March 2020 LEGO Store Calendar Out Now

LEGO has now published its March 2020 Store Calendar and with it, we can catch a glimpse of the various promos that will kick-start our spring brick-building. For starters, the upcoming LEGO DOTS customizable accessory kits take center stage in this monthly store calendar, together with other spring-themed building activities. Let’s check out the details.

Free Exclusive LEGO Trains 40th Anniversary Set (40370)

Promo period: March 1-15, 2020

March 2020 LEGO Store Calendar

We first spotted this set last month, with some sketchy details on when and how it will be available. Like other commemorative sets, this one will be exclusively available in all LEGO stores and at LEGO Shop@Home for a single-receipt, qualifying purchases of any LEGO merchandise worth $99 and above. Expect this to be popular among AFOLs especially those who are fans of LEGO Train sets. There are plenty of LEGO fan websites that already gave their thoughts about this set, and it only makes me more excited to have it. This is one set that I’m looking forward to adding to my collection.

Free LEGO DOTS Mini Frame (30556)

Promo period: March 9-22, 2020 

March 2020 LEGO Store Calendar

Further expanding the creative possibilities of the LEGO DOTS theme, LEGO is throwing another freebie with this exclusive polybag offering. Fans can expect this new LEGO DOTS Mini Frame (30556) to be added to their cart once their purchases reach a minimum of $35 or more anytime between March 9 to 22.

Free LEGO Easter Egg (40371)

Promo period: March 23-April 13, 2020

March 2020 LEGO Store Calendar

Here’s a cute, little Easter surprise from LEGO. Every LEGO purchase that you make from March 23 to April 13 worth $50 and above will entitle you to a free customizable LEGO Easter Egg (40371) set. Though we do not have official images of this promotional item, on the get-go we can see that its design is somewhat similar to what LEGO released in the UK back in 2004 (sets 4212850 & 4212852). Its retail value of $12.99 may also suggest that this free set will clock in at more or less 100 pieces. The brick-built chick is a cute addition to this freebie, with the yellow and green color scheme perfectly complementing the vibrant mood of spring. Be sure to check this out towards the last week of March if you want to bag this one.

Free LEGO Easter Bunny (30550)

Promo period: March 23-April 13, 2020 

March 2020 LEGO Store Calendar

It seems that LEGO intends this next freebie to complement its LEGO Easter Egg promo. For a minimum single-receipt purchase worth  $30 or more, you’ll get to add the LEGO Easter Bunny (30550) for free. It’s a pretty neat set to add to the LEGO Easter Egg, where you can have both sets once your purchase reaches a $50 price point.

Build. Unbuild. Rebuild

In-store event: March 11, 2020

Kids ages 6 to 14 can come to their local LEGO Store between 4-7PM of March 11 to participate in this in-store building event. As a token for participating, each child will receive a small gift. However, parents or caretakers must ensure that their children are pre-registered at their local LEGO Store starting March 6.

How Do You DOT?

In-store event: March 19, 2020  

Participants ages 6 to 18 can visit their local LEGO Store on March 19 to create their own LEGO DOT accessory and bring it home for free as a gift for their selves. However, LEGO DOT bracelets (sets 41900, 41901, 41902, 41903 & 41912) needed for these accessories are sold separately. This building event requires in-store pre-registration beginning March 6.

Other than the LEGO DOTS sets, there are plenty more to watch out for once March kicks in such as the LEGO Spider-Man Venom Crawler (76163), LEGO Marvel Black Widow’s Helicopter Chase (76162), the LEGO Ninjago Golden Zane Minifigure Accessory Set (40374), and LEGO Fairground Minifigure Accessory Set (40373) to name a few. If you time your next LEGO purchase accordingly, it’s possible to get the commemorative LEGO Train 40th Anniversary Set and the LEGO DOTS Mini Frame in one go. It is also the same for the LEGO Easter-themed freebies since they are offered within the same promo period.

What are you most excited about in this March 2020 LEGO Store Calendar? Let us know in the comments below.

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More NYTF 2020 News: A Closer Look at the LEGO Minions Sets

LEGO has just listed its line-up of LEGO Minions tie-in sets at its Shop@Home portal just in time for the New York Toy Fair. However, it’s evident that LEGO is still holding back some details regarding these sets due to a limited number of images that it opted to upload on its servers. And this time around, they’re ready to show it all at their booth at NYTF. Thanks to The Brothers Brick who are still reporting live at the Javits Center, we can now have a hands-on, closer look at these little yellow guys.

