The US summer wave of LEGO sets is now available for purchase on LEGO online store including popular themes such as Star Wars, Minecraft, Creator Expert and LEGO Ideas.
There are a few new sets available for the wider release in July. These include the amazing LEGO Ideas Typewriter and the largest set in the new lineup from Monkie Kid – The Bone Demon and the Adidas Sneaker kit. We have reviewed some of these so remember to check them out if you’re still on the fence on any of the purchases to be made.
Your LEGO sales guide for November is a real blast to the past with the Ghostbusters ECTO-1 revival from the 80s and upcoming Ghostbusters: Afterlife movie. Also swooping in is Tim Burton’s Batwing from 1989, and taking off once again into space is the return of the LEGO Ideas retired product Saturn V with a new set number 92176 with all the same goodness from the original release in 2017. Last but not least, it’s all sunny days as you get lost, and find your way to Sesame Street. Making a return is also the LEGO Ideas Ship in a Bottle from 2018.
The sets released in October 2020 is an early shopping list reminder for the coming Christmas celebrations. The themed choices include a Christmas 2-in-1 wreath, tree ornaments and the Brickheadz nutcracker and the general availability of the LEGO Star Wars Master Builder Series 75290 Mos Eisley Cantina. An unexpected surprise is the Toad’s Special Hideaway expansion set from the LEGO® Super Mario™ universe which was meant to be an SDCC exclusive now cancelled and released on the LEGO store (US only). This also means that it will not be available in all regions.
September is here and LEGO has released a number of sets that you may have been eyeing. The Harry Potter 75978 Diagon Alley is one that we predict will be a favourite for the month and also includes the highly anticipated 75292 The Razor Crest that was first revealed back in February. The Advent Calendar sets for Star Wars, City and Friends are available. This is a good time to grab them, if you want to prepare early for Christmas, especially since the Advent Calendars tend to sell out early.