Lego High Speed Passenger Train 60051 just £51 Cargo train 60052 just £75 @ Asda
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Lego High Speed Passenger Train 60051 just £51 Cargo train 60052 just £75 @ Asda

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Red hot. There's some great deals on Asdas Lego tonight!

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jammiev1 m ago

Red hot. There's some great deals on Asdas Lego tonight!



Think someone has pushed the wrong button at Asda

Wow, bought, nice one
Need to work out how much returning the amazon one will be that arrived today!
Edited by: "David_k" 30th Nov

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I bought this at around £58 a few weeks back. Kept the power functions (and the red bike) for the Christmas train and sold the rest for around £50. Worth more in parts than £51
Edited by: "merlinthehappypig" 30th Nov

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David_k3 m ago

Wow, bought, nice one Need to work out how much returning the amazon …Wow, bought, nice one Need to work out how much returning the amazon one will be that arrived today!



It will be free if the box is damaged. Never had one yet from Amazon that wasn't

Amazing price, grab whilst you can.

Thanks OP, was on a look out for this as son wanted it for his Xmas. Ordered n have some heat.

Thanks op. Ordered

Thanks

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If you want some extra straight track, which you will as there are just 4 pieces in this set, Asda also have the 7499 track set for £11.97. Not an amazing discount, but has 8 straight pieces in it. 8 pieces will set you back £15 on Ebay and you get the flexible track too.
Edited by: "merlinthehappypig" 30th Nov

Oos now wow

Just ordered the cargo train absolute bargain at half price £75

Let’s hope Asda package Lego in boxes.... Not bags!

Not sure if it is too late to return the cargo train to tesco at 87 bought a month ago...but got one for 75 anyway as it seems you can sell them on amazon for well over 100 anyway.

Word of caution reselling sealed Lego; very common scam, especially on eBay, is to claim the set is missing pieces.
What then gets returned to you is an open, incomplete set, and you're left out of pocket two sets of postage costs.

eBay gives little protection against the obvious kind of fraud, the best you can do is video yourself weighing the sealed set.
Edited by: "TehJumpingJawa" 1st Dec

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TehJumpingJawa5 h, 54 m ago

Word of caution reselling sealed Lego; very common scam, especially on …Word of caution reselling sealed Lego; very common scam, especially on eBay, is to claim the set is missing pieces.What then gets returned to you is an open, incomplete set, and you're left out of pocket two sets of postage costs.eBay gives little protection against the obvious kind of fraud, the best you can do is video yourself weighing the sealed set.



Actually Ebay gives no protection at all in this sort of circumstance. If someone claims an item is not as described you are stuffed. Ebay/Paypal do no investigation at all and automatically side with the buyer. They could send an empty box back and there is nothing that you can do. I've been caught out once and won't ever sell anything pricey on Ebay again. Certainly not large sets of Lego. I don't mind selling odd bits here and there that I don't need, but if I ever had a larger set to sell it would be face to face via Gumtree or FB Marketplace. There are usually a number of local for sale groups on FB too. I only live in a small town, but we have 4 groups with up to 20000 members. Far better experience all round. Might take a little longer to sell, but no risk and no fees either

Asda any use at refunding difference in price? I bought this from them for £67 a couple of weeks ago.
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