Today LEGO has just announced that 75192 Star Wars UCS Millennium Falcon is available again from the LEGO Shop Online, which has continued to experience intermittent out-of-stock issues. So if you’ve been waiting to purchase one online and get those VIP points, now’s your chance. Unsure whether you want to drop $800 on a LEGO set with 7,500 pieces? Check out our hands-on review of the new UCS Falcon.
One of the most anticipated sets in recent memory, the huge Creator Expert 10261 Roller Coaster is now available to LEGO VIP members — you must be logged in for it to appear available. It will be available June 1 for non-members. The coaster puts to full use LEGO brand new roller coaster system of pieces that was first revealed in The Joker Manor last year, and it includes several new elements for the first time. The coaster can be hand-cranked or combined with Power Functions for a fully automated track. The set includes 4,124 pieces and 11 minifigures for $379.99 USD.
If you’re not already a LEGO VIP member, signing up is free and nets you rewards on every purchase from LEGO, both online and in LEGO Brand Retail stores.
Check out more pictures of the Roller Coaster in our announcement article, and watch for our hands-on review coming soon!
[Update] Some of our readers are also reporting that LEGO has acknowledged a glitch in the ordering system for some users, causing it to appear unavailable, despite being available.
With the new year, comes a new wave of LEGO sets, now available in LEGO stores and online. We’ve highlighted few from each theme we think you will love, from Downtown Diner to Shanghai. We’ve already reviewed a few of these sets, with more on their way in the coming days and weeks.
The next modular has arrived and is ready to transport you to the 50s with its teal highlights.
10260 Downtown Diner | $169.99 USD
Also available from eBay
Did you miss all the good sales during Black Friday and Cyber Monday? Or maybe you did find some great bargains but are ready for round 2! Whatever the case may be, here’s another chance for you to grab a deal. Target is running a sale from now until Dec. 9 giving 20% off select LEGO, including some brand new sets such as the 75204 Sandspeeder from The Last Jedi, which we recently reviewed.
[Update] It appears the sale is on select sets only, and does not include the large, hard-to-find sets we originally featured below. We apologize for this confusion—we received this information directly from Target, but the actual sale seems to differ significantly from what Target communicated to us. We’ll be more cautious with info we receive from Target in the future.
Click the banner above to browse the LEGO selection on Target.
The LEGO Ninjago Movie wave 2 sets are now available to buy from the LEGO Shop online or at your local LEGO store. Wave 2 includes Garmadon’s Shark Mech, Garmadon’s Volcano Lair, the Quake Mech and a smaller set, Piranha Attack. You can support The Brothers Brick by clicking on the set links to shop at LEGO online, scroll down for links to the LEGO Shop for our UK and Canadian readers.
70656 garmadon, Garmadon, GARMADON!, 830 parts, £79.99 / $79.99
Even if you’re already done with your holiday LEGO shopping, there’s one more thing many of our readers will be excited to hear – the fantastic LEGO 21309 Ideas NASA Apollo Saturn V is back in stock on Amazon.com! And if you’re still in doubt whether you should get one or not, here’s our very special review of the set to help you make the right decision.
We’ve already alerted you to some great deals on Amazon that began on Black Friday (not to mention the new LEGO Taj Mahal coming out today), but Cyber Monday is primed to bring even more fantastic deals from a wide range of themes, including Super Heroes, Star Wars, Simpsons, Technic, and more. Follow this link to check out all the Cyber Monday LEGO deals on Amazon, or look below for the highlights. The sale runs only for today, Nov. 27, and as always, these sales likely have limited stock and vary by country. At the time of writing, all of these are active on Amazon.com in the USA, but you won’t want to delay.
While these deals are disappearing fast, don’t forget that Amazon has a lot of great LEGO sets on sale that aren’t part of the Cyber Monday blitz, including some more than 50% off. Click here to view the non-Cyber Monday sales.
First up is Marvel Super Heroes 76042 The SHIELD Helicarrier at $244.95, which is 30% off. With a set this large, that means a savings of over $105 off the regular $349.99 MSRP.
Click below to see the rest of the deals.
