Amazon: Lego Friends City Park Cafe Set $19.40 (down from $29.99)!

November 19, 2012 · 5 comments

by Jennie

Update: Yay! This price is back again on Amazon! Hurry if you want a set as this did not last very long yesterday! (Thanks Lynette!)

Amazon currently has the Lego Friends City Park Cafe Set for $19.40 (down from $29.99)! This set even has a four our of five star customer rating.

Here is some additional information on the set:

  • Includes Andrea and Marie mini-doll figures and features kitchen area, inside and outside dining areas, counter and cash register
  • Accessories include money bricks, frying pan, spatula, muffin tins, mixer, utensils, baking tray, bowl, pie and juice carton
  • Make tasty treats for your friends in the cafe kitchen, meet up after school and hang in the outdoor dining area, cash out the customers with money bricks and register or rebuild and create new places to play
  • Lego Friends pieces are fully compatible with all Lego System bricks
  • Collect all of the Lego Friends sets for whole world of Lego Friends fun


Get Free Shipping on this order in one of three ways:

1. Have an order over $25 to qualify for Super Saver Shipping
2. Use an Amazon Prime Membership
3. Pay with your Discover Card and use the coupon code DSCVRHSP.




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Mommy Kane November 19, 2012 at 2:41 PM

I got one for the same price on Walmart.com and selected ship to store for free, since I didn’t have a larger order to qualify for free shipping on Amazon.

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Lynette November 19, 2012 at 2:23 PM

This deal is back on Amazon now!

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Jennie November 19, 2012 at 2:36 PM

Yay! Thanks for letting us know Lynette!

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Shari via the Bargain Blessings Facebook Page November 18, 2012 at 11:11 PM

what age is this good for?

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Mommy Kane November 19, 2012 at 2:40 PM

It states 6-12 on the box, my daughter has loved these since last year when she was 4 1/2. I imagine many 5 year old girls would be able to assemble these with an adult helper. Great fun!

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