Brick-Built Minions and Their Lair (75551)

LEGO Minions

The largest in this series, this set features a sizeable replica of Kevin and Stuart with a hidden surprise inside.

The box art for this set suggests that you can build Bob as the third minion in the group. However, bear in mind that if you prefer to display all of the three Minions major characters than you have to purchase two of these sets. It’s also a nice touch to see three unique builds or lairs dedicated to each of the three Minions: Stuart’s room features some items and gadgets supposedly to carry out their despicable plans, Kevin has his computer room filled with many of his ingenious plans and weapon schematics (I think I see a fart gun somewhere), and Bob has his martial arts room filled with all kinds of weapons to hone his villainous skills.

LEGO Minions

This set comes in at 876 pieces with three corresponding minifigures of Stuart (in blue pajamas), Kevin (with a white hard hat) and Bob (in his kung fu garb) all of which will retail for $49.99.

 

Minions Kung Fu Battle (75550)

LEGO Minions

LEGO Minions

Without being too spoilery about the film, this set features a Chinese temple build in predominantly red design. It also features a training ground, dragon puppet, and three minifigures: Stuart and Kevin in their kung-fu get-ups and the significantly larger Otto. I like how LEGO throws in a bunch of multi-colored bananas together with this set just for laughs. This LEGO Minions set comes in at 310 pieces and will retail for $39.99

 

Unstoppable Bike Chase (75549)

LEGO Minions

LEGO Minions

This third regular set from LEGO Minions features a buildable motorbike that perfectly reflects the budding nefarious deeds of the gang. It also comes with a red rocket skate for the Minions to ride on. But I guess what could be the main attraction for this set, especially for collectors, is the inclusion of an exclusive Gru minifigure. Since Minions: The Rise of Gru is a prequel of sorts, we can also expect a younger version of Gru, complete with his trademark scarf printed on his torso. He also comes with new medium legs. Other than the exclusive Gru minifig, this set also includes the minifigures of Bob and Stuart.

 

Minion Pilot in Training (75547)

LEGO Minions

LEGO Minions

One of the “4+” set in this series, this set features a small private plane and two minifigs: Stuart in a unique pilot uniform and Bob in blue overalls. This set comes in at 119 pieces and will retail for $29.99.

 

Minions in Gru’s Lab (75546) 

LEGO Minions

LEGO Minions

Another 4+ set, the Minions in Gru’s Lab features an orange slide, a red track, and a small rocket-powered coaster. This set will retail for $19.99 and comes in at 87 pieces.

 

Thanks again to The Brothers Brick for sharing these images. LEGO Minions sets are slated to be released starting April 27, with the Minions: The Rise of Gru scheduled to be released in theaters on July 3.

LEGO Friends Play Cubes Series 2 Showcased at NYTF 2020

The LEGO Friends Play Cubes Series 1 has just been released at the start of the year, and it looks like LEGO is all prepped to release another wave of these sets. The LEGO Booth at the New York Toy Fair took the opportunity of showcasing their LEGO Friends Play Cubes Series 2, with five additional sets scheduled to be released on April 1, 2020.

LEGO Friends Play Cubes

The Brothers Brick managed to snap some images of these sets, including a closer look at what we can expect from them. Retailing for $9.99 each similar to its predecessors, this next wave of LEGO Friends Play Cubes features several new pieces, particularly those of animal plush toy figures. I guess this is now becoming a trend with younger LEGO fans as LEGO finds out through their market research.

The LEGO Friends Play Cubes Series 2 centers on a shopping theme that includes a minidoll and a mystery animal plush which I assume is not so mysterious any more after this reveal. Though I’m not that much of a fan of the LEGO Friends theme, I appreciate what LEGO did here by including a set of four animal plush figures on each of Play Cube. The cool part is that these animal plush figures are based on new molds and colors.

Check out these images for a closer look and be sure to check with LEGO Shop@Home any time soon for more details. All images are courtesy of our friends from The Brothers Brick.

Andrea’s Shopping Play Cube (41405)

LEGO Friends Play Cubes

 

Stephanie’s Shopping Play Cube (41406)

LEGO Friends Play Cubes

 

Olivia’s Shopping Play Cube (41407)

LEGO Friends Play Cubes

 

Mia’s Shopping Play Cube (41408)

LEGO Friends Play Cubes

 

Emma’s Shopping Play Cube (41409)

LEGO Friends Play Cubes

More from NYTF 2020: LEGO Marvel Spider-Man Venomosaurus Ambush (76151) Revealed!

