Walmart Walmart: LEGO Classic 900-Piece Creative Box $29.86 Get a LEGO Creative Box with 900 Bricks for $30!

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Add 900 LEGO bricks to your collection with this deal from Walmart, because you can get a LEGO Classic 900-Piece Creative Box for $29.86!

This popular brick box was on sale for slightly less in November 2018 at $24.88, but the $29.86 price is still an excellent deal for the amount of bricks included -- for comparison, the same 900-piece box is currently $49.99 at the LEGO Shop.

Perfect for novice or advanced builders, this box includes 900 assorted building bricks and pieces, including accessories like eyes, wheels, doors, windows, hinges and a brick separator for stubborn stuck-together bricks.

This offer is available online and in Walmart stores (where available) for a limited time. Walmart.ca offers free shipping on orders over $50.00, along with a pickup option at select Canada Post or Walmart locations -- the service is free for orders over $25.00 or an additional $5.00 for orders below that threshold.

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    • To us, non-lego-master, what is 10704 and 11005 ?
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    • just different models they have. they have different "combinations" which allows you to create different figures. (I'm no Lego-master lol)
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    • but maybe someone who knows more about lego can explain better
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    • It's a product code basically. Each LEGO set has one.
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    • Seems like a pretty good deal as they say it includes 2 road plates which are not listed as part of the set. Also 3 cents a piece isnt too shabby for lego.

      Christmas gifts for the kids.
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    • I want to get some base plates for my son. Anyone the best place to get some? They seem expensive and must of these type of kits or kits for younger kids don't have them.
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    • I am not a lego expert - I only know that Walmart has sets on sale for $25 every black friday it seems. This year was the first one that it got reduced to $20:
      http://forums.redflagdeals.com/walmart- ... #p30327085

      I'm sure $30 is still a great deal, especially for people who need it now. I assume for casual buyers they might just wait for Black Friday.

      Thanks for posting - I might actually pick one up (can't wait until Black Friday).
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    • jeffersonalan wrote:
      Jul 25th, 2019 10:27 pm
      Seems like a pretty good deal as they say it includes 2 road plates which are not listed as part of the set. Also 3 cents a piece isnt too shabby for lego.

      Christmas gifts for the kids.
      A review on Walmart says it does not include road plates

      If you look up 11005 it does not

      Btw 10704 was the WM Black Friday and Xmas special at $25 and dropped to $20 afterwards at one point
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    • Pick it up. You know black Friday it will be sold out
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    • Glad it is still this price, a lot of scalper cleared the shelves during the sale last year but are still trying to sell them for $40~$50 on kijiji now. 😂
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    • budfrogs wrote:
      Jul 25th, 2019 10:54 pm
      I want to get some base plates for my son. Anyone the best place to get some? They seem expensive and must of these type of kits or kits for younger kids don't have them.
      They rarely go one sale. Your best bet is to get some when stores like toys r us have a “ spend $x dollars and get this gift free” or when stores like mastermind have their gift cards on sale. (I got some at 20% off recently). Sometimes the bay or indigo may have lots of their lego on sale for 20% off - that’s as good as it usually gets. Lego.com also has double points days sometimes which I think gets you 10% off.
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    • budfrogs wrote:
      Jul 25th, 2019 10:54 pm
      I want to get some base plates for my son. Anyone the best place to get some? They seem expensive and must of these type of kits or kits for younger kids don't have them.
      if you are not against using third-party (LEGO purists frown upon them) then these are fine. I got them for my kids and other than the fact that it doesn't have "LEGO" stamped on the studs, we have no issues with them,
      https://www.amazon.ca/EKIND-Baseplate-C ... 074FYG5VL/
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    • The problem with this set is that although 900 pieces may seem like alot, there really isn't that many larger bricks and so many little bitty pieces. It's quite limited on its own but okay for those just to get started on basic creations. IMO you really need 2 of these sets at least, it supplement it with extra wheels, windows and door pieces to really get going in terms of being creative and spend spending a worthwhile amount of time with them.
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    • Dollar Tree in my area has base plates if you don’t mind that they’re not “real” LEGO.
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    • sharkymarky wrote:
      Jul 26th, 2019 2:45 pm
      Dollar Tree in my area has base plates if you don’t mind that they’re not “real” LEGO.
      I have these too. I got all the colours. They are only 6x6 inch I think but for $1.25 a piece it's a good value.
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    • I ordered a bunch of base plates of Amazon. I also ordered a whole bunch of wheels which my son enjoys.
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    • Walmart had 10704 at $25 last BF....
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    • Walmart also carries third party base plates in various sizes (some quite large if memory serves me correctly).
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    • The_Professor wrote:
      Jul 26th, 2019 3:48 pm
      Walmart also carries third party base plates in various sizes (some quite large if memory serves me correctly).
      Walmart sells the "block tech" brand. I don't know how good their stuff is these days but from my experience with them in the past, it's hit or miss. You might not have any issues or thier stuff can fit either too loose or too hard to take apart, especially when mixing with genuine LEGO parts.
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    • Fightguard wrote:
      Jul 26th, 2019 4:01 pm
      Walmart sells the "block tech" brand. I don't know how good their stuff is these days but from my experience with them in the past, it's hit or miss. You might not have any issues or thier stuff can fit either too loose or too hard to take apart, especially when mixing with genuine LEGO parts.
      Block Tech is a UNIQLO line.
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