Series 19 complete box available at LEGO.com

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LEGO Minifigures - Series 19 - Sealed Box

LEGO Minifigures - Series 19 - Sealed Box

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At the end of their shelf life, LEGO started selling complete boxes of Disney series 2 minifigures at LEGO.com and I had assumed it was only doing so because it had a surplus of stock.

However, that might not be the case because you can now buy a complete box of series 19 there now, too.

It'll cost you a little under £180 and 240€ so there's no saving to be had over buying 60 individual packets, but at least you'll be guaranteed of getting 3 complete sets of 16 without the need to fiddle about feeling packets in store.

It's been given the set number 66605 and you can purchase it via these links:

UK | Germany | France | Netherlands | Austria | Switzerland

24 comments on this article

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By in United Kingdom,

I know that near me the toy stores and supermarkets are ordering more boxes as they've sold out of this series already. Maybe Lego is finally getting the idea that there are people out there who want multiple full sets and are willing to buy boxes to get them.

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By in Singapore,

Actually it’s better to buy them individually by feeling the packs. The 4 main ones are the most sought after, so they are priced at a premium on the resale market. The rest I can get them on the resale market at half the price. Depending on my relationship with the shop employees, I always request a new box so I will be guaranteed to get the ones I want by feeling. So far I bought 2 monkeys, 1 bear, 1 fox and 1 pizza. Make sure u take what u need and not purchase duplicates of all the desirables. U can do that much later. I know of a few collectors getting as many as 72 monkeys to complete the legendary tale of the money king.

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By in United Kingdom,

It’s good that there is a limit of 1 box per Lego account.. Nice and fair to all.

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By in United Kingdom,

I am still amazed anyone is buying a whole box, for themselves ? I can understand people buying a box and selling, maybe making a small profit, but they are expensive enough as it is for one set. I also enjoy the challenge. I probably look a little strange, especially if my daughter is not also with me feeling bags but Its nice to be able to feel a whole set 100%, in many trips.. I am pleased there is no longer only 1/60 of one character as I do give up feeling for those and end up paying 3/4 times as much on ebay.

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By in Poland,

@Huw, you’re not guaranteed. I got sealed box and got 6 Monkey Kings and no Fox Costume Girls. So 0 complete series.

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By in Netherlands,

Meanwhile local toystores still don't have the box available for me to fondle. :( Most are still trying to get rid of all the LGM2 packs.

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By in United Kingdom,

Yeah, I have seen posts from numerous resellers on various forums saying they purchased sealed shipping boxes (the inner boxes are not sealed) and not getting the "correct" distribution in the box.

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By in Netherlands,

Yay for the link to the shop in the Netherlands!

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By in Netherlands,

Sure, people may reply: "you can choose not to buy CMF's" when criticizing the €4 price for one mystery CMF pack, containing one minifigure and props, but it does not change the fact that they are bloody expensive! Especially, since the RRP of the first three or four series or so was only €2 per CMF.
I have bought an entire box a couple of times, several series back in the past, to make sure I would get a complete series, as CMF's were not always readily available in the Netherlands, but never at a whopping €240!

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By in Netherlands,

From the Lego shop@home website:
"PLEASE NOTE: each ‘mystery’ bag contains one of the Series 19 minifigure characters available in this collection. This box includes 60 'mystery' bags and at least one complete collection."
This means that they guarantee that a full box of 60 CMFs will ONLY contain at least ONE complete series.
I am curious to know how much the figure distribution will differ per box?!?

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By in United Kingdom,

I wouldn’t mind a local store having some so I can buy a packet or two. Can’t find them anywhere :-(

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By in United Kingdom,

@mr_skinny, WHS, Tesco and John Lewis have had them. Individual branches may have run out but should be getting more in the next week or two.

@Lego34s, I long ago stopped caring what other shoppers think of my feeling packets. As long as I’m in no-one’s way and the shop staff don’t mind, I feel until I have the ones I’m after or have determined there are none left that I want. Sometimes I get asked by other shoppers what I’m doing and when I explain that I can identify them by touch without fail, they are often quite impressed. I have even helped the shop staff at a couple of places get the ones they wanted.

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By in Spain,

I also prefer selecting them by touching in the shop. If the ask me, I explain it and that is all.

@johnnie_tee I do not really understand why people like Monkey King. I will have one because I have at least one complete series of each series.

In this case, as I wanted 15 minifigures of the Rugby Player, I used Bricklink to have them before the Rugby World Championship and not to go shop by shop to get them all. Finally, I got 22, 15 for the starting team and 7 for the bench. I think I will customize them with number, as every number, from 1 to 15 means a specific position in the field!! Looking forward to receive them!!

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By in United States,

No US market yet, but I hope it is priced ok and I am so gonna the repeated figures.

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By in United Kingdom,

@HeriSanmi, I suspect that for many the degree to which they like the Monkey King is related to prior knowledge of/engagement with ‘Journey to the West’ in its various forms (the original story, retellings, drama, games, other toys etc.).

I remember with fondness the NHK TV version shown in the UK as ‘Monkey’. I have also seen an 18c Chinese manuscript of ‘Journey to the West’ at the British Library. So unsurprisingly, I like the Monkey King minifigure. It’s my favourite of the series.

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By in United Kingdom,

Both Gamestop's in Florida Mall had these a couple of weeks ago!

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By in United States,

Got the 5 packs I ordered from S@H yesterday. Got 2 Knights, 2 Coder Girls & 1 Bounty Hunter. Already had all three from my purchases in Walmart over the weekend. While I want duplicates of some of the figures in this series the 2 Coder Girls will be going back to Walmart unopened. I still need to get Shower Guy, Monkey King, Pizza Guy. I don't care if I get the Rugby Player or Bear. The only series I was willing to buy a full box of was the HP one. One of my Walmart's had a 1/2 full box I went through but at least 1/2 dozen of the packs were already opened & left behind with one opened pack only having the base plate so it was probably a Mountain Biker that someone shoplifted.

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By in Germany,

Ever since the price of the CMFs went up to 3.99 Euro I have not bought a single one at RRP anymore but always waited for the half-price sale at the end of each series' run. With the last two series I bought all the ones I was looking for at our local LEGO store for 1.99 each, just like in the olden days at regular RRP. Feeling the bags is nothing special there, the store personnel even help you look for the ones you have on your wishlist - if it isn't too busy in the store of course.

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By in United States,

I found a box of series 19 and Disney 2 at my local gamestop. A very unusual place for minifigures in my opinion. I was able to pick up pizza guy and video game champ for "free" using a gamestop gift card I had.

Step one: Buy video games/accessory's for cheap

Step two: Sell them at gamestop and make a profit

Step three: Use that gamestop money to buy minifigures.

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By in United States,

My son and I love feeling the packs, and stood in various stores over the weekend getting exactly what we wanted. I noticed one of the stores was selling taped up packs on clearance for $2, but I already had all of them already. Someone must have sliced several packs and put them back.

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By in United States,

i'm happy that lego is making more food people and minifigure series.

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By in United Kingdom,

@labronco2, Round my way, stores keep new CMF series by the tills to deter shoplifting. A side benefit of that is that people don’t cut or tear them open. I’ve only ever seen one opened packet in a store and that was an old series far from the checkout.

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By in United States,

Finally. Only 28 editions issued before they realized we were all buying them like chain-smokers. Now my Mighty Need can earn me VIP points lol

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