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BrickHeadz
LEGO BrickHeadz Valentine's Bee 40270 Building Kit (140 Piece) $7.87 [21% off] Dropped 1% on Sep 16 4:36 AM

City
LEGO City Curve and Crossroad 60237 Building Kit (2 Piece) $11.99 [20% off] Dropped 6% on Sep 15 9:05 AM

Creator
LEGO Creator Pirate Roller Coaster 31084 Building Kit (923 Piece... $55.99 [38% off] Dropped 18% on Sep 16 4:01 PM
LEGO Creator Modular Sweet Surprises 31077 Building Kit (396 Pie... $28.49 [29% off] Dropped 5% on Sep 16 6:30 AM

Disney
LEGO Disney Princess Ariel's Royal Celebration Boat 41153 Buildi... $32.99 [34% off] Dropped 13% on Sep 16 5:31 PM

Friends
LEGO Friends Friendship Box 41346 Building Kit (563 Piece), Mult... $27.59 [45% off] Dropped 29% on Sep 15 2:30 AM
LEGO Friends Snow Resort Ski Lift 41324 Building Kit (585 Piece) $57.95 [22% off] Dropped 22% on Sep 16 3:01 PM

Ideas
LEGO Ideas 21315 Pop-up Book Building Kit , New 2019 (859 Piece) $54.99 [21% off] Dropped 2% on Sep 16 5:31 AM

Juniors
LEGO Juniors Pteranodon Escape 10756 Building Kit 84 pieces $15.11 [24% off] Dropped 5% on Sep 14 4:05 PM

Jurassic World
LEGO Jurassic World T. Rex Transport 75933 Building Kit (609 Pie... $47.99 [31% off] Dropped 12% on Sep 15 3:01 PM

Ninjago
LEGO Ninjago Boys' Little Ninjago Masters of Spinjitzu, Gray, 7 $12.88 [46% off] Dropped 10% on Sep 16 3:35 AM
LEGO Ninjago Boys' Little Ninjago Masters of Spinjitzu, Blue, 4 $13.19 [45% off] Dropped 10% on Sep 16 3:05 AM
LEGO Ninjago Boy's Little Ninjago Masters of Spinjitzu Shirt, Gr... $13.32 [44% off] Dropped 10% on Sep 16 3:05 AM

Unikitty
LEGO Unikitty Unikitty Bundle_2018 Building Kit (227 Piece), Mul... $12.82 [36% off] Dropped 2% on Sep 16 12:05 PM

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TRU is offering bonus rewards on LEGO.  2x rewards for non CC and 3x for CC purchases. 

*Offer valid for Rewards''R''Us Members only. Membership number must be presented at time of purchase. Bonus points eligible for LEGO products only through 2/20/16. Cannot be combined with “R”Us Credit Card account opening discount or Special Financing promotion. Visit Toysrus.com/myrewards for full program terms.

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3 minutes ago, Kenxxx said:

I was a member last year, planned on not renewing, then as my membership was about to expire in December, they offered $25 renewal with... I don't know...20% off that day's purchase + $60 in coupons, etc? So I renewed.  The coupons came via email and were your basic 20% off purchase, free latte, etc.  I saved the email and think I've been able to reuse some of the coupons.  Every month (sometimes twice) they send a new email with an additional $5 off $25, or $10 off $50 coupon. This weekend they're running 10% off for everyone... 20% off for members, with coupon.  Still with their prices, it's hard to make a deal most of the time... but I pick up most of my Architecture there (I don't have a B&N near by).

20% off coupon?  Do you print it online?  Will it work in-store?

I do see where it says this will not work in retail stores and this promotion excludes "LEGO products".

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13 minutes ago, Kenxxx said:

I was a member last year, planned on not renewing, then as my membership was about to expire in December, they offered $25 renewal with... I don't know...20% off that day's purchase + $60 in coupons, etc? So I renewed.  The coupons came via email and were your basic 20% off purchase, free latte, etc.  I saved the email and think I've been able to reuse some of the coupons.  Every month (sometimes twice) they send a new email with an additional $5 off $25, or $10 off $50 coupon. This weekend they're running 10% off for everyone... 20% off for members, with coupon.  Still with their prices, it's hard to make a deal most of the time... but I pick up most of my Architecture there (I don't have a B&N near by).

Thanks for the info - were the coupons Good on LEGO/Arch, or was LEGO excluded?

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1 hour ago, Bold-Arrow said:

I sent you my pic in private .. Smh 

my imagination is running wild.......must .....resist ....urge.......... to google this ....at work.......

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6 minutes ago, Achilles said:

Thanks for the info - were the coupons Good on LEGO/Arch, or was LEGO excluded?

Excluded online and no coupon in-store, from what I can tell.

