Score Big Savings on Animal Crossing Lego Sets Before Prime Day!

This is the best deal we’ve seen on the priciest of Lego’s Animal Crossing sets, Nook’s Cranny and Rosie’s House.

By Phil Hornshaw on July 8, 2024 at 4:08PM PDT

Lego just started releasing Animal Crossing sets in March, and since they’re so new, there haven’t been many opportunities to snag them for anything less than full price. That changes today, thanks to the big sale Walmart is currently running (and Amazon is matching), which sees 20% knocked off the price for the Nook’s Cranny and Rosie’s House set.

The set is the biggest of Lego’s Animal Crossing offerings, and as such, it’s also the most expensive. It usually retails for $75, but the 20%-off discount running right now brings the price down to $60. The Nook’s Cranny and Rosie’s House set contains 535 pieces to construct both buildings, and includes Lego versions of both Animal Crossing characters, Tom Nook and Rosie, to go in them.

There are five Animal Crossing sets in total, and Walmart has 20% discounts on four of them during its sale, so you can fill out the whole collection and save a little money while doing it. Here’s the full list.

If you prefer to buy from Amazon, you can also get a discount on the Nook’s Cranny and Rosie’s House sets, but the deals on the rest of Amazon’s Lego Animal Crossing stock are significantly weaker.

Walmart’s sale this week is its answer to Amazon Prime Day, which runs July 16-17. It’s bringing discounts to items all over the store, as much as 50%, so you’ll want to check out all the deals Walmart is running.

One of the best is a big discount on the Walmart-exclusive Animal Crossing Nintendo Switch Lite bundle. It’s only $159 during the sale, down from the usual price of $200. The bundle includes a custom Animal Crossing-themed Switch Lite and an Animal Crossing full-game download code.

There are a few other notable discounts on video games and gaming accessories, as well:

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