Its a Sweet Winter Village Anniversary With the LEGO Creator Expert Gingerbread House (10267)

After teasing its arrival via Italy’s LEGO Store Calendar, LEGO has finally revealed its 10th Winter Village set as a celebration of the subtheme’s 10th year anniversary, and its design couldn’t be sweeter.  Coming in at 1,477 pieces, the LEGO Creator Expert Gingerbread House (10267) features a handful of delectable details highlighted by a new pair of gingerbread minifigures: a new Gingerbread Man, Gingerbread Woman, and a Gingerbread Baby printed on a 1×2 tile. The set will retail for $99.99 USD and will be available to all LEGO VIP members beginning September 18th, and to the general public on October 1st.   Read on for the Gingerbread House (10267) product description, and take a look at this collection of sweet images.

LEGO Creator Expert Gingerbread House (10267)

Ages 12+ 1477 pieces

US $99.99– CA $139.99– DE €89.99– UK £84.99 – FR €94.99– DK 799DKK –AUD $159.99

*Euro pricing varies by country. Please visit shop.LEGO.com for regional pricing.

Gather the family and build the wonderful Gingerbread House!

Gingerbread House (10267)

Enjoy a festive build and play experience with the LEGO® Creator Expert 10267 Gingerbread House. A treasure chest of magical details, this amazing model features frosted roofs with colorful candy buttons and a delicious facade with candy-cane columns, glittery windows and a tall chimney stack with a glowing fireplace. Inside the house there’s an array of fun details and candy furnishings including a tasteful bedroom with chocolate bed and cotton candy lamp, and a bathroom with the essential toilet and bathtub. This wonderful LEGO Gingerbread House sets the scene for imaginative adventures with the gingerbread family. Children can light up the cozy fireplace, help clear the sidewalk with the snow blower and nestle the gingerbread baby in its carriage. It also includes a decorated Christmas tree with wrapped gifts and toys, including a rocking horse and a toy train. This advanced LEGO set delivers a challenging and rewarding building experience and makes a great seasonal centerpiece for the home or office. Includes gingerbread man, woman and baby figures.

• Includes 3 LEGO® figures: a gingerbread man, gingerbread woman and gingerbread baby.
• The Gingerbread House features frosted roofs with colorful candy buttons, a rich facade with candy cane columns and walking sticks, glittery windows and a tall chimney stack with a glowing fireplace, plus a detailed interior, brick-built baby carriage and a snow blower.
• Gingerbread House interior features an array of fun details and candy-style furnishings, including a bedroom with chocolate bed and cotton-candy lamp, and a bathroom with the essential toilet and bathtub!
• Also includes a Christmas tree with wrapped gifts and toys, including a rocking horse and a toy train.
• Check out the yummy candy-cane signposts!
• Press down on the chimney-smoke button to set the fire aglow!
• Children will love imaginative play with the gingerbread family.
• Help the gingerbread lady nestle the gingerbread baby in the carriage.
• Accessory elements include a baby bottle, cups, frying pan and an axe.
• Special elements include a new-for-August-2019 gold bar element in tan and transparent 1×1 glitter bricks in purple.
• Measures over 8” (21cm) high, 10” (26cm) wide and 5” (13cm) deep.

Available directly from LEGO Stores & shop.LEGO.com from 18th September, 2019.

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LEGO Technic Land Rover Defender (42110) Official Reveal and Press Release

Earlier today, the LEGO Group has officially announced the arrival of its next sophisticated and ultra-realistic Technic set. Since June, I’ve reported that LEGO has partnered with Land Rover to come up with a brick-built replica of the latter’s next-generation icon and the result was the LEGO Technic Land Rover Defender (42110).

Coming in at 2,573 pieces the LEGO Technic Land Rover Defender (42110) is packed with authentic details and features some of the advanced building techniques that veteran LEGO builders will find enjoyably challenging. It has a front wheel-steering mechanism, a functional and integral winch, 6-cylinder engine, and LEGO Technic’s most advanced gearbox to date. These and much more make this set stand out as an authentic replica of the actual Land Rover Defender. The set measures 8 inches (22cm) high, 16 inches (42cm) long and 7 inches (20cm) wide in an olive green, grey and black color scheme. It is slated to be available globally beginning October 1, retailing for $199.99 USD. Watch the featured video below and read on for LEGO’s full press release.

