Asda is currently offering the LEGO® Classic Creative Fun set for £20. The 900 piece LEGO Classic set, is filled with bricks and is the perfect sort of set for those who just like to see where their creativity takes them or for all the MOC builders out there. It features a decent array of elements and colours, so is definitely worth picking up on your next big shop in Asda. The set can be found in Asda stores and can also be ordered online at george.com.
Choose from 900 colourful LEGO pieces to build fun creative toys! Enjoy endless creativity and fun with the LEGO® Classic 11005 Creative Fun set. Choose from a perfect mix of brightly coloured LEGO building bricks and pieces, including eyes, wheels, doors, windows and hinges. Create animals, buildings, vehicles and LEGO models with a hint of nostalgia, including an old-fashioned typewriter and a vintage biplane. This set offers 3 levels of building complexity and makes an excellent starter set for budding LEGO builders. Includes age-appropriate building instructions to help children unlock their creative building skills, with further inspiration available online.
- Includes a perfect mix of LEGO® bricks and pieces for creating classic toys, including eyes, wheels, windows doors and hinges.
- Features bright and colourful LEGO® bricks and pieces that allow for open-ended creative play.
- This construction toy provides 3 levels of building complexity for budding LEGO® builders.
- Visit LEGO.com/classic for additional building instructions, fun videos, ideas and inspiration.
- Comes with a brick separator to make building and rebuilding easier.
- Let creativity grow with LEGO® Classic building sets!
- This set includes 900 pieces.
- This LEGO® building set offers an age-appropriate build and play experience for ages 4+
14th May 2019
Only online – my local store had loads in shop at £29.97 but would not honour the price on the website – wanted me to order via the site even though it was physically in store.
However the creator set that is on the site (Pirate play house one) is only £20 instore but more expensive online at £29.97 so I wonder if there was a mix up in the codes somewhere
14th May 2019
All the stores near me have it at £20 at the weekend so not sure why all stores aren’t on the same price point. Unless it’s gone up in price since article was first published
9th October 2019
This is 2 for £25 in morrisons currently. 1800 bricks for £25 is an absolute steal!