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LEGO Hogwarts Castle, 2018 Advent Calendars, Las Vegas Sets Now Available on [email protected]

It’s technically September 1 over on the east coast and that means there are new LEGO sets available for purchase on LEGO [email protected]. The biggest highlight is the LEGO Wizarding World Harry Potter Hogwarts Castle (71043). It goes for $399.99 and has 6,020 pieces. I’m still trying to get my review done on the set so stay tuned in the next few weeks for it.


Next up are the annual LEGO Advent Calendars. There are three themes to choose from: Star Wars, City, and Friends.

LEGO Star Wars 2018 Advent Calendar (75213) – $39.99

Open the doors of this galactic 75213 LEGO® Star Wars Advent Calendar each day in December to discover themed LEGO minifigures, starships, vehicles and other collectibles. When you’ve opened all the doors, there’s even a foldout playmat with desert and ice-planet scenes for playing out epic Star Wars adventures. This great gift with 5 minifigures and 3 figures is the perfect way for fans of all ages to get ready for the holidays.

Open a door every day to reveal 24 different LEGO® Star Wars themed gifts.
LEGO® Star Wars Advent calendar features 5 minifigures and 3 figures.
Models include a landspeeder, The Arrowhead, Republic Fighter Tank, Naboo Starfighter, Twin-Pod Cloud Car, General Grievous’ Starfighter, Blaster Cannon, Delta-7 Jedi Starfighter, Imperial Troop Transport, TIE Fighter, AT-ACT, Zeta Class Cargo Shuttle and an Imperial Speeder Bike.
Characters include Rose, Rowan, General Merrick, Battle Droid, Death Trooper, Rathtar, Guavian Security Soldier and an IG-88 droid.
Weapons include a blaster

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LEGO Architecture Las Vegas (21047) Review

LEGO Architecture Las Vegas (21047)

Earlier this year, it was revealed that there was going to be a LEGO Architecture Las Vegas (21047) set but as we know by now, it was delayed due to the tragedy late last year at one of the original hotels in the set. Fast forward eight months and LEGO decided to swap out one of the hotels as well as changing out the box printing and a few pages out of the instruction booklet. There’s no details of the price but counting the parts in the back of the booklet, there are 501 pieces unless I calculated wrong. The contents of the box include five unnumbered bags and the instruction booklet.

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LEGO Architecture Las Vegas (21047) Official Images

LEGO Architecture Las Vegas (21047)

There are now official images of the updated LEGO Architecture Las Vegas (21047) set that have appeared on Amazon. If you remember, the set had to be redesigned due to the events of late last year at one of the hotels and in turn, the release of the set was delayed. The set will now have the Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas sign, Bellagio Hotel, Luxor Las Vegas, Encore at the Wynn, Startosphere Las Vegas, and the Fremont Street Experience. There’s no details on the price or release date yet at this time.

LEGO Architecture Las Vegas (21047)

LEGO Architecture Las Vegas (21047)

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LEGO Architecture Las Vegas (20147) Updated Set Look

LEGO Architecture Las Vegas (21047)

As we get closer to summer, more LEGO second half catalogs are being released online and the Korean version shows the updated LEGO Architecture Las Vegas (21047) set. If you remember from earlier this year, this set was supposed to be released around this time but due to events at one of the hotels that was going to be in the set, it had to be redesigned.

As you can see above, the updated LEGO Architecture Las Vegas (21047) set will now include the Welcome to Las Vegas sign, the Bellagio in place of the Mandalay Bay Hotel, the Luxor Hotel, the Encore Hotel, the Stratosphere Tower, and the Fremont Street Experience. According to the image, the set will be released in September.

Thanks to Jesse for sending this in.

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LEGO Architecture Las Vegas (21038) to be Redesigned

LEGO Architecture Las Vegas (21038)

Last week, we got the official box art image of the LEGO Architecture Las Vegas (21038) set which was delayed in its release. That box art will no longer be used and there’s some new information from Promobricks at the 2018 Nuremberg Toy Fair that the set has now been pushed back to a fall release. This is because the set will be redesigned to remove the Mandalay Bay Hotel and replace it with another building due to the events that happened at the hotel last year.

What building would you like to see replace the Mandalay Bay Hotel in the LEGO Architecture Las Vegas (21308) set?

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LEGO Architecture Las Vegas (21038) Official Image

LEGO Architecture Las Vegas (21038)

Last night, I reported on some of the details for the LEGO Architecture Las Vegas (21038) skyline set and now we have the official image of the set courtesy of Promobricks. As I mentioned before, the set will consist of the Welcome to Las Vegas sign, the Mandalay Bay Hotel, the Luxor Hotel, the Encore Hotel, the Stratosphere Tower, and the Fremont Street Experience. As far as the building choices are concerned, I feel there are much more iconic buildings that LEGO could have used and there are too many to list off.

The set will have 487 pieces and retail for €39.99 and it also includes a printed 1×2 tile of the Welcome to the Fabulous Las Vegas Nevada sign as well as the 1×8 tile of the set. The release date is still up in the air due to the events at the Mandalay Bay last year causing it to be delayed. I’ll let you know when it becomes available.

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LEGO Architecture Las Vegas (21038) Set Details

The first wave of the 2018 LEGO Architecture sets was supposed to consist of two sets Las Vegas (21038) Shanghai (21039) but for whatever reason, the Vegas set was delayed. There hasn’t been much information about the set until now courtesy of Promobricks. According to a German eBay pre-order listing, Las Vegas will consist of 487 pieces and the buildings in the Skyline layout will include the Welcome to Las Vegas sign, the Mandalay Bay Hotel, the Luxor Las Vegas Hotel, the Encore Las Vegas Hotel, the Stratosphere Tower, and the Fremont Street Experience in Downtown Las Vegas.

The pricing of it is €39.99 so it’ll probably be $39.99 when it is released here in the US. The listing shows that it will be available at the end of January but I’ve heard that it won’t be out until the spring or possibly this summer. Either way, we’re still holding out for the official images of the LEGO Architecture Las Vegas (21038).

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