Amazon Is Having a Cyber Monday Sale on Lego Sets
Some really great builds are 30 percent off.
Cyber Monday is upon us. And, while tech deals take top billing, there are plenty of discounts to be had on toys as well. In fact, Amazon has a big sale on a variety of Lego sets today, including a very cool Garmadon from The Lego Ninjago Movie and a recreation of Doctor Strange’s Sanctum Sanctorum from Infinity Wars. So, if you’re looking for a birthday or holiday gift for someone on your list, now’s a great time to strike. Take a look.
Lego Marvel Super Heroes Avengers: Infinity War Sanctum Sanctorum Showdown Building Kit
This 1,001 piece set, which tasks you with building a three-level New York City building including the Sanctum Sanctorum, a pizzeria, and Peter Parker’s apartment, enables you to take part in a variety of close quarter superhero antics without all of the crumbling and death and child-unfriendly cliff hangers. Normally $100, it’s on sale today for $65.
Lego Duplo Cargo Train
Know a train-obsessed toddler? Chances are you do and this 105-piece set, which enables little kids to construct a working train yard complete with cranes, birds, three mini figures, and smart blocks that signal to the battery operated cars, will satisfying not only their love of locomotion but also impart some STEM skills along the way. Normally $120, it’s on sale for $84 today.
The Lego Ninjago Movie Garmadon, Garmadon, Garmadon!
This 830-piece set comes with excellent minifigure recreations of Garmadon, Lloyd, Hammer Head, Frank, Nomis, and Nancy from the Ninjago movie. But all that really matters is that this set lets you create Garmadon’s massive shark mech, which features jaws that move with the pull of a trigger, leg-mounted canons, and a cockpit for Garmadon himself. The $80 set is on sale today for $55.
Lego Apollo Saturn V Rocket
Amazon selling their excellent Lego Ideas NASA Apollo Saturn V 21309 Building Kit for just $79, a savings of $41 —the best discount we’ve ever seen on the 1,969-piece set, which stands three feet tall.
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