|Latest >= 25% discounts|
|75115 Poe Dameron||$16.94 (||-32%|
|>= 33% discounts on this year's sets|
|75524 Chirrut Îmwe||$11.16 (||Marketplace||-55%|
|75523 Scarif Stormtrooper||$13.97 (||Marketplace||-44%|
|41231 Harley Quinn to the Rescue||$18.49 (||-38%|
|41230 Batgirl Batjet Chase||$16.00 (||Marketplace||-36%|
|41232 Super Hero High School||$52.99 (||-34%|
In The News
Like with The LEGO Movie and The LEGO Batman Movie before it, The LEGO NINJAGO Movie has received its McDonald's toy promotion starting today (at least in the United States). Check it all out on the Happy Meal website, including the associated TV commercial.
There are six different ones, and can each be purchased separately from the food if you so desire... but who can say no to some Chicken McNuggets with your Dragon Periscope! ;-) Do you plan on acquiring any, or does no bricks = no buy?
I would be lying if I said I wasn't digging that lenticular cup...
The LEGO NINJAGO Movie kicks its way into theaters this Friday, September 22nd, in most territories, and October 13th in the UK.
"Yesterday, Reputation Institute released the 2017 Global CSR RepTrak100 survey specifically measuring companies’ reputation on corporate responsibility. This year, the LEGO Group has climbed the list to a ranking as number 1."
"Commenting on the result, Chief Financial Officer of the LEGO Group, Marjorie Lao said:"
“We are honoured to see that our efforts to positively impact the planet resonate with people all over the world. We feel a huge sense of responsibility to inspire and develop children through play while leaving a significant positive impact on the world children will inherit. It is part of our DNA as a company, and we will continue to set the bar high for ourselves to do better.”
Here's word from Conor at Minifigure Maddness about a special offer for you:
"This Month we are offering Brickset readers two excellent limited offers
- 10% off all orders over €50 when you enter code Brickset16 at checkout
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We have every Minifigure series from 1-17 in stock, we also offer Express shipping worldwide, no fees and secure payments by PayPal and Stripe.
Both offers will end on 26th of Sep at 12am GMT so place your order now.
Jason at Chowren Toys writes:
This is our 5th year of Sponsoring BrickCon and we will be giving away free tickets to this awesome event! We have total of 12 FREE pairs of tickets (24 tickets) to the public exhibit at the Seattle Center in Seattle, Washington USA.
These tickets are good for one day only and for any of the day's entrance time until exit time, which is when they close for the day. Please visit brickcon.org for more details and plan your trip accordingly.
All Brickset readers need do is enter the promo code BrickCon2017 at the check-out to get the free tickets. Please note we will ONLY ship to an US address and the tickets include free USPS First Class Mail shipping.
It is 1 pair of tickets per household. They are not for resale as they have no dollar value. There are only 12 pairs so only take these if you are serious about attending.
Hello, dear readers, and welcome to The LEGO NINJAGO Movie week on Brickset! As we wind down our coverage of the UCS Millennium Falcon, we shall aim to provide you with the latest news and reviews as TLNM gears up for its North American theatrical release on Friday - culminating in a review of the film itself! Now, on with this set review...
Many young kids have grown attached to NINJAGO, and LEGO has noticed enough to produce a single Juniors set for The LEGO NINJAGO Movie in 10739 Shark Attack. While the price-per-part ratio is fairly lackluster, as is common with the Juniors line, there seems to be a lot to like about this set. With three minifigures (one of which being exclusive) and multiple models for the low price point of $19.99 or 19.99€, it is hard to turn down at first glance.
Furthermore, the set appears to go together nicely with the rest of the normal product range - particularly, 70606 Spinjitzu Training (recently reviewed here). In that regard, I hope to be pleasantly surprised.
The latest issue of the excellent HispaBrick magazine is now available for free download.
In this issue of HispaBrick Magazine we have taken our networking skills to a whole new level:
We attended the LEGO Fan Media Days in Billund and met up with over twenty Fan Media representatives. In this edition, you will find a report of that event as well as a number of interviews with LEGO franchises we did during the event. While in Billund, we also ran into Robenanne, the designer of the Old Fishing Shop, and we interviewed him.
Richard Jones from The Rambling Brick put together a reconstruction of the conversation we had with Bali Padda for us to publish and Stuck in Plastic have contributed an article about their toy photographers collective. We have also worked closely with Eurobricks to offer a new collaborative section in our magazine and on their forums.
But, it’s not only Recognised LEGO Fan Media we have worked with. In collaboration with Kockice we have started another collaborative corner in our magazine and together with their team we are proud to present a Croatian language edition of HispaBrick Magazine 028!
This edition also includes articles about education with Six Bricks, reviews, robotics, MOCs and a lot of attention for the new LEGO Boost platform.
HispaBrick Magazine is free to download in Spanish, English and Croatian, so get your copy today and spread the word!
Download it now from the HispaBrick Magazine website.
Huw has completed his detailed assessment of the build so we are now turning our attention to the figures found in 75192 Millennium Falcon.
The focus of the set is most definitely upon the freighter, but it is complemented by an array of minifigures and creatures based on both the Original and Sequel Trilogies. Some collectors have expressed disappointment that a few members of the Millennium Falcon’s crew are absent from this set and I certainly share those sentiments, although those that are included look to be of the high standard we have come to expect in recent years as minifigure design continues to improve.