LEGO January 2017 Store Calendar Now Up!

LEGO definitely intends to begin 2017 with a blast with the recent release of its January Store Calendar. With none other than DC superheroes and heroines taking on the center stage, LEGO pushes through with its promise of releasing more sets under its most popular themes such as The LEGO Batman Movie, Ninjago, and DC Superhero Girls. Take a look at some of the highlights of next month’s LEGO Store Calendar.

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December 27 to January 15

Free The LEGO Batman Movie Mini Batwing (30524) polybag with purchases of $35 or more. It seems that we’ll be getting another promotional that goes well with previous polybags that were earlier revealed – Batman in the Phantom Zone (30522) and The Joker Battle Training (30523).  This promo includes a FREE LEGOLAND Child Ticket Offer.



January 1 

The LEGO Creator Assembly Square (10255) will become available for purchase both online and in –store starting January 1st. The 10255 marks the celebration of LEGO’s 10th year into modular building.



January 16 to 31 

FREE LEGO Nexo Knights Knighton Rider (30376) polybag with a Nexo Knights purchase. Our best guess is that it doesn’t come with any amount threshold as long as it belongs under the LEGO Nexo Knights theme. Similarly, this promo also includes a FREE LEGOLAND Child Ticket Offer.



January 3 to 4 

The VIP Monthly Mini Model Build will be a Narwhal. Same as before, be sure to register ahead starting December 15 since there are very limited slots available.



January 14 

Winter Igloo Building Event. LEGO Store visitors and VIP members get a chance to build and bring home a LEGO Igloo (40061). Similar to other MMB events, participants must be ages 6-14 and a VIP member to sign up. This is only a one-time event so better mark your calendars for this one.



January 17 and 24 

Technic Tuesday. Here’s a chance for LEGO Technic fans to build a store-featured Technic set, or race prebuilt vehicles against their friends and a Brick Specialist. Technic Tuesday is a more advanced building experience and is recommended for participants ages 8 and above.



January 21 and 28 

LEGO Life Meeting. The LEGO Store organizes its very first LEGO Life Meeting where users of the LEGO Life app can share their building skills, build the January mini model and learn more about LEGO’s newest app. This exclusive event has limited space, so it’s recommended that you sign up early. Registration starts on January 1 with a minimal registration fee of $10 per child (ages 6-14 only). There is no info yet on how the registration will commence but we’ll keep you posted once more news comes in.  Head over to LEGO Life’s website for more details.



LEGO has also slated to roll out its first wave of 2017 sets starting next month, so be sure to keep an eye on them.


LEGO Disney Elsa’s Magical Ice Palace (41148)

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LEGO Creator Robo Explorer (31062)

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LEGO Friends Heartlake Sports Center (41312)

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LEGO Ninjago Vermillion Invader (70624)

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LEGO Batman Movie Batcave Break-In (70909)

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LEGO Nexo Knights Clay’s Falcon Fighter Blaster (70351)

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LEGO DC Superhero Girls Harley Quinn to the Rescue (41231)

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LEGO Ideas Adventure Time (21308)

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Amazon Introduces Find the Golden LEGO Brick Sweepstakes Promo PLUS More than 30% Discounts on Great Star Wars Sets.

Amazon has just announced its latest promotional that will send LEGO fans on a great digital, treasure hunt. Coined as the ‘Find the Golden LEGO Brick’, the sweepstakes gives you the chance of winning a LEGO DC Comics Superheroes Tumbler (76023), and the entire LEGO Star Wars Rogue One collection from 2016, including all five sets (75152, 75153, 75154, 75155, 75156) and three buildable figures (75119, 75120, 75121) among others. The contest will only run for this week which started last December 4 until 10, where LEGO fans can navigate through Amazon’s LEGO retail pages in search of the elusive Golden Brick which you can find somewhere on the set’s product information. It should look something like this.



After clicking on the Golden Brick, you will be directed to a page that confirms your find similar to what you see below.

LEGO Find the Golden Brick Sweepstakes

Congratulations! You’ve found the Golden Brick! Submit below for a chance to win one of four prizes.


