Smyths Toys Is Selling Lego For Just 99p
Smyths Toys has got a right bargain on the go for Lego sets at the moment, having slashed the price down to just 99p.
The retailer is running low on stock both in store and online thanks to the price drop, so if you're after one, you need to act quick.
The deal was spotted by users of hotukdeals and apparently the sets have been discounted due to a clearance drive.
It's worth bearing in mind that online orders under £20 come with a standard delivery fee of up to £4.99 depending on what you buy.
The sale the toy shop includes the "Lego Dimensions Story Pack: Fantastic Beasts", which has been reduced down from £5.99.
If you go to eBay, it's £11.95, so this is a proper bargain.
You can also get hold of the "Lego Dimensions Level Pack: Mission Impossible" for 99p, down from £4.99.
On Lego's own website it's £7.50, or slightly cheaper for £6.20 on Amazon.
If you miss out on those, you can get various "Fun Packs" themed around The Lego Movie and The Simpsons for the same price, but they've only been reduced from £1.99.
Smyths Toys has more than 116 stores across the UK - find your nearest one on their store locator.
if you thought Lego was just for kids, then you're completely mistaken, I'm afraid.
When it comes to Lego tekkers, two German guys have absolutely smashed it. Legobuilder Rene Hoffmeister - one of only 12 certified LEGOmodel builders worldwide - created this full-size replica of a VW T2 Bulli camper van with his colleague Pascal Lenhard.
To be honest, it's nothing short of incredible. The pair spent six weeks straight completing the epic project, using an insane 400,000 Lego bricks.
There's also a toothbrush and toothpaste set in a washbag, as well as pictures hanging up on the motorhome's walls.
The Lego camper weighs a remarkable 1,543lbs, and even matches the dimensions of the iconc VW campervan, which was released between 1967 and 1971, and even includes the trademark Westfalia pop-up roof.
Measuring 197in long, 75in wide and 118 in tall, the creation smashed the world record for the largest Lego campervan ever constructed.
It's a bit more technical than the Dimensions kit, but you've got to start somewhere.
Featured Image Credit: Lego
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