Lego Star wars  Jabba's Sail Barge - 75020 £81 @Debenhams
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Lego Star wars Jabba's Sail Barge - 75020 £81 @Debenhams

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Found 9th Sep 2013
This is a recently released set. Priced at £90. Use code DD49 to take it down to £81. The next best price looks to be £95.

Free delivery or in-store collection. Also possible quidco.

Princess Leia and R2-D2 are secretly plotting their escape from Jabba's Sail Barge prison. Help them to sneak past the guards, Weequay and Ree-Yees, while Jabba the Hutt gets distracted by musician Max Rebo! Find a way to slip through the opening side windows of the floating Sail Barge, then get past its hidden pirate cannon, deck cannon and 2 flick missiles! This essential LEGO Star Wars set features wheels, fold-down sides, removable deck, jail, kitchen and Jabba's throne. Includes Jabba the Hutt, R2-D2 and 4 minifigures with weapons: Princess Leia in slave outfit, Max Rebo, Weequay and Ree-Yees.

8 Comments

Standby for all lego on Debenhams to appear here less 20%

First deal I've seen on this set, but I think it'll get better than 20% on this - I'd wait until I see the 33%-50% deals on this.

Bear in mind Lego prices increased by 20%-25% near the start of the year - if this set had been released in Dec12, it would only have been at a rrp of £80... hence why we are seeing much larger deals on Lego than previously from retailers, and they can discount down back to the price they would have sold them as and make it seem like a bargain.



worth it for the Lego Jabba alone, he's 10 X the size of an ordinary Lego Man

fweddy

worth it for the Lego Jabba alone, he's 10 X the size of an ordinary Lego … worth it for the Lego Jabba alone, he's 10 X the size of an ordinary Lego Man



Wanna buy my lego jabba for a bargain price of £60?

harmonial

Wanna buy my lego jabba for a bargain price of £60?



would the pedo-bear approve of that?

fweddy

would the pedo-bear approve of that?



he aproves anything to do with kids, so yes

garethsmith72

Standby for all lego on Debenhams to appear here less 20%


If it was £90, and is now £81, surely that is 10% off, not 20%?

dan5

If it was £90, and is now £81, surely that is 10% off, not 20%?



I think that's the reason for use of the word standby.
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