We will randomly award four (4) prize packages as follows:

  • Prize one: LEGO Super Heroes the Tumbler building Set
  • Prize two: LEGO Star Wars Rogue One Complete Collection
  • Prize three: LEGO Brick-Built 18” Tall Doctor Who Figure custom built by LEGO master builders
  • Prize four: One (1) prize package which consists of a trip for one (1) winner and up to three (3) guests to visit either the LEGOLAND California Resort or LEGOLAND Florida Resort

NO PURCHASE OR PAYMENT OF ANY KIND IS NECESSARY TO ENTER OR WIN THIS SWEEPSTAKES. A PURCHASE WILL NOT INCREASE YOUR CHANCES OF WINNING. Must be a legal resident of the 50 United States or D.C., 18 or older. Sweepstakes ends 12/10/16. Limit one entry per person and account. Please read these rules before entering the Find the Golden LEGO Brick Sweepstakes (the “Sweepstakes”). You agree that, by submitting an entry, you will be bound by these Official Rules and you acknowledge that you satisfy all Sweepstakes eligibility requirements. See Official Rules at for details and alternative method of entry.


Bear in mind that you have to be a US resident to be eligible to join. You may check out the complete contest rules and guidelines right here.

In other news, you might be pleased to know that several LEGO Star Wars sets are now on sale at Amazon for as much as 30% off. It is noteworthy to mention that aside from these Star Wars sets, we also have the massive SHIELD Helicarrier (76042) for less than $50 of its original price, which is the lowest offering so far for this 3,000-piece set. Check these out by clicking on the links below.

LEGO Star Wars Rey’s Speeder (75099)$19.99 $12.79 (36% off at Amazon)

LEGO Star Wars Battle on Takodana (75139)$59.99 $35.19 (41% off at Amazon)

LEGO Star Wars Resistance Trooper Battle Pack (75131)$12.99 $8.31 (36% off at Amazon)

LEGO Star Wars First Order Battle Pack (75132)$12.99 $8.31  (36% off at Amazon)

LEGO Star Wars Finn (75116)$24.99 $13.19 (47% off at Amazon)

LEGO Star Wars Kylo Ren (75117)$24.99 $15.19 (39% off at Amazon)

LEGO Star Wars Carbon-Freezing Chamber (75137)$24.99 $16.79 (33% off at Amazon)

LEGO Marvel Superheroes SHIELD Helicarrier (76042) $349.99 $299.99 (14% off at Amazon)

LEGO Shop@Home Brick Friday Deals Are Now Up!

Brick Friday is officially on! The long wait seems to be forever but thankfully, has finally revealed its sets that are now currently on sale with awesome discounts. Though there have been previous reports of certain sets that will be listed in today’s Brick Friday sales until Cyber Monday, it was only moments ago that LEGO’s online store has now listed these and made it official.

On top of this, LEGO sweetens the deal with exclusive freebies such as the seasonal Snowglobe (40223) for qualifying LEGO purchases of $99, a limited edition 2017 LEGO Coloring Calendar, and literally free shipping for all online orders. Check out these bricktastic deals that will run only today until Cyber Monday or while supplies last. Same as before, we are offering you the option of checking other Black Friday retailer deals such as those from Amazon and Toys R Us in case you want to take a look. Prices and item availability are valid at the time of this writing and while supplies last. Generally speaking, Amazon seems to offer the best deals while TRU also offers free shipping for qualified purchases. However, if you’re eyeing on the exclusive collectibles that were mentioned above, then the LEGO Store is the only place to be.


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Imperial Assault Carrier (75106) $129.99  $103.99 at || $86.00 at Amazon || $90.99 at TRU

Resistance Troop Transporter (75140) $69.99  $55.99 at || $48.99 at Amazon || $48.99 at TRU

TIE Advanced Prototype (75082) $39.99  $31.99 at || $38.78 at Amazon || $44.99 at TRU

First Order Snowspeeder (75100) $39.99   $31.99 at || $28.79 at Amazon || $39.99 at TRU

Naboo Starfighter (75092) $49.99  $39.99 at || $37.99 at Amazon || $52.19 at TRU

Droid Escape Pod (75136) $24.99  $19.99 at || $19.99 at Amazon

The Ghost (75127) $9.99  $7.99 at || $9.39 at Amazon || $10.99 at TRU

AT-DP (75130) $9.99  $7.99 at || $7.99 at Amazon || $10.99 at TRU



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Police Pursuit (60128) $24.99  $19.99 at || $17.99 at Amazon || $17.99 at TRU

