LEGO Black Friday 2019 deals and 1989 Batmobile are now live!

Black Friday 2019 is finally here, and if you’re like me, you’ve been waiting for one thing and one thing only – the 1989 Batmobile which launches today.

Here are the regional prices and links for the LEGO 1989 Batmobile (76139), which should be live when it ticks over to Friday, 29 December in your timezone.

Here’s a rundown of some other offers running on for Black Friday. has Black Friday and Cyber Monday hubs for all regions participating, where they’re discounting plenty of sets by 20% and 30%.

In Australia, the LEGO Disney Train and Station is at 30% off which is a really good deal… and probably closer to what people would pay for it.

Don’t forget to also check the Retiring Soon section as some of the sets that you may have been procrastinating on may be retiring soon.

If you’d like to find out about flash sales, and other limited-time offers (like yesterday’s AU$173 Voltron or $53 Porg on Amazon Australia), be sure to follow the Jay’s Brick Blog Facebook page and turn on notifications to ensure you see posts as soon as they go up.

Mini 1989 Batmobile Gift with purchase

As if the 1989 Batmobile isn’t a compelling enough purchase, LEGO are also offering the mini version of Tim Burton’s iconic Batmobile with all purchases of the big Batmobile.

The mini version looks sick, and makes for a perfect desk companion or collectible.

Check out this page to find out more.

Christmas Tree Gift with Purchase

In Australia you’ll also receive this LEGO Christmas Tree for free with any purchase over AU$200. In the United States the purchase threshold is US$120 and in the UK, the threshold is £120.

Brick Friday 2019 Exclusive Minifigure

This one is a bit of a mysterious one targeted at collectors of rare minifigures – a commemorative Brick Friday 2019 minifigure.

In Australia, it’s been revealed that it will be available on Monday 2 December 2019 with purchases over AU$129. A bit of a pain as if you’re wanting to buy the 1989 Batmobile to get the mini version, the mini might be sold out by the time Monday rolls around.

Up to you if you want to roll the dice.

That’s it for the LEGO Black Friday 2019 deals! Are you/have you picked anything up during the biggest e-commerce sale event of the year? Let me know in the comments!

9 responses to “LEGO Black Friday 2019 deals and 1989 Batmobile are now live!”

  1. Andy says:

    Took the opportunity to visit our new Lego store in Birmingham UK yesterday and got to see the Batmobile.

    It’s a bit of a beast! I thought it was expensive when I first saw it, but in the flesh you can see why!

    I’d say it was in scale with the Mustang, but obviously being the Batmobile, it’s a lot bigger!

    One for the “if I win the lottery” list though. I simply wouldn’t have anywhere to display it when built.

  2. jh6 says:

    Missed out on the Saturn V Apollo… for $79 , I saw this morning…. Afternoon as I was prepared to purchase it, … it went back up to its overpriced $179… not a whole day sale, you never know what will drop in price the next day.

  3. Ilyas says:

    Disney train for me. Wth is with the VIP points these days….heard it was hard to use but geez.

    • Jay says:

      Nice one! Yeah, VIP points are such a pain. I absolutely hate that I have to jump through so many hoops just to get an extra $7 or $15 dollars off.

  4. Mark says:

    I accidentally spent too much on the VIP weekend, so the Holder Of The Credit Card has forbidden me from snapping this one up. 🙁 Really wanted that little Batmobile too!

    • Jay says:

      I feel the pain. I’ve been fairly disciplined with spending, so this was a planned spurge.

      The little Batmobile is sold out! Its price is definitely gonna skyrocket on the secondary market at this rate.

      • Craig says:

        Anyone in Melbourne after the Batmobile and the smaller one together. Doncaster Lego shop has had them in and is getting more on Monday

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