Competition: Show us your ISD

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The awesome 75252 Imperial Star Destroyer was released a few weeks ago and might already be taking pride of place somewhere in your home.

We'd love to see how you are displaying it so we've teamed up with LEGO to launch a competition that we've called Show us your ISD. Perhaps you've built a display case or stand, mounted it on the wall, hung it from the ceiling, or simply put it on top of your sideboard. Whatever you've done, show us!

All you have to do to enter is take a picture of your 75252 Imperial Star Destroyer showing how you're displaying it, upload to Twitter or Instagram and you'll be in with a chance to win one of three prizes, with a first prize of 50,000 LEGO VIP points.

Find out more about the competition and how CapnRex101 is displaying his after the break.


How to enter:

Take a photo of your 75252 Imperial Star Destroyer, upload to Twitter or Instagram and tag it #ShowUsYourISD by 23:59 GMT on 31st October 2019.

Entries must adhere to LEGO's brand values, so do not include any references to sex, drugs, alcohol and so on in your entry.


Entries will be judged on the following criteria:

  • The creativity and aesthetics of your display solution
  • The quality of your photograph. We're looking for well-lit and uncluttered images.


Prizes:

Prizes will be awarded for 1st, 2nd and 3rd place in the form of LEGO VIP points:

  • First prize: 50,000 VIP points (worth approx. £312, US$378)
  • Second prize: 20,000 VIP points (worth approx. £124, US$151)
  • Third prize: 10,000 VIP points (worth approx. £62, US$75)

You therefore need to be a LEGO VIP to enter, and in doing so you agree to us sharing your email address and VIP card number with LEGO in the event of you winning.


Other information:

  • Winners will be contacted via Twitter or Instagram to obtain contact details.
  • Winners will be announced early in November.
  • The judges' decision is final and no correspondence will be entered into.

We will answer any questions you might have in the comments.


Chris/CapnRex101 has re-purposed a TV stand to display his, along with 75055 Imperial Star Destroyer and 75190 First Order Star Destroyer.

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You've seen ours, so now #ShowUsYourISD !

Good luck!

84 comments on this article

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By in Singapore,

Whoa, this is in collaboration with LEGO? With VIP point prizes? That's awesome.

Looking forward to seeing the entries, even if Star Wars doesn't interest me personally, I can appreciate the majesty of a UCS set.

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By in United States,

I would be interested, but I haven't been able to use my VIP account since the update.

And I don't have $700 to drop on a Star Destroyer....

I do like the idea of this contest though and hope you will do more in the future!

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By in United Kingdom,

Buy me a star destroyer and I'll make a good entry, promise!

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By in United States,

I'll have to hold out for "Show us your Snowspeeder" but this is a cool contest with great prizes - thanks LEGO! Good luck to those already lucky enough to be able to enter.

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By in Canada,

Maybe a better competition idea would be "Show us how you WOULD display your UCS Star Destroyer" :D

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By in Canada,

love the idea but this really specific to those people who can afford to "compete".

I think it would be fun to do the same competition but for a " show us your collection / or favorite set display"

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By in Netherlands,

So only people with enough money to buy the UCS Star Destroyer can compete to win more money?

I think this is a kick in the shins to all other fans out there....

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By in Canada,

Is this like a stunt to help the sales of this UCS? They should've been giving out some super exclisive minifig, like a chrome R2D2 with every sale instead.

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By in United States,

"Take a photo of your 75252 Imperial Star Destroyer"

So I can't take a few wedge plates and just make a mini Star Destroyer MOC since I can't afford 75252? Dang it! :P

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By in United Kingdom,

Nice idea for those that purchased the set but you do have to wonder why there's a competition for this but there wasn't anything of the sort for the Falcon (which admittedly I still haven't built anyway).
A cynical person might suggest that TLG have had to come up with the idea to boost sales of a set that many think is way too expensive and that it's initial sales haven't been anywhere near what they were expecting for another £650 set.
Just as well I'm not cynical really. :)

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By in United States,

So people who didn't buy it (cough cough ME) now feel bad because we all wanted to do it.