BUILD YOUR OWN ICON: INTRODUCING THE LEGO® TECHNIC LAND ROVER DEFENDER

LEGO Technic Land Rover Defender

  • LEGO Technic Land Rover Defender set launches alongside New Land Rover Defender at 2019 Frankfurt Motor Show
  • 2,573-piece LEGO model developed with Land Rover to include authentic bodywork and a host of realistic functions
  • Features in-line six-cylinder engine, gearbox with high and low ratios, independent suspension, expedition roof rack, and a working winch
  • LEGO Technic Land Rover Defender on sale globally from 1 October 2019 

The new LEGO Technic Land Rover Defender is an automotive icon you can build at home.

Developed in partnership with Land Rover and launched alongside the New Defender at the Frankfurt Motor Show, the 2,573-piece model combines the boundless creativity of LEGO with New Defender’s instantly recognizable silhouette and unrivaled capability.

The LEGO Technic vehicle echoes New Defender with a host of realistic elements and functions, including authentic body panels and rims, four-wheel drive with three differentials, fully independent suspension, a working winch and LEGO Technic’s most sophisticated gearbox yet – all designed to provide an engrossing and rewarding building experience for car lovers and LEGO fans alike.

Niels Henrik Horsted, Marketing Director at the LEGO Group, said: “With every LEGO element, children can build anything they can imagine. I’m very excited about this new model – a truly impressive job done by our LEGO designers. Together with Land Rover, we’ve blended elements, design and innovative engineering into a set that shows the boundless creativity of LEGO play, and that with LEGO Technic you can build for real.” 

Joe Sinclair, Director of Branded Goods and Licensing at Jaguar Land Rover, said: “The Land Rover Defender and LEGO brand are both iconic across the world, and the launch of New Defender felt like the perfect time to bring them together. The level of detail and engineering that has gone into creating this LEGO model perfectly reflects the work of our own designers and engineers who have been so dedicated to bringing a motoring icon back for the 21st century.”

Opening doors allow access to the model’s elaborate cabin with its working steering wheel and a detailed dashboard. A new transmission system has two levers for engaging high or low ratios and a selector for changing gear – LEGO Technic’s most sophisticated gearbox yet.

You can also fold the rear seat forward to view the four-speed sequential gearbox, lift the bonnet to view the in-line six-cylinder engine with moving pistons and turn the rear-mounted spare wheel to open the rear door. 

Reflecting the action-fuelled accessories available for the full-size New Defender, the model is finished with a working winch, removable roof rack with storage box, pannier, ladder and traction mats. 
The LEGO Technic Land Rover Defender set will be available globally from 1 October 2019. 

More LEGO Star Wars The Rise of Skywalker Sets Spotted On Store Shelves

After spotting a pair of new LEGO BrickHeadz Star Wars set on Target shelves, it looks like more slip-ups have led to more LEGO Star Wars The Rise of Skywalker sets turning up ahead of their scheduled release dates. Instagram user jl.lego.studios has spotted another set that most fans hail as one of the better LEGO Star Wars sets out there.

LEGO Star Wars The Rise of Skywalker sets

First, off we have this first image of the LEGO Star Wars Kylo Ren’s Shuttle (75256) – one of the larger LEGO Star Wars sets in The Rise of the Skywalker subtheme. Retailing for $149.99 USD, this set comes in at 1,005 pieces and includes six minifigures: Kylo Ren, General Pryde, a Sith Trooper, a First Order Stormtrooper and two Knights of Ren. Though this new iteration does not have much of a difference from its 2015  predecessor in Kylo Ren’s Command Shuttle (75104), the new color scheme and the inclusion of uniquely designed minifigs such as the Knights of Ren, makes the newer version more attractive to LEGO Star Wars fans.

Second, we have the LEGO Star Wars Pasaana Speeder Chase (75250) coming in at 373 pieces and will retail for $39.99 USD. The set features a sort of a chase scene where Rey is aboard on what looks like a dilapitated speeder pursued by the forces of the First Order. The scene also takes place in the desert planet of Pasaana. The set includes a new minifigure iteration of Rey, a First Order Treadspeeder Driver, a First Order Jet Trooper and BB-8.

