The LEGO Customer Service portal has been updated to include a new set of building instructions pointing towards a new LEGO Harry Potter polybag. A LEGO Harry Potter Hermione’s Study Desk (30392) polybag has now surfaced, thanks to the said entry listed over at LEGO.com.
To be exact, the building instructions for this new polybag offering are not actually uploaded yet. Instead, a set placeholder and product image is now made available on the portal. The new polybag features Hermione in her early years at Hogwarts, featuring what seems to be a new minifigure torso print. Aside from the miniature study table and accessories, it’s nice to see that LEGO is also throwing in a collectible Wizard Card tile piece that they began introducing with this year’s LEGO Harry Potter 20th Anniversary Commemorative sets. This is a more cost-effective way of gathering these special tiles if you’re the completionist kind of LEGO collector.
Details are scant with regards to this polybag. However, my best guess is that this LEGO Harry Potter Hermione’s Study Desk polybag might be available as a promotional item or gift-with-purchase set sometime in September. If you recall, it was also around this time last year when LEGO offered a similar freebie in the form of the Harry Potter and Hedwig Owl Delivery (30420) polybag.
I’ll keep you posted once more information comes in, so be sure to bookmark our page for future updates.
The LEGO Customer Service Portal has been updated to include several building instructions place holders that hint at the possibility of certain LEGO VIP Add-On packs to be released soon. To be precise, this listing does not include any building instructions, but images of what we can expect from these offerings.
Thanks to Brickset, we now have initial images of these LEGO VIP Add-On Packs and the elements and pieces that go along with them. Frankly, the concept is somewhat similar to the LEGO xtra theme, with the Add-On packs basically offering significantly more LEGO elements and pieces that revolve around a particular theme.
There’s no word as of now on how LEGO VIP members can avail of these add-ons. It might be a form of freebie that will be featured in next month’s LEGO Store Calendar, or perhaps as a reward via the LEGO VIP Rewards Center. We just have to wait and see. For now, it will be helpful if you can keep tabs on our blog site for future updates. Let’s take a look at what we can expect from these expansions packs.
Fun and Funky VIP Add On Pack (40512) – 148 pieces
Spooky VIP Add On Pack (40513) – 119 pieces
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Winter Wonderland VIP Add On Pack (40514) – 139 pieces
Pirates and Treasure VIP Add On Pack (40515) – 103 pieces
Late in May, we reported on the arrival of a new Summer 2021 wave of LEGO Super Mario sets. And included in this offering is a new collection of random blind bags for the LEGO Super Mario Character Pack Series 3 (71394) which LEGO has now given us a glimpse via its Twitter page.
Introducing 10 new LEGO Super Mario Character Packs – Series 3. Which character would you add to your level? pic.twitter.com/LMfMYpO0In
Though this latest series of Character Packs are not yet listed at LEGO.com, this social media reveal allows us to have a glimpse of the 10 brick-built Super Mario characters that will be included in this wave.
LEGO is yet to announce a release date for the LEGO Super Mario Character Pack Series 3, but we can assume that more info will be out in the next few days considering that new summer 2021 sets are gradually making their way at LEGO Shop@Home. What do you think of this latest series? Which one are you hoping to get?
Just a quick reminder in case you missed our previous post regarding the June 2021 LEGO Store Calendar. Because if you intend to make the most out of your next LEGO purchase this month, then be sure not to miss out on these LEGO Store promos.
Free LEGO Blue VIP Keychain (854090)
If in case you are not yet a LEGO VIP member yet, then registering to be one surely has its perks. Because starting today, you’ll get an exclusive LEGO Blue VIP Keychain (854090) as an incentive for signing up as a LEGO VIP member. It features a monochromatic blue LEGO minifigure and a LEGO logo piece on a keychain. The best part is that there’s no extra cost to be part of the LEGO VIP program. This special VIP keychain promo will run until the end of this year or until supplies last. Simply head over to the VIP link at your LEGO.com account to know more.
Throughout this month, LEGO is paying it forward to all LEGO and LEGO Ninjago fans by offering a free LEGO Ninjago 10th Anniversary BrickHeadz (40490) set to those whose next LEGO Ninjago purchase will total $85 or more. The exclusive collectible BrickHeadz set features three iconic Ninjago characters: Golden Lloyd, Nya Samurai X, and Firstbourne Dragon. Be sure to grab this promo as well if you’re planning to get the latest LEGO Ninjago sets available today at LEGO Shop@Home.
Free LEGO Speed Champions McLaren Elva (30343) polybag
And if you’re excited to get this next wave of LEGO Speed Champions summer 2021 sets, then you’ll be glad to know that starting today, LEGO is throwing in a nice polybag incentive along with it. Because for a single-receipt purchase of any LEGO set worth $40 and above, you’ll get a free LEGO Speed Champions McLaren Elva (30343) polybag added automatically to your shopping cart. This polybag version of its larger counterpart, the LEGO Speed Champions McLaren Elva (76902), comes in at 85 pieces will be offered both in-store and online starting today and until June 20, 2021.
So what new LEGO set are you planning to get today? What do you think of these June LEGO Store Promos? Let us know what you think in the comments below.
