Three new promotional sets

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Brickset member kram has uncovered three new promotional sets: this Creator truck, a City police helicopter (30014) and a Ninjago miniifig (30084). No word yet on how and when they'll be available, so keep your eyes peeled...

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By in United States,

It be a promotional Jay! Maybe it'll be from the LEGO Club meeting that's happening later this month....

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By in United Kingdom,

How many promo police helicopters is that now? More on the list for next years Daily Mirror promo :)

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By in United States,

Really Lego? The police helicopter is pretty much the same as 4900- Fire Helicopter.....

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By in United States,

I saw the Police Helicopter at a Target shortly after Christmas.

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By in Sweden,

instead of similarity to 4900 Fire Helicopter, it's almost the same as 4991 Police Helicopter, nothing special

creator truck is so cute, so sweet... must have :)

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By in Canada,

probably like chrome stromtrooper for Jay

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By in United States,

Love that Creator Truck!!!

^I agree, the Ninjago is probably going to be a giveaway at TRU for purchasing "X" amount of Ninjago sets from them.

Yes the Police Helicopter is way too similar to the Fire Copter but at least it isn't the boat again as that set was an impulse set for '09 and '10.

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By in United States,

I went on missing parts list on Lego.com, they have parts for these sets.

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By in France,

Nice! Hope Lego will bring this to South East Asia soon!

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By in United Kingdom,

I agree with 3dom and aaronptrck, 4900 is most likely based on 4991 and 30014. And like other people, I can see these being in Target and the Daily Mirror giveaway...

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By in United Kingdom,

Slightly off-topic, but I found the "Exclusive" Daily Mirror 30006 Clone Walker set in Asda, NW London last week for £2.00. Oddly, his eyes look to the right, not straight ahead like my Battle Pack Clone Troopers. Happy hunting !

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