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#175770 11-Jul-2015 09:59
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Disclosure - I work at the Warehouse

All clearance Lego is 50% off at The Warehouse, not sure how long for.
Some of the clearance lines are from Star Wars, Chima and TMNT.

Some examples...
Star Wars AT-AP RRP $129.99, bought this for $47.49
Ninjago Nindroid Mechdragon RRP $149.99, bought this for $40
Star Wars B-Wing RRP $109.99, bought this for $39.99

Around Christchurch I saw other Lego Star Wars products and quite a few Ninja Turtles ones too (eg Turtle Lair Invasion).
Keep a lookout in your local store for older looking Lego as well - you might get lucky and find an old piece.


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  #1341031 11-Jul-2015 10:13
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any codes for free delivery?




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  #1341034 11-Jul-2015 10:22
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looking online, sounds like you paid the "savings" instead of the "price after savings"":)




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  #1341036 11-Jul-2015 10:25
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Well nothing really in albany warehouse :(

Only had the 50% off on 1 set which i already had

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  #1341037 11-Jul-2015 10:28
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  #1341041 11-Jul-2015 10:34
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This should be posted on 'Children Toy' section or 'under 12s'.

;-)





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  #1341042 11-Jul-2015 10:36
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nakedmolerat: This should be posted on 'Children Toy' section or 'under 12s'.

;-)


How rude :P

It did take me 3 days to make this however

https://www.toyco.co.nz/toys/construction-and-blocks/lego/lego-limited-distribution/lego-marvel-super-heroes-76042-the-shield-helicarrier-5702015357272

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  #1341045 11-Jul-2015 10:56
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Thank you to the OP. Got some stuff for my son, and also a as a super bonus found out a family member was selling the entire castles lego set which cost them over $900 which I got for $200. Few thousand pieces as I understand it.

 
 
 
 


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  #1341050 11-Jul-2015 11:06
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mrtoken:
nakedmolerat: This should be posted on 'Children Toy' section or 'under 12s'.

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How rude :P

It did take me 3 days to make this however

https://www.toyco.co.nz/toys/construction-and-blocks/lego/lego-limited-distribution/lego-marvel-super-heroes-76042-the-shield-helicarrier-5702015357272


That's mean! If it was me, I won't be able to sleep until it's done!





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  #1341075 11-Jul-2015 11:28
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nakedmolerat:
mrtoken:
nakedmolerat: This should be posted on 'Children Toy' section or 'under 12s'.

;-)


How rude :P

It did take me 3 days to make this however

https://www.toyco.co.nz/toys/construction-and-blocks/lego/lego-limited-distribution/lego-marvel-super-heroes-76042-the-shield-helicarrier-5702015357272


That's mean! If it was me, I won't be able to sleep until it's done!


I know this feeling. The technic lego "gift" I got one xmas just about killed me. I did spend an hour or so just admiring the mechanical elegance of the diff though.

As an aside, this was the first technic I'd had in a while. I really didn't like the "sideways" construction. It makes it almost impossible to build your own stuff with it (at least it did for me).



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  #1341077 11-Jul-2015 11:36
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Also to those in Christchurch, the Brick Show is on right now at the Horncastle Arena, only $5 entry. Some great displays, my two favorites being the Legoracle fortune teller, and the massive pirate ship display.

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  #1341081 11-Jul-2015 11:49
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nakedmolerat:
mrtoken:
nakedmolerat: This should be posted on 'Children Toy' section or 'under 12s'.

;-)


How rude :P

It did take me 3 days to make this however

https://www.toyco.co.nz/toys/construction-and-blocks/lego/lego-limited-distribution/lego-marvel-super-heroes-76042-the-shield-helicarrier-5702015357272


That's mean! If it was me, I won't be able to sleep until it's done!


I can only stand about 3 hours at a time before I need to take a break.

Only got it because I had left over money from my holiday :)

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  #1341112 11-Jul-2015 13:39
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I just picked up the Lego Star Wars Mos Eisley Cantina from The Warehouse under this special for $54, normal retail is $150.

There are B-Wing, Droid Ship and Mos Eisley Cantina at Warehouse Northlands (Christchurch) if anyone is looking.


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  #1341168 11-Jul-2015 16:20
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lurker: Also to those in Christchurch, the Brick Show is on right now at the Horncastle Arena, only $5 entry. Some great displays, my two favorites being the Legoracle fortune teller, and the massive pirate ship display.


And the star ways guys too right? ;) (disclaimer.. I am one lol)

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  #1341177 11-Jul-2015 16:29
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Dammit, I already bought a couple of B-Wings when they were down to $70 :/ ah well. Shame it's not the big set.



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  #1341178 11-Jul-2015 16:30
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Oblivian:
lurker: Also to those in Christchurch, the Brick Show is on right now at the Horncastle Arena, only $5 entry. Some great displays, my two favorites being the Legoracle fortune teller, and the massive pirate ship display.


And the star ways guys too right? ;) (disclaimer.. I am one lol)


You mean the Lego displays or the guys in uniform? I saw a couple of stormtroopers and Boba Fett around the area, my kids always like to see those at various events.

Also voted for one of the Star Wars builds, a battle scene someone had set up. I'm trying to convince my kids to do something similar next year.
Our collection is very mixed up but I think we have enough of some sets to do a display of some sort.


I just found a Youtube video by the creators of the Legoracle:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BUFB1unlSjg












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