Lego lovers: you might want to check out Argos' Cyber Monday sale on a load of Lego sets and models

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It's Cyber Monday, which means you should probably make sure you've had a proper browse through our best Cyber Monday music deals guide. If, however, you happen to be a Lego fan - and maybe you didn't quite find exactly what you fancied in the Cyber Weekend deals Lego themselves have had on over the last few days - it's worth having a peek over at Argos, who currently have two dozen lego items on sale

A deal that immediately jumped out at us was this awesome Lego Optimus Prime figure, down from £160 to £106.50. That's Over £20 cheaper than Lego themselves currently have it for in their sale.

Argos: tech, toys and more for less

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Whether it's a hoover, some new headphones or that new Lego set you've secretly had your eyes on, Argos have plenty of deals on worth your time

If you owned a Sega Genesis as a kid, you may find it hard to resist this very cool Sonic The Hedgehog Green Hill Zone set, down from £70 to £40. That's cheaper than we've found it anywhere else by at least £12. 

If dinosaurs are more your thing, or you have a young relative who didn't agree with you that the Jurassic World trilogy totally ruined the series, there's also a Lego Jurassic World T.rex And Atrociraptor Set that's currently £50, down from £90.

If, however, you want a Lego build that is very much exclusively for adults (hey, it literally says it in the description!), and you're a big Marvel fan, this Lego Thanos Infinity Gauntlet is £45, down from £80. It's the kind of thing you can totally sneak onto a mantlepiece and claim as an ornament rather than a toy, too. Win-win!

We have tons of guides to all the deals you need to know about this Cyber Monday. Have a look at some of them below:

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