Posted by yellowcastle, 15 Aug 2010 01:55. Filed under
The September LEGO Store Calendar is now available. The promotion next month is a free LEGO Harry Potter book cover with a $50 purchase. Here are scans of the front and back.
Thanks to Brickset member legoDad42 for both the update and scans.
Yes Harry Potter sets are getting closer and closer. cant wait to spend copious amounts of money on legos within the next few months. still need to decide if i want the imperial shuttle.
Voldemort is dressed in black! After seeing those pictures of him in dark green I got a little worried.
Imperial Shuttle coming soon...YES!Thx for the shout out YellowCastle!
you go mike!
you can preorder lego harry potter on september 1st, and find them in lego stores october 1st.
@R4-G9 Actually It says 11th.
i have one and it says: pre-order at shop.lego.com starting september 1! find it at lego stores october 1!
I got it and looked on the back... it says they will be doing a "race back to school" racers event... its to bad that its on september 11th,also im planning on entering the monthly min model bulides contest for next years spetember moulde it will be a fdny fire fighter,wish me luck!
GO! GO! Harry Potter! I'll Pre-order if I Can, If Not, I'll Buy it Oct. 1! I Want That Castle! :P
when does the ucs imperial shuttle come out?????
@lego star wars dude It says September 1st for the Imperial Shuttle.
Does anyone have any idea how much the harry potter sets are going to be??
Thought the Imperial shuttle was coming out in october? (not that I'm complaining)
ceroknight try toysnbricks.com they have box pictures and msrp for all of them.
If you look at the upper right hand corner of the calendar it says Pre-order starting September 1st, find them in stores starting October 1st.
thank you R4-G9...wow overpriced much?
Actually I thought the prices were right on with it being a liscenced product. My teenage son will be happy they are coming out soon. He is saving his birthday money for them.
darn it. the monthly mini build is on the 7th, and i have school on that day. i'll have homework on that day. =(
I really don't see what a book cover has to do with LEGO products besides a few pictures.Anyway I'm not very excited about HP sets, they aren't very appealing to me, so it seems this is just going to be another month that won't need to buy a new set.
you're forgetting 8684
Harry Potter prices are decent according to Brickipedia...Hagrid's Hut (442 pieces) - $39.99 (good deal)Freeing Dobby (73 pieces) - $9.99 (probably will be $10.99)Quidditch Match (153 pieces) - $19.99 (maybe $5 bucks too high but not terrible with 5 mini-figs)The Burrow (568 pieces) - $59.99 (fair price w/6 mini-figs)Hogwarts Express (646 pieces) - $79.99 (about $5 - $10 too high)Hogwarts Castle (1290 pieces) - $119.99 (good to fair price w/11 mini-figs)
I think the Hogwarts castle is a very good price. When my son and I first saw the pics (before prices) we were guessing on the prices and got all but Hagrid's hut and the castle right. I thought Hagrid's hut would be $29. and the castle I thought would be $130. So, not too bad.
im only going to get the cheapest (freeing dobby) and that one is kinda overpriced.....i wish i can get more hp sets but im saving up for a few other sets including the imperial shuttle that is going to come out on sept 1st
Does Anyone know if those 6 sets will be the only new hp sets?
hey legodad42, thanks 4 all those prices.
@sword2211 yes those are the only sets for 2010. Now that doesn't mean they won't come out with sets in 2011 when part 2 of the Deathly Hollows is released. @Legodad42 I say the burrows. It looks cooler.
@ crazyawesomeyeah: No prob...Brickipedia is a good resource. Check it out.
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