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Some not so great deals from target : 
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Looks like microfighters are replacing the old price of battle packs and battle packs are replacing the price of the smaller sets.... but no larger builds... wonder how people are gonna react to these jumps in price? Possible that they may realize their mistake again and put them on "sale" to get the price back down to ~$.10 a piece

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Looks like microfighters are replacing the old price of battle packs and battle packs are replacing the price of the smaller sets.... but no larger builds... wonder how people are gonna react to these jumps in price? Possible that they may realize their mistake again and put them on "sale" to get the price back down to ~$.10 a piece

You're looking at prices in AUD, not USD. Hope you realized that.
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shopforme in Melbourne has some pretty good deals at times.  Not crazy cheap but it's pretty hard to find great deals.  The best I've seen in the last year is Big W when they had the 20% off toy sale.  Target seems to be sporadic and kmart is just kmart - they don't really have major toy sales anymore. 

https://www.shopforme.com.au/

 

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7 minutes ago, whoisbiggles said:

Myer has a 25% sale , today and tomorrow online. tomorrow Saturday in store.

Batman and minifigs excluded

David Jones has Big Ben for $249 online atm

I'll add that the Lego on Myer's eBay is also discounted by the same %, so you can get an extra 10% off using C10 at the checkout (thanks, eBay!)

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Not a deal, but it might lead to deals in the future:

https://www.reuters.com/article/us-amazon-com-australia/amazon-tells-australian-retailers-to-get-ready-to-take-orders-from-thursday-idUSKBN1DM08R

 

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Amazon tells Australian retailers to get ready to take orders from Thursday

SYDNEY (Reuters) - Global retail juggernaut Amazon.com Inc has told its Australian sellers to prepare to begin shipping product on Nov. 23, a retailer told Reuters on Wednesday, the first time it has given a start date for the country.

 

 

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At Target for the next four weeks:

    
    76052    Batman Classic TV Series - Batcave         $199.00    
    75098    Assault on Hoth                                            $199.00    
    70906    The Joker Notorious Lowrider                      $49.00    
    10854    Creative Box                                                     $29.00    
    10805    Around the World                                            $99.00   
    75189    First Order Heavy Assault Walker                $99.00    
    60131    Crooks Island                                                  $20.00    

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