LEGO City Farm 2022 Sets Teased by a French Retailer

We’re closing out April 2022 with several reveals of new and upcoming LEGO sets later this year. They’ve ranged from mere names and numbers to having actual images. Their sources vary from online retailers to LEGO itself, even when there are no LEGO.com product listings yet. Take for instance the LEGO Creator 3-in-1 Viking Ship (31132) or LEGO City Freight Train (60336). They got sort of spoiled on LEGO’s Building Instructions portal and mobile app. Not up for trains in LEGO City? Then how about going rural with these LEGO City Farm 2022 sets?

Brickset gives us info on three new farm-themed LEGO City sets. Images of them popped up on JoueClub, another online retailer this time from France. All sets are geared for young LEGO builders. One even has a vehicle with “turning action” features. Here are some photos, plus whatever product details JoueClub has:

Chicken Henhouse (60344)

Age 5+ | 101 pieces | 1 minifigure | €9.99

LEGO City 2022 Farm

Farmers Market Van (60345)

Age 5+ | 310 pieces | 3 minifigures | €29.99

Barn and Farm Animals (60346)

Age 5+ | 230 pieces | 4 minifigures | €49.99

Again, we might be seeing these LEGO City Farm 2022 sets being launched this coming June. Stay tuned as we keep watch over at LEGO.com for their official reveal.

NOTE: Links have been updated to include affiliate links from LEGO.com since these sets are now expected to be released 1st of June. 

Check Out This Week’s Best Amazon LEGO Deals!

Hey there Brick Fans! Its great to be back here at TBS. Its been a rather long hiatus from my end, but hey I hope everyone’s doing well after all the craziness of this pandemic. Its also great to see that our love for the brick is still as strong as ever, and with the latest wave of LEGO Creator and City sets slated to be released very soon, there’s more reason to be excited. But while waiting for these latest LEGO releases, let’s dive in and see what Amazon LEGO deals are out there to keep us building through out the weekend.

I’ve compiled some of the most recently available Amazon LEGO deals that you can take advantage of today. So if you’re looking to add a few LEGO sets to your collection, or just want to pick up some badly needed bricks and accessories, then be sure to check out these deals! In no particular order, these sets are now available over at Amazon for up to 25% discount.

Just a quick note. By clicking on these affiliate links and making a purchase, TBS will earn a commission that helps support the site, and keep it running.

LEGO Marvel Iron Man: Iron Monger Mayhem (76190)

479 pieces | LEGO.com listed price: $39.99 | Amazon: $32.99 (18%)

LEGO Marvel Infinity Gauntlet (76191)

590 pieces | LEGO.com listed price: $69.99 | Amazon: $65.43 (save $4.56) 

 

LEGO Star Wars Imperial TIE Fighter (75300)

432 pieces | LEGO.com listed price: $39.99 | Amazon: $32 (20% off, save $7.99)

 

LEGO Star Wars Millennium Falcon™ Microfighter (75295)

101 pieces | LEGO.com listed price: $9.99 | Amazon: $7.99 (20% off, save $2)

 

LEGO Star Wars AT-AT vs. Tauntaun Microfighters (75298)

205 pieces | LEGO.com listed price: $19.99 | Amazon: $16 (20% off, $3.99)

 

LEGO Star Wars The Child (75318)

1,073 pieces | LEGO.com listed price: $79.99 | Amazon: $63.77 (20% off, $16.22)

 

LEGO Adventures with Mario Starter Course (71360)

231 pieces | LEGO.com listed price: $59.99 | Amazon: $46 (23% off, save $13.99)

 

LEGO Adventures with Luigi Starter Course (71387)

280 pieces | LEGO.com listed price: $59.99 | Amazon: $45.80 (24% off, save $14.19)

 

LEGO Ninjago Tournament of Elements (71735)

283 pieces | LEGO.com listed price: $29.99 | Amazon: 24.00 (20% off, save $5.99)

 

 LEGO Ninjago Boulder Blaster (71736)

449 pieces | LEGO.com listed price: $39.99 | Amazon: $32 (20% off, save $7.99)

 

LEGO Creator 3-in-1 Safari Wildlife Tree House (31116)

397 pieces | LEGO.com listed price: $29.99 | Amazon: $23.94 (20% off, save $6.05)

 

LEGO Creator 3-in-1 Surfer Beach House (31118)

564 pieces | LEGO.com listed price: $49.99 | Amazon: $39.95 (20% off, save $10.04)

 

LEGO City Fire Rescue Helicopter (60281)

212 pieces | LEGO.com listed price: $39.99 | Amazon: 31.99 (20% off, save $8)

 

LEGO City Holiday Camper Van (60283)

190 pieces | LEGO.com listed price: 19.99 | Amazon: 15.99 (20% off, save $4) 

 

LEGO Large Creative Brick Box (10698)

790 pieces | LEGO.com listed price: $59.99 | Amazon: 42.99 (28% off, save $17)

 

Better hurry if you want to have these sets added to your cart, since we don’t exactly know until when these Amazon LEGO deals will exactly last. Of course, you can still get them over at LEGO.com but if you want to save on your LEGO purchases and then you need to take advantage of these discounts.

