New Ravensburgers now on Amazon UK Buy-For-Less!


Those of you who, like me, adore British puzzles but don’t live in Britain have the albatross of expensive shipping to deal with. My favorite place to buy British puzzles is on from a vendor called Buy-For-Less.  Why? Because their puzzle prices aren’t much higher than Amazon’s (and sometimes they are even less) and they have a flat shipping fee of 4 pounds PER ORDER. So I sort of figure the first puzzle is 4 pounds shipping and the rest are free. (Yes, just one of the ways I justify my puzzle purchases to myself!)

The down side of Buy-For-Less is that it takes them a few weeks sometimes to get the new puzzles. But anywho, today I noticed that they had the new Ravensburger UK puzzles. Naturally, I placed a large order.

So if you’ve been thinking about purchasing these puzzles, now’s a good time. Just look at all available sellers that are offering a puzzle on and select the Buy-For-Less one.  They currently have:

What if: Birthday

The Cottage Garden: Spring

What if: Elizabeth and Raleigh

Vintage Flora

Perplexing: Crafty Yarn

Heroes and Heroines

The Fantastic Voyage

Best of British: Cricket Match

Crazy Cats in the playroom

Jumbo’s Pieces of History: The Castle

Amazon UK also has the 5000 piece Colin Thompson, and their shipping cost is quite reasonable for a puzzle that heavy.


6 thoughts on “New Ravensburgers now on Amazon UK Buy-For-Less!

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  1. Jane

    I have ordered many puzzles from BuyForLess and agree with you. They are a great vendor. I am always amazed that I get the puzzles from Great Britain in less than 2 weeks usually. Also so far, all of the puzzles have had free shipping.

    1. Thanks for the info, Steve. I think for Amazon US they build the shipping cost into the unit price (hence free shipping). It’s probably just as cheap or cheaper to buy from them on Amazon US unless you order a bunch at one time due to their Amazon UK flat rate shipping fee.

  2. Thank you again so much for your posts/alerts about the British puzzles. I had never heard of the Ravensburger “What If” series before reading your blog and I’ve now just completed my fourth one, the latest in the series, “Elizabeth and Raleigh.” It was so much fun! I finished it the day before yesterday but am still laughing at the completed puzzle! I love English history so this one was right up my alley! Thanks again!


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