It looks like we’ll be seeing more of Venomized LEGO sets for this year. Following the official reveal of the LEGO Marvel Spider-Man Venom Crawler (76163), there is still one particular Venom-inspired set that LEGO has been putting under wraps since it was first presented at the Nuremberg Toy Fair last month. But this time, the LEGO Booth at the New York Toy Fair 2020 pulls the veil from the LEGO Marvel Spider-Man Venomosaurus Ambush (76151) for all LEGO fans to see. Zusammengebaut is still reporting from the Javits Center, sharing to us the rest of this set’s details.

For starters, I’ve opted not to post the box art image of the LEGO Marvel Spider-Man Venomosaurus Ambush (76151) just to be on the safe side of things. If you refer back to Andres’ post, the box in question that was displayed at the toy fair has the dreaded “CONFIDENTIAL” watermark clearly placed on it. Though Andres claims that the embargo for this set has been probably lifted by now as of press time, I think I will be playing it safe here.

LEGO Marvel Spider-Man Venomosaurus Ambush
Image courtesy of Zusammengebaut. The box art is blurred due to the CONFIDENTIAL watermark printed on it. 

Furthermore, I have to correct my earlier post when I said that the LEGO Marvel Spider-Man Venomosaurus Ambush (76151) features a dinosaur mech similar to what you can find in the LEGO Jurassic World T. rex vs Dino-Mech Battle (75938) set. As it turns out, it seems to be a genetically modified dino whose embryo has been corrupted by the Venom symbiote. It also includes a smaller monster truck build, a dinosaur egg incubator, and four minifigures, plus a skeleton.

LEGO Marvel Spider-Man Venomosaurus Ambush
Image courtesy of Zusammengebaut.
Image courtesy of Zusammengebaut.
LEGO Marvel Spider-Man Venomosaurus Ambush
Image courtesy of Zusammengebaut.

I love how the Venomized dino turned out actually, especially with its black and white color scheme. Though the venom plumes are made up of stickers, it doesn’t make this Venom Dino less menacing. However, I think LEGO Marvel fans will agree that one of the main selling points of this set is the inclusion of our first-ever Spider-Ham minifigure. The minifig itself comes with a new head mold and a hotdog accessory. The print on Spider-Ham’s head is pretty impressive, especially the details on its snout.

Image courtesy of Zusammengebaut.
LEGO Marvel Spider-Man Venomosaurus Ambush
Image courtesy of Zusammengebaut.

The LEGO Marvel Spider-Man Venomosaurus Ambush (76151) comes in at 640 pieces and is expected to be released on March 1st. There’s no mention of its retail price, but since the embargo is expected to be lifted soon, expect this set to be listed at LEGO Shop@Home any moments from now.

LEGO Star Wars D-O (75278) Coming In April, 2020

Following the reveal of the LEGO CMF Series 20 (71027) at the New York Toy Fair, LEGO has also unveiled another set dedicated to the next cutest droid in the Skywalker Saga. The LEGO Star Wars D-O (75278) set comes in at 519 pieces and is expected to retail for $69.99, as reported by Zusammengebaut.

LEGO Star Wars D-O
Image courtesy of Zusammengebaut.

This brick rendering of D-0 follows a kind of UCS style similar to what LEGO did with the LEGO BB-8 (75187) set back in 2017.  The LEGO Star Wars D-O (75278) set is slated to be released on April 19, a month ahead of the annual May the Fourth celebrations and promos.

LEGO Star Wars D-O
Image courtesy of Zusammengebaut.

Similar to its screen counterpart, this life-sized model of D-O (standing at almost 11 inches in height) emphasizes its monowheel form and its recognizable white and green color scheme. It should be noted that D-O’s wheel is fixed and does not rotate. It also comes with a base to keep it stable, its own UCS-style plaque and its own minifigure version similar to what you can find in LEGO Star Wars Rise of Skywalker sets such as the Resistance Y-wing Starfighter (75249) and Millennium Falcon (75257).

Image courtesy of Zusammengebaut.

