Walmart is offering the LEGO Star Wars Skywalker Adventures Pack (66674) for $55. The 3-in-1 pack includes Duel on Mustafar (75269), Obi-Wan’s Hut (75270), and Luke Skywalker’s Landspeeder (75271). If you were to purchase the sets separately, they would cost $79.97 which is a savings of 31% so this is a great deal for them if you don’t have them yet.
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If you’re looking to buy the LEGO Marvel Spider-Man: No Way Home Spider-Man at the Sanctum Workshop (76185), you may want to check out Target stores as some of them have it listed at an incorrect price. Some stores have it labeled as $19.99 but it normally retails for $39.99 which is half off. The registers will ring up at the higher price but you can tell the cashier that it is the lower price as listed on the shelves.
It looks like we could be seeing another LEGO football stadium coming in 2022 with the home of Real Madrid, Estadio Santiago Bernabéu (10299). It is said to be priced at $349.99 and will come with a gift-with-purchase set 40541. It looks like a new stadium set will be an annual thing since the Old Trafford – Manchester United (10272) was released back in 2020 and Camp Nou – FC Barcelona (10284) last month.
Currently Santiago Bernabéu Stadium is under renovation that is expected to be completed in 2022 which will have the completed look shown above. It is unsure if LEGO will be using the new stadium look or the original look at this time. LEGO does their production planning years in advance so it’s possible that they’ve had details of the new look to create this set.
The LEGO Creator London Bus (10258) is currently on sale on Amazon for about 30% off the regular price. It is now listed at $99.95 which is $40 off and although the listing says “in stock soon,” you can still put orders in for it. The LEGO Shop lists this set as retiring soon so any discount on them is a great deal. You can check out the reported retiring soon list here.
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The James Webb Space Telescope (JWST) by tonysmyuncle is the latest project to achieve 10,000 supporters on LEGO Ideas. The build is based on the largest space telescope the be launched by NASA later this year. It includes 18 moveable segments that replicates the JWST’s mirrors.
The project now joins Land Ahoy, Terrariums, Great Coral Reef, Hyrule Castle 30th Anniversary, Avatar: The Last Airbender – The Avatar Returns, Clockwork Solar System, The Dojo, Hocus Pocus – The Sanderson Sisters’ Cottage, Naruto: Ichiraku Ramen Shop, and Motorized Johnny 5 as the ones to reach the Third 2021 Review Stage.
It has taken a while but the next LEGO Ideas to be released is Home Alone (21330). Releasing on November 1, the set has 3,957 pieces and will retail for $249.99.
The box is very big as it contains bags numbered to 24. Half of those bags are packaged inside an inner box that also includes the instruction booklet and two sticker sheets.
As with all other LEGO Ideas instructions, the front of it gives a little insight on the set with some of the play features. It also gives an interview with fan designer Alex Storozhuk who’s original project hit the goal of 10,000 supporters in January 2020. There are also short experts from the LEGO designers as well.
There are five minifigures that are in the set, Kevin, Kate, Harry, Marv, and Marley. Kevin is in this red sweater with tan khakis. He has a double-sided head with a smile on one side and his iconic scared look on the other. He can either use the tan hairpiece or the gray beanie. He has a bowl of ice cream as an accessory.
Kate has on a brown outfit which I assume is the suit that she wears in the opening scene from the movie although the coloring is off. She has a double-sided head showing a smile on one side and a screaming expression on the other.
Harry has on a gray coat with a red shirt. He has both the security cap as well as the black beanie although … Continue
BrickLink has revealed the pricing and piece counts for projects that are in the LEGO Ideas Round 2 of crowdfunding for the BrickLink Designer Program. If you’re not familiar with the program, it is for LEGO Ideas projects that did not pass previous LEGO Review Stages. Here fans are able to support their favorite ones from the particular rounds and the first five projects to reach 3,000 pre-orders will be produced. Of the five projects, there will be a maximum of 10,000 sets that will be made. Pre-orders will go live on November 9th at 12:00pm Pacific and will close on December 14 at 12:00pm Pacific.
Second round of crowdfunding for the BrickLink Designer Program opens November 9th featuring these nine LEGO® IDEAS 10k Club Projects!
We’re pleased to announce the second round of crowdfunding for the BrickLink Designer Program will open November 9th at 12:00pm Pacific / 9:00pm CET / 8:00pm UTC. We invite LEGO fans to pre-order their favorites among nine fan projects on the BrickLink Designer Program page.
The first five projects to reach the goal of 3,000 pre-orders will be produced as a limited edition set. Up to 10,000 of each will be produced based on pre-orders received from registered BrickLink members.