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LEGO 75957 Harry Potter Knight Bus Toy, Triple-decker Collectible Set £24.07 (£23.61 With fee free card) @ Amazon Italy
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LEGO 75957 Harry Potter Knight Bus Toy, Triple-decker Collectible Set £24.07 (£23.61 With fee free card) @ Amazon Italy

£24.07£29.9920%Amazon Italy Deals
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Posted 1st JanEdited by:"AnkerMan"

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£23.61 using a fee free card like Monzo or Starling,etc.

Product Description
Give your young witch or wizard the ride of their lifeaboard the Harry Potter LEGO Knight Bus. When kids catch the purple triple-decker bus, they know they are in for a wild ride back to Hogwarts. With a hinged side panel for easy access to the interior and are movable roof to reveal the upper deck, this magical bus is bursting with play potential. Once Harry’s trunk has been loaded, itis time to hold tight. As the knight bus races away, swerving around corners and bouncing over bumps, kids will love how the bed slides back and forth and the chandelier swings from the ceiling. The knight bus toy playset comes with three minifigures and plenty of fun accessories to transport wizards, witches and Muggles alike to a world of imaginative play.

  • Build the three-level LEGO night Bus toy with hinged opening sidepanel, removable roof and a movable sliding bed and swinging chandelier
  • Includes the cheeky shrunken head and Harry Potter’s chest containing a wand, letter, chocolate bar and a potion bottle
  • Stan shunpike is issuing tickets and Ernie Prang still hasn’t mastered his steering skills, it is going to be a bumpy ride
  • Includes three (for-June-2019) LEGO Harry Potter minifigures: Harry Potter, Stan Shunpike and Ernie Prang
  • The LEGO knight bus 75957 toy playset can be built together with all other original LEGO sets and LEGO bricks for creative building

The knight bus measures over 6 Inch (16 cm) high, 6 Inch (16 cm) long and 2 Inch (6 cm) wide.

Contains 403 pieces.
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11 Comments
Cheaper on Ebay brand new.
fonzie210701/01/2020 20:01

Cheaper on Ebay brand new.


With comments like these, you should provide a link and be sure that the stock is not limited to a few items.
These were going for £20 before Christmas...
AnkerMan01/01/2020 20:06

With comments like these, you should provide a link and be sure that the …With comments like these, you should provide a link and be sure that the stock is not limited to a few items.


Looks like it’s this:


rover.ebay.com/rov…282

Looking at the fact that this seller only has around 100 feedback scores and sells no other Lego, many of which are as a buyer not a seller, and there’s only one available, it’s a pretty dumb comment to make.
gidsterc01/01/2020 20:07

These were going for £20 before Christmas...


Doc Brown called from Back to Future, he want his time machine back!
AnkerMan01/01/2020 20:06

With comments like these, you should provide a link and be sure that the …With comments like these, you should provide a link and be sure that the stock is not limited to a few items.

You're right.
Just checked and there is only two available on the eBay listing.
I'm new to shopping on Amazon in other countries - how do all the fees and fee-free cards work?

I have a nationwide FlexOne Visa Debit card. It says here nationwide.co.uk/sup…ges
that there are no fees associated with this card. So does this mean that I will pay the price Amazon says at checkout or does this only apply to purchases made actually abroad and not online? If what I'm assuming is correct (no fees), then why do these deals always say "with a fee free card like Monzo" - as I would have thought my card is a fairly standard normal card?


Sorry for asking dumb questions - any help is appreciated
sammy_zammy01/01/2020 20:33

I'm new to shopping on Amazon in other countries - how do all the fees and …I'm new to shopping on Amazon in other countries - how do all the fees and fee-free cards work?I have a nationwide FlexOne Visa Debit card. It says here https://www.nationwide.co.uk/support/travel/fees-charges#xtab:foreignPurchasesthat there are no fees associated with this card. So does this mean that I will pay the price Amazon says at checkout or does this only apply to purchases made actually abroad and not online? If what I'm assuming is correct (no fees), then why do these deals always say "with a fee free card like Monzo" - as I would have thought my card is a fairly standard normal card?Sorry for asking dumb questions - any help is appreciated


I am no expert myself so perhaps someone can help you. I specifically signed up with a prepaid credit card that uses favourable rates via mastercard.
fonzie210701/01/2020 20:11

You're right.Just checked and there is only two available on the eBay …You're right.Just checked and there is only two available on the eBay listing.


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