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13 LEGO Deals That'll Help You Buy Cheap Bricks: Christmas LEGOs Hit Shelves Already!

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Taking advantage of LEGO deals will help ease the pain when you step on those pesky bricks your kids leave lying around on the floor. These iconic toys can be pricey, with some sets even costing upwards of $200. And while you can find some LEGO sets on Amazon for less than $20, deals like that can be rare. I’ve put together some tips that’ll help you find LEGO sales, hunt for discounted sets, and even grab some cash for older LEGOs collecting dust around your house.

Bookmark the KCL LEGO page for deals updated regularly, and remember to download the official KCL app and set LEGO as a favorite to keep up with all the major savings.


Lego Deals to Shop Now

ONLINE or In-Store Deal
$12.34$12.99(5% off)
Lego Pillowcase
In-Store Deal
As low as$3.32$6.99(53% off)
Mobile coupons needed
5% off - Target RedCard Savings
Lego Sheet Set
In-Store Deal
As low as$10.92$22.99(53% off)
Mobile coupons needed
5% off - Target RedCard Savings
Lego Rug
In-Store Deal
As low as$14.48$30.49(53% off)
Mobile coupons needed
5% off - Target RedCard Savings

1. Shop LEGO at Costco during the Black Friday season.

two women exclaim over toys and games in their walmart cart

Costco is the best place to grab deals on LEGO during the holidays and you should shop early, well ahead of Black Friday. In fact, Costco’s toys are already on the shelf and you can save over $20 on LEGO sets.


2. Take advantage of sales events and clearance prices.

Between Black Friday LEGO deals, Prime Day savings, and clearances, you can get your bricks without breaking the bank. Here are some of the major sales I never miss:

  • Make sure to watch out for Black Friday toy sales. In previous years, I saw some LEGO sets for up to 50% off at Target, Amazon, Walmart, and the LEGO store. Plus, you can usually earn loads of Kohl’s Cash on LEGO Black Friday purchases.
  • Target’s Semi-Annual Toy Sale is usually held in mid-January and mid-July. It starts at 30% off and jumps to 50% off and before you know it—boom—70% off! LEGO is one of the consistently featured toy brands
  • For Amazon Prime Day, select LEGO sets discounted up to 40%.
  • In the past, shoppers got 50% off clearance legos at Walmart. However, Walmart’s toy clearance is tricky as it happens by store, not online, and usually in January and July, just like Target. See the next tip on how to stay informed!


3. Grab cheap LEGO sets from Walmart or Amazon.

lego classic building sets on walmart shelves

If you’re just wondering where to shop for LEGOs on any given day, Walmart and Amazon both have consistently low regular prices. Target is a close third as these three big retail giants often use dynamic pricing to compete with each other. You can tell this is happening when the prices are within pennies across the stores.

Here are a few examples of great Amazon and Walmart LEGO deals, with Target as a close third:

LEGO Classic Large

Walmart: $34.99 (reg. $59.99)
Amazon: $34.99 (reg. $59.99)
Target: $34.99 (reg. $59.99)

LEGO Star Wars Boba Fett’s Starship

Walmart: $39.99 (reg. $49.99)
Amazon: $38.99 (reg. $49.99)
Target: $38.99 (reg. $49.99)

LEGO Marvel Infinity Gauntlet

Walmart: $63.99 (reg. $79.99)
Amazon: $63.99 (reg. $79.99)
Target: $63.99 (reg. $79.99)


4. Set alerts for LEGO deals near you or online.

KCL app on iphone inside target store

Why do all the searching yourself when you can get LEGO deals sent right to your phone? Here’s all you have to do:

  • Download the KCL app and select LEGO by clicking the gear on the “Alerts” page
  • Set an eBay alert to get emails when the price drops on your favorite LEGO sets. You can also sign up for notifications through the eBay app.
  • Sign up for to set alerts for Amazon deals on specific LEGO sets. You’ll get an email as soon as the price drops to your ideal number.
  • tracks Amazon, BrickLink, and the LEGO store for discounts on different sets. I just checked and saw some sets like the Creator: Rocket Truck (reg. price $19.99) for $9.99. Can’t argue with grabbing a new set for 50% off!


