Lego Ferrari F40 reduced £63.74 on John Lewis along with the campervan. Mini and Beetle
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Lego Ferrari F40 reduced £63.74 on John Lewis along with the campervan. Mini and Beetle

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Found 20th Nov
John Lewis has reduced its Lego expert sets.

Ferrari F40 down to £63.74 johnlewis.com/leg…197

VW Campervan down to £72.24 johnlewis.com/leg…603

Mini Cooper down to £67.99 johnlewis.com/leg…929

VW Beetle down to £63.74 johnlewis.com/leg…698

Not often reduced so a good deal

41 Comments

Thanks for sharing. The Ferrari is an awesome build! Highly recommend this one.

Good prices but I'm going to wait and see what lego do with their prices on Friday. I like the look of the free nutcracker set

Is it John Paul George or Ringo?

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superpanda6 m ago

Is it John Paul George or Ringo?

Haha. Cheers. Edited!

_sion40 m ago

Good prices but I'm going to wait and see what lego do with their prices …Good prices but I'm going to wait and see what lego do with their prices on Friday. I like the look of the free nutcracker set



Bear in mind if you click and collect at JL you have a week to collect. That gets you this price - if Lego do a better deal on Black Friday you can simply return the JL purchase for a refund.

Actually looks really good!

Would be nice touch if it had steering, especially at the price

daudiamd23 m ago

Would be nice touch if it had steering, especially at the price


Legi creator sets are more about the design than the technical functions of the model.

We have them all, F40 and Camper are favourites in our house...

Hot! Thanks OP I'm going to get this for my unborn child!

Sloth/Mod

Thanks @warburtona5 I need all these. Who wanted to eat this month anyway

Been tempted to get the Mini Cooper. I have ordered a Lepin imperial warship from Ali and interested to compare the quality. The Mini Cooper from Lepin is £32.30 delivered for anyone considering.

I need the Beetle for my sons Christmas, do you think Lego will have it reduced further than this on Friday?

samantha.duthie12 m ago

I need the Beetle for my sons Christmas, do you think Lego will have it …I need the Beetle for my sons Christmas, do you think Lego will have it reduced further than this on Friday?



I doubt it, but who knows really?
Why not order one from JL and return it if you then get one "significantly" cheaper on Friday?
At least you'll have one and more options than chasing stock come Christmas?
Black Friday is great fun unless you actually want something?!

lemonader42 m ago

Hot! Thanks OP I'm going to get this for my unborn child!


Are you going to road test it ?

merlinthehappypig2 h, 6 m ago

Bear in mind if you click and collect at JL you have a week to collect. …Bear in mind if you click and collect at JL you have a week to collect. That gets you this price - if Lego do a better deal on Black Friday you can simply return the JL purchase for a refund.


Also worth noting that JL refund the "click and collect" cost also if you do not pick up. You don't even need to pick it up. Just leave it a week and they return it automtically and you get a full refund.

32484569-2gpF8.jpgThanks OP.
They also have the Winter Toy Shop at a great price which is sold out on the lego site.
m.johnlewis.com/leg…173
Edited by: "markinoxon" 20th Nov

Got the winter holiday train set
johnlewis.com/leg…497

Didn't think it would ever be discounted before Christmas. Thank you Warburtona5

cjdean19832 h, 6 m ago

Been tempted to get the Mini Cooper. I have ordered a Lepin imperial …Been tempted to get the Mini Cooper. I have ordered a Lepin imperial warship from Ali and interested to compare the quality. The Mini Cooper from Lepin is £32.30 delivered for anyone considering.


I ordered the Lepin Mini on Saturday. I’m intrigued to find out if it’s a decent quality compared to Lego.

polarbear2 h, 21 m ago

We have them all, F40 and Camper are favourites in our house...


Love the F40. Picked up the VW Camper on Friday in the 20% off Toysrus sale for £68 along with free minifigures and a £10 gift card. Can’t wait for Christmas Day for my boy to get building it.

flintymutt20 m ago

I ordered the Lepin Mini on Saturday. I’m intrigued to find out if it’s a d …I ordered the Lepin Mini on Saturday. I’m intrigued to find out if it’s a decent quality compared to Lego.


LEPIN ?!?!

Wash your mouth out

TabbyBoy5 m ago

LEPIN ?!?!Wash your mouth out


What rather than having Lego rinse your wallet out.

cjdean19832 h, 56 m ago

Been tempted to get the Mini Cooper. I have ordered a Lepin imperial …Been tempted to get the Mini Cooper. I have ordered a Lepin imperial warship from Ali and interested to compare the quality. The Mini Cooper from Lepin is £32.30 delivered for anyone considering.


Lepin stuff is ok, although it's not got quite the same finish on it, great if your only using it as a display piece

flintymutt55 m ago

I ordered the Lepin Mini on Saturday. I’m intrigued to find out if it’s a d …I ordered the Lepin Mini on Saturday. I’m intrigued to find out if it’s a decent quality compared to Lego.


I'd never heard of Lepin until just now. I've just had a look at their site; what a shameful, parasitic company. They create nothing new and just leach off the efforts of others. I hope the sets you have both ordered are badly made, have missing parts or better still get lost in the post.

Oneday7736 m ago

What rather than having Lego rinse your wallet out.


There's a lack of intelligence in that comment.

Lepin can charge less than Lego because they are illegal copies, haven't had to spend money on research, design or marketing, or have had to pay copyright to Ferrari or had to pay any sort of tax. If you don't do any of those things, or have safety / quality standards, then of course you can change less than a legitimate business.