It looks like we have confirmation on how LEGO intends to expand its 2021 portfolio of LEGO Super Mario sets, following the now-deleted listing from Romanian online store Auchan. Thanks to this tip, we now have an idea of what LEGO has in store for its LEGO Super Mario summer 2021 collection. This is not an all-inclusive set, and we can expect additional information to come out any time soon.
In the meantime, what we know is that we will be getting another expansion set in the form of a brick-built version of the Lakitu Heavenly World. It will feature Lakitu, Bullet Bill and Fuzzy, and will expect to retail for $40. We can also expect two new Power-Up costumes for Mario in the form of Frog Mario and Bee Mario each retailing for $10 similar to its predecessors. And finally, LEGO is further adding more characters in our LEGO Super Mario Adventures with its Series 3 Character Packs. This next wave of 10 blind bags includes Torpedo Ted, Bony Beetle, 1-Up, Scuttlebug, Parachute Bob-omba, Galoomba, Swoop, Boo, Amp, and Crowber.
There’s a good possibility that we can hear an official reveal from LEGO anytime soon, considering that this info has already been shared with third-party retailers. I’ll keep you posted once more related news comes in about this wave of LEGO Super Mario summer 2021 sets.
The June 2021 LEGO Store Calendar has now been uploaded via LEGO’s servers and it looks like there’s plenty to expect at your local LEGO store at LEGO Shop@Home starting next week. The month of June marks the availability of most of LEGO’s H2 (or 2nd half of the year) offerings, and LEGO is throwing in a handful of promotional items as an incentive to tick that that next LEGO wishlist. Let’s take a look.
Offer valid from June 1 to June 30, 2021; in-store only.
It looks like Ninjago is now given the official BrickHeadz treatment, and the timing couldn’t be better. LEGO Ninjago now marks its 10th anniversary making it one of LEGO’s longest-running themes. And aside from the various exclusive LEGO Ninjago minifigures and sets that were announced to celebrate the occasion, LEGO is now throwing in its first BrickHeadz rendition of some of the most iconic characters of the theme. It is not exactly a freebie, but this 3-in-1 set comes in at a discounted price of $10 if you happen to have a single-receipt purchase of any LEGO Ninjago sets worth $85 and more from June 1 to June 30. Originally valued at $29.99, this BrickHeadz trio includes a rendering of Golden Lloyd, Nya Samurai X, and the Firstbourne Dragon. Please take note that this is an in-store offer, so better plan for your next LEGO Store visit.
Free LEGO Speed Champions McLaren Elva (30343) polybag
Offer valid from June 7 to June 20, 2021.
To celebrate the release of its larger cousin, the LEGO Speed Champions McLaren Elva (76902), LEGO is also throwing in a polybag for every single-receipt purchase of any LEGO set worth $40 or more, both in-store and online. You may also want to check out the next wave of LEGO Speed Champions to see what they have to offer.
Free LEGO Swing Ship Ride (5006748) for VIP Members
Offer valid for LEGO VIP members only from June 21 to 30, 2021.
Here’s a treat for LEGO VIP members. Any single-receipt, LEGO purchases worth $85 from June 21 to 30, 2021 will entitle you to this free LEGO Swing Ship Ride (5006748) set. We have little information about this freebie, especially about its piece count. But judging from its initial photos, we can see that the Swing Ship Ride comes on an 8×8 base that features a swing mechanism and a sticker that echoes LEGO’s founding principle of “LEG GODT” or “play well”. I’ll give you updates once more info comes in.
Free LEGO Blue VIP Keychain (854090)
Offer valid when you sign-up for the first time to become a LEGO VIP member. Promo runs from June 1 to December 31, 2021.
Throughout the second half of the year, LEGO is giving out the exclusive LEGO Blue VIP Keychain as an incentive for signing up as a LEGO VIP member. Its a great way to start your journey on great LEGO discounts, rewards, and other cool LEGO giveaways.
Free LEGO Bob Minion with Robot Arms (30387)
Offer valid from June 24 to July 11, 2021.
To mark the long-overdue release of Universal Pictures’ Minions: The Rise of Gru animated film, LEGO is also giving out incentives for those who will make their next LEGO Minions purchase. From June 24 to July 11, any single-receipt purchase of any LEGO Minions sets worth $40 will entitle you to this Bob Minion polybag. It’s a nice way to build your army of little yellow minions if you ask me.
I have to say that the offerings and promos listed in the June 2021 LEGO Store Calendar are pretty exciting. So be sure to check with LEGO Shop@Home for the latest and upcoming LEGO sets next month.
If you missed it, the LEGO Online Store has been updated to include a new promotional. From May 23 to June 30, 2021, the LEGO DOTS Photo Holder Cube (30557) will be added to your shopping cart for free for a minimum single-receipt purchase of any LEGO DOTS, VIDIYO or Friends sets worth $40 and above.
This is a welcome surprise, especially for fans of the relatively new LEGO DOTS theme. The Photo Holder Cube was not mentioned in the May 2021 LEGO Store Calendar, so it’s nice to see LEGO throwing in a bit of LEGO shopping incentive.
