LEGO price analysis: Amazon Australia vs Kmart, Big W and more

We've compared prices on the most popular LEGO products on Amazon Australia with Australian retailers like Kmart and Big W.

Buildable toys like LEGO have been a cornerstone of family celebrations for decades. Christmas, birthdays and just about any family holiday can be brightened with some teamwork and a pile of plastic bricks. However, as everyone knows. the popular block-building toys don't come cheap (got to pay for those big Disney licenses somehow).

With the launch of Amazon in Australia, our sights were set firmly on the deluge of LEGO kits coming this year to align with the release of Star Wars VIII: The Last Jedi. Below we've compared some of the most popular LEGO kits on Amazon side-by-side with Australian retailers to see who comes out on top.

ProductamazonTargetKmartLegoBig WToys R Us
LEGO Star Wars Kylo Ren's TIE Fighter playset$109$99$109.00$129.99$119$109.99
LEGO Jungle Cargo Helicopter Play set$20$22$20$29.99$20$19.99
LEGO Darth Vader Transformation Play set$35.20$35.20$39$44.99$39$44.99
LEGO First Order Heavy Scout Walker™ Play set$79$79$88$99.99$88$99.99
LEGO Police Station Play Set$99$103.20$119$159.99$95$159.99
LEGO First Order Star Destroyer$174.97$183.20$199.00$229.99$198$199.99

Prices are as checked on 5 Dec 2017 and may be subject to change. Prices include any discounts, but exclude shipping charges and used products.

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