Lego Ninjago Movie Destiny's Bounty 70618 £67.50 @ Toys R Us
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Lego Ninjago Movie Destiny's Bounty 70618 £67.50 @ Toys R Us

£67.50£74.9910%Toys R Us Deals
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LocalFound 2nd Mar
As part of the closing down sale at Toys R Us Lego is reduced by 10% on top of existing prices and reductions. This brings Destiny's Boonty down to £67.50, one of the cheapest prices out there.

There are other offers but I'm not oing to post them individually:

Ice Tank (Toys r Us exclusive) £57.58 - £79.99 at Lego.
Green Ninja Mech £28.72
Garmadon, Garmadon, Garmadon £57.58
Lego Boost £117

Hanley festival Park also had a Parisian reataurant in stock for £128.69.

Toys R Us website is no longer working for purchases. The link is for reference only - this will be instore only.
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Think I’ll wait and chance a better offer...
I think Toys R Us is overpriced especially as it's gone into administration
Yep, everyone hold off. They have got to sell the stock. Price will drop.
All of these sets were cheaper at Toys R Us the other week when they had the £10 offer
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I'm sure the price will drop on the range but availability may be an issue by then. I wouldn't be buying any of the LEGO range that's RRP -10% but the listed sets are reasonable prices.

Indeed, when the £10 promotion was running this set was £79.99 so this is the cheapest this set has ever been as far as I can see.

Yes some were cheaper with the £10 promotion the other week but with the usual caveat of 'I don't own a time machine.'
Newspapers reporting that lego stock will be returned to lego. As soon as it gets towards cost price, Lego will accept it back. Lego dont want lots of cheap sets devaluing the brand, and the Administrators need to reduce the debt and they will get far more sending it back to lego than they would either selling below cost or as part of a stock clearance/bulk sale.
swoosh0075 m ago

Newspapers reporting that lego stock will be returned to lego. As soon as …Newspapers reporting that lego stock will be returned to lego. As soon as it gets towards cost price, Lego will accept it back. Lego dont want lots of cheap sets devaluing the brand, and the Administrators need to reduce the debt and they will get far more sending it back to lego than they would either selling below cost or as part of a stock clearance/bulk sale.


Cost price is roughly 50% at retailers I’ve worked at. So as long as they stay above half price, they’ll make more selling to the general public
blackkey198016 m ago

I'm sure the price will drop on the range but availability may be an issue …I'm sure the price will drop on the range but availability may be an issue by then. I wouldn't be buying any of the LEGO range that's RRP -10% but the listed sets are reasonable prices.Indeed, when the £10 promotion was running this set was £79.99 so this is the cheapest this set has ever been as far as I can see. Yes some were cheaper with the £10 promotion the other week but with the usual caveat of 'I don't own a time machine.'


It was £69.99 with the £10 code and regularly £74.99 at Amazon so if you live near a store and it's in stock it's a good price, but not worth a speculative trip
Edited by: "merlinthehappypig" 2nd Mar
Spoke to a store manager earlier from one of the stores that’s closing in 9 days as per pre admin schedule.

All stores set for immediate closure had their Lego relocated to stores that were planned to remain open before discounts started. They’re likely to sell through Lego stock in early rounds of discounts without it having to go anywhere near cost price.

From a few of the newspaper articles doing the rounds it sounds like journalists may be getting confused by two different strategies running side by side.
What ****** me off is that the stores that were first marked for closure had their Lego stock relocated to other stores. Now those stores are closing, THEY get the better offers. That's bullcrap.
Edited by moderator: "Edited out swearing" 2nd Mar
Lego buy back sets at cost, they don't let retailers discount too heavily as it devalues the brand. You'll never see the deals we're all hoping for sadly...
The old closing down sale and headless chickens have a lot in common , dont fire until you see the whites of their eyes guys.
Won't accept the £10 vouchers they gave my kids last week after they spent a small fortune in one of their stores .And people wonder why they are closing down.
Edited by: "malm" 3rd Mar
Returning to Lego company my ars£ Lego won't accept most of their returns because they have plastered them with toys r us security stickers. So think again Toys r us sneaky tricks dept how about honouring the £10 vouchers you gave my kids .
cactusjack866 h, 39 m ago

Lego buy back sets at cost, they don't let retailers discount too heavily …Lego buy back sets at cost, they don't let retailers discount too heavily as it devalues the brand. You'll never see the deals we're all hoping for sadly...


You are wrong
If Lego take back sets before they're discounted too much, why do sets regularly appear in supermarkets for well over 50% off?
I'd never give TRU a penny of my money no wonder how cheap the price. If we all avoid them, the price will drop a lot further. And... remember... you can get John Lewis to price match which I did this morning
While yes I agree that Toy's R Us is overpriced this is by a long way the best deal for this item. Got one yesterday from Gateshead and they still had 5 or 6 on shelf. All Ninjago sets are discounted before their 10% off is applied, but not on any Star Wars ones yet.
just finished building this loads of detail, really enjoyable build, really enjoyed it compared to a few star wars ones ive done recently. now ive sold it and looking for my next big build under £100
It's worth every goddamn penny.

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Just picked one up from the Uxbridge store in the Intu shopping centre. Still had 3 on the shelf at closing time.
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markandrewlincoln4th Mar

While yes I agree that Toy's R Us is overpriced this is by a long way the …While yes I agree that Toy's R Us is overpriced this is by a long way the best deal for this item. Got one yesterday from Gateshead and they still had 5 or 6 on shelf. All Ninjago sets are discounted before their 10% off is applied, but not on any Star Wars ones yet.


That's my sentiment/point exactly. I also caved at this price. My local branch had sold about 20 sets in the 10 days since I posted with only three left on the shelf.
Now £63.75, if there are any left!!
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