People who buy Lepin tend to because the want a rare set that is out of print, or just don't want to pay for the real thing.

markinoxon22 m ago

I'd never heard of Lepin until just now. I've just had a look at their …I'd never heard of Lepin until just now. I've just had a look at their site; what a shameful, parasitic company. They create nothing new and just leach off the efforts of others. I hope the sets you have both ordered are badly made, have missing parts or better still get lost in the post.


I’ll put this comment down to PMT 😘

jamesbeer75231 m ago

Lepin stuff is ok, although it's not got quite the same finish on it, …Lepin stuff is ok, although it's not got quite the same finish on it, great if your only using it as a display piece


Which indeed we are. I bought out of curiosity and the fact I’ve already taken a mortgage out of various Lego sets for Christmas.

Andrew29920 h, 3 m ago

There's a lack of intelligence in that comment.Lepin can charge less than …There's a lack of intelligence in that comment.Lepin can charge less than Lego because they are illegal copies, haven't had to spend money on research, design or marketing, or have had to pay copyright to Ferrari or had to pay any sort of tax. If you don't do any of those things, or have safety / quality standards, then of course you can change less than a legitimate business.People who buy Lepin tend to because the want a rare set that is out of print, or just don't want to pay for the real thing.


You’re right, I forgot a comma.

I’ve never bought anything other than Lego other than maybe some Megablocks for my son due to maybe a minions theme.
I’m also very much aware of licensing, tax, intellectual property rights, etc.

My comment was flippant but a true too. Unfortunately you didn’t see it as such.

However there is some grounding to Lego over charging. They boosted all prices post Brexit. Also with the regular deals you can get on many sets, not so much the expert builder, mind storms or USC models. The regular deals highlight there is lots of room in the profit structure.

Why do you think Lego push Ninjago, Friends etc. More profit as there are no licensing fees.
Edited by: "Oneday77" 21st Nov

markinoxon4 h, 20 m ago

I'd never heard of Lepin until just now. I've just had a look at their …I'd never heard of Lepin until just now. I've just had a look at their site; what a shameful, parasitic company. They create nothing new and just leach off the efforts of others. I hope the sets you have both ordered are badly made, have missing parts or better still get lost in the post.


Don't believe that Lego are totally innocent - they stole the brick design from Kiddicraft, a British company, after Hilary Fisher Page (also known as Harry) had patented it:

todayifoundout.com/ind…ks/

My son got the Ferrari and the Caterham last Christmas. He's 9 and managed them no problem and they are still in one piece on display in his room. Both are well worth the money. We have the camper and the Technic Porsche this year. I'd be interested in hearing about how the people buying the Chinese knock off sets get on. We have the Death Star on the wish list but I'm not spending stupid money on it.

I think Hamleys (on a deal posted elsewhere) had 20% offf some of these sets - not sure if that deal is still live though.

Haven't had Lego since the 90s so noob question. Is the F40 like Lego technic or just a solid block build without moving parts?

quantum7711 m ago

Haven't had Lego since the 90s so noob question. Is the F40 like Lego …Haven't had Lego since the 90s so noob question. Is the F40 like Lego technic or just a solid block build without moving parts?



It does have parts that can move, such as the doors and boot, but they aren't designed to move like the Technic models do. If you check the images on the page, you can see the back of the box in one, and it shows you most of it. It's designed more as a model than a toy.

Not bad

merlinthehappypig11 h, 41 m ago

Bear in mind if you click and collect at JL you have a week to collect. …Bear in mind if you click and collect at JL you have a week to collect. That gets you this price - if Lego do a better deal on Black Friday you can simply return the JL purchase for a refund.


Just like to add that if you are returning the item after you pick it up, you need to return it at any till in store, not at the click and collect as they rarely have the cash inside the till to provide the refund (most purchases at C&C are usually 5p carrier bags).

Or you could just leave it at Click and Collect and not pick it up after 7 days, when it gets shipped back to the distribution centre and you get a full refund.
Edited by: "hass123" 20th Nov

Quietus2 h, 30 m ago

It does have parts that can move, such as the doors and boot, but they …It does have parts that can move, such as the doors and boot, but they aren't designed to move like the Technic models do. If you check the images on the page, you can see the back of the box in one, and it shows you most of it. It's designed more as a model than a toy.


Thanks for the info. I take it a technic style version would be double the price?

shoe*gal14 h, 18 m ago

My son got the Ferrari and the Caterham last Christmas. He's 9 and managed …My son got the Ferrari and the Caterham last Christmas. He's 9 and managed them no problem and they are still in one piece on display in his room. Both are well worth the money. We have the camper and the Technic Porsche this year. I'd be interested in hearing about how the people buying the Chinese knock off sets get on. We have the Death Star on the wish list but I'm not spending stupid money on it.



I've had a the UCS tie interceptor, poes x-wing, a-wing/tie double set, millennium falcon and am currently building the UCS red 5 x-wing, so far I've only had 1 set with a missing piece which is the red 5 x-wing missing a 3x2 white slope bit, cost me 50p to get a new one from ebay. All have been pretty good quality, occasionally get a slightly loose fitting brick but for the savings in price I can't complain

quantum7721 h, 19 m ago

Thanks for the info. I take it a technic style version would be double the …Thanks for the info. I take it a technic style version would be double the price?



Yeah (and then some). Set 8653, if you want to take a look.

Quietus2 h, 7 m ago

Yeah (and then some). Set 8653, if you want to take a look.

Yowza! I remember seeing a similar car in a Lego book in the 80s... Probably £50 back then
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