HUW WHY DO YOU DO THIS TO US :( :( :( :( :(

Just kidding, but still it seems a bit group-specific (the big LEGO buyers rather than the rest of us peasants 0_0 )

Also, why does Chris have 3 Star Destroyers?

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By in Netherlands,

A contest that requires you to purchase a 700$ set? No thank you!

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By in United States,

So this is Lego's response to the wide public outcry about the price. This entire affair has been so insidious you'd think Palpatine was the head of advertising.
First there was the gifting of 75252 to many non-AFOL blogs and newspapers who had no idea of the value and what is considered appropriate Lego prices. These websites raved about the set and think it's the best ever because they have nothing to compare it to as well as ignorance of the value for what you're getting. Now LEGO has decided to host the most uncreative, uninspired contest in their history. Just a photo of this expensive set as proof of purpose. That way LEGO can both award their flunkies who paid full price on the set and tempt new buyers with a slight chance to get half their money back... in worthless VIP points that now require a stupid redemption process and voucher with zero guarantee you'll ever be able to use them and a time limit to use them in instead of the LEGO gift cards or products they have awarded for all their other contests. And what does this cost Lego? 80,000 VIP points which are worth... $604 US. This entire scheme costs Lego less (in fake money!) than it will cost a single one of its victims.

I will just wait till Amazon discounts it and I get a GUARANTEED price decrease up-front.

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By in United Kingdom,

Mine is still unbuilt in the box since buying on release day haha.

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By in United States,

Wow what a prize, VIP points for people who can’t use their VIP points

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By in Canada,

That's a weird competition...

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By in Canada,

A contest that an only be entered by people who have enough money to buy a super expensive Lego set. I'll try to pretend to be excited.

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By in Canada,

I don't think I have enough time to build all my various Star Destroyers and display them before the deadline. An odd promotion considering it is technically only for those who have at least one Star Destroyer...all others Lego fans are out of luck!?!

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By in Estonia,

Could I borrow a built 75252, a Hasselblad H6D with lights and a Rolls-Royce hearse for just a quick pic?

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By in United States,

I can't enter, but I think it's great that Brickset is able to collaborate directly with LEGO. That's pretty unique.

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By in United Kingdom,

Just to be clear we here at Brickset are running the competition, LEGO UK is just providing the prizes.

You definitely need to give some thought as to where you're going to display the ISD before you buy it so we hope that the entries will show some cool and imaginative ways other people have done so, and perhaps help with your purchase decision.

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By in United States,

Aw nuts, was about to go build and snap a picture of my 4492 Mini Star Destroyer but you had to go and be specific and mention the set number, didn't you.

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By in Netherlands,

Guess I'll take a picture of my UCS ISD when I have it 3 years from now.

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By in United Kingdom,

You / Lego must have been expecting this response. A £300 prize to a few that can afford a £650 set. As has been said A prize of where we would like to Display one IF we had £300 towards it may have been a better Idea. I do however like the fact that Capn has chosen to display his Lego on a TV stand next to a TV Aerial outlet... it really adds to the Display :-)

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By in United Kingdom,

I'd have thought Lego could easily afford to give ALL entries the third prize prize as a nice gesture. That's only 10% of the cost of the ISD, that can only be 'spent' on more Lego.

That said, the odds of winning have got to be pretty good. Only people who have purchased and built this are even eligible (and I can't imagine there's a huge number of those), plus they need to be a regular reader of Brickset and be bothered to enter the competition.

If I had purchased this, I'm sure it would be displayed exactly like the UCS MiLF I got on day one.... still in its box in the loft as I don't know where I'm gonna put it once it's built.

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By in United Kingdom,

@James_Arkham maybe you should just put the box on an ......... ironing board and take a pic ...... maybe this is about upcycling or (he stumbled into a joke)..... rebuilding the world........

Would Lego accept a Picture of one we can add (photoshop) to a display area within our home?

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By in United Kingdom,

Sorry I dont normally make this many comments but Brickset.... I look at this site every day its great it saves me money (well makes me buy sets on offer every week) I love it 98% of the time.... but just think about how people may feel.....
Statistically only 530 own this set...... who knows how many have built it.........out of "7412 members have logged in in the last 24 hours, 15966 in the last 7 days, 26003 in the last month. There are now 211131 members."

