Lego city Pizza Van 60150 £3.70 @ Asda - reddish Stockport
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Lego city Pizza Van 60150 £3.70 @ Asda - reddish Stockport

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Found 20th Jun 2017
Not sure if national however this is in my local ASDA. In reddish Stockport.

I hope you can all find in your stores
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Super hot, great find op
Amazing price...I paid nearly £20 in April for my son for his birthday!!
Jeez, I paid £10 when it was last on sale in Asda. How has it fallen so fast? Brand new set only released like 2 months ago. It's a nice set.
Great find - again my local store Guiseley was full price !
David23

Jeez, I paid £10 when it was last on sale in Asda. How has it fallen so … Jeez, I paid £10 when it was last on sale in Asda. How has it fallen so fast? Brand new set only released like 2 months ago. It's a nice set.


It actually came out about 6 months ago. and whoever paid "almost £20 in april" probably shouldn't be on this site, since the rrp is £14.99
funkeymunkey

It actually came out about 6 months ago. and whoever paid "almost £20 in … It actually came out about 6 months ago. and whoever paid "almost £20 in april" probably shouldn't be on this site, since the rrp is £14.99



That was with delivery included
Lego really is overpriced, they probably still make a profit at £3.50. Now that most of it is made in the Far East and Eastern Europe for a pittance it makes the price sting even more. Should be 100% made in Denmark.
David23

Lego really is overpriced, they probably still make a profit at £3.50. … Lego really is overpriced, they probably still make a profit at £3.50. Now that most of it is made in the Far East and Eastern Europe for a pittance it makes the price sting even more. Should be 100% made in Denmark.


Lol
David231 h, 41 m ago

Lego really is overpriced, they probably still make a profit at £3.50. Now …Lego really is overpriced, they probably still make a profit at £3.50. Now that most of it is made in the Far East and Eastern Europe for a pittance it makes the price sting even more. Should be 100% made in Denmark.


... and by someone with blonde hair.
KongDonkey

... and by someone with blonde hair.



Yeah, and named Marcus.
David23

Lego really is overpriced, they probably still make a profit at £3.50. … Lego really is overpriced, they probably still make a profit at £3.50. Now that most of it is made in the Far East and Eastern Europe for a pittance it makes the price sting even more. Should be 100% made in Denmark.


the retailers don't make any profit on sale items, they just clear shelves for now stock which will bring them profit.
they don't even break even on the few last boxes they clear but in a long run they may have sold 1000's of boxes so the last few 100's does not matter. 30% off RRP is the usual Lego discount for large buyers. huge buyers may have better discount but would be surprised if it is more than 40%. they probably paid about £8-£9 for this set.
have fun!
Nothing cheap in Asda Derby
funkeymunkey

Yeah, and named Marcus.



When a British brand or product is no longer entirely made in the UK (HP Sauce, MG Rover etc) no one seems to have a problem in highlighting it to death, plonkers.
Edited by: "David23" 21st Jun 2017
David23

When a British brand or product is no longer entirely made in the UK (HP … When a British brand or product is no longer entirely made in the UK (HP Sauce, MG Rover etc) no one seems to have a problem in highlighting it to death, plonkers.


It's a toy building brick system...
funkeymunkey

It's a toy building brick system...



It's not about that, its about the workers in the country and the livelihood of people in Denmark who work for what is a pretty large company. Up until mid 2000's all Lego was entirely made in Denmark, then like with most things production was shipped abroad to cut costs yet the price stayed the same and even increased. I don't mind paying more if it's of a quality and manufacturing ethos that I appreciate. Its like Japanese made cameras for example.
David23

It's not about that, its about the workers in the country and the … It's not about that, its about the workers in the country and the livelihood of people in Denmark who work for what is a pretty large company. Up until mid 2000's all Lego was entirely made in Denmark, then like with most things production was shipped abroad to cut costs yet the price stayed the same and even increased. I don't mind paying more if it's of a quality and manufacturing ethos that I appreciate. Its like Japanese made cameras for example.


The price has increased? got an example or two?
funkeymunkey

The price has increased? got an example or two?



The larger Lego sets, like Technic flagship ones have increased quite a bit. I'm talking about over a decade or two. I'm not going to search through Lego wiki's to find RRP's.
Available at a branch NOT near you ;-)
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