 

New Pics, Info for Upcoming LEGO City Freight Train (60336)

Even if a new LEGO set you know is coming doesn’t have an official LEGO.com product listing yet, don’t fret. Perhaps some retailer might reveal it in advance. But maybe LEGO.com already has info on that upcoming item beyond just the product listing. There have been times when the Building Instructions page gets info on LEGO sets early too, with images even. This has happened this week with an upcoming LEGO City train set. It even included nice images of the product that has been shared before LEGO’s official announcement.

This juicy bit of info comes to us courtesy of German LEGO new source Promobricks. To wit, they got image of the upcoming LEGO City Freight Train (60336). This is one of three locomotive-related LEGO City sets primed to launch in June. The pictures even come with set data and European pricing too. Here’s a closer look at the set, plus its pertinent product info:

Freight Train (60336)

1,153 pieces | 6 minifigures | Powered Up function | €179.99 | Coming June 1

Freight Train is part of a new batch of loco LEGO City sets coming out this year. The other two are a new Train Station (60335) and Passenger Express (60337). While we got images for Freight Train (60336) first, it’ll be Passenger Express that’ll be reliably available on wide retail. At least that’s what Promobricks reports. Apparently Freight Train and Train Station may only be guaranteed available via LEGO.com Shop. We’re going to need clarification on this and hope LEGO gives us an official reveal/product listing soon.

Huge March 1 LEGO Set Launch Recap

Hey, it’s the first day of the month once again. March 1, 2022. By this point the New Year must no longer feel so new. Before we go off track however, we’ll get right down to what this update is about: first-day LEGO product launches. We certainly enjoyed covering these sets when they first officially came out. And like before, for your easy reference we’re collecting their LEGO.com product listings together here. Our big thanks again to The Brick Fan for any March 1-releasing LEGO product we may have missed. Also linked are our past articles, if we caught them.

Creator Expert
Duplo
  • Police Station Helicopter (10959)
  • Police Motorcycle (10967)
  • Doctor Visit (10968)
  • Fire Station Helicopter (10970)
  • Green Building Plate (10980)
LEGO Classic
  • Creative Monsters (11017)
  • Creative Ocean Fun (11018)
  • Bricks and Functions (11019)
  • Green Baseplate (11023)
  • Gray Baseplate (11024)
  • Blue Baseplate (11025)
  • White Baseplate (11026)
LEGO Art
Creator 3-in-1
LEGO Creator
BrickHeadz
LEGO Friends
  • Pet Clinic Ambulance (41694)
  • Pet Playground (41698)
  • Pet Adoption Cafe (41699)
  • Vacation Beach House (41709)
  • Pet Day-Care Center (41718)
DOTS
  • Bag Tags Mega Pack – Messaging (41949)
  • Lots of DOTS – Lettering (41950)
  • Message Board (41951)
  • Big Message Board (41952)
Technic
LEGO Disney
  • Ariel’s Underwater Palace (43207)
  • Elsa and the Nokk’s Ice Stable (43209)
LEGO City
  • Lunar Roving Vehicle (60348)
  • Lunar Space Station (60349)
  • Lunar Research Base (60350)
  • Rocket Launch Center (60351)
Ninjago
  • Kai’s Spinjitzu Ninja Training (70688)
  • Lloyd’s Spinjitzu Ninja Training (70689)
  • Jay’s Spinjitzu Ninja Training (70690)
  • Ninja Training Center (71764)
LEGO Star Wars
LEGO Marvel
LEGO Harry Potter
Speed Champions
  • 1970 Ferrari 512 M (76906)
  • Lotus Evija (76907)
  • Lamborghini Countach (76908)
  • Mercedes-AMG F1 W12 E Performance & Mercedes-AMG Project One (76909)
  • Aston Martin Valkyrie AMR Pro & Aston Martin Vantage GT3 (76910)

Enjoy your LEGO Shopping!

More 2022 Sets from German Catalog: LEGO City

We saw more of what to expect from LEGO Harry Potter for next year. What other delightful LEGO sets can we expect according to the German-language LEGO Early-2022 Catalog? Plenty of our usual LEGO news sources have pored over scans of that catalog. Here we have a contribution from Brickset, and it’s for the LEGO City line. These expected sets for next year don’t dwell much on cityscapes however. Instead they continue a sub-series for space exploration we’ve seen in other revealed City sets. In a way they confirm some City Space rumors we covered last month, but not all.