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By in United States,

Don't be discouraged, Huw. While I don't have the set and can't play, I love that you got some VIP point prizes for those that do.

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By in United States,

I really don't want to be that guy - but honestly this seems really exclusionary?

Even if I were a fan of Star Wars (I'm not) - if if I wanted to spend $700 on a single display model (I could) - I, as well as plenty of other Lego fans, don't exactly live in a home large enough to spare space for such a massive thing.

I can live with being left out from not being a fan of Star Wars, but doesn't this feel like a bit of a collector circle jerk? Forgive me if I'm being blunt here but - does this really represent Lego values?

Not particularly mad - just... confused?

[Edit: Fixed Typo]

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By in Netherlands,

so sorry but I have to agree with Lego34s, this doesn't feel good. I also visit daily and don't comment a lot but I think a chance for a much broader competition was missed here...

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By in United States,

I'll just take a picture of my non UCS ISD version.

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By in United States,

Sadly, Lordmoral, the contest specifies it has to be the 75252 version to enter.
So even people with old iterations of the UCS ISD aren't able to enter unless they purchase the new one.

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By in United States,

Brickset runs a lot of very inclusive competitions. This one isn't. Whatever, move on. There will be more competitions.

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By in Belgium,

I don't like to say this but this "contest" doesn't feel right. Why would you award a cash prize to people who already have enough money to buy one of the most expensive Lego sets? In itself you could also do this initiative without the "competition". Take a nice photo of your ucs display and share it. A nice general competition would be: make a mini version of the Star Destroyer and display it in an original way. Grand Prize: UCS Star Destroyer

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By in Hungary,

The FO ISD looks kinda lumpy compared to the OT ones.

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By in United Kingdom,

No sir, I don’t like it.

The black VIP card programme got such a lot of negative feedback as customers could only enter the programme if they could get hold of and afford a UCS Falcon. This competition isn’t quite as bad but I’m guessing that whilst LEGO themselves have provided the prizes, they will no doubt have also stipulated that the competition somehow involves the UCS ISD. Somewhat niche pool of entrants (again) MoiQuestionMarkCynicalQuestionMark

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By in United Kingdom,

Really poor choice of competition that excludes people. Those who can't enter again just feel second rate. Furthermore doubt that many people will enter this competition so the odds of winning are better than usual of a prize that is desirable aswell as substantial.

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By in United States,

I already got mine, it’s on the shelf at the lego store because I’m to poor to get it

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By in United States,

Cbl, you should totally take a picture of that and send it in.

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By in United Kingdom,

All this negativity over a competition. Smh.

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By in United Kingdom,

Just wanna agree with those that feel this is a poorly conceived contest. I mean what percentage of the viewership here can even participate, just a competition to give those that don't need it money off. Maybe try this with a set most could own

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By in United Kingdom,

well F*** .. i dont have time to build it....
wondering if they will pick a winner that still has´n´t build it...

currently packing down my ucs display to make room for the sucker

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By in United Kingdom,

So in order to enter the competition I need to spend £650 on a set then god knows how much more on a display? Umm I think I'll pass.

Basically you are rewarding those with deep pockets.

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By in United Kingdom,

I don't quite understand all the complaints about this competition. I'm sure there's loads of competitions I can't enter for various reasons, but I don't complain.

I can't enter this one because I don't own the set, but it doesn't bother me. I suspect that some people who are annoyed may actually be annoyed with Lego because they want the set but can't afford it, and are using this competition as an outlet for that.

It's also a very easy competition to enter (if you have the set), which I imagine might well only add to the annoyance of those who are already annoyed about not being able to afford the set.

Life isn't fair sometimes, that's just the way it is. I've found that the best thing to do is generally just to accept that, move on, and instead use your time and energy to make the best of what you've got.

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By in United States,

I have the invisible edition.

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By in Canada,

There’s a bunch of ungrateful spoiled « fans » as usual in the comment section, Oh well

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By in United States,

@Paperballpark sums up my feelings exactly - well stated.

