We all love ourselves a big Lego set, but sadly we don't have the money to buy them all. And that's why we're always on the lookout for good deals to help us save some money as we fill our houses with so many plastic bricks we can't move. Thankfully Smyths' latest deal will help you save a hefty chunk of money on them, up to 20 per cent if you buy the right amount of stuff.
The deal, which is only available in-store and not applicable to any online or delivered orders, means for every £50 you spend in store you can save yourself £10 off the total. It stacks too, so you save £20 when you spend £100, £30 when you spend £150, and so on until your credit card ends up getting maxed out from all the toys you end up buying. The offer also applies to all toys, outdoor products, and baby stuff, making this the perfect time to save some cash in the run up to Christmas if you're a bit too organised to wait for Black Friday to roll along.
Sadly there are some caveats, beyond having to get everything in your local branch of Smyths. It doesn't apply to gift cards, digital products, electronics, video games or any associated products like controllers, accessories, or even merchandise. So that plush Minecraft creeper isn't going to count towards your total. Plastic bags aren't included either, so you can't rely on one of them to bump you above the nearest threshold when you realise all the prices are £X.99 and don't round up. And you can't use it with any other offers, obviously.
Oh and this offer is only available until 29th September, otherwise known as Sunday. The rest of the T&Cs can be found here.
So what does this mean? Well, it means you can save £70 on the Lego Hogwarts set that has eluded us since its release, and £130 off the UCS Millennium Falcon that already costs more than a single month's rent. It's even £20 off one of these crazy scooters that has Nerf guns attached to it. Sadly the new UCS Star Destroyer is not included, because that it still exclusive to Lego VIPs until 1st October. Which is a shame because I really want one, but I don't want to spend £650 on it.