If there is anything good that we can get out of this store mishap is the fact that we can expect to see these and other LEGO Star Wars The Rise of Skywalkers sets to be available anytime soon on or before October 4. This may no longer be new to you knowing that leaks about the rest of the sets in this series have already gone out like wildfire over the internet several weeks ago. But still, it’s good to know that we’re now just counting the days before these sets are made available to the public. Stay tuned here in our blogsite for more updates about these upcoming sets.

With more info from Yak Face.

LEGO BrickHeadz Star Wars Kylo Ren and Sith Trooper (75232) Spotted in the Wild

Another store employee made a bit of slip-up revealing a quite unexpected surprise. We’re just counting the weeks before the launch of Star Wars’ Triple Force Friday and it seems that LEGO is already prepared for it as well. In fact, from the reveal of this year’s highly polarizing  UCS Imperial Star Destroyer (75252) to LEGO’s Triple Force Friday gift-with-purchase set, everything is gradually falling into place. And having LEGO sets placed as early as now on Target shelves in spite of the embargo is part of the plan as well (I guess). LEGO eagle-eyed fan jl.lego.studios made a rather interesting discovery that is putting the LEGO Star Wars fandom in a frenzy. He snapped a photo of what looks like a new pair of bundled BrickHeadz in the form of the LEGO BrickHeadz Star Wars Kylo Ren and Sith Trooper (75232) spotted in an undisclosed Target store in Texas.

Kylo Ren and Sith Trooper (75232)

This new LEGO BrickHeadz dual pack features Kylo Ren (#94) in a damaged helmet and the new crimson Sith Trooper (#95), as they will be revealed in The Rise of Skywalker later this year. The set clocks in at 240 pieces and is expected to retail for $24.99 USD. This is the second time that Kylo gets the BrickHeadz treatment as part of a double-pack set, the first being the LEGO BrickHeadz Star Wars Rey and Kylo Ren Limited Edition Collectors Pack (41489). It’s quite unsure if we will see the option of having this new iteration of Kylo and the new Sith Trooper sold separately. Also from the looks of things, seeing this new pair of LEGO Star Wars BrickHeadz is a good indicator that LEGO still has faith in the popularity of these brick collectibles amidst rumors of the theme’s eventual cancellation which has always been hanging overhead.

Now before you rush into your local Target store, be aware that these are probably placed by mistake by an unsuspecting store employee, and sales of this set are still probably on hold until Triple Force Friday dawns on October 4. In fact, this LEGO BrickHeadz Star Wars Kylo Ren and Sith Trooper (75232) double-pack will not be available for sale until such time, unless you stumble upon this on eBay.

So what do you think about this new LEGO BrickHeadz set? Will you add this your cart once it is available? Let me know what you think about this.

A Look At The Set That Never Was (Supposedly) – The LEGO Architecture Las Vegas (21038)

If you recall back in 2017, the LEGO Architecture Skyline subtheme had a particular set that never made it to the mainstream public. Triggered by the unfortunate events of October, 2017’s Mandalay Bay Hotel shooting, the LEGO Group deemed wise to cancel the impending release of the LEGO Architecture Las Vegas (21038), and was eventually replaced by a redesigned set that noticeably deviated from the original plan of including the famous hotel along the Las Vegas strip. This is completely understandable and was a welcomed move from TLG that highlights the social and moral compass that guides the company.

LEGO Architecture Las Vegas (21038)

Images of the front and back box art of the LEGO Architecture Las Vegas (21038) courtesy of Brick Architect.

The unreleased 487-piece LEGO Architecture Las Vegas (21038) set suffered from an initial delayed release date which was soon followed by another until it was officially announced that it will be replaced with a redesigned model. It was quite a sad day for LEGO Architecture fans, but it was a necessary step if LEGO will stay true to its core values of not depicting real-life violence in its toys.

So for almost 2 years, we thought that this set does not eventually exist. Not until a surprising report from Tom Alphin aka the Brick Architect, revealed that some LEGO Architecture Las Vegas (21038) sets found their way in a retail store in Johannesburg, South Africa. It does not come as a surprise if LEGO has this set planned ahead long before the unfortunate shooting took place. So these sets either missed LEGO’s recall train or has found their way into the market from some LEGO warehouse from who knows where.

