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Lego Dimensions Deals: Nov 20-26

If you haven’t already checked it out, head on over to our Black Friday deals preview page. You’re likely to find better deals on whatever you’re looking for there, but in the event that you don’t want to brave the Black Friday storms, we’ve got a standard deals post for

First Look: Hermione Lego Dimensions Minifigure!

Retailers across the US are currently updating their in Lego Dimensions store displays to reflect the new waves of packs, and with that, new feature videos have been added to the Toy Pad Display. Previously the Toy Pad Display had the original Vorton portal build, with the starter pack characters

FOUND! Doug Rattmann in Lego Dimensions!

A few weeks ago we shared that there were still “undiscovered secrets” lurking in Lego Dimensions Year 1. After a good bit of hard detective work, grasping for clues, and replaying levels over and over again, we can finally say that we’ve found this undiscovered secret… AND IT’S AWESOME! This

Lego Dimensions Deals: Nov 13-19

Looking for Lego Dimensions Black Friday Deals? Click here! Don’t forget this Friday is a big Lego Dimensions release day. Sonic the Hedgehog, ET, Fantastic Beasts (Fun Pack and Story Pack), and Gremlins Fun Packs all release this Friday. While we don’t have any deals specific to those packs yet,

Lego Dimensions Deals: Nov 6-12

Starting with this week’s gimmicks at Toys R Us, first up, they’ve got $30 off Lego Dimensions Starter Packs. This isn’t the best deal on any Starter Pack this week (and no vendors have them at “buy now” pricing, if you ask us). That said, TRU’s also offering a free

Big Deals at Best Buy for GCU Members

Thanks to Jason on Brick-Inquirer for noticing Best Buy’s running big discounts on all Lego Dimensions items (including Year 2) for GCU Members. If you’re not a GCU member, you can sign up here. For $30, you can get a two-year membership, which entitles you to 20% off all video

Lego Dimensions Deals: Oct 30-Nov 5

There’s a few gimmicks to look out for this week. Namely, Target’s running Buy 2 Get 1 Free on video game purchases, which seems to apply to all Lego Dimensions products. Toys R Us counters with a host of gimmicks, some a bit odd. Firstly, Starter Packs are $30 off.