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LEGO Harry Potter Hogwarts Express £60 at B&M (Bbognor, Liverpool and Manchester)
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LEGO Harry Potter Hogwarts Express £60 at B&M (Bbognor, Liverpool and Manchester)

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Posted 28th Oct
LEGO Harry Potter Hogwarts Express.

Step aboard the iconic LEGO Harry Potter Hogwarts Express train from King’s Cross Station, featuring a railway bridge with a clock and steps leading to Platform 9¾™, moving brick wall entrance, ‘Wanted’ poster and Daily Prophet newspapers, plus a train toy and carriage with 4 seats and removable side panel and roof.

Includes 5 minifigures: Harry Potter, Ron Weasley, Hermione Granger, Remus Lupin and the Trolley Witch, plus Dementor and Scabbers figures.

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For ages 8 years and over. Not suitable for children under 3 years old. Adult supervision at all times.

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15 Comments
Cheaper on amazon
ickle_Dave28/10/2019 17:38

https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B07BLG43H2


That's actually a decent price too! Worth paying if you want the set now
£54 with free prime delivery on Amazon.
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Feel this set could of been so much better had it of been motorised
Thanks
Xtranathor28/10/2019 17:44

That's actually a decent price too! Worth paying if you want the set now


What do you mean? It's cheaper.
sammy_zammy28/10/2019 22:56

What do you mean? It's cheaper.


Yes, but cheaper doesn't necessarily mean you should buy it. My point is that not only was it shown that the set was cheaper elsewhere, but that the price is also a good discount
jessica4128/10/2019 18:45

Feel this set could of been so much better had it of been motorised


That’s what the electric functions are for, costs about £20
jessica4128/10/2019 18:45

Feel this set could of been so much better had it of been motorised


Or able to be motorised without modification
Xtranathor28/10/2019 23:35

Yes, but cheaper doesn't necessarily mean you should buy it. My point is …Yes, but cheaper doesn't necessarily mean you should buy it. My point is that not only was it shown that the set was cheaper elsewhere, but that the price is also a good discount


Think we were talking cross purposes

I thought: “Amazon is a good price as well, especially if you want the set right now”

But you meant “that’s a reasonable price whereas this deal isn’t so much, and so it’s now worth the price”

Am i Right now?
Edited by: "sammy_zammy" 28th Oct
sammy_zammy28/10/2019 23:41

Think we were talking cross purposes I thought: “Amazon is a g …Think we were talking cross purposes I thought: “Amazon is a good price as well, especially if you want the set right now”But you meant “that’s a reasonable price whereas this deal isn’t so much, and so it’s now worth the price”Am i Right now?


Ha, I don't quite follow, but I'll clarify myself.

This deal is £60 but it's beaten by Amazon at £54 (now £50 iirc) - great, the price is beaten by a good way.

£54 is not the best discount the set has seen, but if you want to order the set today, I'd pay the £54 rather than wait out for the £50 mark (usual "best" discount).

Better?
Xtranathor28/10/2019 23:45

Ha, I don't quite follow, but I'll clarify myself.This deal is £60 but …Ha, I don't quite follow, but I'll clarify myself.This deal is £60 but it's beaten by Amazon at £54 (now £50 iirc) - great, the price is beaten by a good way.£54 is not the best discount the set has seen, but if you want to order the set today, I'd pay the £54 rather than wait out for the £50 mark (usual "best" discount).Better?


Yeah that’s what I was meaning I think
Xtranathor28/10/2019 23:35

Or able to be motorised without modification


Exactly!!! My 6 year old could easily build this but there’s no way he’d be able to modify it- just think it would be so much better if it went around a track
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