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[Costco] Lego Creator Expert Roller Coaster 349.99

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Jan 18, 2016
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[Costco] Lego Creator Expert Roller Coaster 349.99

Costco.ca has the Lego Creator Expert Roller Coaster on their website for a members only price of $349.99 which is 130.00 less then Lego's own site. You have to sign in with your membership to see the price. Lego shows this item as a "Hard To Find" set. The total piece count on this is 4,124 and says Ages 16 and up. Good luck Lego fans!
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Jan 14, 2006
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ken604 wrote: Not in the market for one personally, but seems like a great deal. Ppl reselling for way more:

https://www.amazon.ca/LEGO-Creator-Expe ... B07D69M13J
https://www.amazon.com/LEGO-6213412-Rol ... B07D69M13J
Not sure why people are reselling it at inflated prices as it's still available at the Lego Store: https://shop.lego.com/en-CA/product/Rol ... ster-10261

Almost bought this couple weeks ago at the Lego Store during the double points event, thinking it was never gonna go on sale.... great find OP!
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Feb30th wrote: Not sure why people are reselling it at inflated prices as it's still available at the Lego Store.

Almost bought this couple weeks ago at the Lego Store during the double points event, thinking it was never gonna go on sale.... great find OP!
Those resell for black market. People who use their own credit card would never pay @ that price.
Save a lot but end up spending more :confused:
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Aug 10, 2010
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Love this set - awesome price! Paid full price and didn't regret it. Pretty neat build though somewhat repetitive when building up the structure. Had loads of play time though, connected up a motor I had and works well.
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Sep 11, 2018
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Thanks OP!
Grabbed two! Hoping to build a larger combined coaster. :)

I usually find that with sets like this, you usually can't make a reasonable profit from reselling until 2 years after the product's been discontinued. Especially in cases where these Costco sales creates a glutton of supply in the secondary market. + It also depends on your marketplace/intermediary - if you're using Facebook/Kijiji vs. eBay or Bricklink.
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Biggest problem is that this takes up too much space. Otherwise I should have bought it. Already have the UCS Millennium Falcon.... Must resist
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Hobbess wrote: Love this set - awesome price! Paid full price and didn't regret it. Pretty neat build though somewhat repetitive when building up the structure. Had loads of play time though, connected up a motor I had and works well.
How long did it take to build?
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Jul 29, 2016
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is this the most expensive set available in LEGO website? Those street building block sets almost never go on sale except 50 off right before they go discontinue.
Has any of these theme park set been on sale before?
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lmx116 wrote: is this the most expensive set available in LEGO website? Those street building block sets almost never go on sale except 50 off right before they go discontinue.
Has any of these theme park set been on sale before?
Most expensive set is the ucs millenium falcon, clocking in at $899.99.

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