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SlickSaBo 415 1,044 August 29, 2016 at 10:00 PM in Kids Toys (6) More Target Deals
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Promoted 08-30-2016 by Discombobulated at 06:39 AM View Original Post
Target.com has LEGO Juniors Construction Building Set (10667) on sale for $10.99. Select free ship to store, otherwise free shipping w/ Target REDcard [Info]. Thanks SlickSaBo

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Alternatively, Amazon.com also has LEGO Juniors Construction Building Set (10667) on sale for $10.99. Shipping is free with Prime or if you spend $49 or more.

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Features an easy to build construction truck, crane with wrecking ball and a wall section; perfect introduction to the LEGO brick series. Recommended for ages 4-7 - Discombobulated

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Edited August 29, 2016 at 11:58 PM by kh0rneflakes
Amazon has Lego Juniors Construction Set (10667) for $10.99 plus taxes with free shipping for prime members.

https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B0...ref=plSrch

Target also has it for the same price with additional 5% savings for red card members.

http://www.target.com/p/lego-juni...A-15115647

This was a FP deal last month.
https://slickdeals.net/f/8971599-lego-juniors-construction-set-10667-11-free-store-pickup
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I have a few of these Lego Junior sets - there are fewer smaller individual pieces, and larger molded bases for littler fingers to build upon. My 4 year old loves these, although I'll admit my 7 year old finds them boring and too easy.

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I picked up a couple from Target for gifts. Curious what the junior label is about? Ages 4-7...? Is there a difference with these Lego's?
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Quote from eellsinoc View Post :
I picked up a couple from Target for gifts. Curious what the junior label is about? Ages 4-7...? Is there a difference with these Lego's?
I have a few of these Lego Junior sets - there are fewer smaller individual pieces, and larger molded bases for littler fingers to build upon. My 4 year old loves these, although I'll admit my 7 year old finds them boring and too easy.
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I picked up a couple from Target for gifts. Curious what the junior label is about? Ages 4-7...? Is there a difference with these Lego's?
They are perfectly compatible with other Lego products. The Juniors line offers an easier build experience for younger children to go through on their own.
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$.14 cents a piece, is that a good deal? I thought a good deal was $.10 or cheaper, but maybe I'm imagining things :p
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Quote from CharlesBarkley View Post :
$.14 cents a piece, is that a good deal? I thought a good deal was $.10 or cheaper, but maybe I'm imagining things :p
Your math is wrong
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Your math is wrong
Haha, you're right, it was hard to tell on mobile, but it's 160 piece, which is 6c a piece, my bad
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We have this set and my youngest son has loved it! One of my favorite things is the container it comes in since Lego brand containers alone are pretty expensive. It not only stores this set but plenty of other Legos. It is a fun build even if it is relatively easy.
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Good deal, I'm in for 1. Repped.
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On Amazon it looks like a bunch of the Juniors sets are on sale - nothing earth shattering but worth a look if you're in the market. I like this supermarket suitcase myself: https://amzn.com/B00NHQG274

It comes in at .12 a piece but there are a lot of interesting accessories. My son has a ton of "boy" oriented legos and it's nice to mix in some of the "girl" lego sets as they have different colored bricks and unique pieces. I especially like the one I linked as the female figures are regular lego shaped instead of the "friends" chicks that look like tiny barbie dolls.
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Last edited by mlharris August 30, 2016 at 07:18 AM.
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Nice. Deciding if I should get this and put it back till Christmas or hold out for Black Friday. Doesn't target or wal-mart offer some huge random set up for cheap on BF?
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Nice. Deciding if I should get this and put it back till Christmas or hold out for Black Friday. Doesn't target or wal-mart offer some huge random set up for cheap on BF?
1500pc. creative box for $30 if you're lucky enough to get in on it in the first 30 seconds it goes live
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$10.99 at Walmart also.
https://www.walmart.com/ip/31196168
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Got one thx
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