There are some huge savings to be had and it is the perfect time to buy or put on lay-by toys for Christmas – after all its only six months away as one retailer blared to me on a sign the other day (seriously?).
Sarcasm aside I find myself rifling through online catalogues trying to find sets at the best price and even coveting sets I would never even looked twice at if they were at full retail price.
So what is on offer this year?
Lego Toy Sales 2012
Notable Savings on Lego sets include:
- Star Wars R2-D2 at Target for $199 ($50 off the RRP)
- Harry Potter Diagon Alley at Target for $223 ($59 off the RRP)
- Creator Seaside House at Kmart/Big W for $35 (Brand New and $19 off the RRP)
- Star Wars Super Star Destroyer 10221 at Big W for $498 ($200 off the RRP)
- Star Wars Imperial Shuttle 10212 at Big W for $348 ($100 off the RRP)
- City Of Atlantis at Big W for $48 ($50 off the RRP)
- Lego City Helicopter Rescue (Hospital) at Big W for $63 (Save $11 off the RRP)
- Lego Friends Olivia’s House at Big W for $78 (Save $21 off the RRP)
Other Deals to watch out for include savings on:
- New Star Wars Sets (Jabba’s Palace, Desert Skiff) at KMart, Big W and Target
- New Ninjago Sets (Epic Dragon Batttle, Samurai Mech, etc) at Target, KMart and Big W
- Lego Friends (1st Wave 2012 sets including the big Olivia’s House) at Big W and Target
- New Lord Of The Rings Sets (Helm’s Deep, Mines Of Moria) at Myer, Kmart, Big W
- New Lego City Mining sets (Mine, Big Truck, Excavator Transport) at Kmart
Online Ordering Links
You can order and lay-by online at a few places:
- Target: Order and Layby online Now! | Catalogue | Sale runs 21 June -11th July
- Big W: Order and Layby online Now! | Catalogue | Sale runs from June 28th in store
- KMart : Layby Online Instore Pickup | Catalogue | Sale runs from 28th June to 15th July
- Mr Toys Toyworld: Catalogue and Printable Coupons (For In store Savings) | Sale runs until July 12th
On a side note, I’m super-impressed with Big W for not labelling Lego a “Boys Toy” (Target I’m looking at you…sternly!) and putting them under the heading of “Construction Toys” instead.
One small step for humanity there. Ironically when you select “Lego” under the “Boys Toys” heading in the online Target catalog the first sets that come up are…Lego Friends! Maybe Target are more open minded than I give them credit for?
As more deals and savings from the 2012 Toy Sales come to light we’ll update this page.