Legos have been around for a long time. Almost everyone has played with Lego sets at some point in their lives. Whether you loved them as a kid, have helped a sibling put a set together, or stepped on a loose block in a dark hallway, you know that Legos are a part of many households. If you’re looking for a chance to buy some, there are still some Lego deals you can check out even though Prime Day 2020 is over.
Today’s best Lego deals
- LEGO City Advent Calendar 60268 Playset — $20, was $30
- LEGO Marvel Avengers War Machine Buster 76124 — $25, was $28
- LEGO Star Wars AT-ST Raider — $40, was $50
- LEGO San Francisco Skyline — $46, was $50
- LEGO Flintstones' House — $52, was $60
- LEGO Minecraft The Illager Raid 21160 — $53, was $60
- LEGO City Fire Station — $56, was $70
- LEGO Architecture Statue of Liberty 21042 Building Kit — $96, was $120
Should I shop on Prime Day or wait until Black Friday?
Prime Day is scheduled only a month before Black Friday this year. This means that if popular Lego products like DC- or Marvel-themed ones sell out, they won’t see a restock in time for Black Friday or Cyber Monday. If you are looking to gift your young one a new Lego set, waiting to shop until Black Friday might also be risky. Since Black Friday sales aren’t exclusive to Prime members, there’s a strong possibility that anything you purchase by then might not be delivered in time for Christmas. We also don’t anticipate Lego products seeing a bigger discount on Black Friday, so don’t let that hold you back from starting your holiday shopping early this year. Take advantage of these Prime Day Lego deals now and keep your child entertained for hours on end come Christmas.
Are any Prime Day Lego deals too good to be true?
Lego products are going to see major discounts on Prime Day. That said, always make sure you’re buying your new building blocks from Lego itself. There’s a couple of off-brand knockoffs of Lego on Amazon and you might be enticed to purchase them due to their low price. These knockoffs are usually low quality and not worth the investment — even if they are cheaper than Lego products. If you do see a really large discount on a knockoff, it’s probably too good to be true. Stick to official Lego products this Prime Day to avoid any disappointment.
How to choose a new Lego set
There aren’t really any specific rules when it comes to choosing a Lego set. There are hundreds of sets out there— so when browsing Prime Day Lego deals, check out whatever looks interesting to you. One of the coolest things about Legos is that they have collections for all ages and interests. Small children can start with Lego Classic Duplo sets that feature large blocks and are often educational in that they teach numbers, letters, shapes, animals, and more. Older kids that enjoy building will love Lego robotic sets. Some Lego sets for adults will have 1,000+ pieces. If you’re more of a car enthusiast, there are car model Lego sets available. When shopping for Legos, be sure that the set you buy is age-appropriate for the person you are buying it for. Make sure the set doesn’t contain small pieces a young child could choke on. Also, make sure the set isn’t too complicated for the age range you are buying for.
Older kids will enjoy the sets that feature characters and scenes from their favorite movies and TV shows. These sets are a bit more involved than the sets for small children and are sure to keep your kids entertained for hours. But not only kids enjoy Legos. Sets such as Lego Ideas, Lego Creator, and Lego Architecture are advanced enough for ages 14 and up, but are often appreciated, and proudly displayed, by adults. A fun date night or game night with friends can be putting together a Lego set. No matter your age or interests, you are sure to find a Lego deal that suits you.
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