Jurassic World sets now available

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T. Rex Transport

T. Rex Transport

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Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom sets are now available at shop.LEGO.com in all regions.

Please use these links to place your order:
USA | Canada | UK | Germany | France.

Our reviews of the eight boxed sets will commence later today.

 

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28 comments on this article

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By in Norway,

Bye bye paycheck!

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By in United Kingdom,

Can't see any Jurassic World sets yet on UK site!

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By in United States,

Already ordered a couple of them... hoping to find the 30382 polybag this week locally. (As for which I ordered, went for the T. Rex Transport, and Blue's Helicopter Pursuit. Thinking on it, I probably should've gone for some with some of the newer dinos in them... sorta anticipating that these will be flying off the shelves like the ones for the first Jurassic World did. (Also kinda hoping they do more Jurassic Park ones, I'm absolutely thrilled about them making the one.)

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By in Ukraine,

See just empty page on German site

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By in United Kingdom,

Nothing on the UK site yet.

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By in Australia,

Heading to the shops tomorrow, will pick up 3 sets. Was checking them out today, they look very cool.

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By in Poland,

All sets are on-line in Europe, but without pictures.

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By in Netherlands,

Listed under new sets at the Dutch [email protected], no pictures with the sets yet...

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By in Ireland,

apparently $39.99 for the Velociraptor Chase set translates into €52.99/£44.99. Pfft, yeah, my wallet is safe today.

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By in Belgium,

All sets are for sale in belgium but they are very expensive.

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By in Poland,

Interesting - Poland has JW sets, but 2 of new SW sets are missing.

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By in United States,

^ ditto in UK. I've used a John Lewis voucher I've been saving for one set but will probably wait for big reductions or my next trip to USA before thinking about buying any others. It's roughly £23 inc sales tax when converted from US$ for the £35 set.

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By in Australia,

Some stores in Oz have 20% off right off the bat, but still relatively pricey. Ah well, they'll still fly off the shelves!

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By in United Kingdom,

T. Rex Breakout £44.99 for 150 pieces! OK, it includes T. Rex and Baby T. Rex moulds which I'm sure aren't cheap to produce, but that has to be one of the worst £/part ratios ever. Are Juniors sets always this poor value?

I guess the combo of large specialised pieces + printed parts + licencing = ridiculous prices

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By in Portugal,

@dmcc0, I've noticed that Friends Juniors sets have a much higher €/part ratio than normal Friends sets, so I guess it's a Junior thing. That, combined with the JW IP and the special molds should explain the high price.

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By in Netherlands,

I wonder when and how the polybag will be available in Europe (NL specifically). There's nothing on Bricklink, and only one en Ebay from a German seller at a ridiculous price.

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By in United Kingdom,

Quite glad that the most expensive set doesn't really appeal to me as the dinosaur in that looks so goofy.

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By in Puerto Rico,

After July I will buy them (Carnotaurous, Stymoloch, Raptor Pursuit and Putpost Attack).

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By in United Kingdom,

LEGO® Store Leicester Square has them available. Picked up 75930 and 75932. Also picked up the Jurassic World brickheadz. :)

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By in Australia,

thehornedrat, what store did you see these sets in? Today I tried BigW, Target and TRU couldn't see any JW sets on the shelves yet. Was hoping to take advantage of the 20% off myself but was doubtful they would discount brand new sets.

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By in Norway,

Neat!

I'll have to put in some research/work to see which dinosaurs are new (I have all the dinosaurs from the previous Dino and JW lines), and which sets have duplicate (or close to it) minifigures. It would be nice to establish which sets I can avoid to save money.

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By in United States,

Already purchased the retailer exclusive sets. Last time the wal-Mart exclusive set was always sold out or marked up to double its retail price. Not making that mistake again.

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By in Australia,

somnbrik, Toys R Us have got them online. 75927, 75929-75930 are all shown as in stock. Plus 10756-10758 Juniors. And there is a 'buy 1 get 1 half price' discount too.

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By in United Kingdom,

Also Smyths Toys have all three Juniors Incredible 3 sets priced between £19.99-29.99

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By in Finland,

Wasn't the BTTF Brickheadz set supposed to be available already?

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By in Austria,

ok so I just saw the prices for those JW sets in GER & AUT, and I really wish they'd f**k off already.
Dilophosaurus Attack - 50€ for 289 pcs
Stygimoloch Breakout - 40€ for 222 pcs
Pteranodon Chase - 25€ for 169 pcs
Even the Juniors Raptor Transport is 30€(!!) for 85 pcs.

No, the Dinos are not worth an extra 20€.

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By in United States,

Yikes. At those Euro prices you could buy a plane ticket and buy them in the USA. The Jurassic Park set is $62 if you convert. It's $40 in the USA, it will probably be $32 because every set is always 20% off at Walmart. I could buy the set and ship it to Germany for less than $30. You can nearly buy two!

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By in United Kingdom,

Hahahahaha. Astonishingly bad prices. Maybe I'll take a look when they hit Argos 3 for 2, but probably need better reductions than that.

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