Prison Island Starter Set (60127) $9.99  $7.99 at || $6.39 at Amazon || $10.99 at TRU

Tire Escape (60126) $6.99  $5.59 at || $4.99 at Amazon || $7.99 at TRU

Deep Sea Exploration Vessel (60095) $119.99  $95.99 at || $83.99 at Amazon || $119.99 at TRU

Spaceport (60080) $119.99  $95.99 at || $80.87 at Amazon || $119.99 at TRU

Police Station (60047) $99.99  $79.99 at || $81.99 at Amazon || $119.99 at TRU

Deep Sea Starter Set (60091) $9.99  $7.99 at || $6.69 at Amazon || $9.99 at TRU

Deep Sea Submarine (60092) $39.99  $31.99 at || $25.59 at Amazon || $39.99 at TRU

Prison Island Accessory Pack (853570) $14.99  $11.99 at || $23.75 at Amazon


All LEGO Mixels Series 9 (41572 to 41580) cost per set $4.99  $3.99 at


Selected LEGO Minecraft sets up to 30% discount over at Amazon.


LEGO Elves The Precious Crystal Mine (41177) $29.99  $23.99 at || $19.99 at Amazon ||  $29.99 at TRU

LEGO Elves Emily Jones and the Baby Wind Dragon (41171) $9.99  $7.99 at ||  $7.99 at Amazon

LEGO Friends Pop Star Limo (41107) $24.99  $17.49 at

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LEGO Friends Birthday Party (41110) $19.99  $15.99 at || $14.99 at Amazon ||  $14.99 at TRU

LEGO Disney Treasure’s Day at the Pool (41069) $5.99  $4.79 at ||  $4.73 at Amazon ||  $6.99 at TRU


These deals are expected to be up until Cyber Monday on November 28 so be sure to check with us for more updates.

Here’s the Best LEGO Deals at Amazon Ahead of Black Friday – More than 30% Off On Selected Sets!

Unless you’re living like a hermit deep inside a cave or something, then it’s hard not to notice all the scurrying going on brought about by Black Friday. Though it may not have officially kicked in, some online retailers – such as Amazon – have already begun their deals as early as the start of this week. A few days back, we have posted information on a few LEGO sets that are rumored to be on LEGO’s Brick Friday list. Though we understand that LEGO doesn’t usually post this info earlier ahead of Brick Friday (LEGO wishes to somehow level the playing field), it is fun and perhaps helpful to speculate what sets will make it to the list. Last year, we saw a total of 45 sets offered for as much as 40% discount, with most of them offered at 30% off on the average. Similar to 2015’s LEGO promotional of the Gingerbread House (40139), fans can expect another seasonal set for this year as a free give-away for every single receipt purchase of $99 and above. The Snowglobe (40223) may be availed only from November 25 to 28 or until supplies last so expect some stiff competition to get this one.

While waiting for this year’s insiders’ list to appear again, we took the liberty of selecting the best LEGO deals that we found over at Amazon. Though this may seem to be unnecessary given the prominence and obvious advantages of most Black Friday deals, it should be noted however, that Amazon usually gives pieces of clues on what these items are. Like cookie crumbs scattered on a pathway, Amazon somehow ‘teases’ about these ahead of Brick Friday’s holiday shopping spree. If our theory is somehow correct, then these LEGO sets that we extracted from Amazon may likewise be included on LEGO’s Brick Friday list. This is just speculation though, but given that most customers have patiently waited for these promos, and that Amazon have already lowered the prices of certain LEGO sets – as much as 30% and more to be exact – then we are pretty sure that it is not far-fetched to consider that the online retail giant will either retain their prices or lower it further.

So with that of the way, here are some LEGO sets that you may find appealing, especially that they are listed for as much 30% off. Just click on the links below to bring you over at the Amazon page of that particular set or you may also check with and compare their prizes.

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To sweeten the deal, LEGO is giving away the exclusive, limited-edition Snowglobe (40223) for every qualifying purchase of $99 and more both in-store and online.  We’ll be happy to receive your feedback just in case you have any Brick Friday info to share.


