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LEGO Technic 42056 Porsche 911 GT3 RS £156.74 @ John Lewis
LEGO Technic 42056 Porsche 911 GT3 RS £156.74 @ John Lewis

LEGO Technic 42056 Porsche 911 GT3 RS £156.74 @ John Lewis

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Cheapest price so far as Tesco deal is over now !

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heat added good spot op,almost £100 off seems a bit mad for such a huge set.

This looks like the new price , makes it more reasonable

still a touch overpriced, but I agree it's a lot more reasonable than the frankly ridiculous rrp.

heat

Good spot. Heat added:)

Getting a little tired of the 'no rhyme or reason' behind LEGO's exclusivity and pricing structure tho. I got one yesterday coz it was such a good price at Tesco. However I already had one when 20% off at Smyths which was a great discount at the time, but now not so much compared to this reduction. Only solace is that I didn't pay £250. Is it a case of 'it is what it is' or is there a way of knowing at what tim in a sets lifespan it will drop significantly? Guess in this case stock was high for Chrimbo but it hasn't shifted as quickly as they'd like??

Managed to pick this up at Tesco yesterday with an extra 1000 club card points and a £5 voucher! Heat for the current deal though:D

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scottz17

Managed to pick this up at Tesco yesterday with an extra 1000 club card … Managed to pick this up at Tesco yesterday with an extra 1000 club card points and a £5 voucher! Heat for the current deal though:D



Lucky you, the deal was up for very short time, whats with £5 voucher ?

Is this instore as well?

was probably high due to licensing

thus is a beauty & well worth £156

brilly

was probably high due to licensing



​Yeah, Lego always costs more for the amount of bricks if it's licenced whereas their in house designs don't have any royalties to pay. The F40 for example is ridiculously overpriced for what it is.
Edited by: "David23" 20th Dec 2016

Bought it! Great post. Thanks. Heat added

David23

​Yeah, Lego always costs more for the amount of bricks if it's licenced w … ​Yeah, Lego always costs more for the amount of bricks if it's licenced whereas their in house designs don't have any royalties to pay. The F40 for example is ridiculously overpriced for what it is.



​do you know of any current deals on the f40?
i am after one.
thanks.

still not started mine, unboxed and currently reading the booklet. It's an amazing set

http://i16.photobucket.com/albums/b36/zeffania/Mobile%20Uploads/IMG_20161219_210917_zpsynfqryjw.jpg
Edited by: "zeffania" 20th Dec 2016

Thanks for the post! Gutted I missed out on the Tesco deal but got this one instead!

Thanks OP. Missed the Tesco one so went for this.

Darn it, expired! Think I'll still bite at £174 with 25% John Lewis Staff discount, brings it down to £130!

Had been toying with the idea overnight, asked Flubit, came back with nothing this morning, now it's up in price! any codes or anything to get this a bit lower, 100% buying it sub £150!!!!

Managed to Flubit (Elite member) it earlier for £148.64 so its bought
Edited by: "Weazle" 21st Dec 2016

Weazle

Managed to Flubit (Elite member) it earlier for £148.64 so its bought



So am I! All I got was unfortunately you have found the best deal! The same on the now higher price too!

David23

​Yeah, Lego always costs more for the amount of bricks if it's licenced w … ​Yeah, Lego always costs more for the amount of bricks if it's licenced whereas their in house designs don't have any royalties to pay. The F40 for example is ridiculously overpriced for what it is.



​This isn't even technically refined either, the gearing is **** because they tried too hard with the paddle shifters, and the clicking whilst pushing, yuk. The suspension and steering are a step back too.

For the size, parts its okayish for this price, if you ignore the branding.

Up to £174.
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