I saw today that Tesco have the Clark Kent minifig on offer as part of the new LEGO Batman DVD (blu-ray version only). Its €10 in tesco (€7 without minifigure for ordinary DVD)
Hi, is it good idea to buy Lego by kg?
What is good price for 1kg of Lego?
Might be useful for someone on here.
Well what more can I say... need to buy a car and it is sitting in my parents house in Ireland... I will post rough inventory's so anyone let me know if you are interested in bulk buying base plates, blue bricks etc
Just wondering how you sign up for this. I haven't bought from Shop at home yet. Do you sign up on or after your first purchase or can you do it before hand.
Confused about it, as I tired to sign up but haven't been able to register as a vip.
I'm on the look out for these two sets:
4438 Robbers Hideout
3661 Bank And Money Transfer
for my 6 soon to be six year old son! (Birthday and Christmas)
Any one seen them in any shops lately, if so can you let me know, or if any one has then for sale?
I realise that they are both limited edition sets.
I'm in the Midlands so could travel to pick them up.
Got some series 11 today in Argos Liffey Valley €2.39.I think its one of the best yet.
Only bought three as you can't use the touchy feely method in Argos.
I was in smyths naas today and was surprised to find the delorean
21103 on the shelf. Its priced at e44.99
I know Introductions is not exactly the right place for this question but I'm not allowed to post it in the Buying Lego in Ireland forum. Sorry about that.
The idea appeared during a conversation with a friend who found a lego fan shop in Poland. That shop, apart from current catalogue sets available everywhere, sold older sets that wouldn't be on shelves in superstores anymore and really vintage boxes too. Also current sets that are rare to be found in big stores (like Architecture for example). There was also a huge collection of minifigs including all the Star Wars characters that ever appeared in lego sets and video games. That much I know from my friend's description.
Correct me if I'm wrong, but there doesn't seem to be a place like that anywhere in Dublin. I wonder would there be demand for it.
I'd like to hear what you guys think about it.
Interesting development reported in the UK:
Part of the Toymaster store in Exeter is being converted into a Lego brand store. Wouldn't it be cool if they can do the same thing on Jervis street?