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LEGO DREAMZzz Sets Available for Pre-Order – Stacks with GWPs

If you’re wanting to get the new LEGO DREAMZzz sets, LEGO has put up pre-orders for a majority of them. Although they won’t ship until August, you can stack them with the current run of GWPs including the Pirate Ship Playground (40589) with a $100 purchase and the Spring Fun VIP Add-On Pack (40606) with $50 purchases. Remember to use Rakuten to earn some cash back on your purchases. Make sure to activate the extension before you complete your purchase to get credit for it.

Izzie and Bunchu the Bunny (71453) – 259 pieces/$19.99

Mateo and Z-Blob the Robot (71454) – 237pieces/$19.99

Grimkeeper the Cage Monster (71455) – 274 pieces/$37.99

Mrs. Castillo’s Turtle Van (71456) – 434 pieces/$47.99

Pegasus Flying Horse (71457) – 482 pieces/$49.99

Crocodile Car (71458) – 494 pieces/$59.99

Stable of Dream Creatures (71459) – 681 pieces/$79.99

Mr. Oz’s Spacebus (71460) – 878 pieces/$99.99

Fantastical Tree House (71461) – 1,257 pieces/$109.99

Nightmare Shark Ship (71469) – 1,389 pieces/$139.99

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LEGO DREAMZzz Chief Dream Creator Contest Now Open

LEGO DREAMZzz has kicked off their competition to find the first group of Chief Dream Creators. Chosen participants will be flown to Denmark to check out the LEGO DREAMZzz workshops and will be working with LEGO to bring their creations to the story.

All kids need to do is to draw or build their ultimate dream creation and have parents upload a picture along with a description of the build (what is the creation called, what it can do, and why it excited the in their dream). The competition is open for one month and it ends on June 20.


LEGO DREAMZzz Episodes Now Available on Amazon Prime

If you have Amazon Prime, the new LEGO DREAMZzz series is now available to watch. You can get 10 full episodes of 22 minutes each which equates to about 4 hours of enjoyment. They won’t be on YouTube for a few more hours. If you didn’t know, LEGO DREAMZzz is LEGO’s newest in-house IP with a line of sets coming this August and is inspired by the way kids dream.


LEGO DREAMZzz Theme Officially Announced

LEGO has officially revealed their newest in-house theme with LEGO DREAMZzz. Kids will be able to enjoy a new animated series along with an initial wave of ten sets. The first episode will be airing on May 15 with products releasing in August.

In addition, kids 6-12 can join a competition to become LEGO’s Chief Dream Creator. Chosen participants will be flown to LEGO’s headquarters in Denmark, to take part in some LEGO DREAMZzz workshops. Entry will consist of pictures or drawings of your build showing a creature or vehicle that incorporates brick building along with a story describing the build. Submissions open on May 20 and will run until June 20.

Izzie and Bunchu the Bunny (71453) – $20.99

Mateo and Z-Blob the Robot (71454) – $20.99

Grimkeeper the Cage Monster (71455) – $37.99

Mrs. Castillo’s Turtle Van (71456) – $47.99

Pegasus Flying Horse (71457) – $52.99

Crocodile Car (71458) – $62.99

Stable of Dream Creatures (71459) – $84.99

Mr. Oz’s Spacebus (71460) – $99.99

Fantastical Tree House (71461) – $104.99

Nightmare Shark Ship (71469) – $139.99


The LEGO Group brings to life the limitless creative power of children’s dreams in its new theme, LEGO® DREAMZzz™

Step into the dream world with LEGO® DREAMZzz™, the first theme from the LEGO Group to be truly inspired by the way children dream, after research finds two in three children globally say dreaming helps them be more creative.

LEGO® DREAMZzz™ launches worldwide on May 15th, with new content episodes airing globally, and more exciting


New LEGO Dreamzzz Theme Teasers Released

LEGO has posted a series of videos on their YouTube channel which teases the new LEGO Dreamzzz theme. In Kai’s dream, we can see some larger characters which could become sets such as the bunny, crocodile car, and robot. In Nya’s dream, there are some mushroom men and some colorful deer. Zane’s dream shows some sort of flying bus driven by a monkey and some shark ship looking thing and black horse chasing him. Finally Wu’s dream shows a turtle van walking by and the crocodile car from Kai’s dream.

Over on’s Coming Soon page, it has a countdown of something which has 27 days left as of this post. Supposedly this will be the official reveal of the LEGO Dreamzzz theme.


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