We had a glimpse of LEGO’s October Store Calendar a few days ago highlighting the rehash of the iconic LEGO Star Wars Death Star 75159. As it seems, we now have complete information on what we can expect from LEGO Stores next month. Click on the images below for a closer look, and read on for a summary of LEGO’s offerings for October.
September 30: The LEGO Star Wars Death Star (75159) will be available for purchase for the general public, with VIP members having early access on September 15.
October 1: The LEGO Creator Winter Holiday Train (10254) will make its public debut retailing at $99.99. VIP members can also avail this set as early as September 15 alongside with the Death Star 75159.
October 1-25: FREE Exclusive LEGO Holiday Countdown Calendar (40222) with purchases of $99 or more, while supplies last. Build and rebuild 24 new sets as you count down to the holidays.
October 1-31: For the whole of October, LEGO VIP members can enjoy double points for all purchases.
October 1-31: Join in the LEGO Nexo Knights Shield Search and Find, and earn exclusive power-ups to use in the app game.
October 4-5: The LEGO VIP Monthly Mini Model build is the Werewolf (40217). Registration starts on September 15.
October 14 & 28: Family Game Night at LEGO Brand Stores from 4pm-7pm. Bring in the family to play Who Am I? (40161) and Pirates Chess (40158). Just for participating at any LEGO Store, you can get Who Am I? for 50% off when you purchase the Pirates Chess set.
October 15: Exclusive VIP building event for fans of LEGO Friends at all LEGO brand stores. Participating members can even get to bring their own creation home. Additionally, they will receive an exclusive LEGO Friends Pop Star Red Carpet (30205) polybag as a token for participating.
LEGO Store’s October Calendar has also revealed the upcoming LEGO Ideas Caterham Seven 620R (21307) by Carl Greatrix. Though we do not have LEGO’s official statement and images yet, it is expected that the set will retail at around $80.
What can you say about next month’s LEGO Store Calendar? What do you think is the most exciting about it? Share us a word or two through the comments below.