Coming in at 109 pieces, the LEGO DOTS Photo Holder Cube (30557) features a customizable display set perfect for those small-sized photos or just even a note placeholder. And with the introduction of the latest wave of LEGO Summer 2021 sets, then there’s plenty of reasons to get that next LEGO set on your wishlist. Be sure to visit LEGO Shop@Home for more details.
The LEGO Customer Services portal has been updated, revealing an accompanying polybag for the LEGO Marvel Shang-Chi sets. These sets are currently available over at LEGO Shop@Home, and it’s good to know that TLG has also thrown in a polybag for the newest LEGO Marvel subtheme. The LEGO Marvel Shang-Chi and the Great Protector (30454) polybag has now been revealed, with its building instructions made available online.
The polybag comes in at 55 pieces and features a mini version of the Great Protector as it is referred to in the MCU. As a scaled-down version of its larger counterpart in the Battle at the Ancient Village (76177), this polybag version highlights the same white and red color scheme for the water dragon on top of a decorative translucent light blue design plate first introduced this year in sets such as Iron Man vs Thanos (76170) and the aforementioned Battle at the Ancient Village (76177). This miniature dragon somewhat resembles and gives a similar vibe as that of 2017’s Green Ninja Mech Dragon (30428) polybag from the LEGO Ninjago Movie theme.
The LEGO Marvel Shang-Chi and the Great Protector polybag is also a great way to add the latest LEGO MCU superhero to your roster of superhero minifigs. It features Shang-Chi in his red, printed torso with a golden staff accessory, similar to how he is presented in other regular sets.
We’re still waiting for further information on where to find this polybag, and once we have it, I’ll update this post accordingly. In the meantime, you want to see and try to build this mini version of the Great Protector using these building instructions.
It looks like Luigi will be accompanied by his first LEGO polybag expansion set. After the reveal of the LEGO Super Mario Adventures with Luigi (71387), now comes another polybag in the Nintendo-inspired series. Similar to its predecessors, the LEGO Super Mario Fuzzy & Mushroom Platform (30389) offers a sort of expansion for the starter course set, with plenty of various elements and buildable figures.
The catch though is that it might be a sort of third-party retailer exclusive as reported by Brickfanz. LEGO Super Mario fans in the UK may obtain this polybag as a sort of a gift-with-purchase set particularly over at Zavvi, GAME, and Smyths Toys. I’m not 100% sure if this will eventually land in the US, but it is most likely that the LEGO Super Mario Fuzzy & Mushroom Platform (30389) polybag will find its way to US LEGO Stores in the near future.
Coming in at 39 pieces, this latest polybag includes a scannable tile, a buildable Fuzzy character, and other obstacle course elements.
This polybag joins the rest of the LEGO Super Mario 2021 sets that have been revealed already. And in case you missed it, you may want to check out the rest of these offerings over at LEGO Shop@Home, or by clicking on the following affiliate links below.
Just in time with the announcement of the new LEGO Star Wars UCS R2-D2 (75308) set, LEGO has also unveiled its 2021 May the 4th promotions and other pretty cool freebies. And similar to previous years’ promo, LEGO is now giving another iconic Star Wars scene a microscaled, diorama rendition. Aside from its cool selection of LEGO Star Wars sets up for grabs, LEGO Shop@Home has now been updated to include several of its May the 4th promotions which will be made available starting May 1st.
Free LEGO Star Wars Tatooine Homestead (40451)
Similar to its diorama predecessors such as 2020’s Death Star II Battle (40407) and 2019’s Battle of Hoth – 20th Anniversary Edition (40333), the Tatooine Homestead (40451) features a microscaled version of Luke Skywalker’s beginnings in his home planet of Tatooine. This miniature vignette depicts the Lars family home, a Landspeeder, a Sandcrawler with the desert dunes of Tatooine on its background, and the year 2021 featured on the center. This May the 4th promotional will be added to your cart for free for every single receipt LEGO Star Wars purchases made between May 1 to 5 worth $85 and above.
Free LEGO Star Wars Imperial Shuttle (30388) Polybag
As an in-store freebie, LEGO is throwing in this LEGO Star Wars Imperial Shuttle (30388) polybag for fans who will opt to visit and purchase at their nearest LEGO Store from May 1 to 5. This polybag will be added to your cart for free for every single-receipt LEGO Star Wars purchase worth $40 or more.
LEGO Star Wars Dutch Vander Minifigure VIP Sweepstakes
LEGO is also throwing in another minifigure as part of its LEGO VIP sweepstakes promo running from May 1 to 21, 2021. For a certain number of LEGO VIP points, you can have a chance of winning a LEGO Star Wars Dutch Vander minifigure. This comes encased in a collectible acrylic case together with a signed photo of Canadian actor Angus MacInnes who played the iconic role of Rebel Squadron Gold Leader Jon “Dutch” Vander. With regards to the minifigure, I really can’t say if it’s an entirely new minifig version of the Gold Leader since its looks very much the same as that of the exclusive minifigure that came with the LEGO Star Wars UCS Y-wing Starfighter (75181) from 2018.