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LEGO 10257 Carousel $209.99 Delivered, 21315 Pop-up Book $76.99 (+ Delivery) @ LEGO.com

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Last day of black friday/cyber monday deals. 30% off RRP. Also Porsche 911 RSR and a Friends Pier set:

https://www.lego.com/en-au/product/carousel-10257 $209.99 (free shipping)
https://www.lego.com/en-au/product/pop-up-book-21315 $76.99 (+ delivery)
https://www.lego.com/en-au/product/porsche-911-rsr-42096 $174.99 (free shipping)
https://www.lego.com/en-au/product/heartlake-city-amusement-... $139.99 (+ delivery)

Free delivery on orders $149 and over

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This is part of Black Friday / Cyber Monday deals for 2019

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  • +2 votes

    No disney castle. damn!

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      Imagine what they will be worth once retired…

  • +2 votes

    Should give upvote as this set is sold out almost everywhere. Hardly to get one below$250 at this stage. Thought was retired as both lego shop in Chadstone and Doncaster were sold out before Black Friday (however now back in stock). That’s the last chance to get this set before retirement with decent price.

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      I presume you mean the carousel. It's a good price too. Lowest I'd seen it was $204 (myer ebay) excluding any discount from giftcards

  • +1 vote

    This really annoys me.. the pop up book is out of stock. 55 minutes into the sale. What a joke.

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    The friends pier set is 50% off at Amazon now: https://www.amazon.com.au/LEGO-Heartlake-Amusement-41375-Bui...

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    Damn, just ordered 10257 from just bricks at $268 in the morning. is there any way to cancel the order for free? It says 20% cost to cancel!

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      This is always the way - you buy the best Lego deal and then the next day there is a better deal!

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      On-sell it if need be

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    What are the chances the Batmobile will ever go on sale?

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      Maybe when it comes to retail

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      It just came out. Give it at least a few months.

      While it's not outside the realm of possibility for high piece-count, flagship sets to be discounted for the holiday season when they've just been released (the Technic Rough Terrain Crane came out in August 2018 and was on sale for a ridiculously low $250 at Target the following Christmas; it's RRP was around $450), it's the exception to the rule.