LEGO Juniors Marvel Superheroes Iron Man vs. Loki (10721) $12.99 $7.51 @ Amazon||check at


LEGO City Train Station (60050) $64.99 $40.29 @ Amazon||check at

LEGO City High-speed Passenger Train (60051) $149.99 $104.99 @ Amazon||check at

LEGO City Cargo Train (60052) $199.99 $136.99 @ Amazon||check at


LEGO City Exploration Vessel (60095) $119.99 $83.99 @ Amazon||check at

LEGO City Volcano Crawler (60122) $39.99 $25.49 @ Amazon||check at

LEGO City Airport Air Show (60103) $89.99 $57.59 @ Amazon||check at

LEGO CITY Police Patrol Boat (60129) $49.99 $31.99 @ Amazon||check at

LEGO CITY Fire Boat (60109) $79.99 $52.79 @ Amazon||check at

LEGO CITY Fire Station (60110) $99.99 $63.99 @ Amazon||check at

LEGO CITY Ferry (60119) $29.99 $19.99 @ Amazon||check at


LEGO Friends Amusement Park Space Ride (41128) $19.99 $12.79 @ Amazon||check at

LEGO Friends Pop Star Recording Studio (41103) $14.99 $9.99 @ Amazon||check at

LEGO Friends Pop Star Dressing Room (41104) $29.99 $18.99 @ Amazon||check at

LEGO Friends Amusement Park Hot Dog Van (41129) $29.99 $19.19 @ Amazon||check at

LEGO Friends Horse Vet Trailer (41125) $39.99 $25.59 @ Amazon||check at

LEGO Friends Pop Star Show Stage (41105) $39.99 $27.99 @ Amazon||check at


LEGO Nexo Knights Chaos Catapult (70311) $9.99 $7.99 @ Amazon||check at

LEGO Nexo Knights Moltor’s Lava Smasher (70313) $19.99 $13.99 @ Amazon||check at

LEGO Nexo Knights Clay’s Rumble Blade (70315) $39.99 $27.99 @ Amazon||check at

LEGO Nexo Knights General Magmar’s Siege Machine of Doom (70321) $49.99 $31.99 @ Amazon||check at


LEGO Star Wars Kylo Ren’s Command Shuttle (75104) $119.99 $83.99 @ Amazon||check at

LEGO Star Wars Carbon-Freezing Chamber (75137) $24.99 $16.79 @ Amazon||check at

LEGO Star Wars Resistance Trooper Battle Pack (75131) $12.99 $8.31 @ Amazon||check at

LEGO Star Wars Rebel Alliance Battle Pack (75133) $12.99 $8.31 @ Amazon||check at

LEGO Star Wars Senate Commando Troopers (75088) $12.99 $9.17 @ Amazon||check at


LEGO Creator Propeller Plane (31047) $19.99 $11.99 @ Amazon||check at

LEGO Creator Adventure Vehicles (31037) $24.99 $17.50 @ Amazon||check at

LEGO Creator Lakeside Lodge (31048) $29.99 $19.19 @ Amazon||check at


LEGO Elves The Precious Crystal Mine (41177) $29.99 $19.19 @ Amazon||check at


LEGO Superheroes Iron Man vs. Ultron (76029) $12.99 $8.49 @ Amazon||check at

LEGO Superheroes Rhino and Sandman Super Villain Team-Up (76037) $39.99 $27.99 @ Amazon||check at

LEGO Superheroes The Quinjet City Chase (76032) $79.99 $49.99 @ Amazon||check at


LEGO Minecraft The Dungeon (21119) $19.99 $13.99 @ Amazon||check at

LEGO Minecraft The Snow Hideout (21120) $39.99 $26.09 @ Amazon||check at

LEGO Minecraft The Jungle Tree House (21125) $69.99 $48.99 @ Amazon||check at

LEGO Minecraft The Desert Outpost (21121) $59.99 $41.99 @ Amazon||check at

LEGO Minecraft The Nether Fortress (21122) $79.99 $55.99 @ Amazon||check at


LEGO Ninjago Salvage M.E.C. (70592) $39.99 $24.79 @ Amazon||check at

LEGO Ninjago Attack of the Morro Dragon (70736) $69.99 $48.95 @ Amazon||check at

LEGO Ninjago Titan Mech (70737) $59.99 $41.99 @ Amazon||check at

LEGO Ninjago Ronin R.E.X. Ninja (70735) $49.99 $34.99 @ Amazon||check at

LEGO Ninjago Tiger Widow Island (70604) $49.99 $33.98 @ Amazon||check at


LEGO Architecture Flatiron Building (21023) $39.99 $27.63 @ Amazon||check at

Europe’s Largest LEGO Store Is Now Open!

