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LEGO Super Mario MAR10 Day Double VIP Points Event Continues

The LEGO Super Mario MAR10 Day promotion continues for a few more days and you can still earn double VIP points on every purchase from the theme. If you’ve been holding off on getting some of the more interesting sets like The Mighty Bowser (71411) or Super Mario 64 Question Mark Block (71495), now would be a great time to get in on that promo.

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BrickLink Designer Program Series 1 Crowd Support Now Live

The fan vote for BrickLink Designer Program Series 1 is now live and you can vote for your favorite submissions. There are 375 submissions to choose from and choose one of the three provided emojis to cast your vote. The crowd vote will contribute with BrickLink’s internal selection criteria to select the five finalists. The fan vote will run until March 31.


The LEGO Group 2022 Annual Results Report Strong Growth

LEGO has announced their annual results for 2022 and they have reported strong growth for the year while also investing in the future. Revenue grew 17% while operating profit only grew 5% due to inflation and investments in new factories. The top themes for 2022 include LEGO City, LEGO Icons, LEGO Technic, LEGO Star Wars, and LEGO Harry Potter.

The LEGO Group delivers strong growth in 2022 and invests in the future

• Marks its 90th anniversary reaching more children with LEGO® play than ever before.
• Revenue grew 17 percent to DKK 64.6 billion.
• Operating profit grew 5 percent to DKK 17.9 billion. Net profit grew 4 percent to DKK 13.8 billion.
• Free cash flow was DKK 9.3 billion.
• Market share grew globally.
• Momentum driven by large-scale investments in long-term strategic initiatives.

BILLUND, DENMARK, March 7, 2023: The LEGO Group today reported strong earnings for the full year of 2022, significantly outpacing the toy market and gaining market share. Revenue for the full year grew 17 percent to DKK 64.6 billion compared with the same period last year, including the impact of foreign currency exchange rates. The performance was driven by strong demand for the company’s portfolio, retailer partnerships both online and instore, a robust e-commerce platform and a resilient global supply chain network.

The LEGO Group CEO, Niels B. Christiansen said: “2022 was a milestone year for the LEGO Group as we celebrated our 90th anniversary. Our strong results show that the LEGO System in Play is more relevant and


Last Day for BrickLink Designer Program Series 1 Submissions

It’s crunch time as there is only less than eight hour to submit your projects for the BrickLink Designer Program Series 1. One month flew by as BrickLink started the new program which allows you to submit your models to be considered one of the sets that BrickLink could make. Crowd Support for Series 1 will start next week on March 7 and fans will be able to vote for their favorite submissions. The Review stage will happen a month after with the final five designs being announced in May.


LEGO House 2023 Exclusive Announcement Coming March 1

LEGO’s social media accounts has posted a teaser of a LEGO House exclusive product coming on March 1. It will be pirate themed as you can see from the video. Designer Stuart Harris is dressed up in a pirate costume and pulls out a drawer with a treasure chest. We’ll see in less than a week of what’s the next exclusive from the LEGO House.


LEGO Disney Peter Pan & Wendy Storybook Adventures (43220) Revealed

There is a first look at a new LEGO Disney Storybook Adventures set with Peter Pan & Wendy (43220) coming from German retailer Lucky Bricks. The set has 111 pieces and will most likely retail for $19.99 like with the other Storybook sets.

The build is based on the new Peter Pan & Wendy Disney+ film that will be streaming some time this year. It will include minidolls of Peter Pan, Wendy, and Captain Hook as well as Wendy’s dog Nana.


LEGO Final Fantasy VII Contest Announced

Square Enix has announced that they are doing a LEGO contest to celebrate the 25th anniversary of Final Fantasy VII. They are asking what Final Fantasy VII setting do you want to see build in LEGO and there are four choices which include Aerith’s House, Honeybee Inn, Sector 5 Slums Church, and Water Tower Nibelheim.

FF7 is my favorite RPG of all time and I would like to see the slums church in LEGO form but my hearts goes to Aerith’s house. If I’m guessing, the build will most likely be created by a LEGO Certified Professional. It doesn’t look like there will be any official sets based on the game but as a fanatic, it’ll be cool to see anything FF7 in LEGO.

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