@Huw and Bickset, thanks for organizing this competition. I'm very interested in seeing what people come up with. Best of luck to those that make the effort to enter!

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By in United States,

Quite frankly, trying to dismiss this as people complaining about something they can't afford is quite reductive and rude - it's only going to make the ill will fester.

It's not about have and have not, and it sets a bad precedent for future sets - why should this one specifically get the special treatment? Why not all of the other big, fancy sets?

You've narrowed participation down to a really, really small segment of the community when there's quite the opportunity here to open up instead.

So my suggestion, to remain constructive, is that this be open to all large display solutions, rather than just folks showing off this one specific set they purchased and assembled. The focus is, after all, on the display aspect, so why not let the community show off their neat hacks for displaying large or tricky to display models that might not be conducive to just sitting on a shelf? Who knows, you might learn some new tricks by broadening your horizons.

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By in Australia,

Concur with Paperballpark.

I will need to save for this set. However, getting ideas on how to showcase it is fun.

This is my favourite ship in the SW Universe and I am so glad Lego have created this wonderful model.

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By in United States,

I'm gonna have my own contest. I'll call it "Drop Your 75252 From a Fifth Story Balcony, Go To LEGO Store and Buy a New One Whilst Vlogging it on New iPhone 11 Pro."

What's next? An article accusing The LEGO Company of inciting class warfare?

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By in France,

It looks like Lego want to be forgiven for the black VIP card super discounts fiasco.
I'm now very excited to see how imaginative will people be to display this set.

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By in Turkey,

Sooo... 10030 doesn't count then...

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By in Netherlands,

When you actually own a ISD, haven’t you already won?

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By in France,

Well, actually, my version of the 75252 ISD has been equipped with a permanent cloaking device. The trouble is that I can't remove it, so there will be nothing to see on the picture. I hope that you will be kind enough to take that small fact into account and include my pic in the contest ? Oh well, at least I tried.

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By in United Kingdom,

Can someone please give me an ISD so I can win this competition? XD

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By in United States,

How does one prove it's theirs?

Let's all pass around a communal one with lots of photos and enter!

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By in Poland,

This is the worst cross promo I saw.
I'm still suprised anyone wants to buy this set for THIS price.

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By in France,

Haha, as I thought the sales on this huge and way too expensive gray thing are not up to the expectations of Lego, so they are trying everything to make more people buy it! I doubt it will work at the current price though, it is not worth more than 500 Euros (or dollars in the US).

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By in United Kingdom,

Well what a great surprise, some people have complained about something and in come someone who thinks it there job to be rude and dismissive of people's opinions.

For once can people be allowed to register disdain for something without other users criticizing us for it or trying to make out there better than us all....it's so tiresome and really irritating

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By in Netherlands,

I'm amazed at how quickly a contest turned to complaining. Maybe they coould've gone a little broader in the category though. Why not show all your Star Destroyers displays?

But meh, I always see giant sets I'm not buying due to cost and space. So no change to the status quo for me. :D

I'm just here to enjoy the pics of those who did buy this TV sized Lego set and I hope we see contests like this more often for other sets as well.

I would've liked to see a bit more from cpnRex's room though. It's hard to gauge the effectiveness of his display on such a narrow picture.

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By in United Kingdom,

I believe that's a £30-£40 TV stand from a pound stretcher in captain Rex's picture. Incase anyone saw it as a good solution for this their giant grey wedge

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By in Germany,

Honestly, as much as I love Brickset, this competition leaves a very bad aftertaste in my mouth.
It surely looks as a way for TLG to boost sales of their completely overpriced new ISD.
I mean, if you want to help people decide how to display this set, you could allow all kinds of entries. For example I could enter a picture of how I display my Venator Star Destroyer (the one designed by Anio), because it is about the same size as 75252, and it even looks better ;-)

Or someone who has 10300 could show her/his display solution, or anyone else with a set of comparable size.

I would wager to guess whoever has so much money to spend on a single set has also already thought of how to display it properly. Sure, pics like the ones from this competition will help, but like I said, to me the main incentive for TLG to take part in this by sponsoring the prizes seems to want to help boost the apparantly lacklustre sales.