According to Tom, this set is not actually his but was provided to him to be reviewed. In fact, Tom did a superb review that I highly recommend that you go through as well. Apart from the lamentable circumstances in which this set has been connected to, it is commendable how this set introduces several new pieces that are believed to be only found in this set such as the Technic 3-Blade Rotor (32125) and the 1x2x1⅔ Brick w/ 2 studs 1-side (32952), both in Pearl Gold colors that replicate the Mandalay Bay Hotel’s signature architecture. Needless to say, the build also introduces an interesting building technique that captures the hotel’s unique design.

These Pearl Gold pieces are only found in the unreleased LEGO Architecture Las Vegas (21038).

No one knows exactly how many of these unreleased LEGO sets are out there – even a search over at eBay does not even yield any positive result. We may never see the LEGO Architecture Las Vegas (21038) grace our Skylines collection, but I am thankful that someone was kind enough to go out of his way to give us a closer look at this set that never was. Thanks also to Huw from Brickset for additional info.

Grab These Retiring LEGO Star Wars Sets While You Still Can

If you’re a LEGO Star Wars completionists, or just keen on eyeing some of the LEGO Star Wars sets that were released recently, then you might need to consider planning your next LEGO purchase. Star Wars insider Rebelscum shared a reliable piece of info that you might find interesting, if not necessary in building your LEGO collection. We all know for a fact that LEGO sets have a certain “shelf life” in terms of their availability in LEGO stores and in the market in general. Approximately, LEGO sets are available to the public and are included in the LEGO production cue for up to 2 years. And according to Rebelscum’s sources including info from RetiringSets.com, the following are retiring LEGO Star Wars sets that you may want to keep an eye on if you are looking forward to having them to your collection.

Retiring LEGO Star Wars Sets
The first Master Builder set, the LEGO Star Wars Betrayal at Cloud City (75222) is due for retirement in December of this year. 

Though yet to be confirmed, do take note that the retirement of these sets is said to commence in December until the later part of 2021. So if you’re still looking forward to having the largest LEGO set around, then you still have until December next year to gather the determination (and cash) to make that purchase. If you see a couple of retiring LEGO Star Wars sets in this list that you are looking forward to having, then be kind enough to purchase these sets through the affiliate links below that will bring you over at LEGO Shop@Home. Your support will go along way in keeping The Brick Show website up and running.

The largest LEGO set ever made to be available – the LEGO Star Wars UCS Millennium Falcon (75192).

Finally, as last note, I hope that scalpers will do the LEGO fan community a favor by not giving in to that urge of brick hoarding. Trust me, you’ll be a better person afterward.

This list is far from complete and may change without prior notice. However, knowing when these sets will possibly retire help us plan our LEGO purchases ahead.  Comment down below and tell us which among these retiring LEGO Star Wars sets do you still need to tick off from your list of must-haves.  Thanks again to Rebelscum for the tip.

Retiring LEGO Star Wars Sets In December 2019

Ahch-To Island Training (75200)
Porg (75230)
Snowspeeder – 20th Anniversary (75259)
Yoda’s Hut (75208)
Betrayal at Cloud City (75222)
Inferno Squad Battle Pack (75226)
Elite Praetorian Guard Battle Pack (75225)
Clone Scout Walker – 20th Anniversary Edition (75261)
X-Wing Starfighter (75218)
General Grievous Combat Speeder (75199)
Imperial Landing Craft (75221)
Rebel A-Wing Starfighter (75247)
Sith Infiltrator Microfighter (75224)
Droid Gunship (75233)
Death Star Escape (75229)
Escape Pod vs Dewback Microfighter (75228)
Imperial Dropship – 20th Anniversary Edition (75262)
Action Battle Endor Assault (75238)
Naboo Starfighter Microfighter (75223)

Retiring LEGO Star Wars Sets In July 2020

AT-AP Walker (75234)
Anakin’s Jedi Starfighter (75214)
TIE Fighter Attack (75237)

Retiring LEGO Star Wars Sets In December 2020

X-Wing Starfighter Trench Run (75235)
Tantive IV (75244)
Black Ace TIE Interceptor (75242)
Major Vonreg’s TIE Fighter (75240)
Anakin’s Podracer – 20th Anniversary (75258)
Action Battle Hoth Generator Attack (75239)
Death Star (75159)
Sandcrawler (75220)
Duel on Starkiller Base (75236)
Slave I – 20th Anniversary (75243)
Millennium Falcon (75192)
Darth Vader’s Castle (75251)
Action Battle Echo Base Defense (75241)