Just a few moments ago, London’s first, and Europe’s largest LEGO brand store has finally opened its doors to the LEGO faithful. Though this piece of news is thousands of miles away from where we are, the excitement of the occasion is pretty contagious. For those of us who can’t make it physically at the LEGO London Store, we are thankful that groups such as the LEGO Collectors Club (LCC), The Brothers Brick (TBB) and Promo Bricks  are there to witness firsthand the events as they happen, giving us an inside look at what the largest LEGO store in this side of the world has to offer. In case you missed it, LEGO also had a live broadcast of the events both inside and outside of the store via their Facebook live feed.

Visitors were also glad to know that one of the latest LEGO Architecture Skylines sets slated for 2017 has been released in the LEGO London store ahead of January next year. Well, I guess it’s kind of obvious what set this is.

Photo courtesy of Promo Bricks.

Other than the exclusive launch of the LEGO Architecture London 21034 at the LEGO London Store, the much talked about Lester minifigure has also been given away in a form of a raffle. Though not without complaints and issues with regards to the way it is made available (through a mystery scratch card that buyers will receive upon reaching a certain amount of purchase), there’s only a total of 275 minifigures of Lester that were officially given away so expect that this highly valued collectible minifig will be a prized possession for any LEGO fan.

Photo courtesy of Promo Bricks.

Here’s LEGO’s official press release of the store’s opening together with some images courtesy of Sophie from LCC, The Brothers Brick, and Brick. Thank you for sharing these images for all LEGO fans to enjoy.


LEGO® London Flagship Store Opens Offering Unique Experiences for Fans of All Ages

The world’s largest LEGO Store opens with a focus on inspiring creativity through new experiences and fun, interactive workshops.


17 November 2016: Today The LEGO Group, one of the world’s leading manufacturers of play materials, has officially opened its new UK flagship store in central London’s popular tourist hot-spot, Leicester Square.

The Leicester Square store is the 131st LEGO store globally and is pushing the boundaries with many unique LEGO® firsts. The largest LEGO store in the world boasts exciting new experiences, such as a ‘Mosaic Maker’ which offers LEGO fans of all ages the opportunity to purchase their very own, one of a kind, personalised LEGO mosaic portrait. The machine captures your image and in under ten minutes printed instructions and the bricks required to complete the LEGO portrait are supplied to the customer. The London store is the first in the world to make this unique experience available.


Image courtesy of LCC.
Photo courtesy of LCC.

John Goodwin, Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of the LEGO Group said: “We are excited to have finally opened the doors to the world’s largest LEGO store here in London. We want to inspire and develop children through creative play experiences – and this store is all about that. Here, parents and children can explore the many different LEGO products while at the same time getting a truly immersive experience of the LEGO brand.”

Inspiring creativity and developing the builders of tomorrow is a central theme for the store and this is encouraged with unique hands-on interactive brick experiences. These include ‘Master Builder Playtables’, where children will be free to build whatever they can imagine – inspired by iconic London landmarks and a range of exciting LEGO themes. There will also be a timetable when Certified LEGO Master Builders will visit the store sharing tips and tricks to help visitors build LEGO models and help inspire children to think outside the box when building their creations.

Photo courtesy of LCC.
Photo courtesy of LCC.

Through a partnership with Transport for London LEGO has created a life-sized London Underground tube carriage. The tube is the largest LEGO build in the store, is made up of 637,903 bricks and took 3,399 hours to build. The carriage offers fun photo opportunities and will be a must see for all the family.


