Lone Ranger now available from shop.LEGO.com

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Cavalry Builder Set

The six Lone Ranger sets can now be ordered from shop.LEGO.com in the USA for immediate dispatch. They are not available in the UK yet, although other countries like Switzerland, can order them, and many of the summer City sets too.

The product feed we receive from LEGO is currently broken so new items are not showing up in the area above. LEGO is aware and is working on a fix.

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By in New Zealand,

the lone ranger sets in new zealand are expensive

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By in Switzerland,

Surprisingly, the Man of Steel sets are also available (currently only in Switzerland, Germany and Austria as far as I've checked)...

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By in Switzerland,

Everything is on the Online Shop... TMNT, Man of Steel, Lone Ranger, the new Iron Man and Marvel Sets.... and Series 10 CMs...

Is it Christmas already??

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By in Netherlands,

^ can't find any lone ranger, series 10 ect. on shop at home nl, as always,
nl often has to wait 1-2 months longer then the rest (with the sets i want this is often the case).
Last time i asked about it on the phone, the person didn't know, we just have to.
But we do have to pay more, why, probably because we have to pay the debts of other european countries.
All prices go up because of rising taxes. We now even have to tell how our house looks like inside,
so they can ask more taxes if we have maintaned our house.
The point was, i often see ''new sets out'' and then when they come on sale here, i had already forgotten about it.
But this is a problem between lego, the netherlands and nl buyers,
not with brickset members, just had to empty my heard.

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By in United States,

Does anyone know if LEGO will offer a Virtual Product Collection like they did for Monster Fighters, City Mining, and Lord of the Rings?

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By in United States,

Also the new version of the minifig magnet have been added.

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By in United States,

Oh, goody! :D Next time I'm in town I'll have to look around for Lone Ranger sets and CMF Series 10.

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By in United States,

^^ Indeed they have. Rather than add them to the database manually I'll wait until the feed is back up so they are added automatically.

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By in United States,

I ordered two sets (Stagecoach Escape and Cavalry Builder) through Amazon about 10 days back and they arrived this past Saturday - a couple days ahead of the release date. Definitely worth it, if only for the minifigs.

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By in United Kingdom,

Any word on the UK release date?

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By in Belgium,

@ af.riem: Amazon.de lists them for release on 20th of April and has some of the sets at a good price compared to recommended retail prices (especially the train is a lot cheaper than the expected price in stores here in Belgium) + they will be out almost a month sooner. And they ship for free to Belgium (I suppose the Netherlands as well). I only noticed it thanks to the amazon price comparison tool on the homepage here at brickset ;)

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By in United States,

So is the new minifig magnet a non-glued figure? Can it be used like a "regular" minifig (albeit with Chinese plastic) like the versions that came on the 2x4 magnet piece?

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By in United States,

Picked up the complete series at the Lego store today. Anxious to build both Comanche Camp and Stagecoach Escape to see how the size is in comparison to minifigs. Was able to use our 10% off coupon from the catalog on the train for a nice savings.

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By in United States,

The Empire Strikes Out DVD is available, but sadly the Batman DVD with Clark Kent isn't. :(

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By in United States,

^ Batman DVD with Clark will be released on May 21st

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By in United States,

^^ Bumper I haven't received any catalog with 10% off coupon. I ordered the complete series from LEGO.com. Good for you, AFFOL_Shellz_Bellz.

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By in Netherlands,

@VadimD, they will probably ship to the netherlands, but the problem is that they only accept creditcards (i don't have/ need one for the rest of my payments). And everyone in the netherlands (and europe) has IBAN. Beside that we have BIC, and more people start to get paypal in the netherlands. We just had monts of tv commercials that everyone in the netherlands will get IBAN. Besides lego.com there is always the more expensive brickshop, but i know shop near me, that sells sets for prices around 20% cheaper thet everyone else (a set of 120 euros at lego is there around 100 euros) that gets most of the sets at the time lego gets them, only not all the exclusives, so those i buy at lego.
But thanks for your comment anyway.

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By in Netherlands,

^thats exactly what i was talking about (and half forgot to type in)

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By in United States,

Oops! I meant "Bummer" not "Bumper" ... late night typing error

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By in United Kingdom,

Just had a reply back from Lego through Facebook regarding the release of Lone Ranger sets in the UK - they have given me a release date in the UK as the 19th of JULY! Disappointed beyond belief - especially with the release of Galaxy squad in the UK being held back as well.

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By in Belgium,

^^^^ @ lucienc ; could be worse.. (54.99€ ) (or 72US$ at todays rate..)

http://shop.lego.com/en-BE/Stagecoach-Escape-79108?_requestid=1372057

or for the Danish customers: (aprox 80 US$)
http://shop.lego.com/en-DK/Stagecoach-Escape-79108?_requestid=1374596
of course, as many who justify these price differences will remark: a lot of it is due to marketing and transport costs.. because everybody understands that transport from the Lego factory to the country of Denmark is... ermm... wait a minute..

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By in United States,

Speaking of mark-ups, the TRU factor is in effect, $16.99 per set for the Cavalry set vs. $12.99 MSRP

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By in United Kingdom,

What I'd give to buy the sets from the US...but my parents never let me...which is very unfair and disappointing. It's like we can't get anything we want anymore.

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By in Canada,

Im not too intrested in the movie, but this wild west lego flippip rocks!!!!

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