LEGO’s 3,000-piece Ideas Tree House is getting a rare discount up to $170, more from $11

Amazon now offers LEGO Ideas tree house set for $169.99 shipped. Typically recouping $200, you’re looking at a rare 15% saving and a match with Amazon’s bottom. After being marked for retirement at the end of 2021, today’s offer gives you one last time to save on creating 3,036 coins before it’s gone for good. Standing over 14 inches tall, the LEGO Ideas Treehouse is one of the biggest fan-inspired creations to date and assembles a construction rich in detail. Complete with a furnished interior, there are also interchangeable leaves to mix up the treehouse look for spring or fall. The LEGO Group also includes four minifigures as well as plenty of accessories to complete the brick treehouse itself. Take a closer look at our launch coverage, then head below for more on $11.

Other notable LEGO offerings:

As for the latest from LEGO Ideas, earlier this week saw the official launch of the new Globe set which will launch next month. Arriving with 2,600 pieces, this build recreates a near life-size globe that can actually spin, complete with an ornamental base and more. Check out our launch coverage for all the details. Then go read our exclusive report on the next LEGO Boba Fett’s Palace set.

Features of the LEGO Ideas Treehouse:

Build, display and play with this intricately detailed 3036-piece LEGO Ideas 21318 Tree House playset. A complex build for experienced LEGO builders that the whole family will love to play with, it features a landscape base, a tree that can take different shapes and 3 LEGO treehouses, master bedroom, bathroom and master bedroom. ‘child. The tree has interchangeable sets of green leaves (summer) and yellow and brown leaf elements (autumn), these elements and various plant elements on the base are all made from durable plant-based polyethylene plastic and the Shaft and cabin roofs are removable to allow easy access.

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