Other highlights within the new London LEGO Store include:

  • Build a Minifigure Tower with Talking LEGO Minifigures – includes four different talking LEGO Minifigures including Lester, Royal Guard, Bobby the Policeman and Sherlock Holmes.
  • LEGO Minifigure Scanner – an interactive experience available from outside the store where people can find out which LEGO Minifigure they are.
  • Digital window display – state of the art screens that will show LEGO movies and clips.
  • Lester’s room housing a model of store mascot Lester for photo opportunities both inside and outside the store.
  • Brickadilly corner – an interactive information centre informing shoppers including in-store event schedules and highlighting retail experiences within the store.
  • Digital endless isle – a digital experience allowing shoppers to browse a digital catalogue of all LEGO sets available in store. It also calls for assistance by sending a message to the smart watches of store staff (photos courtesy of LCC).

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“Our LEGO® Brand Retail stores are a lighthouse for the LEGO brand and an inspirational shopping channel for LEGO products. We offer a unique brand experience and supplement the combined offer for consumers alongside our trusted retail partners and online retailers. The new Leicester Square store is the 14th LEGO Store in the UK,” says Glenn Abell, Vice President and General Manager, Direct-to-Consumer EMEA.

LEGO Store London Facts and Figures

  • The LEGO® Store in London’s Leicester Square is the company’s 14th brand retail store in the United Kingdom and the 37th in the world
  • It is the biggest LEGO Store at 914 sqm
  • The project commenced in late 2014, took almost five months to build and opened on 17th November 2016
  • A custom-made Terrazzo floor brings the LEGO yellow colour to life throughout the store
  • There are over five tonnes of LEGO big build models displayed within the store, utilising a total of over 1.7 million bricks including:

Big Ben (Elizabeth Tower)

Photo courtesy of Promo Bricks.
  • The 1:15 scale model stands at two floors high, 6.5 metres
  • Comprises 344,020 LEGO bricks
  • Weighs 1,035 kgs
  • Took six model builders 2,735 hours to build
  • Features a working, backlit clock which chimes with a replica sound of the real bell, Big Ben

London Underground Train Carriage (Tube)

Photo courtesy of Promo Bricks.
  • The model stands at 2 metres high and 5 metres long
  • Features a seated William Shakespeare LEGO figure amongst other LEGO models
  • Comprises 637,902 LEGO bricks
  • Weighs 2,126 kgs
  • Took 3,399 hours to build

Telephone Box (photos courtesy of LCC).

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  • The full sized replica of an iconic red telephone box stands at 2.6 metres tall
  • Comprises 220,470 LEGO bricks
  • Weighs 698 kgs
  • Took 883 hours to build

Brickley the LEGO Dragon (photos courtesy of LCC)

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  • Brickley winds his way along the length of the Swiss Court window and is three separate builds
  • Comprises 250,785 LEGO bricks
  • Weighs 792 kgs in total
  • Took 725 hours to build

LEGO Store Entrance Archway

Photo courtesy of LCC.
  • A LEGO Leicester Square London Underground roundel sign sits between two street lamps to create an impressive 4.2 metres high archway in the entrance to the store
  • Comprises 81,000 LEGO bricks
  • Weighs 370 kgs (in total)
  • Took 438 hours to build

London Underground Map Mosaic


  • Comprises 16,500 LEGO bricks
  • Weighs 90 kgs
  • Took 90 hours to build

Lester Minifigure Statue


  • Lester is the LEGO minifigure mascot for the Leicester Square store
  • The statue stands at 1.2 metres tall on a 30 cm high customised plinth
  • Comprises 24,500 LEGO bricks
  • Weighs 57 kgs (in total)
  • Took two builders 90 hours to build

Royal Mail Post Box

  • Stands at over a metre tall
  • Comprises 20,700 LEGO bricks
  • Weighs 73 kgs
  • Took 105 hours to build

Skyline Mosaic

Photo courtesy of LCC.
  • Adorning the wall of the store staircase, this large-scale mosaic comprises 265,557 LEGO bricks
  • Weighs 57 kgs
  • And took 90 hours to build


Thanks again to the folks over at LCC, TBB and Promo Bricks for sharing with us the fun and excitement of the LEGO London Store’s opening.

Here’s Some 2016 LEGO Brick Friday/Cyber Monday Teasers Worth Mentioning.

November 25 to 28 marks another LEGO store sale where fans can get as much as 20% off on a variety of selected LEGO sets. Dubbed as Brick Friday and Cyber Monday, this sales event is a great way to own that LEGO set that you’ve been eyeing on for quite some time at discounted prices. For this year, LEGO has teased about this event via its European site though it does not say much about the sets that will be offered.


