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Christmas LEGO Advent Calendars for 2013

by admin on November 3, 2013

in LEGO Exclusives

It has become a tradition that LEGO releases advent calendars before Christmas. The first LEGO Advent Calendar was released back in the late 1990s, with fun little creations for each day leading up to Christmas. Since then LEGO Christmas Calendars evolved into highly collectible sets with special minifigures and accessories that LEGO fans look forward to every year.

LEGO Advent Calendars

In the past we used to get one or two LEGO Advent Calendars per year based on different themes (like one based on LEGO City, and the other on LEGO Castle), but I guess due to the popularity of the sets, in the last couple of years LEGO has been releasing three Advent Calendars for the holiday season; one based on LEGO City, one on LEGO Star Wars, and one on LEGO Friends. So let’s check out what we are getting this year! 🙂

➡ #60024 LEGO CITY ADVENT CALENDAR: Enjoy 24 days of LEGO City building fun! Make every day leading up to Christmas a building adventure with the LEGO City Advent Calendar! Open the windows featuring 24 gifts, including a Christmas tree, grill, race car, sled, astronaut, policeman, robber, race car driver and 5 other cool minifigures. Makes a great gift!

#60024 LEGO City Advent Calendar

  • Open a window every day to reveal 24 different LEGO City-themed gifts!
  • Features 8 minifigures, including a police officer, robber, astronaut and a surprise holiday-themed minifigure
  • Makes a great gift for young builders!

#60024 LEGO City Advent Calendar Details

➡ #75023 LEGO STAR WARS ADVENT CALENDAR: Count down to Christmas in a galaxy far, far away! May the Force be with you all season long with the LEGO Star Wars Advent Calendar! Every day in December is a countdown to Christmas in a galaxy far, far away with exclusive LEGO Star Wars minifigures and buildable fun. Build 24 gifts, including iconic starships, minifigures and accessories with the perfect holiday gift for LEGO Star Wars fans both big and small!

#75023 LEGO Star Wars Advent Calendar

  • Open a window every day to reveal 24 different LEGO Star Wars themed gifts
  • Features 6 minifigures and 3 droids, including an exclusive holiday-themed minifigure
  • Micro-scale LEGO Star Wars vehicles include Dooku’s Solar Sailer, Coruscant Freighter, Cloud car, Republic gunship, Attack cruiser, AT-TE, Republic Dropship, Geonosian Starfighter, Naboo Cruiser, Neimoidian Shuttle, Jedi Starfighter and Slave I
  • Makes a great gift for fans of the LEGO Star Wars building sets!

#75023 LEGO Star Wars Advent Calendar Details

➡ #41016 LEGO FRIENDS ADVENT CALENDAR: Count down to Christmas with the LEGO Friends! Count down to a LEGO Friends Christmas this December! Build the holiday story with Stephanie on her journey to the Christmas market! Take her snow scooter past all of the holiday-themed scenery you’ll find hidden inside. Then stop off for presents, snacks and some winter fun with ice skating! Find animals, build decorations and help her to get ready for the best holiday in Heartlake City! Includes Stephanie and Lily mini-doll figures with 24 buildable surprises in a calendar with 24 secret compartments.

#41016 LEGO Friends Advent Calendar

  • Includes Stephanie and Lily mini-doll figures
  • Features 24 gifts, each enclosed in its own compartment in a LEGO Friends holiday-themed calendar
  • Open a new compartment each day and count down to Christmas with buildable gifts!
  • Collect 24 buildable surprises including a snow scooter, sled, snowman, ice skates, brown squirrel and a Christmas tree!
  • LEGO Friends pieces are fully compatible with all LEGO System bricks
  • Collect all of the LEGO Friends sets for a whole world of LEGO Friends fun!
  • LEGO mini-dolls are LEGO figures made especially for the world of LEGO Friends that can be customized and combined in thousands of ways
  • Measures over 2″ (7cm) high, 9″ (25cm) wide and 3″ (8cm) deep

