5005249 Iconic Easter 2018 now available at Sainsbury'sPosted by CapnRex101, 14 Mar 2018 22:00Easter Bunny Hut5005249-1 Seasonal Easter 2018 ©2018 LEGO Group5005249 Iconic Easter 2018 is now available in Sainsbury's stores across the UK. The set is free with LEGO purchases of over £20 but can also be bought individually for £4.00. Thanks to Brickulator 93 and ScotlandKerr for informing us. 27 likes 20 comments on this article By Minifig290 in United Kingdom, 14 Mar 2018 22:03These are going fast at my local store and some are being opened and nicked, which is shame. Anyay great set worth £20 with other sets or £4 by itself By GrizBe in United Kingdom, 14 Mar 2018 23:12Looks like a trip to my local Sainsbury's tomorrow then.... even though I hate the place. lol. By xboxtravis7992 in United States, 14 Mar 2018 23:26Whenever I see Lego's Easter sets I wonder, how many people actually paint the eggs? Using a vinegar-dye coloring seems to be the popular method of coloring eggs here. Painting seems a bit more old fashioned; but I imagine with a talented artist it probably looks 10x cooler! By legoavenger14 in United Kingdom, 15 Mar 2018 06:50I regularly shop at Sainsbury's so I, ll happily pay £4 for this, I like the new Azure blue tipped paint brush, and that egg element is cute too.. By AustinPowers in Germany, 15 Mar 2018 08:36Available in Germany in many toy stores for 2.99 Euro. Got two for the kids' Easter baskets. By Jackthenipper in United Kingdom, 15 Mar 2018 10:17Not in my Sainsburys :-( By AlabamaShrimp in United Kingdom, 15 Mar 2018 13:46Just got one. They had quite a few but not as many as the Chicken suit guy where they had hundreds. By David1985 in United States, 15 Mar 2018 17:03This set is cheaper in Europe than the USA? Not fair.Maybe they will have these on clearance at TRU. By pmcguire in Finland, 15 Mar 2018 20:04@David1985 My heart bleeds for you. By AustinPowers in Germany, 15 Mar 2018 20:51@David1985: how much is this set in the US? By David1985 in United States, 15 Mar 2018 21:02Well the chicken suit guy was $6. We don't have a price yet from TRU (If they ever sell it at all, it's just a free giveaway thing.) but Lego S@H has it in fine print being worth $6.99. By GrizBe in United Kingdom, 15 Mar 2018 23:32Doubt Toy R Us will get these given they're all shutting within 6 weeks now as they've not gotten a buyer. By mr_skinny in United Kingdom, 16 Mar 2018 10:01Not at my Sainsbury's. Shame as there's some sets reduced that total £20 too :-( By Palvone in United Kingdom, 16 Mar 2018 12:03Brighton, Portslade has some on a promotional end. They have 20% off selected sets too By Lego34s in United Kingdom, 16 Mar 2018 12:19My local Sainsburys didn't have the Free with £20 offer, although they did have 20% off selected lego so ironically I saved £5 on a Ciry set or I saved pound and got a free easter bunny By David1985 in United States, 16 Mar 2018 16:45GrizBe, they would have already have gotten them in stock at least a month ago. They either get the promos really early or really late but because this is a kids building event they should have gotten them super early. By Citizen_ in United Kingdom, 17 Mar 2018 00:10I purchased over £20's worth of Lego in Sainsbury's today 16.3.18, the advertising clearly stated the offer of a free rabbit for £20 spent on Lego.The system did not deduct the £4 at the checkout though so make sure you check your receipts By GrizBe in United Kingdom, 17 Mar 2018 09:33@David1985: Going off my local Smyths store, I know they never get their promo stuff until the week of the event. As said, given TRU troubles which have been known for a while they're gonna all close down, doubt they'll have got them at all. By David1985 in United States, 17 Mar 2018 16:18I still think they probably got them because the event was still scheduled until the bankruptcy was announced. But they might have to send them back to LEGO because of the bankruptcy. I should check to see. LEGO will now have an overstock of these, probably have Target give them away for the next few years like they are with the chicken suit box.Best part is the TRU CEOs and people up top get 14 million dollars from the bankruptcy court. The 30,000 who did all the work and didn't get the company to close get nothing. By Jack_Rizzo in United Kingdom, 19 Mar 2018 09:13Nothing in the Sainsbury's near me.