However, we may have some clues on what sets will be included in the list of the online offers courtesy of Hoth Bricks. According to what they picked up, these are the sets that are confirmed to be included in the list. Take note that it’s possible that the entire list will not be revealed until the 25th of November. For those who are yet to cross out the LEGO Nexo Knights Jestro’s Volcano Lair (70323) or the LEGO Creator Volkswagen T1 Camper Van (10220) from their wishlist, then this is the best time to do so.


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LEGO Creator Expert Volkswagen T1 Camper Van (10220) – € 99.99 € 79.99 (roughly $79.99)10220_alt1 10220-1


LEGO Friends Amusement Park Roller Coaster (41130) – € 99.99 € 79.99 (roughly $79.99)41130_alt1 41130-1



LEGO Knights Jestro’s Volcano Lair (70323) – € 129.99 € 103.99 (roughly $103.99)70323_alt1 70323-1


On top of this, it is great to know that November 25 also marks the start of another LEGO exclusive that entitles buyers to a FREE, limited edition, LEGO Snowglobe (40223). The free exclusive will be given away for a minimum purchase of $99 and above of any LEGO products via in-stores or online. The price point may be somehow higher than the usual, but since it is part of the Brick Friday/Cyber Monday deals, then it is definitely worth it.


Be sure to stay tuned here in the Brick Show for the most recent updates on this upcoming store event, and for the complete list of all LEGO sets that will be on sale during this period.

LEGO Star Wars UCS Sandcrawler 75059 Now 20% Off via Amazon.

If you’re raring to add a LEGO Star Wars Ultimate Collector Series set to your collection of Star Wars memorabilia, then you may want to check this one. Amazon has recently listed the LEGO Star Wars UCS Sandcrawler 75059 for as low as $236.76, 20% down of its original price of $299.99. Introduced 2 years ago, this set is already tagged as hard to find and may most likely end up on the retired section anytime soon. It comes in at 3,296 pieces with 14 minifigs and impressive play features. For an in depth look at the UCS Sandcrawler, check out Stephen’s comprehensive review below.

There are other LEGO Star Wars sets that are on discount just in time for the holidays, including some of our favorites. Click on the links below and check them out via Amazon.


LEGO Star Wars UCS Sandcrawler 75059 ($299.99; $236.99 via Amazon)

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LEGO Star Wars UCS Ewok Village 10236 ($249.99; $218.99 via Amazon)

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LEGO Star Wars Millennium Falcon 75105 ($149.99; $119.00 via Amazon)

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LEGO Star Wars Carbon-Freezing Chamber 75137 ($24.99; $18.89 via Amazon)

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LEGO Star Wars Imperial Shuttle Tydirium 75094 ($99.99; $79.99 via Amazon)

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LEGO Star Wars Death Star Final Duel 75093 ($79.99; $56.95 via Amazon)

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LEGO Star Wars Poe’s X-Wing Fighter 75102 ($79.99; $67.99 via Amazon)

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LEGO Star Wars Obi-Wan’s Jedi Interceptor 75135 ($24.99; $19.88 via Amazon)

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LEGO Star Wars TIE Advanced Prototype 75082 ($39.99; $33.29 via Amazon)

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Also on discount are the newer LEGO Star Wars Rogue One sets for as low as 15% off starting with the Rebel U-Wing Fighter.


LEGO Star Wars Rebel U-Wing Fighter 75155 ($79.99; $68.00 via Amazon)

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LEGO Star Wars AT-ST Walker 75153 ($39.99; $32.82 via Amazon)

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LEGO Star Wars Krennic’s Imperial Shuttle 75156 ($89.99; $84.95 via Amazon)

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LEGO Star Wars TIE Striker 75154 ($69.99; $67.76 via Amazon)

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LEGO NINJAGO Stone Armour Cole (5004393) Now Available at Toys R Us!

For those of you who are fans of NINJAGO and/or are fond of collecting polybags, you seem to be in luck due to these most recent reports.

Allegedly, the Stone Armour Cole set (5004393) is now available at Toys R Us, reportedly from the price of $7.99, with Canadian stores apparently giving the item away with $25+ purchases. This information comes according to The Brick Fan, who originally recieves this information from a reader.