These LEGO City sets feel like foreshadowing for NASA’s Artemis program towards a renewed manned lunar mission. We know LEGO and NASA are pretty tight regarding cross-promotion. The former developed a LEGO Education STEAM exploration series about it, “Build to Launch.” Our new reveals from the catalog don’t confirm the alleged inclusion of “Build to Launch” minifig characters. Still, we can look forward to these items later on in 2022.

Moon Rover (60348)

275 pieces | 3 minifigures | $33.81

Lunar Space Station (60349)

500 pieces | 5 minifigures | $$67.63

As always, prices in $ are direct conversions from the Euro pricing of these LEGO sets from the catalog.

More 2022 LEGO Polybag Images Surface

Early this month, we covered the reveal of the first LEGO polybags noted to be coming next year. Already we at The Brick Show felt that this batch of 2022 polys would only be the tip of the iceberg. Indeed they were, even if that was barely a surprise. Small and simple as they are, multiple unique LEGO polybags can be churned out in a year. Promobricks.de gives us word of these new reveals, courtesy of brickdex.io, a new price comparison platform. We’ve got multiple polybags under major LEGO themes unlike last time. There’s still no word however on which polybags will sell in-store and which are promo items only.

City
  • Police Robot Unit (30587)

  • Go-Kart Racer (30589)

Creator
  • 3-in-1 Tropical Parrot (30581)

  • Birthday Bear (30582)

  • Monster Truck (30594)

DC
  • The Batman – Batmobile (30455)

DOTS
  • Pineapple Photo Holder (30560)

Ninjago
  • Mini Thunder Raider (30592)

  • Lloyd Suit Mech (30593)

2022 LEGO Polybag Images Revealed

As you may have noticed, LEGO is now announcing sets coming this 2022, left and right. The reveals range across all popular themes and licensed IPs, as well as size. From sprawling city skylines to towering sci-fantasy rockets to adorable BrickHeadz, the January 1 launch window’s pretty packed. That goes also for the extremely small end of the LEGO set spectrum. Beyond a new LEGO Star Wars Microfighter we’ll also be seeing a selection of polybags. Granted, this particular LEGO reveal is sparsely detailed in comparison. We have no idea if the polybags are purchasable as is or GWPs instead, and when they’ll even appear.

While the following next-year LEGO polybags haven’t even got a LEGO.com listing, we at least know how they look now. Particularly noteworthy is the Technic polybag. Early in November the UK-published “LEGO Giant Series” Technic Mag featured a polybag in the cover. Their product numbers are even close enough by a few tens. Apparently they’d be the first Technic polybags to come out since the last ones in 2000. Sounds like it’s certainly worth collecting, along with the rest, as covered by The Brick Fan:

  • LEGO Friends Market Stall (30416)

  • LEGO Technic Volvo Wheel Loader (30433)

  • LEGO Star Wars AT-ST (30495)

  • LEGO Monkie Kid Monkie Kid’s Underwater Journey (30562)

  • LEGO City Kids’ Playground (30588)

That’s all we have for now, but we’ll bet more LEGO polybags will follow throughout 2022.

New LEGO Sets and Minifigures Releasing this September 1st

It’s September, and that means the year 2021 is on its final quarter stretch. For LEGO this means a big wave of product releases serving as a teaser for the coming holidays. Multiple new LEGO sets take center stage in this release bonanza. Licensed LEGO themes such as Marvel, Star Wars, Jurassic World, and Harry Potter all have new sets to offer this month. Let’s take a look at these new arrivals, all currently listed over at LEGO Shop@Home. To add them to your LEGO carts, you may click on their respective affiliate links below.

LEGO Jurassic World

They have the lion’s share of new sets at four. They are:

T-Rex Dinosaur Fossil Exhibition (76940)

198 pieces | $29.99

 

New LEGO Sets

 

Stygimoloch Dinosaur Escape (76939)

129 pieces | $39.99

 

Carnotaurus Dinosaur Chase (76941)

240 pieces | $49.99

New LEGO Sets

 

Baryonyx Dinosaur Boat Escape (76942)

308 pieces | $79.99

LEGO Jurassic World

LEGO Stars Wars

The Armorer’s Mandalorian Forge (75319)

258 pieces | $29.99

New LEGO Sets

LEGO Marvel

It’s only minifigures. But watch the MCU series and animated anthology “What If?”, currently airing on Disney+, then you’ll recognize them all:

LEGO Marvel Studios Collectible Minifigures (71031)

Advent Calendars

Here we find sets for LEGO Friends and LEGO City. They come out alongside the above-mentioned themes, plus “Harry Potter” too. Let’s see:

LEGO Friends 2021 Advent Calendar (41690)

370 pieces | $29.99

New LEGO Sets

 

LEGO City 2021 Advent Calendar (60303)

349 pieces | $29.99

 

LEGO Star Wars 2021 Advent Calendar (75307)

335 pieces | $39.99

New LEGO Sets

 

LEGO Marvel The Avengers 2021 Advent Calendar (76196)

295 pieces | $39.99

 

LEGO Harry Potter 2021 Advent Calendar (76390)

274 pieces | $39.99

 

That’s done. What are you waiting for? Go get ‘em now.

