for each day of the season, including a snowmobile, snow fort, curling set, fireplace, rocking chair, telescope and much more. This children’s Advent Calendar includes Father Christmas Santa Clause minifigure, 6 other minifigures and a husky dog figure. This LEGO City Advent Calendar playset makes a fun gift for kids and the minifigures and toys can be built together with all other original LEGO sets and bricks for creative play. Contains 234 pieces – For boys and girls aged 5+ and for fans and kids of all ages.
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This is actually just over 25% off the RRP which is £22.99
extranormal09/10/2019 07:45

This is actually just over 25% off the RRP which is £22.99


Yeah, HUKD has an annoying thing where it puts in the next best price ratter than the rrp.
For transparency, it should really advise of both.
Lego friends calendar is same price too.
grex910109/10/2019 07:51

Yeah, HUKD has an annoying thing where it puts in the next best price …Yeah, HUKD has an annoying thing where it puts in the next best price ratter than the rrp.For transparency, it should really advise of both.


I'm no fan of NBP but rrp isn't the answer either. I think that some form of average "usual price" would be better. If people keep editing the NBP back to rrp they risk getting the deal edit locked.

Great price though and heat added
jayhutton1009/10/2019 08:31

I'm no fan of NBP but rrp isn't the answer either. I think that some form …I'm no fan of NBP but rrp isn't the answer either. I think that some form of average "usual price" would be better. If people keep editing the NBP back to rrp they risk getting the deal edit locked.Great price though and heat added



I would have thought it would make sense to show reduction against rrp (%) and the nbp underneath (£).
manc8009/10/2019 08:33

I would have thought it would make sense to show reduction against rrp (%) …I would have thought it would make sense to show reduction against rrp (%) and the nbp underneath (£).


100% agree. Unfortunately, we're in amongst a number of people who struggle to use the correct "there". Adding a third price into the mix would be like trying to explain quantum physics to a bluebottle.
manc8009/10/2019 08:33

I would have thought it would make sense to show reduction against rrp (%) …I would have thought it would make sense to show reduction against rrp (%) and the nbp underneath (£).


Not always, for stuff like this i think that would be OK as rrp are pretty well established and people will pay rrp for this product. Some products have wildly varying rrp between items that on the face of it look essentially the same so the perceived saving isn't what you are actually getting against the "usual" price.
Perhaps having rrp and NBP is a good idea though as at least gives more information than we currently get.
I always try and put in the deal text where the NBP is as well for full disclosure
Similar price if not cheaper at COSTCO for those of us who are members.
Ordered, thanks
Heads up to Rushhour who posted the 20% off Lego at B&M deal
Same price at B&M38633528-xinwg.jpgLego Harry Potter one a good price at £19.19
Edited by: "Gingerdan" 9th Oct
Gingerdan09/10/2019 13:18

Heads up to Rushhour who posted the 20% off Lego at B&M dealSame price at …Heads up to Rushhour who posted the 20% off Lego at B&M dealSame price at B&M[Image] Lego Harry Potter one a good price at £19.19


Nice, must be who amazon are matching
Edited by: "jayhutton10" 9th Oct
But that also means that the NBP is wrong... Oh dear
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