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LEGO Jurassic World Jurassic Park T-Rex Rampage (75936) $299 Delivered @ Target

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Just saw this and picked one up. It's exclusive to Target and cheapest it's been I believe

I signed up to the newsletter and got $10 off, making this a steal at $289 delivered.

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  • +1 vote

    How much is it normally?

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    Thanks OP. Been on the lookout for ages, great price.

  • +2 votes

    For that price you'd think they could have included the car as well!

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    I didn't know I need this until now. Is there a version with the car too?

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    Not a lego guy, but genuine questions

    1. How long would something like this take to put together?
    2. What do you do with it after you finish?
    3. Does it shit you when your kids lose lego pieces and then they can't play with the toy anymore because some random piece isn't available?
    • +4 votes

      In my experience:

      1. I saw an interview of Daniel Radcliffe on the "The Late Show" the other day. He has this set, though his girlfriend did most of the building. I think he said it only took a couple of days.
      2. You have it sit there and dust it off every once in a while. I never have the heart to take apart my lego sets. It's nice to admire though.
      3. Make them look for it. It normally can't go far.

      Sorry, not very helpful.

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      How long would something like this take to put together?

      Depends on your pace. But I normally plan things out first. For big sets, I started earlier in the day and try to finish within the same day. The longer you left the parts outside, the higher chance you lose a few.

      What do you do with it after you finish?

      When I was a kid, I built my sets, played with them for a few days and then took them apart and started again. Some sets have different configurations so that you can replay. Sometimes I also tried to be creative and changed the structure..
      When I got older, I built a set and put it on display. That's about it..

      Does it shit you when your kids lose lego pieces and then they can't play with the toy anymore because some random piece isn't available?

      Yes it does. So whenever my niece is over, I pay extra attention to safe guard my toy collections >.<

    • +3 votes

      How long would something like this take to put together?

      As a "Lego guy", my rule of thumb is: 1 day per 1,000 pieces.

      This is not a literal calculation, as in a 1,000 piece set takes exactly 24 hours to build assuming a constant rate of assembly; it just means that roughly-speaking if you open up a 1,000 piece Lego set on a weekend, you can get it done in a typical Saturday or Sunday, whilst also factoring in all of the other things you might be doing in that day and the fact that you might wonder off half-way through, get distracted and come back later.

      This rule assumes a fairly leisurely pace of construction, where you're taking your time to make sure the instructions are being followed correctly and in general, having a child-like sense of fun about it (instead of doing a "speed-build" like some Lego channels on YouTube do where the goal is to slap everything together as quickly as possible).

      So this set being in excess of 3,000 pieces will likely take a leisurely builder around 3 days to finish on average, assuming several hours of building is done each day.

  • +3 votes

    I want this. Should not be throwing money away though.

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    That's the fastest I've ever clicked upvote and purchased an item.

    Awesome stuff op, thanks.

  • +1 vote

    Thanks, also had the 15x flybuy points too with 3% back on Shopback making this less than $250

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    damn you OP! also don't forget to signup to newsletter for $10 off!

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    done. purchased.
    thank you

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    Thanks heaps. Purchased and with 3.00% from Shopback.

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    Legend - thanks! Been waiting on a decent price for this. It looks great

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    Still hasn't arrived :(

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