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LEGO 75192 Star Wars Millennium Falcon - £519.99 @ Smyths (discount instore only)
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LEGO 75192 Star Wars Millennium Falcon - £519.99 @ Smyths (discount instore only)

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Posted 25th Sep 2018Available: National

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As Smyths are now running their £10 off every £50 spent deal, this brings the UCS Millennium Falcon down to just £519.99. In-store only and ends on 30th September.

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xoisthemotive25/09/2018 11:48

Has anyone got one of these and made a table out of it? Tempted to do this …Has anyone got one of these and made a table out of it? Tempted to do this and put it in a games room


35352429-IsjNP.jpgThis is mine

Oh yeah, only 520 quid, I've got that just lying in my wallet.
I jest, I jest. Still too rich for my blood.
Can't find an excuse to not be kicked out of home after I arrive with this
Here I was thinking the other sets of Lego were expensive.
Edited by: "FireOnAWire" 25th Sep 2018
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Hope they have this in stock somewhere so someone can get a bargain.
If you can get to the Slough store, they currently have 5 in stock.
Oh yeah, only 520 quid, I've got that just lying in my wallet.
I jest, I jest. Still too rich for my blood.
MurkyBucket4 m ago

Hope they have this in stock somewhere so someone can get a bargain.


Everywhere near me has 5 in stock, do I?
Here I was thinking the other sets of Lego were expensive.
Edited by: "FireOnAWire" 25th Sep 2018
I take it you will need something to take it over the £650 mark in the first place to knock the final £10 off
had the same idea, t&c say customer limits apply so hopefully will work.
Edited by: "AMaky" 25th Sep 2018
bion4792 h, 19 m ago

I take it you will need something to take it over the £650 mark in the …I take it you will need something to take it over the £650 mark in the first place to knock the final £10 off


Yep. And carrier bags dont count.
This cannot be worth the money 😨
Can't find an excuse to not be kicked out of home after I arrive with this
Just got one from the Luton store and they round up the 1p so it'll be £130 off. Heat from me!
marine0525/09/2018 09:41

Can't find an excuse to not be kicked out of home after I arrive with this



lol - buy 2 sell one on fleabay and make some extra money off... buy 6 and its free
Build or not to build, that is the question
bion47925/09/2018 11:33

Build or not to build, that is the question


Lego is for building.
There are 40,000 of these in world wide release. It’s not an item worth speculating on.
Bargain
Oneday775 m ago

Lego is for building. There are 40,000 of these in world wide release. …Lego is for building. There are 40,000 of these in world wide release. It’s not an item worth speculating on.


That is true, however, it is unlikely to lose money by keeping it in the box. Looking for what these have been selling on eBay for second hand, some for under £300, if you are going to build it you might as well save yourself the a few £100
MurkyBucket11 h, 15 m ago

Hope they have this in stock somewhere so someone can get a bargain.

If this is anything like the past few years, the AFOL's will have been queing outside of Smythis since the early hours to rob them of all the decent sets at approx 20% off.
Has anyone got one of these and made a table out of it? Tempted to do this and put it in a games room
These are ab absolute bargain at £519.99, snap them up while there HOT.
Edited by: "Somersham" 25th Sep 2018
Is this a lifesize replica then for £500+?
I wonder how many people will be trying to get to their nearest Smyths store in less than twelve parsecs
DevilsNeverCry25/09/2018 11:53

Is this a lifesize replica then for £500+?


It is currently the largest LEGO set ever produced by LEGO, with the same dimensions as the 10179 Ultimate Collector's Millennium Falcon, measuring 33" (84 cm) long by 22" (56 cm) wide and 8.3" (21 cm) tall.


Priced very reasonably £ to brick. 7541 Pieces.
Edited by: "MrCollective" 25th Sep 2018
F me, this costs more than my car insurance renewal, looks like I’m going without the car for a while
DevilsNeverCry17 m ago

Is this a lifesize replica then for £500+?


And does it do the kessel run in less than 12 parsecs?
bion47941 m ago

Build or not to build, that is the question


No leave it in the loft for 30 years and treble your money or more
What kind of nutter spends £500 on kids lego?
Stunning set but I can't afford / justify it
Does it come in official Lego shipping box 📦 with wheels?
Or does it run the risk of coming with a damaged box? As I’ve experienced before with Smyths.
wasn't the best falcon £100.
duckbaby8 m ago

Does it come in official Lego shipping box 📦 with wheels? Or does it …Does it come in official Lego shipping box 📦 with wheels? Or does it run the risk of coming with a damaged box? As I’ve experienced before with Smyths.



INSTORE ONLY so you can chose the box you want... if any will be left after scalpers take em for £20 profit...
MrCollective25/09/2018 12:04

It is currently the largest LEGO set ever produced by LEGO, with the same …It is currently the largest LEGO set ever produced by LEGO, with the same dimensions as the 10179 Ultimate Collector's Millennium Falcon, measuring 33" (84 cm) long by 22" (56 cm) wide and 8.3" (21 cm) tall.Priced very reasonably £ to brick. 7541 Pieces.


£ to brick is a rerrible metric for AFOL. It works for kids who split their sets apart and reuse them and remodel them but no one is going to buy this..build it...then strip it apart to play with and remix with different sets. This is a £520 ornament that will sit static on a shelf.


No harm in that, peoole have freedom, but don't kid yourself that £ to Brick applies.
pasgun25/09/2018 12:20

What kind of nutter spends £500 on kids lego?



Since when has lego been for kids?!?!
pasgun13 m ago

What kind of nutter spends £500 on kids lego?


£500 has to be spent somewhere. What kind of nutter drinks 10 pints of beer in a night? You wouldn't sit at home and drink 10 pints of milk back to back...people spend £500 on car modifications, tablets, furniture. We are lucky enough to live in an age of freedom, choice and leisure.

I personally wouldn't but I can see why others would.
Babbler3 m ago

Since when has lego been for kids?!?!


Since the inception of the company. The use of punctuation makes me think you are not being sarcastic.
Same people who say "stupid and expensive" about lego sets that provide weeks of fun building them, have great display value and often sell for three times more on ebay couple of years years after being discontinued, spend £300 each month paying off a depreciating car just to show off in front of their neighbours..
xoisthemotive25/09/2018 11:48

Has anyone got one of these and made a table out of it? Tempted to do this …Has anyone got one of these and made a table out of it? Tempted to do this and put it in a games room


35352429-IsjNP.jpgThis is mine

MurkyBucket25/09/2018 00:32

Hope they have this in stock somewhere so someone can get a bargain.


Listen to yourself for Christs sake. LEGO and £519.99 should NEVER EVER appear in the same sentence. I'm going to banish them for life for this audacity. I will never buy another lego product again. And as for this site, it's becoming more of a joke by the day. Front page riddled with store specific deals with over 1000 heat which none of us will be able to take advantage of. 800 heat for a pathetic morrisons deal which only gave a paltry free delivery for a new customer's first shop. And now £500 lego toys at the top of the front page.
Edited by: "anthony.james" 25th Sep 2018
I'd rather buy a lepin set from AliExpress for a third of the price - aliexpress.com/who…132
It's Lego....£500!!!! Nuts.....
pasgun25/09/2018 12:20

What kind of nutter spends £500 on kids lego?



me... I have around 2k's worth in my loft! :-/
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