If you get LEGO catalogs in the mail, you may or may not have received a new Adults Welcome catalog which has been the talk on various forums in recent days. The pages have a more higher quality feel to it and the covers have a matte feeling to them. The catalog basically shows some of the sets that are listed as 18+ with some product details. LEGO has given some insight on it:
It was a test mailed only to select individuals in the US. It was super-targeted, although I don’t know their criteria for selection. Most households were reported to never have made a LEGO purchase before.
Nobody knows what the criteria is to get one but if you did get one, congrats because it looks like there weren’t that many that went out. It’s cool to see that LEGO is branching out to AFOLs using physical media since most mainly rely on information digitally nowadays.
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