Here are the latest Lego deals on Amazon!  (I try to share these once a month or so, or whenever some good deals pop up!  Legos are awesome, but who wants to pay full price?)

I also have to say – I’m pretty close to getting a Prime account.  It looks like the free shipping might be worth it, as I routinely overpay for items locally so that I don’t have to drive around to different stores to get deals.  With four kids, shopping around for sales is not always realistic!  In fact, today I purchased the first item on this list for Aidan’s birthday, and paid full price.  Do you have Prime?  Have you found the expense to be worth it?

All links are Amazon affiliate links.  As always, please double check prices before ordering – prices can change any time!

My boys have been into The Lone Ranger lately – not from the new movie (which we won’t be seeing) but from the old classic TV show.

Lego Deals on AmazonThe Lone Ranger Colby City Showdown (set 79109) is a good deal at $42.97 (original price $49.99).  We saw this set put together in the local Lego store, and it’s pretty awesome.

Lego Deals on AmazonAlso from The Lone Ranger, The Stagecoach Escape (set 79108) is on sale for $24.97, marked down from $29.99.

Lego Deals on AmazonThe Duplo Agent Mater (set 5817) is on sale for $11.99, marked down from $16.99.  Owen has this set, and it’s really fun.  Doesn’t come with very many bricks, but Mater shoots a plastic dart when you push a button on the top!  Very fun for preschoolers!

Lego Deals on AmazonThe City Excavator Transport (set 4203)  is an AWESOME deal at $34.02, marked down from $59.99.  This one might be a good set to order and put away for a birthday or Christmas!

Lego Deals on Amazon

The Lego Creator 3 in 1 Seaside House (set 7346) is on sale for $39.97, marked down from $49.99.  This set is so cute, and would satisfy my desire for a doll house!  Too bad the boys don’t like this one!

Lego Deals on Amazon

The Star Wars X-Wing Starfighter (set 9493) is on sale for $45.60, marked down from $59.99.  I posted about this one last month, and Aidan was thinking about buying it with his savings money.  By the time we got around to ordering, the price was back up to $59.99.  I’m not sure when it went on sale again, or how long it will stay at this price!

If you’re new to Frugal Fun for Boys, be sure to check out all of our Lego building challenges here!

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  1. Laura Jul 18, 2013

    Thanks for the info! Maybe I should start thinking about Christmas now since we'll be welcoming #4 mid January. I'm worried to get my boys regular sized legos though with little ones around. Maybe if they could prove themselves responsible enough to not leave them lying around everywhere... yeah, that'll be the day. We just ditched Netflix and went for Amazon Prime this Summer. I mostly got it for the free video streaming actually. Technically it's cheaper than Netflix, the only possible drawback being that you have to pay for the whole year at once, and when I saw that they have several seasons of Mr. Rogers and Reading Rainbow I was convinced. For me the Free two-day shipping has just been a perk. I don't buy much on Amazon, I mostly just get used books off of Amazon, so it doesn't make a huge difference since it seems that most prime things are overpriced to compensate, but when I can use the prime, it's so nice to get things fast! Try out the free 30 day trial and see what you think. You can always cancel it, and if you decide to keep it, you just got 13 months for 79.99 which technically makes it even cheaper! It's a win-win.

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    1. Sarah Jul 19, 2013

      Really?? I had no idea about the video! I was just thinking the other day that I would love to be able to get Reading Rainbow episodes for the boys. We have Netflix (streaming) right now and have been disappointed with the show selection. I will check it out!

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    2. Sarah Jul 18, 2013

      Yes, I have Prime and I love it! I have three boys under 3 and a half. Prime has saved me so much time and we really like to use the Instant Video feature too.

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      1. clo Jul 19, 2013

        Hi I love your updates and always check in about the Lego as I have 3 boys and 1 girls all big Lego fans. My only comment is that the transporter listed as $59.99 on Amazon is $39.99 on Lego.com and always is so I am not sure why amazon do this? THanks for all your hard work on your site.

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        1. Sarah Jul 19, 2013

          Hmm, that's interesting! I just saw it at Target yesterday too, and I know it was more than $39.99. I don't know on that one!

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        2. bjk Jul 19, 2013

          I use Prime for the streaming video and for the free Kindle lending-library books (one per calendar month). Oh, and also the free shipping is great. I did not like the Netflix selection either ... seems like every time I wanted to watch something, it was only available on DVD. I only did the free trial on netflix, since for me it turned out not to be "net"

          When I first got Prime, the free book per month easily made up for the annual fee.

          bjk

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          1. Heather (@hbuchwitz) Jul 19, 2013

            I was going to say the same thing CLO did - that excavator has had a weird "retail" price since it came out - it has NEVER been $59.99. Drives me crazy bc I think it's a good sale every time I see it!

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            1. Nathalie Jul 19, 2013

              Love Prime - and it's for the shipping actually. But how cool to hear about Mr. Rogers and Reading Rainbow episodes! Ordered one of these to stock my gift stash, thanks!

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              1. Steph Jul 19, 2013

                Love your site! I bought the Star Wars X-Wing set the last time you posted about it...it is hidden away for the 7-year-old's birthday this fall.

                I have had Prime for years. The 2-day shipping means I can cut down tremendously on non-grocery errands, and I can usually do price comaprisons online before buying to make sure I'm not paying too much at Amazon. The streaming video is a welcome bonus, as is the Kindle lending library.

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