Lego dimensions fun packs £5 instore @ Poundland!!
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Lego dimensions fun packs £5 instore @ Poundland!!

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Found 19th Nov
Just found lego dimensions fun packs for £5 in my local Poundland!

They had a selection of different types, including the fairly recent fantastic beasts fun packs, these are typically around £14.99 !!!!

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I can't help but feel that poundland has lost track of its USP recently.
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They had these in my local Poundland too (Exeter High Street), but only the Fantastic Beasts one

I’ll go look tomorrow but doubt any of the ones near me will have them

Awesome if you can get them! Will check my local tomorrow 🤞

Yes prices of these set to drop like a stone,they were selling them off at stores in the USA for $1.
Unlikely to be in my local stores as usual,thanks for posting op.

I can't help but feel that poundland has lost track of its USP recently.

Heat if you can get hold of them

Agree prices will be in the £'s by the end of next year due to LEGO pulling the plug a year early. Is £5 worth it at the moment yes, but should you wait maybe. We could be looking at £3 or less in a couple of months.

Poundland at middlebrook in Horwich never have the good stuff. Great offer but I'm not wasting a journey to our c****y poundland.

BigOrkWaaagh51 m ago

I can't help but feel that poundland has lost track of its USP recently.


Just thinking this the other day in the shop, its all over the place

what would people say is age range for dimensions?

i have 5 and 7 year old.

they like infinity but struggle with controls sometimes.
trying to decide between this and skylanders as infinity is gone now.

These will continue to fall in price. The game is dead. I'll wait until the price drops more

But I thought everything in poundland is supposed to be a pound....?

None in my local (South Shields)

alas none in either of mine.

None in Camberly

None in cwmbran

Plymouth opposite Whsmith has loads of Bart Simpsons, no others on display. Possible they are just opening individual boxes and they're not assorted, too busy to ask

Blackpool town centre just had a lot of the Chima type, nothing else on display either.

I actually went and checked at Middlebrook and as always the staff had zero clue.

ngac2 h, 18 m ago

what would people say is age range for dimensions?i have 5 and 7 year …what would people say is age range for dimensions?i have 5 and 7 year old.they like infinity but struggle with controls sometimes. trying to decide between this and skylanders as infinity is gone now.

They should be fine to be honest, with most of the lego games, they may need a little adult support at times but mainly fine with the age group you asked about

Wounded, won't get to a poundland till Wednesday
Edited by: "emmaboz" 19th Nov

To be honest those saying the price will continue to fall are mostly correct, however of the 3 big toys to life franchises lego dimensions certainly stands the best chance of becoming a collectable long term. Some of the packs are already hard to get hold of, and sell for more than their original price. Also a lego character and a small vehicle (or similar) are pretty good value at £5, most similar lego kits retail around the £6.99-8.99, and that's without the additional playability the video game offers.

None in Liverpool city centre branch. Staff member I spoke to says they have not had any in the past either.

ngac19th Nov

what would people say is age range for dimensions?i have 5 and 7 year …what would people say is age range for dimensions?i have 5 and 7 year old.they like infinity but struggle with controls sometimes. trying to decide between this and skylanders as infinity is gone now.

My son has played Lego games since he was 3, he's nearly 5 now. Picks them up and controls them easily. The first Lego marvel superheroes game is usually the best starting point.

Poundland Bristol (Horsefair, opposite CEX) has Aquaman and Bane fun packs (many more of the latter).

I work for poundland so I can say great bridge, West Midlands store have only doc brown (back to the future) for now and Dudley store has bart (the simpsons) for now. I’ve been hoping for different to come in but we only got them in on Sunday 19th

Brighton Western Road: Simpsons Fun Pack (Bart), DC (Bane)
Brighton North Street: Back to The Future (Doc Brown), LOTR (Gimli), Fantastic Beasts (Tina)

Runcorn only has Back to the Future boxes. Lots of them.

Great deal I brought the back to the future one from Alice retail park Poundland in Sutton Coldfield

budda27th Nov

Runcorn only has Back to the Future boxes. Lots of them.


Just quick heads up, the Widnes one by M&S doesn't have them, do you know if Runcorn still have them?
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