Lego Super Mario Bowser Set Gets Massive Discount At Best Buy

This is the best price ever on the nearly 3,000-piece set starring King Koopa.


Best Buy has the best deal yet on the Lego Super Mario Mighty Bowser set. Right now, you can grab the massive 2,807-piece Lego set for $216, down from $270. As the biggest and arguably most exciting kit in the Lego Super Mario line, Mighty Bowser is an impressive display piece that also interacts with other Lego Super Mario sets starring Mario, Luigi, and Peach. It's certainly possible this deal will sell out before the promotion ends, so you should order as soon as possible if interested.

With nearly 3,000 pieces in the kit, this isn’t a project for the faint of heart. However, once you’ve assembled Bowser, he’ll be able to interact with the Lego Mario, Luigi, or Peach kits--giving them a formidable foe to battle against. You can also create different poses using a button under his shell, and he can even shoot (fake) fireballs from his mouth.

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All told, Mighty Bowser measures 12.5 inches tall, 16 inches wide, and 11 inches deep. It's the most elaborate set in the Lego Super Mario lineup, and it’s a great deal at this new low price.

While this Bowser Lego set is great on its own, you’ll obviously get the most mileage out of it when paired with a Lego Super Mario Starter set. And as fate would have it, those sets are on sale today. Swing over to Amazon and you’ll find the Mario Starter Set for $48 (down from $60), the Luigi Starter Set for $48 (down from $60), and the Peach Starter Set for $48 (down from $60). You can also grab the cool Lego Super Mario Creativity Toolbox for $48 right now.

We’re not sure how long any of these deals will last (especially the Bowser deal, as this set rarely sees a price cut), so be sure to check them out while you can.

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