Similar to LEGO Star Wars UCS sets, this LEGO Star Wars D-O set is better built for display purposes rather than for its play features – which is very much limited to its head being able to turn from left to right, and tilted up and down. The antennas at the back of his head may also be adjusted to give it a wide range of non-verbal cues, giving D-O a sort of personality and range of emotions as seen in the film.

LEGO Star Wars D-O
Image courtesy of Zusammengebaut.

Andres from Zusammengebaut also posted a video about the LEGO Star Wars D-O as you can see below.  Be sure to stay tuned here in our blogsite for more updates from the LEGO Booth at NYTF 2020.

LEGO Collectible Minifigures Series 20 (71027) Officially Revealed at the NYTF 2020

The New York Toy Fair 2020 is now happening at the Javits Center and as always, there are some cool reveals waiting to happen at the LEGO Booth this year. The Brothers Brick and German LEGO fan correspondent Andres Lehmann of Zusammengebaut are both at the floor of the International Toy Fair reporting the latest sets that are being unveiled at the LEGO Booth. And LEGO does not disappoint. The rumored LEGO Collectible Minifigures Series 20 (71027) has now been officially revealed and we can now have a closer look at what to expect from this new CMF series. Check out the following images below.

This latest LEGO CMF series marks the theme’s 10th year anniversary and is slated to be released sometime in May.

LEGO Collectible Minifigures Series 20 (71027)
LEGO Collectible Minifigures Series 20
Image courtesy of Zusammengebaut.
Boy with Piñata
Image courtesy of The Brothers Brick.
Hip Hop Girl with Speakers
LEGO Collectible Minifigures Series 20
Image courtesy of The Brothers Brick.
Pea Pod Costume Girl
Image courtesy of The Brothers Brick.
LEGO Collectible Minifigures Series 20
Image courtesy of Zusammengebaut.
Knight
Image courtesy of The Brothers Brick.

 

Female Pirate
LEGO Collectible Minifigures Series 20
Image courtesy of The Brothers Brick.

 

Rocket Fan Girl
Image courtesy of The Brothers Brick.
LEGO Collectible Minifigures Series 20
Image courtesy of The Brothers Brick.

 

Llama Costume Girl
Image courtesy of The Brothers Brick.

 

Viking
LEGO Collectible Minifigures Series 20
Image courtesy of The Brothers Brick.

 

Red Space Ranger
Image courtesy of The Brothers Brick.

 

Karate Guy
LEGO Collectible Minifigures Series 20
Image courtesy of The Brothers Brick.

 

Female Athlete with Discus and Javelin
Image courtesy of The Brothers Brick.

 

Female Diver with Turtle
LEGO Collectible Minifigures Series 20
Image courtesy of The Brothers Brick.

 

Green Brick Guy
Image courtesy of Zusammengebaut.

 

Musician with Keytar
LEGO Collectible Minifigures Series 20
Image courtesy of Zusammengebaut.

 

Girl in Bunny Pyjamas
Image courtesy of Zusammengebaut.

 

Drone Pilot
LEGO Collectible Minifigures Series 20
Image courtesy of Zusammengebaut.

 

LEGO Bags Three Wins for the 2020 Toy of the Year Awards

The Toy Association’s annual recognition for those who contributed a great deal in the toy industry has been concluded, and it’s great to know that out of 16 categories, LEGO managed to bag 3 wins for the 2020 Toy of the Year Awards. If you recall, 5 LEGO sets were shortlisted to be included as nominees across the various categories recognized by The Toy Association.

Held at the Ziegfeld Ballroom in New York City, the 20th Annual Toy of the Year (TOTY) Awards is like the “Oscars” of the toy industry where The Toy Association recognizes the best of the best among toys, games, and properties within the year. It also serves as a kick-off for the grandest toy fair on the planet, which is the North American International Toy Fair or better know as the New York Toy Fair. Check out The Toy Association’s full press release for the 2020 Toy of the Year Awards right here.

Though last year saw a better winning streak for LEGO during the 2019 Toy of the Year Awards where it received a total of four awards, this year is still considered a great achievement for the LEGO Group now that it marked its 4th win (since 2017) for the Specialty Toy of the Year Award Category.

