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Lego Super Mario Starter Course Kit + Mario Character Pack + $10 Target GC EXPIRED

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Target has Lego Super Mario Adventures with Mario Starter Course Building Kit (71360) on sale for $47.99. Additionally, Target is offering a $10 Target eGift Card with $50 Lego Purchases (see example deal below). Shipping is free, otherwise select free store pickup where available.

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Lego Super Mario on sale for $47.99 (retail $59.99). Buy it from Target and there is a $10 gift card with $50 Lego purchase. Also 5% RedCard discount.

Amazon also has it for $47.99...

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B085878...UTF8&psc=1

https://www.target.com/p/lego-sup...A-78929934
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We are apparently in the minority but these are my sons favorite lego sets and I'm grateful for them. He is on the spectrum and usual lego sets he would find difficult to follow and find correct pieces. The Mario lego sets online options helps him see the pieces in different angles and he's able to put it together better. He also likes that they are more interactive.

After getting these sets he's able to put together other sets easier and with less frustration. I think it's helped him put together the 2 dimensional manuals to what the pieces really looks likes which he was originally struggling to do. All of ours are still put together and on display.
Thank you.
Bought the Starter Course for $47.99 at Target, and added the Mario Maker kit for $6.99, down from $9.99, to go over $50 to get the $10 gift card.

https://www.target.com/p/lego-sup...nk=sametab
The LEGO xx MARIO crossover left me so disappointed. Huge missed opportunity for both companies. Should've just been regular Mario-lego-sets instead of this strange modular-board-game-mess that costs more money for less legos...

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Thank you.
Bought the Starter Course for $47.99 at Target, and added the Mario Maker kit for $6.99, down from $9.99, to go over $50 to get the $10 gift card.

https://www.target.com/p/lego-sup...nk=sametab
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Thanks. Used the recent $30 giftcard that came with diaper purchase to make it even better!.
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Does amazon ever match the $10 gift card offer?
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Does amazon ever match the $10 gift card offer?
I don't think so Frown
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Does amazon ever match the $10 gift card offer?

I've seen them do $10 off coupon or price decrease on sets that are $50+, but not directly a "$10 giftcard".
Some people then try to have Target PM the decreased Amazon price to try to "double dip" but thats YMMV
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The LEGO xx MARIO crossover left me so disappointed. Huge missed opportunity for both companies. Should've just been regular Mario-lego-sets instead of this strange modular-board-game-mess that costs more money for less legos...
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The LEGO xx MARIO crossover left me so disappointed. Huge missed opportunity for both companies. Should've just been regular Mario-lego-sets instead of this strange modular-board-game-mess that costs more money for less legos...
This is where I am at...trying to understand exactly what this is, is not. Seems like this isn't something to be comingled with other random Lego sets/pieces. Ours never stay built for very long before they devolve into extra pieces to make double-decker couches...

What makes this, other than Lego, better than just the Mario Playsets that seem to cost less? My kid is turning 6 and while he likes Lego, he likes Mario more.

Edit: Ok, I see this is a bit more interactive than the sets, but still unsure it's worth the price.
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We are apparently in the minority but these are my sons favorite lego sets and I'm grateful for them. He is on the spectrum and usual lego sets he would find difficult to follow and find correct pieces. The Mario lego sets online options helps him see the pieces in different angles and he's able to put it together better. He also likes that they are more interactive.

After getting these sets he's able to put together other sets easier and with less frustration. I think it's helped him put together the 2 dimensional manuals to what the pieces really looks likes which he was originally struggling to do. All of ours are still put together and on display.
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We are apparently in the minority but these are my sons favorite lego sets and I'm grateful for them. He is on the spectrum and usual lego sets he would find difficult to follow and find correct pieces. The Mario lego sets online options helps him see the pieces in different angles and he's able to put it together better. He also likes that they are more interactive.

After getting these sets he's able to put together other sets easier and with less frustration. I think it's helped him put together the 2 dimensional manuals to what the pieces really looks likes which he was originally struggling to do. All of ours are still put together and on display.
My son loves them too. Also on the spectrum.
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I'd rather see target benefit than amazon so I'll upvote.
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Got it at this price previously from AMZ. 7yo son thought it was awesome for a few hours last Saturday. It's now sitting on the kitchen island awaiting the inevitable "mom storage", likely to never be touched again.

Yeah, not $50 in value here for us, but glad to hear others are having more positive experiences with their kids.
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You're much better off spending your money on cooler Star wars Legos. This thing takes a lot of space, is fragile, and is kind of boring to play with. Basically you can make a Lego Mario figure that makes noise hop on some different special bricks that make the Mario make different noises. We would have been happy if they had like a big Bowser Lego figure or something like that
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The LEGO xx MARIO crossover left me so disappointed. Huge missed opportunity for both companies. Should've just been regular Mario-lego-sets instead of this strange modular-board-game-mess that costs more money for less legos...
Agreed 100%... I don't see this line lasting long, and in fact I'm only considering jumping on this deal so I can throw them in my attic because LEGO always leaps in value when it is discontinued. I'll probably pass, though, because I think there is much more supply than demand... Which is why we're seeing such a good sale on the starter pack.
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