LEGO Officially Reveals Selected LEGO City and Creator Set Variants

Last week, we reported on a subtle addition to the functionality of the LEGO Shop@Home webpage interface. A color selection option was implemented on two of its products: the LEGO Creator sets Expert Fiat 500 (10271) and 3-in-1 Mighty Dinosaurs (31058). This hinted that these two sets, and perhaps many others, could have set variants produced.

At the time of that report, the color options for the above-mentioned LEGO Creator sets were only their originals. Nearly a week later, LEGO itself has made an official announcement of this feature. Along with that comes the reveal of the first alternative colors.

The LEGO Group finally shed light on the variant color option for selected sets on its home shopping portal, describing it as a limited-time pilot project. Here’s their official statement:

The LEGO Group is running a pilot with a small number of products to gain a deeper understanding of what our fans want from our portfolio and where they prefer to shop for new or unique products.

The pilot includes variations of some of our existing products, so we can find out more about the colors and sizes of sets that fans of all ages want to see more of in our portfolio.

It certainly sounds like good news, and if you’re wondering about the catch then here it is. Most of these set color variants will be available only in the UK and Ireland. This is via their regional LEGO Shop@Home, physical stores, and third-party retailers. The variations on selected LEGO sets will only be available in these areas until November 30, or while supplies last. The LEGO Creator Expert Fiat 500 recolor is the sole exception. LEGO Shop@Home UK can ship this one internationally.

So far, LEGO has marked four sets for variants. The first two are, as already stated, the aforementioned LEGO Creator sets. LEGO Creator Expert Fiat 500 (10271) has an additional blue color scheme renumbered as set 77942 in addition to its original yellow.

The LEGO Creator 3-in-1 Mighty Dinosaurs (31058), aside from green, now has brown (77940) and blue (77941) recolored versions.

Set Variants

Set Variants

The other two sets with variants are from LEGO City, but as re-scales of an earlier retired set the LEGO City Fire Station (60110) from 2016,  and not exactly recolors. These are the LEGO City Fire Station Starter (77943) and the larger LEGO City Fire Station Headquarters (77944).

Set Variants

Here’s hoping the pilot test for this thing in the UK takes off. Maybe then LEGO will make these set variants available internationally, and with more to follow.

LEGO Creator Sets Now Offered in Multiple Color Variations

In case you haven’t noticed yet, LEGO Shop@Home has been recently updated to now include a new functionality on certain of its product pages, particularly applied to some LEGO Creator sets as of this posting.

As pointed out by Stone Wars, the product pages for LEGO Creator Expert Fiat 500 (10271) and LEGO Creator 3-in-1 Mighty Dinosaurs (31058) have been updated to include what looks like to be a color selection function. For now, it seems that LEGO has not yet fine-tuned this page function since we only have a static selection bubble that shows the original color of the set. One can say that this might be experimental as of the moment, and a sort of foreshadowing of what LEGO has to offer for the coming weeks. If I’m not mistaken, this is the very first time that I’ve seen LEGO pulled out an offer like this, providing multiple color variations for a set. The prospect is exciting actually and I would like to see certain LEGO sets offered in other color schemes as well.

LEGO has added what looks like to be color selection options on these LEGO Creator product pages over at LEGO Shop@Home.

Word on brick street is that this recent development may actually become a possibility, with LEGO studying the feasibility and appeal of having several color options of its sets. The capability of choosing a differently-colored set is obviously not practical for all of LEGO’s set offerings, and seeing that they opted for LEGO Creator sets to jumpstart this feature is a good place to start. There were some speculations also that these color options might extend to upcoming LEGO City sets as well, including the still-to-be-released LEGO City Fire Station Starter Set (77943) and Fire Station Headquarters (77944).

Whatever is the case, it is quite certain that LEGO is now prepping up its online shopping portal and is now paving a way for a new and unique customer experience with this color selection capabilities. I guess we can see more developments in the coming weeks, or once September sets in. I’ll keep you posted on this. In the meantime, be sure to check out some of the newer LEGO Creator Expert sets such as the now-available Volkswagen T2 Camper Van (10279) and the upcoming Pickup Truck (10290). Who knows, we might get recolored versions of these sets as well. We just have to wait and see.