Lego Star Wars 75192 Millennium Falcon 2017 Edition UCS - £642.98 @ Amazon
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Lego Star Wars 75192 Millennium Falcon 2017 Edition UCS - £642.98 @ Amazon

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Posted 6th Nov
Lego Star Wars 75192 Millennium Falcon 2017 Edition UCS
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I did just mention this price in that other guys post!

But also said if you top your account up you get £6 credit to make it £636.98
It's an even better bargain!
...and I used to think that £250+ for a Lego Bugatti was a waste of money
Jimbob610906/11/2019 19:21

It's an even better bargain!


What happened to your deal? Did you remove it
Toon_army06/11/2019 19:25

What happened to your deal? Did you remove it


No it was taken off
Has had at least £100 knocked off in the past and this is nowhere close. Less than RRP but no deal
Edited by: "Xtranathor" 6th Nov
notoriouschucky06/11/2019 19:22

...and I used to think that £250+ for a Lego Bugatti was a waste of money


Cheaper than the real thing!
Xtranathor06/11/2019 19:27

Has had at least £100 knocked off in the past and this is nowhere close. …Has had at least £100 knocked off in the past and this is nowhere close. Less than RRP but no deal


I think that's the point
Smyth’s Toys has the best deal for this a couple of months ago - picked one up for £529, cheapest I have seen.
Black Friday might produce some deals - saw it down to £575 last year.
Xtranathor06/11/2019 19:27

Has had at least £100 knocked off in the past and this is nowhere close. …Has had at least £100 knocked off in the past and this is nowhere close. Less than RRP but no deal


Yup, several times now it's been down to £550 at Smyths, and even down as low as £519 (which was also price matched by Amazon). I wouldn't even consider anything above 600 as a deal.
Lego used to be a child's toy, you could buy it with your pocket money.... Now it's aimed at adult collectors who have a huge amount of spare income...
Hurry-up and buy it, Disney needs more of your money.
winter_zombie06/11/2019 20:23

Lego used to be a child's toy, you could buy it with your pocket money.... …Lego used to be a child's toy, you could buy it with your pocket money.... Now it's aimed at adult collectors who have a huge amount of spare income...


It's aimed at both....
winter_zombie06/11/2019 20:23

Lego used to be a child's toy, you could buy it with your pocket money.... …Lego used to be a child's toy, you could buy it with your pocket money.... Now it's aimed at adult collectors who have a huge amount of spare income...


I know some people have them as an investment.

One guy buys 2 lots of everything - one to build and the other to keep as an investment.
KCooperman06/11/2019 20:45

It's aimed at both....


If.you look at the adverts for these "toys", the dad is almost always in the background or helping their kids build these sets. Sometimes they even have trendy beards. Clever marketing if you ask me lol
Incredible savings
For that money you could buy a plastic printer, and make your own.
Jimbob610906/11/2019 19:53

I think that's the point


The point being that it's less than RRP? Given the margins that we're talking, it's not worth posting. Nothing against the OP; you live and learn. But generally speaking this item has enough history and a large enough price to say that it's not worth discussing anything above £600
winter_zombie06/11/2019 20:23

Lego used to be a child's toy, you could buy it with your pocket money.... …Lego used to be a child's toy, you could buy it with your pocket money.... Now it's aimed at adult collectors who have a huge amount of spare income...


There are more sets aimed at kids than adults. Lego are doing well to recognise that those kids grow up and still want Lego, but a little more sophisticated
Edited by: "Xtranathor" 6th Nov
Mine was almost 5 times cheaper but can collect same amount of dust.. Was a good deal!

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KudzoSt06/11/2019 22:32

Mine was almost 5 times cheaper but can collect same amount of dust.. Was …Mine was almost 5 times cheaper but can collect same amount of dust.. Was a good deal! [Image]


The one posted is considerably larger, i reckon it could collect more than double the dust of yours.
maprichard07/11/2019 12:20

The one posted is considerably larger, i reckon it could collect more than …The one posted is considerably larger, i reckon it could collect more than double the dust of yours.


Whoa! Time to update my dust collector!
Be patient, this way overpriced set is a poor seller and LEGO have made way too many. 410,500 units have been made so far and they're not selling very well. I'd wait until July 2020 when it's discontinued and you'll soon see them at 50% off RRP. Wholesale price for these is £334.58 +VAT and this will be dropping early next year.
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