#41016 LEGO Friends Advent Calendar Details

To show you exactly how the LEGO Advent Calendars work and see what’s inside, here is a detailed video-review by JANGBRiCKS of the LEGO City Advent Calendar for this year:

As you can see, each of the LEGO Advent Calendars are full of fun little sets, unique minifigures and interesting accessories. If you would like to pick one (or all three!) up for this holiday season and start the fun of opening a new window every day leading up to Christmas, check out the Online LEGO Shop: LEGO ADVENT CALENDARS AT THE ONLINE LEGO SHOP

Shop for Christmas LEGO Advent Calendars

Do you get any of the LEGO Advent Calendar sets? Have you been collecting them? Which theme is your favorite? Or, you do you make your own LEGO Advent Calendar? Feel free to share your thoughts and discuss in the comment section below! 😉

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steven November 3, 2013 at 10:49 AM

It seems that the Friends set has really taken a beating here. Only two friends Figs shall we say ? I mean the city set has 8 plus the dog so I hope Lego realizes tis error and corrects this for next season. Certainly not a good value for the consumer market when their Friends line is so strong. Happy Holidays everyone.

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admin November 3, 2013 at 11:11 AM

Steven, I havne’t thought of that, but that’s a good point. I think previous LEGO Friends Calendars also had only two minifigs. Not sure why. 😕

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Fikko3107 November 4, 2013 at 5:27 AM

To expensive to be feasibly included in numerous amounts, perhaps? Or because LEGO made the assumption girls want more role-playing props, not characters?

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admin November 4, 2013 at 9:09 AM

I thought it might have to do with the fact that there are so many small LEGO Friends sets and polybags (more than in any other theme), that if someone wanted more figs they could just add some of those. But again, that’s just my specilation. 😉

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ninja of stealth November 4, 2013 at 12:12 PM

yeah, same with star wars, you get awesome minifigs but the other things just aren’t that awesome! 🙁 but the LEGO city ones are so cool!

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LK2 November 4, 2013 at 4:49 AM

If I was to get one it would be city. Friends…………no. Star Wars………………no.

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Chi-bacca November 4, 2013 at 10:28 AM

Got my Star Wars one as soon as I knew they were out- can’t wait 😀

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ninja of stealth November 4, 2013 at 12:13 PM

ok, ok, fine!!!!!!!!!! the star wars one is the second best!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! its cool! yep…

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Dolphin Class November 4, 2013 at 3:39 PM

My 2nd grade class is learning about blogs. We looked at this blog post as an example. They wanted me to post a comment to say that we like your pictures of Lego sets. Their favorites are the Lego Friends and Lego Star Wars sets. Thanks for posting! We enjoyed it.

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admin November 4, 2013 at 3:43 PM

Dear Dolphin Class, welcome to TBB! I’m glad you enjoyed the post. Come back any time as we post LEGO news, reviews, discussions, videos and more on a daily basis. TBB is a family-friendly site with LEGO fans of all ages. 🙂

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Chris of Yoda Archives November 5, 2013 at 1:21 AM

I’ll get the Star Wars one. If I can find the City one on sale I’ll get it.

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Maxx November 5, 2013 at 1:45 PM

I was wondering about the Friends set to.
Low value in figs:(
Why not add a few more animals or a boy fig.
LEGO should really rethink this or sell at a lower price.

The last few years my girls have had advents, not sure they will get the Friends one this year, it’s not up there compared to the city one…

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admin November 5, 2013 at 2:43 PM

Good point about adding animals or boy figs! I would love to see that! 😀

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Sabrina Reece November 27, 2016 at 3:00 PM

Hi I have 60133 lego city advent calendar. The box is not perforated to open pieces in side. Don’t get how this works

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admin November 27, 2016 at 3:07 PM

Sabrina, the box has a flap that you first fold down. The windows are under the flap. See this video review about how it all works: https://youtu.be/4ZXWY6JeBJ8

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