As such, this is not 100% confirmed and could simply be an isolated incident (there’s been countless times that individual stores don’t follow nationwide promotions), but if this is a figure that interests you I’d imagine it’s still worth a look next chance you get.

LEGO Ideas Wall-E (21303) and Other Popular Sets Retiring Soon.

In case you’re eyeing for that LEGO Ideas Wall-E or UCS Star Wars Sandcrawler for quite some time already, you may want to make up your mind right away. LEGO’s online store has recently rolled out its next sets slated for retirement anytime soon. All regional sites of, except that of North America as of this writing, have already updated their listing, and have tagged a handful of impressive sets that are retiring soon, including our personal favorite, Wall-E .


Though the US and Canada regional sites have not listed these sets yet, we can be pretty sure that they will be updated soon. Frankly, LEGO does not readily announce when a set will exactly be retired. We can only have a hint of its impending retirement once it is tagged as ‘Retiring Soon’. If that happens then we can only hope for LEGO to either come up with a sort of a rehash similar to what they did with the LEGO Star Wars Death Star 75159, or click your way through various exorbitant eBay offers. Alternatively, Amazon also offers these sets for sale for good measure – plus at great discounted prices. You may want to check out these links as well.


LEGO Star Wars UCS Ewok Village (10236) $249.99 $218.99 @ Amazon


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LEGO Star Wars UCS Sandcrawler (75059) $299.99 $262.98 @ Amazon


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LEGO Pet Shop (10218) $149.95 $145.99 @ Amazon

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LEGO Creator Sydney Opera House (10234) $319.99 $310.99 @ Amazon

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LEGO Ideas Wall-E (21303) $59.99 @ Amazon.

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LEGO Ideas Ghostbusters Ecto-1 (21108)  $49.99 $46.78 @ Amazon

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LEGO Ideas The Big Bang Theory (21302) $59.99 $42.94 @ Amazon

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LEGO Ideas Doctor Who (21304) $59.99 $52.47 @ Amazon

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LEGO December Store Calendar Now Up – New LEGO Disney Moana Set Revealed!


There is something special with LEGO’s December Store Calendar. Before we hit theaters on November 23 to watch Disney’s latest Polynesian princess and her demigod companion, LEGO was kind enough to give us a glimpse on its latest set dedicated to the adventurous spirit of Moana. Tagged as LEGO Disney Moana on the High Seas (41150), the set features a mini-doll version of Moana, Maui in his big-fig form, Moana’s pet chicken HeiHei, and a raft.


It’s interesting to note that Brickset has updated its database to include another LEGO Disney Moana Set named as Moana’s Island Adventure (41149). We can only surmise that since it is tagged as a ‘house’ this may probably refer to Moana’s island home village where we can see some of her relatives like Gramma Tala, and her parents Tui and Sina. I hope that LEGO has more sets slated for Disney’s Moana since the film itself has plenty of interesting scenes that  will be pretty cool rendered in LEGO bricks – imagine a band  of crazy, coconut-armored Kakamora in their colorful minifig versions aboard their pirate ship. Well, we can always hope.

Here’s the December LEGO Store Calendar, followed by a breakdown of all its key highlights. Click on the images for a closer look.

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November 28-December 11 – FREE 2017 Wall Calendar with purchases of $75 or more. The fine print on the back of the calendar seems to suggest that this offer is valid in LEGO Stores only.



December 6-7 – The VIP Monthly Mini Model Build will be the Christmas Present (40219). Be sure to register at starting November 15 to reserve your spot.



December 10-11– Double VIP Points on everything at LEGO Stores and on Shop@Home.


December 12-18 – Free Gingerbread Man (5005156) with purchases of $50 or more while supplies last.



December 20 – Order by noon for holiday delivery. We definitely have to mark this one on our calendars.


Other than the LEGO Disney Moana on the High Seas (41150), the LEGO December Store calendar has also officially included the latest LEGO Batman Movie Batcave Break-In set (70909) and the DC Superhero Girls Superhero High School (41232). This could mean that we might see more reveals anytime soon or before the year ends.


So what do you think of LEGO’s rendition of Moana and her high sea adventure? What do you think is best part of LEGO’s December Store Calendar? Tell us what you think in the comments below.