Disney Train available now

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Disney Train and Station

Disney Train and Station

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71044 Disney Train and Station is now available at LEGO.com to VIPs. It's a little pricey but a great set, as our review will attest.

The 2900 piece set contains five unique minifigures, including Goofy, and Powered Up! components allowing the train to be controlled via Bluetooth on your phone.

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26 comments on this article

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By in New Zealand,

"It's a little pricey" - English understatement at its very finest, Huw!

Yep, it's a great set (or the train part, at least) but it needs a wacking great discount to make it palatable. And to compensate for all those stickers!

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By in United Kingdom,

I don't mind the stickers, but the price. I don't equate this to be the same value as the castle. I wish they had split the set into train and station.

When I first saw this set I was excited about it. Then I logged in and saw the price and thought 'great, yet another set I'll struggle to afford.' Then I started looking at closely, to see if it was worth spending that much money on. And I started to like it less and less. By the time I finshed, I lost all interest in purchasing it, even though I usually love lego trains and stations and loved the Disney castle.

I brought both the winter train and winter village station because I loved the sets and there was sense making them two sets. I wish they had done this here, because I would have been persuaded to buy the station and maybe the train at a later date.

I know there's probably an argument somewhere that lego are pricing the sets sensibly, but it seems lately that a lot of them are few bricks for more than a few pounds. They seem to be getting more and expensive. The F.R.I.E.N.D.S set price surprised me, i was expecting it to more expensive, as so many new sets have been recently.

I only have a few sets on my list at the moment, as its been a rather dry year for interesting sets, but they still add up to £500. Adding another £300, not to mention the modular, is just too much.

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By in Netherlands,

about buying from lego.com:
other people still have problems with ordering from bricks and pieces or getting errors that VIP discount codes are invalid or expired (redeemed them on Saturday, still am not able to use them)? Contacted Lego customer service(?) and they are either unable or unwilling to help, get a standard reply that something went wrong and it'll probably sort itself out sometime...

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By in United States,

when can order it in u.s.?

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By in United Kingdom,

Jang’s Preview sums up what I think about this set precisely, only I don’t have an emotional attachment to it. I’d love a copy of the station and enough bricks to make it a whole building - it makes me think f the modular fire station, and that can only be a good thing!

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By in United States,

The USA link is bad.

{now sorted}

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By in Czech Republic,

@patrizio84:
Yes, I am unable to order bricks & pieces as well. Credit card can not be authorized since last week. Not a problem with my bank. Contacted LEGO support many times: they acknowledged it and are trying to fix it as fast as possible.

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By in United States,

I just tried to order the Disney Train and credit card could not be authorized. Between this and the hoops you have to jump through in order to use your VIP points, it's a pathetic website.

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By in United Kingdom,

Bricks and pieces became a super pain to use a while bk so I don't use it anymore. The way I had to browse the pieces was so awkward and slow. If they improve it or already have I'd look into it again. Feel like I'd get tons of stuff from it if it was user friendly or even just what it used to be like

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By in Switzerland,

I will wait for the Hidden Side Juice Bar (#40336-1) GWP with placing an order.

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By in Netherlands,

@mica86 you're right, but it's so appealing to get special new parts a lot cheaper than on Bricklink/Brickowl. I still used it a lot despite all the hassle, especially when a new wave is released ;-)

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By in Germany,

330€ and no remote, seriously?

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By in United States,

The powered up hub uses your mobile device and an app as the remote.

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By in United States,

Everyone is complaining about the price but the Cargo Train is $100 less but with only 1300 pieces. You’re getting 1700 more pieces and a licensed set for only $100 more.

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By in Canada,

@Sjerakat the difference is that this Disney set will most likely won't get a price reduction as it's Lego exclusive. The city train you mentioned was down to about $180 CAD few times already from Amazon, Walmart etc. There was no reason to pay full price for it, as you knew 100% that it'll get at least 30% discount.

What was the lowest price of the Disney Castle ?

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By in United States,

At least we now know what Lego were saving Goofy for...

(Was going to mention that on the announcement article, but i forgot.)

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By in United Kingdom,

If this ends up in john lewis and smyths etc, then I'd imagine quite heavy reductions on this set

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By in United States,

Just waiting for double vip points or a nice freebie. Helps that I don’t have that kind of money in my account right now

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By in Australia,

I don't have an interest either way - not my taste in trains or architecture.

But I just want to comment that there seems to be a growing number of very pricy sets (go to the lego on line shop and list by price, to see how many are greater than ~$250). Prices that I find hard to justify for myself, even they can be rationalised on a price-per-brick ratio (although I can't even do that with this one).

I guess someone is buying them, but it's not for me.

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By in United Kingdom,

I haven't had chance to look into the new powered up stuff, can you get a controller or are you forced to only be able to use your phone/app?

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By in United States,

@BrickCompanion. There is a remote. Item number 88010 for $22.99 USD

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By in United States,

It looks great...but not $329 great...

I don’t have an attachment to it. I went to Disney world and don’t recall seeing it. Did I miss something?

I can pass on the figures because they will most likely reuse Goofy in a CMF series (look at them reusing Chipmunks already).

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By in Canada,

one word: Youch!!!

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By in United States,

Eh, the price is about right. 10c/piece + 10% licensing tax. Right on par with what I'd expect. And it's well done. Not my thing, but no problem with it. Now if they'd just re-issue Emerald Night, or make a new steam-era locomotive, I'd be on that.

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By in United States,

@Sethro3, this train station is from Disneyland, but Disney World has a station and almost identical train too. The station literally can’t be missed as you go underneath it to enter Magic Kingdom. But you may not have seen the train if it was running throughout the park.

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By in United States,

So they early release for VIPs but don't have the app ready yet for it? Sloppy Lego.

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