2017 – LEGO Disney Castle (71040)

2018 – LEGO Star Wars UCS Millennium Falcon (75192)

2019 – LEGO Harry Potter Hogwarts Castle (71043)

And for 2020, LEGO beats the competition in three main categories:

Construction Toy of the YearLEGO City Deep Space Rocket and Launch Control (60228)

2020 Toy of the Year Awards

 

Specialty Toy of the YearLEGO Stranger Things (75810)

2020 Toy of the Year Awards

 

STEM/STEAM Toy of the YearLEGO BOOST Star Wars Droid Commander (75253)

 

Though LEGO wasn’t able to bag the 2020 Toy of the Year Award similar to its accomplishment back in 2017 with the LEGO Friends Amusement Park Roller Coaster (41130), being recognized across 3 out of 16 categories is an extraordinary achievement for the LEGO Group. It’s a testament to the company’s pursuit of providing the best possible play and building experience to children and adult fans as well.

Now that the red carpet is rolled out and the winners announced, be sure to stay tuned here in our blog site for more news coming from the LEGO Booth at this year’s New York Toy Fair. Will there be any new LEGO reveals? We’ll soon find out.

LEGO Night Mode Light Kits Might Actually Happen

It looks like the LEGO Group is trying to test the waters with this one. The LEGO World in Copenhagen has officially kicked off, and LEGO took this opportunity to soft launch what seems to be its first attempt to offer lighting accessories to some of its premium sets. The LEGO Night Mode Light Kits were unveiled, with initial five kits that are tailored for specific sets.

According to a report from Brickset, these light kits were put on display at the LEGO Store in that location, with some sets being shown with these light accessories such as the LEGO Creator Expert Ford Mustang (10265). However, it seems that they are not actually for sale yet and those that were displayed are just empty boxes as of this moment. It’s like a test run spearheaded by the LEGO Lead User Lab where LEGO engages with the LEGO fan community to gauge how feasible and appealing this future brick innovation might be.

LEGO Night Mode
The LEGO Night Mode Light Kits will feature some fair amount of electronics as seen at the back of this proposed box art. Image courtesy of Brickset.

So consider this as a sort of marketing and research exercise on how LEGO fans might react to it. Though the expected pricing is a bit steep, if there is a clear demand, then we might see the LEGO Night Mode Light Kits retail for as much as $200 that will match large and medium-sized sets such as the LEGO Harry Potter Hogwarts Castle (71043), LEGO Ideas Tree House (21318), LEGO Creator Expert Ford Mustang (10265), and LEGO Friends Andrea’s Pool Party (41374). Given such prices, and if the costing will be the same, then if you’re looking forward to having the Hogwarts Castle for example with all the perks of the LEGO Night Mode has to offer, then you have to be ready to break the bank to the tune of 600 bucks.

LEGO Night Mode
Image via Brickset.
Image via Brickset.
Image via Brickset.

Truth be told, there are already a handful of third-party lighting kits that are made available via Amazon, and they are way below the $200 price point that the LEGO Night Mode Light Kits seem to suggest. So it can be said that the market for this kind of LEGO accessories is pretty much in place already, and LEGO has to think outside of the box to make this offering more functional and feature-rich. The only advantage that I see right here is that since it is made directly by LEGO, then we can be assured that it will perfectly fit any of their existing or currently offered sets.

In any case, I’m sure that most LEGO fans will welcome this move, only if the LEGO Group will reconsider its pricing.

LEGO Masters US Is On Tonight at Fox!

Alright, I’m officially hyped. After almost 7 months of waiting, LEGO Masters US is finally here! Get your bricks on as we witness 10 pairs of the most talented builders across the United States battle for the title to become the ultimate LEGO Master with a handsome cash reward of $100,000.

The names have been drafted, and with 20 individuals coming from all walks of life and professions sharing one passion for the LEGO brick, this will be surely one heck of a brick ride.

LEGO Masters US

At the helm of the show will be judges Amy Corbett who also serves as a LEGO Senior Designer, and Jamie Berard the LEGO builder par excellence who is responsible for most of the beloved sets under the LEGO Creator Expert and Architecture themes. And of course, to level up the challenges that contestants have to face throughout the competition, we have the guy behind the brooding voice of LEGO Batman, Will Arnett, to host the series. A number of celebrities will also be in the show such as Terry Crews, Nicole Byer, Mayim Bialik, Phil Lord, and Christopher Miller. A Star Wars-themed episode will also see a special appearance of R2-D2, C3-PO and BB-8.