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5 minutes ago, Achilles said:

Thanks for the info - were the coupons Good on LEGO/Arch, or was LEGO excluded?

Like B&N, Lego toys are excluded for online orders, but architecture works. In-store, I have had no problems using coupons on Lego toys, though they are excluded in the fine print.

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Not sure if this works for everyone (somewhere I saw "for new customers" flash by) but I found this on yoyo.com:

20% off 3+ select LEGO & DUPLO

Offer expires 2/29/2016

To redeem, add three (3) or more select LEGO or DUPLO items (as marked) to cart and enter code LOVELEGO at checkout. Max discount $50.

Works on 60052 Cargo Train, so add 3 of those to your cart and you'll get them for $118 each plus tax. *EDIT* Forgot about the $50 max discount ... so ignore this total - comes out to $140 after tax instead.

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Your Shop Your Way Choice Benefits should be available for this quarter.  Don't get suckered into the $15 back on $40 or $20 back on $50.  You should probably have a 100% back on $50 purchase (one item) selection.  I usually pick this, unless I choose one of the other products/incentives.  They have some good deals on luggage, 75% back in points on a lawnmower, 75% back on a storage shed, Craftsman stuff, etc.

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30 minutes ago, hippielego said:

STill not bad.  35 percent off retail.

Actually, if you order one, and add some other items (e.g. something really small like 31027)x2, you get the 60052 for $118 plus tax.

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TRU is offering bonus rewards on LEGO.  2x rewards for non CC and 3x for CC purchases. 

*Offer valid for Rewards''R''Us Members only. Membership number must be presented at time of purchase. Bonus points eligible for LEGO products only through 2/20/16. Cannot be combined with “R”Us Credit Card account opening discount or Special Financing promotion. Visit Toysrus.com/myrewards for full program terms.

I cannot find any details about this online, re: is it targeted, online purchases only, in store, etc.

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1 minute ago, rebuild said:

I cannot find any details about this online, re: is it targeted, online purchases only, in store, etc.

It's right on the TRU main page, one of the scrolling banner ads

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2 hours ago, exciter1 said:

20% off coupon?  Do you print it online?  Will it work in-store?

I do see where it says this will not work in retail stores and this promotion excludes "LEGO products".

This weekend's in-store coupon can be printed here: http://promo.booksamillion.com/save/coupons/isc_160211_prezday.html?&utm_source=prezday1%2002/12&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=prezday1%2002/12/2016&utm_content=header&ad=AD021116&smrtrctid=102800838

Yes, it says it excludes Lego, but I just used it, here... (first 2 items are not Lego. They are my wife's Valentine's Day gift... we've been married a while... ;)  )

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21 minutes ago, Kenxxx said:

This weekend's in-store coupon can be printed here: http://promo.booksamillion.com/save/coupons/isc_160211_prezday.html?&utm_source=prezday1%2002/12&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=prezday1%2002/12/2016&utm_content=header&ad=AD021116&smrtrctid=102800838

Yes, it says it excludes Lego, but I just used it, here... (first 2 items are not Lego. They are my wife's Valentine's Day gift... we've been married a while... ;)  )

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My wife and I don't do the Corporation Holidays..... We only do Christmas and Easter because of our Christianity. No Valentines day....no sweetest day.....These were invented by women.

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21 minutes ago, Fleck said:

My wife and I don't do the Corporation Holidays..... We only do Christmas and Easter because of our Christianity. No Valentines day....no sweetest day.....These were invented by women.

Is this for real?

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My wife and I don't do the Corporation Holidays..... We only do Christmas and Easter because of our Christianity. No Valentines day....no sweetest day.....These were invented by women.

So, do you just ask them to honor the 20% off, or is there a coupon that needs to be presented in-store?

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2 minutes ago, iahawks550 said:

I like his wife.

Lol... That is one of the many reasons I married her =)

Just now, Fleck said:

Lol... That is one of the many reasons I married her =)

And she is into the Lego addiction with me =)

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50 minutes ago, Kenxxx said:

This weekend's in-store coupon can be printed here: http://promo.booksamillion.com/save/coupons/isc_160211_prezday.html?&utm_source=prezday1%2002/12&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=prezday1%2002/12/2016&utm_content=header&ad=AD021116&smrtrctid=102800838

Yes, it says it excludes Lego, but I just used it, here... (first 2 items are not Lego. They are my wife's Valentine's Day gift... we've been married a while... ;)  )

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Does anyone know the actual reason why so many resellers frequently exclude LEGO products from their coupons? It seems like in the past two years I've seen that from B&N, BAM, TRU, Target + others I'm forgetting.

1. Are the wholesale margins significantly lower on LEGO vs other toys?

2. Too many resellers abusing the coupons?

3. The products sell well enough on their own without the benefit of blanket coupon discounts?

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