Retiring LEGO Star Wars Sets In December 2021

Boost Droid Commander (75253)

Build Your Own LEGO Star Wars Mini Droid Commander (75522)

Last month, I reported on another gift-with-purchase set that will accompany your next LEGO Star Wars purchase. So if you’re eyeing to buy that massive LEGO Star Wars UCS Imperial Star Destroyer (tongue in cheek), or any particular Star Wars set of your fancy, then you might want to hold on to your horses for a bit. As of this posting, details about the availability of the LEGO Star Wars Mini Droid Commander (75522) is still scant – in fact, it was not even mentioned in this month’s LEGO Store Calendar. For all we know, this next LEGO freebie may be part of LEGO’s Triple Force Friday’s promotional in October, or we could see it released earlier – its all speculations at this point.

However, what we are certain about is that you can start building your own Mini Droid Commander with this set of instructions now available for download from LEGO’s Customer Service portal. LEGO was kind enough to upload the PDF file of this mini collectible’s building instructions ahead of the polybag’s release. Click on the images below or you may alternatively download it right here.

Mini Droid Commander (75522)

As you can see, the Mini Droid Commander has approximately 60 pieces, including the exclusive 2×8 20 Years of LEGO Star Wars commemorative plate. Apart from this, the rest of the pieces does not seem to be too hard to find. You may also replace the buzzsaw minifigure accessory if you do not have that yet in your inventory of LEGO parts.

Be sure to be on the lookout for the LEGO Star Wars Mini Droid Commander (75522) polybag in your local LEGO store. Just give us a heads-up if in case you spot this on your radar. Thanks to Hoth Bricks for the tip.

LEGO Disney Frozen 2 Sets Revealed

Disney’s sequel to its 2013 blockbuster hit is still slated to debut in cinemas in November, but it seems that LEGO is up and ready with its next wave of Disney tie-in sets. Since early February, it was already rumored that we will be seeing a handful of LEGO Disney Frozen 2 sets just before Triple Force Friday kicks in next month. And thanks to Russian online toy retailer Kockarium, we now have our first look at these six building sets – 4 regular sets and 2 that carries the 4+ subtheme. As of this posting, Kockarium seems to have taken down these images but not without them finding their way into mainstream LEGO fandom.

So before you take a look, be warned that their might be some minor spoilers ahead. These LEGO Disney Frozen 2 building sets don’t really reveal much about the plot points of the film, but it still quite interesting to speculate on how accurately these sets might portray the story in this animated sequel.

Enchanted Tree House (41164) – 49.99€; 302 pieces

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Anna’s Canoe (41165) – 19.99€; 108 pieces

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Elsa and the Reindeer Carriage (41166) – 29.99€; 116 pieces

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Arendelle Castle (41167) – 79.99€; 521 pieces

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Elsa’s Jewelry Box (41168) – 39.99€; 300 pieces

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Olaf (41169) – 14.99€; 122 pieces

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LEGO Star Wars UCS Imperial Star Destroyer (75252) Revealed!

After some teasing on social media about the next LEGO Star Wars Ultimate Collectors Series set, LEGO has finally put an end to all the speculations and has now officially announced its next UCS set that demands a considerable amount of space among your LEGO collection. Check out the massive LEGO Star Wars UCS Imperial Star Destroyer (75252) in all its majestic glory!

UCS Imperial Star Destroyer (75252)

I never realized how huge this set is until the tale of the tape reveals its sizeable dimensions. The UCS Imperial Star Destroyer (75252) measures 17 inches in height (including the stand), 43 inches long from tip to tip, and 26 inches wide. In terms of size, it comes with a wider footprint as compared to the largest LEGO set around which is the LEGO Star Wars UCS Millennium Falcon (75192). True, the latter may clock as the LEGO set with the most number of pieces, but the Imperial Star Destroyer (75252) requires the largest table space if you will put it on display (as any UCS set should be). I may still wince at the very high price tag that goes with this set though, but considering its size, I guess that will be fine for the most serious LEGO Star Wars collector.

The LEGO Star Wars UCS Imperial Star Destroyer (75252) comes in at 4,784 pieces, retailing for $699.99 USD.  This colossal brick-built ship will be available to all LEGO VIP members beginning September 18, 2019 and on October 1, 2019 for the general public. Read on for the set’s complete product description together with these hi-resolution images.