Almost a decade after the first version hit shelves, the new 10256 Taj Mahal is now available to order from the LEGO Shop online or at your local LEGO store. The Taj Mahal was the largest LEGO set ever released until the new edition of the UCS Millennium Falcon unseated it last month. This re-release of this Indian icon includes 5,923 pieces (one more than its predecessor) and is priced at $369.99 USD.
The original Taj Mahal still commands a premium on the secondary market, though news of its re-release has cut prices more than half since it was announced (from $3,000 USD to $1,350 for a new, unopened set). LEGO’s alleged recent focus on reclaiming some of the secondary market is having a noticeable effect.
Additionally, if you order today (Cyber Monday), the LEGO Shop Online has a few remaining Black Friday sales and freebies, including several discounted sets, 40254 Nutcracker with purchases over $99 and a branded shopping bag with purchases over $199, while supplies last.
Although specific sales and promotions will vary by region, remember that our Canadian readers can support TBB by clicking through to buy the Taj Mahal (or anything else) from this button:
And a link for our dear UK readers as well, if you feel inclined to do some LEGO shopping:
With all the UCS Millennium Falcon craziness going on this week, LEGO also quietly released the next (and most likely final) wave of LEGO Dimensions sets. Wave 9 is now on store shelves featuring Beetlejuice, Powerpuff Girls and Teen Titans Go! Unlike past releases, none of the sets is a retailer exclusive, so all should be available from most major retailers.
Ten years after the first version hit shelves, the new and improved 75192 Star Wars UCS Millennium Falcon is now available to order from the LEGO Shop online. The largest LEGO set ever released includes 7,541 pieces, 10 minifigs, and is priced at $799.99 USD. In some locales, the set may not be available until 7:30 AM, instead of midnight.
The set will be available more broadly starting on October 1st, but is currently available only to LEGO VIP Program members. Of course, you can just sign up for a VIP membership for free, so that means the set is available to everyone now, assuming you’re ready and able to cough up the
rent payment eight hundred bucks for it.
Additionally, the newest holiday set, 10259 Winter Village Station, is also available to VIP club members for $79.99. The set pairs perfectly with last year’s 10254 Winter Holiday Train and has 902 pieces (or just under an eighth of the size of the UCS Millennium Falcon for one-tenth of the price!).
The last 24 hours have been chock full of LEGO Star Wars news, with the announcement of the new UCS Millennium Falcon and our own Millennium Falcon contest kicking off. However, that was just the prelude to Force Friday, where to celebrate the energy field that binds the galaxy together, LEGO is slashing prices across nearly the full LEGO Star Wars lineup, along with a sprinkling of other themes. Plus, LEGO is giving double VIP points during the sale and some other freebies for Star Wars purchases.
Lots of set prices are cut by 20 percent, which for some hard-to-find sets is a pretty great deal. A few dip even lower, such as the Stormtrooper Watch at 75 percent off, making it just $6.24. And even if you’ve already got some of these older sets, Star Wars: The Last Jedi LEGO sets are available beginning today, and qualify for all of the promotions.
The sale prices should be available from the LEGO Shop Online beginning at midnight Sept. 1, or shortly thereafter as LEGO’s servers update to reflect the sale. Although the sale should be active wherever the LEGO Shop Online sells, we believe this price list is only valid in the USA. Other regions should see similar price drops, though the selection may vary.
75105 Millennium Falcon, $149.99, now $119.99
Orders over $50 will get a free Scarif Trooper with a stand and placard. This is the second in a wave of new Star Wars characters with linkable stands, following R3-M2 earlier this year.
In addition, any and all Star Wars purchases will also get one of three limited edition LEGO Star Wars posters.
So just to recap: you’ll get 20% (or more) off older sets, a first go at The Last Jedi sets, a free exclusive minifigure, free exclusive poster, and double VIP points.
New summer sets are available beginning August 1 on The LEGO Shop online. We know you’ve been patiently waiting to get your hands on some of these fantastic sets, and now is your chance. Click on any of our links below to help support The Brothers Brick as we bring you LEGO news and amazing models from around the world.