TESCO has slashed the cost of Lego sets across the country, and bargain hunters are making the most it.
The popular toy sets have been reduced to clear, meaning you’ll need to be quick to be able to enjoy the sale.
Keen shoppers of deal-sharing website hotukdeals first spotted the sale, and they’re really excited.
One user said: “Holy sh… Jealous of your store’s stock levels!
“If they have lasted this long at those prices someone is going to have a field day when the next round of clearance hits.”
Another commented: “I was in that store the other day too and amazed by the amount of Lego they had and the reductions.”
The Sun has asked Tesco to clarify whether the discounts are available in all stores, or whether it’s just selected ones, but we’ve not yet heard back.
You can find your local store using Tesco’s store locator on the website here.
Some of the spotted deals include the Newt And Grindelwald Brickheadz for £11.30, a Cinderella Castle for £44.20 and the Lego City Hospital for £45.50 – just to mention a few.
The same products are not available on Tesco’s website and it’s not clear what the original prices were, but the Lego sets usually cost a lot more.
The City Hospital, for example, currently sets back shoppers £54.99 on Amazon, while the Cinderella Castle costs £64.99 at Smyths Toys.
But as always with any sale – make sure you shop around before snapping up what sounds like a bargain as there may be cheaper options elsewhere.
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Last week, Asda launched a huge January sale with up to 70 per cent off clothing, toys and electrical.
So did Aldi a week earlier, with up to 50 per cent off items such as children’s toys and home gadgets.
Recently, a rare Lego model sold for a whopping £8,000 – here are other sets worth a fortune.
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