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LEGO Seasonal Easter Bunny (40463) First Look

We finally have some details on the upcoming LEGO Seasonal Easter Bunny (40463). Available starting on February 1, the set has 293 pieces and will retail for $14.99. We’ll have our review of the set shortly so stay tuned.

Meet the Easter Bunny!

If you’re hunting for a special Easter treat, look no further. The cute LEGO® Easter Bunny (40463) has arrived! This lovable character, in a green meadow setting, comes with 2 customizable Easter eggs, posable head and ears and a hidden LEGO surprise. A fun way to wish kids, friends or family members a “Happy Easter”.

This buildable LEGO® Easter Bunny (40463) comes with a posable head and ears, plus a meadow setting with 2 customizable Easter eggs.

• Makes a great Easter gift for LEGO® fans aged 8 and up.
• The Easter Bunny buildable toy stands over 4 in. (11 cm) high.

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LEGO Chinese Traditional Festival 2021 Sets Available on LEGO Shop

The 2021 LEGO Chinese Traditional Festival sets are now available for purchase on the LEGO Shop. There are two sets include the Story of Nian (80106) and the Spring Lantern Festival (80107). The sets retail for $79.99 and $119.99, respectively, and they do qualify for the Ice Skating Rink (40416) with purchases of $150 or more. Like with many other sets that have released in recent months, they will probably go to backorder status seeing that the initial impressions for them have been pretty positive.

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LEGO Story of Nian (80106) Available at Walmart

For those who can’t wait until January 10, Walmart currently has the LEGO Story of Nian (80106) available for purchase. It’s priced at $79.99 which is the retail price and it’s not really a LEGO exclusive anymore since it has been found here and at Amazon. The only downside is that you won’t get any VIP points for it but you do get to have a bit earlier than if you bought from the LEGO Shop. Thanks to Jason for the heads up.

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LEGO Chinese New Year 2021 GWPs Revealed

The LEGO Chinese New Year 2021 sets will be available early January and they seem to be a hit so far with fans. LEGO has released a new video showing off one of the sets and at the end, they showed some gift with purchase items that you can get when you purchase the sets. As you can see above, you can get a LEGO Lunar New Year Pagoda and a Lunar New Year Lantern when you buy both the Story of Nian (80106) and Spring Lantern Festival (80107).

The video didn’t say where the promotion will be happening but these little promo items usually aren’t available in North America. I’ll be really surprised if LEGO does make it available here. We’ll see once LEGO publishes the Store Calendar, hopefully this week, if those items will be on it. I’m pretty sure the Year of the Ox (40417) set will be a promo item for January to celebrate the release of the sets.

**Via Brickset**

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LEGO Lunar New Year 2021 Sets Available for Pre-Order on Amazon Canada

Amazon Canada has now put up the upcoming LEGO Lunar New Year 2021 sets for pre-order. The listings for both the Story of Nian (80106) and the Spring Lantern Festival (80107) are now live and they will be released on January 10. The sets retail for $109.99 CDN and $159.99 CDN, respectively. Again, this is only for Canada.

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LEGO 2021 Smaller Set Product Details

The LEGO Shop has upload the product listings for some of the smaller sets that were recently revealed. As part of the listings, we also get clearer images of the set as well as the pricing for each of them. LEGO is slowly adding them so most of what we’ve seen already don’t have details yet.

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Smaller LEGO 2021 Sets Revealed

Yesterday, a lot of smaller LEGO sets have been revealed over on Brickset which comes from LEGO’s certifications that they have to file to produce them. This includes the LEGO Ideas Vintage Car (40448) that we saw already. The resolution on the images are bad but you get an idea of what they should look like.

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