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LEGO Star Wars: The Last Jedi First Order Specialists Battle Pack

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Best Buy has select LEGO Building Sets & More on sale for prices listed below. Select free store pickup if stock is available, otherwise shipping is free on orders $35+. Thanks captainguy & TattyBear [Discuss]

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Thanks. The LEGO Star Wars First Order Specialists Battle Pack matches the price of the recent FP deal. Amazon is out of stock now.
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Actually... This BestBuy clearance has been going on for weeks... months? Everyone has been matching them.
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LINK [bestbuy.com]


LEGO - Star Wars First Order Specialists Battle Pack 75197 - Black - $7.99
LEGO - Star Wars Ahch-To Island Training 75200 - Gray - $17.99
LEGO - Star Wars A-Wing vs. TIE Silencer Microfighters 75196 - Black - $11.99
LEGO - Star Wars First Order AT-ST Walker 75201 - Gray - $24.99
LEGO - Star Wars Tatooine Battle Pack 75198 - Brown - $8.99
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Are these deals available in store as well, or online only?
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Are these deals available in store as well, or online only?
If they are In stock at the location just take the item to the register and show them the website price and they will match. I guess a disclaimer, I have done this with items on sale not clearance items. Not sure if that matters or not.
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Not passing judgment here; I grew up loving both legos and star wars and I will always have a soft spot for both. But I have to ask why are these popular?

I am fine with what Disney has done with the new ones but I thought they were not the grand slam for the general public like they were supposed to be. Star Wars, as a brand, has been merchandized to death for years before this.
Neither of these points are enough to tank the popularity of Lego's, but why buy sets tied to a lukewarm franchise?

Again, not saying anything good or bad about the movies themselves, just asking on the basis of one arbitrary metric of popularity.
Did you just go on a diatribe about Star Wars because you saw they make Star Wars LEGOs? Probably not the right forum. Your comments here should be about the deal/product. Go vent your feelings about the "lukewarm" franchise (oh I see what you did there - LUKEwarm) on Reddit.
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My son loves his.
Gave it to him yesterday from the previous deal.
He's 6 and assembled it in no time. Looks very cool
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Not passing judgment here; I grew up loving both legos and star wars and I will always have a soft spot for both. But I have to ask why are these popular?

I am fine with what Disney has done with the new ones but I thought they were not the grand slam for the general public like they were supposed to be. Star Wars, as a brand, has been merchandized to death for years before this.
Neither of these points are enough to tank the popularity of Lego's, but why buy sets tied to a lukewarm franchise?

Again, not saying anything good or bad about the movies themselves, just asking on the basis of one arbitrary metric of popularity.
So if this was a slick deal about let's say Overwatch, this would be the greatest thing since the invention of sliced bread. Am I right?
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Not passing judgment here; I grew up loving both legos and star wars and I will always have a soft spot for both. But I have to ask why are these popular?

I am fine with what Disney has done with the new ones but I thought they were not the grand slam for the general public like they were supposed to be. Star Wars, as a brand, has been merchandized to death for years before this.
Neither of these points are enough to tank the popularity of Lego's, but why buy sets tied to a lukewarm franchise?

Again, not saying anything good or bad about the movies themselves, just asking on the basis of one arbitrary metric of popularity.
I don't think they're really that popular as sets. Most people probably buy these kinds of small sets in order to profit off the mini figures that you get from them.

As for why they keep releasing these mediocre sets I have no idea. But the Star Wars franchise is largely responsible for the current success of legos so they probably keep churning them out. Even the newest Lego movie 2 sets aren't that great.

I do like the new x-wings though. Snagged the Costco deal for around $50.
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i just want the porg minifig!!!! Frown
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