75252 Imperial Star Destroyer™

Ages 16+. 4784 pieces
US $699.99 – CA $849.99 – DE €699.99 – UK £649.99 – FR €699.99 – DK 5299DKK
*Euro pricing varies by country. Please visit shop.LEGO.com for regional pricing.

UCS Imperial Star Destroyer (75252)

Own the ultimate Imperial Star Destroyer!

Build and display an icon of the Galactic Empire – the Devastator. With over 4,700 LEGO® pieces, this Ultimate Collector Series 75252 Imperial Star Destroyer model captures all the authentic details of the starship as it appeared in the opening scene of Star Wars: A New Hope, including swiveling guns, a tilting radar dish, huge engine exhausts, intricate surface detailing and of course a buildable scale version of the Rebels’ Tantive IV starship to chase down. This galactic civil war UCS set also includes a display stand with informational fact plaque and 2 Imperial minifigures, making it the perfect LEGO Star Wars collectible for discerning fans.

  • Includes Imperial Officer and Imperial Crewmember minifigures.
  • The Devastator Imperial Star Destroyer model features swiveling guns, a tilting radar dish, huge engine exhausts and intricate surface detailing.
  • Also includes an attachable, buildable scale version Tantive IV starship for added Star Wars: A New Hope authenticity.
  • With a display stand with informational fact plaque for the ultimate display piece.
  • Also comes with 2 blaster pistol weapons.
  • This Ultimate Collector Series set has 4,784 pieces.
  • Inspire unforgettable Star Wars: A New Hope moments.
  • The perfect LEGO® Star Wars™ collectible for fans of the Star Wars saga.
  • UCS model on display stand measures over 17” (44cm) high, 43” (110cm) long and 26” (66cm) wide, and over 14” (37cm) high without stand.

Available directly from LEGO Stores & shop.LEGO.com from October 1, 2019
(September 18, 2019 for LEGO VIP)

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UCS Imperial Star Destroyer (75252)

Here Are New LEGO Sets to Watch Out For This September

LEGO Shop@Home has now made available a handful of new LEGO sets this September, most of which are nice enough for your first-day buy. Starting this month, fans can add to their cart the latest LEGO Ideas set based on the hit 90’s TV sitcom, FRIENDS – the LEGO Ideas Central Perk (21319). For LEGO Disney fans, the LEGO Disney Train and Station (71044) offers a great train set motorized by the latest LEGO Powered Up technology. And for minifig collectors, the newest LEGO Collectible Minifigure Series 19 (71025) is now out featuring an array of first-for-2019 minifig pieces and accessories. These sets and a lot more is now available this month, so if you’re planning to get a hold of these, you may click on the following affiliate links that will bring you to LEGO’s online store. Making your purchases via these links will help us keep you up-to-date with the latest happenings in LEGO fandom.

LEGO Ideas Central Perk (21319)

New LEGO Sets

LEGO Disney Train and Station (71044)

Disney Train and Station (71044)

LEGO Collectible Minifigure Series 19 (71025)

LEGO CMF Series 19

LEGO Overwatch Wrecking Ball (75976)

LEGO Overwatch Junkrat and Roadhog (75977)

LEGO BrickHeadz Ghost (40351)

New LEGO Sets

LEGO City Ski Resort (60203)

LEGO City Ski Resort (60203)

LEGO City Advent Calendar (60235)

New LEGO Sets

LEGO Friends Advent Calendar (41382) 

LEGO Harry Potter Advent Calendar (75964)

LEGO Star Wars Advent Calendar (75245)

 

Of course, our LEGO shopping experience ain’t complete without the great freebies on the side. There are three promotional sets that go perfectly well with your new LEGO sets for this month. We have the free the LEGO BrickHeadz Bumble Bee (40270) for every single-receipt purchase of any LEGO products worth $65 and above; another free item that is added to your cart is the LEGO Hidden Side Newbury Juice Bar (40336) for LEGO purchases worth $50 or more; and in case you want to give your LEGO collection a sort of oriental vibe, then you might want to pick up the LEGO Dragon Boat Race (80103) which will automatically entitle you to a free LEGO Year of the Pig (40186) set. As of this posting, I can still see these freebies in my shopping cart over at shop.LEGO.com upon checkout, so you may want to hurry a bit on that next LEGO purchase if you wish to grab these free goodies.