I was at our local LEGO store just last (Triple Force) Friday and asked about the availability of 75252. The shop clerk's answer made it clear that they hadn't sold many up to now. Actually he was quite eager to make me buy one, but when I declined and said the price put me off, he openly admitted that this was the response of almost everybody. He also said he thought the pricing was a mistake and they could have sold much more of their stock had the price been more reasonable. Imho quite a statement actually from someone working at an official LEGO store.

Also, seeing the one they had on display themselves (apart from the fact that it had already gathered quite a lot of dust) it became even more apparent how much of the ghastly coloured interior you saw through all the various gaps. Didn't look very nice and well thought through tbh.

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By in United States,

Display the box you bought on eBay because the set is so dang expensive. To win, you must drop $700 + tax on this set and either build a huge diorama from LEGO bricks or spend $200 for a piece of furniture. Anyone is buys this set and displays just lost $1000

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By in Hungary,

Huw, what if you have two categories, one for the original UCS ISD ones and one for any other (cheaper) ISD ones, so a lot more people can participate. And divide the 50.000 for the two categories, 25-25K.

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By in United Kingdom,

Jeez change the flippin record guys
I get it, the set it expensive and you don't have it so you don't think anyone else should enjoy having it either
Get over it. Go play with your Lego

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By in United States,

No, no! By all means, everyone please keep whinging on about the cost and maybe LEGO will drop the price - in which case I'll buy three more.

I hope they come in six packs soon.

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By in Germany,

@EvilTwin and @lowlead: you do realize there is an important difference between expensive and deliberately overpriced?
LEGO in itself is an expensive hobby, but many sets are priced according to the value they offer.
Sets like 75252 or, as a completely different example, the new Frozen II sets otoh are prized according to the greed of Disney and deserve to be boycotted. From what I gathered at our local LEGO store there are many people who are doing just that and are vocal about letting TLG know about it.

I have absolutely zero problem with expensive sets, nor with people who enjoy them.

I do have a problem though with a company that is primarily driven by greed, and Disney is a prime example of a company that hardly cares about anything other than money. I bet Walt Disney would be appalled if he knew what his successors made of his company so that many people now hate even just the mention of the name. What a shame!

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By in United Kingdom,

^ I dunno, I don’t think Walt was that nice a guy...

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By in United States,

Agreed, we are not complaining about expensive sets in general. I own the Falcon and while the initial price increase over the original UCS model took some getting used to, it seemed like a fair price. The Star Destroyer just seems like it crossed the line.

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By in United States,

"@EvilTwin and @lowlead: you do realize there is an important difference between expensive and deliberately overpriced?
LEGO in itself is an expensive hobby, but many sets are priced according to the value they offer.
Sets like 75252 or, as a completely different example, the new Frozen II sets otoh are prized according to the greed of Disney and deserve to be boycotted. From what I gathered at our local LEGO store there are many people who are doing just that and are vocal about letting TLG know about it.

I have absolutely zero problem with expensive sets, nor with people who enjoy them.

I do have a problem though with a company that is primarily driven by greed, and Disney is a prime example of a company that hardly cares about anything other than money. I bet Walt Disney would be appalled if he knew what his successors made of his company so that many people now hate even just the mention of the name. What a shame!"

Hello AustinPowers! Do you hail from anywhere near Leipzig? I've spent many hours and days in Saxony - love it!

Deliberately overpriced...hmm. Maybe, maybe not. 2 years of inflation since the big Falcon, perhaps higher shipping and production costs, different concentration of LEGO elements from 75192. I'm not convinced the $700 price tag is ONLY the 'Disney Tax.'

Value? Highly subjective, and difficult to quantify. Case in point: Me. I skipped the big Falcon because I couldn't see quite enough 'value' in the big, overly-greebled pancake.

See what I did there? One person's big dumb grey wedge is another's holy grail. 'Value' is largely in the eye of the beholder. Oh, trust me, I'm fully aware that I might be in the minority here, but I mean what I say. Everyone should keep complaining if they want this set so badly, but for a cheaper price.
Perhaps it will prompt a big holiday sale. Or perhaps poor sales will prompt an early EOL, and shunt the set into the high orbit of aftermarket prices.