Similar to previous seasons, the LEGO Masters US will feature a ton of building challenges that will stretch the limits of our contestants’ creativity. Other than the Star Wars-inspired episode, there will also be a movie-themed episode, a “Good vs Evil Challenge” and a Story Book episode. Details are sketchy, but the titles of the first three episodes are already posted online so it’s exciting to see what will happen in the show throughout the month of February. Some of these follow the same challenges as that from Season 2 in LEGO Masters Australia, like the Cut in Half episode.

February 5 – Dream Park Theme Park 
David and G’s awesome theme park creation from LEGO Masters Australia 2019.

The pairs of contestants are introduced; each duo must craft one section of a theme park, and when the sections are combined, they create an impressive theme park world.

February 12 – Space Smash
This space-themed MOC was the final build created by Jordan and Miller for LEGO Masters Australia.

Each duo must create a space-themed build; the creations must impress the judges when they are smashed in slow motion; Mayim Bialik guest judges.

February 19 – Cut in Half
Cut in Half is a challenge where contestants have to build the missing half of any random object using LEGO bricks.

Each team is given an everyday object that has been sliced in two and they are tasked with building its other half.

 

The first episode of LEGO Masters US will air tonight on Fox 9/8c, and will also be available for streaming via the FOX NOW app if you have a cable account or subscription. It will also be available for Hulu subscribers on Thursday morning.

LEGO Jurassic World Summer 2020 Sets To Watch Out For

As the Nuremberg Toy Fair comes to a close, the LEGO Booth at the International Toy Fair has a few more sets to reveal. Visitors and dealers were allowed to have a sneak peek of four of the LEGO Jurassic World summer 2020 sets. Promobricks continues its coverage of the events going on at the floor of the toy fair venue. With the LEGO Harry Potter theme getting another wave of sets, LEGO is also adding more sets to its LEGO Jurassic World portfolio.

There are four sets to be expected from the summer 2020 wave of LEGO Jurassic World as reported by Promobricks, with lots of dinosaurs to go around. Please take note that the following set names are just tentative based on how toy fair visitors describe them. It may not be considered final until such time that LEGO makes an official reveal. Furthermore, these sets are inspired by the LEGO Jurassic World animated series.

LEGO Jurassic World Dr. Wu’s Laboratory (75939)

Price: €19.99 | Minifigures: 2

At 20 Euro, this set is the smallest among this wave. It features a rendering of Dr. Henry Wu’s laboratory where he breeds different kinds of dinosaurs. What fans might be interested to know is that this set also comes with new baby ankylosaurus and triceratops dino figures. There is also an Owen Grady minifigure thrown to add to that of Dr. Wu.

LEGO Jurassic World Hunt for the Gallimimus and Pteranodon (75940)

Price: €59.99 | Minifigures: 3

The LEGO Jurassic World Pteranodon Chase (75926) features a net shooter, which will also be featured in this next wave of sets.

This set features, not one, but two dino bigfigs which collectors might find interesting: a Pteranodon and a larger Gallimimus. It also comes with brick-built drones, and a vehicle equipped with a net shooter similar to how the LEGO Jurassic World Fallen Kingdom Pteranodon Chase (75926), perhaps larger.  Minifigures include Owen Grady, Claire, and a park employee.

LEGO Jurassic World House of Gyrospheres (75941)

Price: €99.99 | Minifigures: 5

The LEGO Jurassic World gyrosphere, such as seen in this Indominus Rex Breakout (75919) set, is quite ubiquitous to the theme. It will also be added again in one of the upcoming LEGO Jurassic World summer 2020 sets.

This set features a small house that serves as a launchpad for a gyrosphere. This gyrosphere is similar to what can be found in the LEGO Jurassic World Dilophosaurus Ambush (75916), Indominus Rex Breakout (75919), and Carnotaurus Gyrosphere Escape (75929). This new set also features two large dino bigfigs: an Indominus Rex and an Ankylosaurus. Minifigures include Owen, Claire, Gray, Zach, and a park employee.

LEGO Jurassic World Land and Water Hunting (75942)

Price: €29.99 | Minifigures: 2

Apparently, this is the 4+ set under this theme. It features two vehicles, namely a yellow seaplane, a quad bike, and two dinosaur figures – a Velociraptor and it’s baby counterpart.

 

These  LEGO Jurassic World summer 2020 sets are expected to arrive in stores in July 2020. In case LEGO makes an official reveal, then be sure to keep tabs with us here in our Brick Show blogsite.