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LEGO Speed Champions March 2019 Amazon Sales

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Amazon currently has some of the 2019 wave of LEGO Speed Champions sets on sale. This includes some of the more popular single cars like the Ferrari F40 and the Chevrolet Camaro ZL1. Also in stock is the fairly popular McLaren Senna which have been flying off the shelves at LEGO Stores or at least at my local one.

Ferrari F40 Competizione (75890) – $12.93/14% off
Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 Race Car (75891) – $12.93/14% off
McLaren Senna (75892) – $14.99
1967 Mini Cooper S Rally and 2018 Mini John Cooper Works Buggy (75894) – $39.99/20% off

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LEGO Ideas The Flintstones (21316) Designer Video

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If you haven’t made up your mind on the LEGO Ideas The Flintstones (21316) set, LEGO has recently released the designer video for the set. LEGO designer Ricardo Silva talks about some of the details that went into the set. They also touched on how to implement the Hanna-Barbera design style into the LEGO style. The Flintstones is currently available on [email protected] for $59.99 which you can get Double VIP points on it until the end of the month.

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The LEGO Movie 2 Collectible Minifigures (71023) Giveaway Winner Announced

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The LEGO Movie 2 Collectible Minifigures (71023)

Last week, I ran a contest to give away one complete set of The LEGO Movie 2 Collectible Minifigures (71023) and it’s time to announce the winner. We had over 9,000 entries and the winner is:

Julie Y.

Congratulations to the winner and they have already responded so I’ll get it out soon. In the meantime, I have another giveaway set up for something special for next week so stay tuned for that.

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LEGO Double VIP Points March 2019 Promotion

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LEGO has kicked off a surprise Double VIP Points promotion on [email protected] starting today and will run until the end of the month. You can earn double points on some of the more recently released sets like the Ford Mustang (10265), Welcome to Apocalypseburg! (70840), and The Flintstones (21316). Feel free to use our links to make your purchases as it does help support the site.

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Boston Red Sox LEGO Day Announced for June 26

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The Boston Red Sox will be teaming up again with LEGO for the second LEGO Day at Fenway Park when the Red Sox take on the Chicago White Sox on Wednesday, June 26. With a purchase of a game ticket, there will be a limited edition LEGO Red Sox set as well as entry to the pre-game LEGO Build Experience. Tickets to the event are limited to the first 1,500 guests who makes a purchase through the link above. Thanks to Jeff for the heads up!

The Red Sox and LEGO Systems, Inc. are proud to announce the second LEGO® Day at Fenway Park, Wednesday, June 26, at 1:05 pm when the Red Sox face the Chicago White Sox. The purchase of a game ticket through this special offer also includes a limited edition Red Sox themed LEGO building set. Additionally, this ticket package will include access to the pre-game LEGO Build Experience in the Kids Concourse from 11:00am-1:05pm! During the LEGO Build Experience, we will unveil a Red Sox themed LEGO Master Builder creation for fans to see and take pictures with. Be there for this special moment as tickets are limited to the first 1,500 guests who order through this special offer.

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LEGO Tower Game Announced for Mobile Platforms

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LEGO Tower

LEGO has teamed up with NimbleBit to release a new mobile game called LEGO Tower that is set to be released this summer. Similar to the highly popular Tiny Tower game from 2011, LEGO Tower will use its formula for this new game. I’ve played Star Wars: Tiny Death Star which is a similar game to Tiny Tower and I will say that it’s pretty addicting and I’ll definitely try LEGO Tower out when it is released. Check out the press release and more images below.

LEGO Tower

LEGO®Tower – mobile game

The most awesome LEGO idle simulation mobile game LEGO Tower is on its way!

LEGO has joined forces with NimbleBit, creators of the classic mobile game Tiny Tower to craft a brand new mobile experience. NimbleBit has a long track record of building lovable mobile worlds for their players, and both companies are excited to be taking the Tiny Tower formula to new heights inside the world of LEGO.

“Having the opportunity to build upon one of our signature games inside the world LEGO is a dream come true for us.” says David Marsh, co-founder of NimbleBit. “The building blocks of LEGO are a complete creative match for our style of games. It’s sparked a lot of the feelings of creativity and joy we’ve experienced ourselves while playing with LEGO since we were young.”

LEGO Tower gives players the ability to build and operate their own LEGO Tower. Construct a wide range of apartments and businesses for your Minifigure residents to live, work and play in. Visit your friends’ towers and trade items to help them build. Collect hundreds of unique Minifigure pieces and discover hidden characters. Build your dream LEGO Tower to new heights, the sky’s the limit!

Speaking of building, visit LEGO Ideas on the March 26th to participate in the LEGO Tower building challenge. Among the other prizes, winners will get their creation featured in the game!

Available directly from App Store & Google Play from
Summer 2019

LEGO Tower

LEGO Tower

LEGO Tower

LEGO Tower

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Could LEGO be Switching to Shared Convention Exclusives?

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LEGO Star Wars Darth Vader Bust (75227)

Yesterday, the exclusive LEGO Star Wars Darth Vader Bust (75227) was announced for Star Wars Celebration 2019 in Chicago and it was also announced that Target will be carrying it as well. This brings the question of has LEGO ended the idea of “con exclusives?”

As you probably know by now, LEGO has been releasing exclusive sets and minifigures at various conventions such as San Diego and New York Comic Cons as well as Star Wars Celebration which are only available at the convention or on the secondary market. Since Target will also be getting the Darth Vader Bust, that’ll allow fans who aren’t able to attend to purchase it as well.

Could this also be the start of LEGO shared exclusives similar to what other companies, like Funko, do for some of the con products where the same items will be available at various retailers but with a different sticker than the con ones. I do like this idea as fans have been voicing their displeasure of having con exclusives for years and maybe LEGO has finally listened. We’ll see once the SDCC exclusive are announced in a few months. What do you guys think?

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