Either way, I'm glad I got my big dumb grey wedge! The price was worth it...in my ever-so-humble opinion. =oD

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By in Canada,

Why is everyone complaining about the price of this set compared to the Falcon? Is the Star Destroyer not both longer and wider than the Falcon? Also, I'm pretty sure this Star Destroy uses way more larger pieces than the Falcon. I have the Falcon and that has a lot of small pieces. I'm sure the Star Destroyer (which I don't have) has a lot of small pieces, too, but it looks like it has a lot of plates and a lot of larger plates. Price per piece is not an accurate way to determine the value of a Lego set.

I bought the Super Star Destroyer 8 years ago (I think?) for $500 Canadian with just 3100 pieces or whatever. That seemed like a good price to me. I bought the Falcon last year for $900 with 7,500. The Super Star Destroyer, if you base it on the Falcon price per piece, should have cost $360 in 2018. But I paid $500. It had a lot of plates in that set and is over four feet long. I don't think compared to the Falcon the new Star Destroyer is so outrageously priced.

Also, this competition is actually a great idea. Why all the hate? Are people just jealous they don't have it? I can't afford this set either. Maybe some day, but not anytime soon.

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By in United Kingdom,

A few things spring to my cynical mind here;

1) What's to stop anyone using any photo they find on the internet or a screen shot off YouTube and posting it saying that it's *their* Star Destroyer on display?

2) Does it have to be completely built / finished as that could lead to some scope with the entries too.

3) This promotion seems to be taking a similarly unpopular route as the Black VIP card promos (that never really materialised) with the UCS Falcon.

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By in United Kingdom,

I have to admit that I am on the 'not liking this' side of the fence. I haven't purchased a Lego set since the change to the VIP scheme (it left such a bad taste with me) and when I do, I think that I will be buying from some discounted online store. Agree with most of the main points: a competition that is exclusive, and a prize that is less than appealing. The real winner in this is TLG - potentially more sales of the set and then points that can only be used to buy more Lego directly from them.

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By in New Zealand,

"Show Us Your Overdraft" competition.

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By in Australia,

I want to see one (75252) blown up with real explosives ,not dropped on the floor, plenty of room inside for combustibles.

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By in United States,

Where can I find information that says lego is against alcohol?

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By in United Kingdom,

From https://ideas.lego.com/guidelines:

Product Ideas related to the topics below do not fit our brand values and will not be approved for publication on LEGO Ideas.

Politics and political symbols, campaigns, or movements
Religious references including symbols, buildings, or people
Sex, nudity, drugs, or smoking
Alcohol in any present day situation
Swearing or profanity
Death, killing, blood, terrorism, horror, or torture
First-person shooter video games
Warfare or war vehicles in any modern or present-day situation, or national war memorials
Large or human-scale weapons or weapon replicas of any kind, including swords, knives, guns, sci-fi or fantasy blasters, etc.
Racism, bullying, or cruelty to real life animals

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By in United Kingdom,

Yet we have the Stranger Things set which features horror and killing, the Upcomming Top Gear set which frequently has swearing and presenter bullying, and Friends, where all the characters frequently, drank, smoke or had sex.

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By in United States,

^ Stop being real LOL

Still bummed The Office failed. Which I tink covers half that list hahahha

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By in United States,

I want the Stanley Cup, but I don't play for the NHL. Do you whiners hear how ridiculous you sound? Get over it. I hope there are more contests like this.

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By in United States,

Not on Flickr, huh? (/*o*)/

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By in United States,

Late to this, sadly. Travelling.

I see both sides on the price debate for this particular set. I do think Lego should have let this be open to all Star Destroyer sets, and MOCs of cannon ships. But thats not my critisism of this- this isn't a contest about Lego. It's show the world your display for this one specific set. It's a furniture contest. Which to me is funny given all the sturm and drang from everyone.

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By in Australia,

Hi Brickset Admin
I live in Sydney Australia and i am trying to tag my ISD on Instagram with ShowUsYourIsd and it says it does not exist.
Is this only valid in the UK only or am I missing something.
Thank you

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