2nd-half 2011 sets now available online and in stores

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Mercedes-Benz Unimog U 400

New LEGO sets for the 2nd-half of the 2011 calendar year are now available online at shop.lego.com and in LEGO brand stores. The sets primarily span the Hero Factory, Ninjago, Technic, and Duplo themes.

Some notable additions are the 8110 Technic MB Unimog, which finally confirms the suspected price of USD 199.99, and a new LEGO board game called LEGO Champion, which looks to be a family style game in the same vein of Creationary.

To easily browse the new sets, visit http://shop.lego.com (or click the link in the top right corner) and click the "What's New" section of the Shop Features on the right hand navigation pane.

Also, since it's August 1st, you can expect to see big box retailers like Target and Wal-Mart refresh their displays with this latest stock which will carry us through to the holiday season.

8 comments on this article

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By in United Kingdom,

$200 for the Unimog is a good price per piece among system sets, let alone PF/pneumatic/lisenced sets :)

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By in Canada,

The Red Cargo Train is now available at shop.LEGO.com now, for $159.99 USD and $219.99 CAD. Bit pricey, but still $20 CAD under the Cargo train. Awesome!!!

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By in United States,

Actually, I was suprised to find that the unimog was $50 dollars less than I expected

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By in United States,

Im guessing the Unimog is going to take the price slot of the Technic Excavator.

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By in United States,

I thought the unimog was going to be $400 USD because of its big size.

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By in United Kingdom,

Just reserved the 8110 at ARGOS £159.99 the last one in the Nottingham area. It seems they are limiting them to their EXTRA stores.
Will collect after lunch.

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By in United Kingdom,

Collected the 8110, there was a Promo. discount of £10, plus a £5 voucher!!!
So a good day.

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By in United States,

I saw the Lightning Dragon Battle at Toys R Us for $79.99. Quite expensive.

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