5. Find LEGO sets for sale on Reddit.

Reddit LEGO set deals page screenshot

The r/legodeal subreddit posts LEGO deals users find online or at their neighborhood retailers. Just in the past few days, I saw sets discounted anywhere from 11 to 40% off.

TIP: Learn how to spot a fake LEGO website so you don’t end up getting scammed.



6. Stack coupons, sales, promos, and insider discounts for cheap LEGO sets.

2 Women inside walmart looking at kcl app on phone

I wouldn’t be the Krazy Coupon Lady if I didn’t do crazy things like stack deals. Here’s one deal I took advantage of:

Buy 1 LEGO Star Wars Imperial TIE Fighter set (reg. $69.99)
30% off for Black Friday
$20 in Kohl’s Cash
Final price: $49.00

Or if you don’t want to wait for Black Friday, watch for Target LEGO gift card deals like this one I pounced on in the past:

Buy 2 LEGO Classic Medium Creative Brick Box 10696 $34.99 regular price, $24.99 sale price
Spend $50, receive $10 Target gift card
Use RedCard for 5% off
Use RedCard for free shipping or free shipping on orders of $35+
Or free store pickup or “Drive Up”
Pay $50, receive $10 Target gift card
Final Price: $18.75 each, when you buy 2


7. Set a Google alert about retail stores closing near you.


Go to Google Alerts and under your profile, create an alert for “retail stores closing near me.” You can take advantage of liquidation sales and score LEGO sets on the cheap.


8. Let a local LEGO group help you find cheap LEGOs.

Woman on her laptop looking at lego ambassador group online

The LEGO Ambassador Network (LAN) is an awesome online resource for serious LEGO fans to keep up with events and find local LEGO communities.

If you join, you can take part in their super secret annual holiday event called LUGbulk, where members can get LEGOs in bulk, at a nice discount.


9. Sign up for the LEGO VIP program for rewards and sweepstakes prizes.

kid in glasses playing legos

Photos used with permission. ©2019 The LEGO Group.


If you sign up to be a LEGO VIP, it’s totally free, and you get points that’ll get you around 5% back for future LEGO purchases. You can also enter sweepstakes to win exclusive prizes.

Outside of getting points for buying LEGO sets, you can also rack them up by answering questions or following their social media pages.


10. Look for cheap LEGOs in your own neighborhood.

boxes of legos at a garage sale

Why go to a big store for cheap LEGOs? Hit up your local suburban garage or rummage sales. To save time and gas, search Facebook Marketplace, OfferUp, Craigslist, or for great deals on LEGO sets or bulk LEGOs. Some quick tips for buying used LEGOs:



11. Hunt for LEGOs in random stores you wouldn’t think of.

Legos on clearance at hobby lobby

Hobby and craft stores, grocery stores, hotel and hospital gift shops, and drugstores often hang on to the same dusty LEGO sets for years. Keep your eyes peeled; the more dust the better, because you could happen upon a rare set! Then, do a quick search on or eBay to see if you struck gold.


12. Before you sell your LEGOs, price check them on

Bricklink pulled up on computer screen

Bricklink has a core LEGO community and marketplace that’s built for LEGO fanatics. Use the Bricklink Price Guide to find out if any of your LEGO sets have gone up in value before you sell them for much less than they’re worth.


13. Sell your used LEGOs for cold hard cash.

lego sets laid out on the floor

Most people sell LEGOs on eBay and Bricklink if they can ship them, or Facebook Marketplace if they just want someone to come get them. You get more money for doing more prep work before you sell.

Minimal Work

Decluttr is a website for selling and buying used tech and LEGOs, which they recycle. Dump your LEGOs in a sealed plastic bag, weigh them, put them in a box, and send to Decluttr for free. They pay $1 per pound (about 180 standard bricks are in a pound).

Medium Work

Hose down your bricks, let them air dry out of direct sunlight, and sort them by color, removing the minifigures and specialty pieces. No need to worry about complete sets, boxes, or directions. You can get about $5 per pound on eBay for clean sorted LEGOs.

Maximum Work

You get the most money for complete sets, assembled (or in the box) with directions. Even if you aren’t sure everything is there, you can guesstimate a percentage (99% all there).

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