Cyber Monday LEGO Alert: 30% OFF on 1 Set from Amazon + Walmart Sale Discussion
A great set that is a surefire bet to perform well.
With Cyber Monday in full swing, there is a set that is currently on sale from the Introvert Entrepreneur hit list.
It also has a limit of 20 quantity, making it easy to buy a ton of.
Set I’m buying this morning:
Star Wars The Razor Crest 75292 - $97.99 (30% OFF) - Click here to purchase from Amazon
I plan for this set to end up around ~2% of the overall portfolio.
I love everything about it other than how long it’s been out on shelves for or else I’d buy more.
About Yesterday’s Walmart Cyber “Monday” Blunder
Walmart messed up big time with their sale yesterday that I sent an alert for.
When the sale went live for Walmart+ subscribers, they forgot to limit the quantity on several sets.
Upon learning this information, I was able to sign up for Walmart+ and place a single order for the Supra Speed Champions set before everything went out of stock.
I was going to send an emergency alert about it, but it was already too late.
The only set that was properly limited was the Jesko Speed Champions set.
According to people I’ve spoken with who know people on the inside of the Walmart company, it was a giant blunder and as a result some heads may roll.
If you didn’t get anything from the sale, keep in mind you are not alone. Most people missed out on this sale.
Amazon did price match but there wasn’t much quantity to be had.
Therefore, there are a handful of sets that we still need to lock down or add quantity on.
That is what December will be about.
AMAZON ORDERING INSTRUCTIONS :
Order the max or desired quantity on as many accounts as they will allow (usually ~3)
Quantity limits almost always reset after 1 week post purchase
Avoid buying with accounts that have a Prime subscription, doing so is “technically” against ToS if you intend on selling your LEGO on Amazon
This post is not financial or investment advice.
It is designed for entertainment purposes only by a bum who gave up his job as a prestigious Aerospace Engineer to talk about parking money in sealed boxes of plastic.