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March 2017 – new LEGO sets & promotions

by admin on March 1, 2017

in LEGO Sales & Deals

While most of the March LEGO sets were released a couple of weeks early (see: Second Wave of 2017 Sets Available Now!), there are other new sets coming as well. Also, this month we get the first Double VIP Points special of the year, so this is a perfect time to make those purchases you have been putting off since the beginning of the year. Let’s a look at all the shiny new things we are getting this month from our favorite company. 🙂

FREE LEGO CITY POLICE HELICOPTER: This is just a small special, but nonetheless nice. You will get a free LEGO City Police Helicopter with purchased of $35 or more. This offer is valid March 1-15, and is valid on all themes, not just LEGO City.

arrow: FREE LEGO DUPLO FISH: This is another small special that only applies to LEGO DUPLO purchases. While we don’t normally talk about LEGO DUPLO sets as they are for small children, there are some great sets that were released this year. If you have little ones it is worth checking out the selection and also get a cute fish. This offer is valid March 17-31. Visit the LEGO DUPLO section of the Online LEGO Shop.

DOUBLE VIP POINTS ON ALL PURCHASES: This is a much more significant special that only happens a few times a year and LEGO fans really look forward to. Remember that this is the time to earn points, not to spend them. This offer is valid March 6-16, so make sure you don’t miss out.

LEGO PIRATES OF THE CARIBBEAN EARLY ACCESS: On March 17th LEGO VIP members will get early access to the #71042 LEGO Pirates of the Caribbean Silent Mary from the upcoming Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales film. It is a massive, ghostly-looking LEGO pirate ship skeleton with 2294 pieces and a price of $199.99. Regular release will be on April 1st. Two other sets that will be available for LEGO VIP members at the same time are the last two of the Series 1 LEGO BrickHeadz characters; the #41593 LEGO BrickHeadz Captain Jack Sparrow and the #41594 LEGO BrickHeadz Captain Armando. If you want to check it out, the Silent Mary is already listed under the LEGO Disney section of the Online LEGO Shop.

2017 LEGO STAR WARS SETS AVAILABLE NOW: The first large wave of LEGO War Wars sets became available a couple of weeks ago. This is a very large selection of sets, so I will only list their names here, and we also reviewed them a few days ago (see the LEGO Star Wars section in the left-hand side-bar): #75168 LEGO Star Wars Yoda’s Jedi Starfighter, #75169 LEGO Star Wars Duel on Naboo, #75170 LEGO Star Wars The Phantom, #75171 LEGO Star Wars Battle on Sharif, #75172 LEGO Star Wars Y-wing Starfighter, #75173 LEGO Star Wars Luke’s Landspeeder, #75174 LEGO Star Wars Desert Skiff Escape, and #75175 LEGO Star Wars A-wing Starfighter. There are also two new battle packs: the #75164 LEGO Star Wars Rebel Trooper Battle Pack and the #75165 LEGO Star Wars Imperial Trooper Battle Pack. And we also get a new wave of LEGO Star Wars Microfighters: #75160 LEGO Star Wars U-wing, #75161 LEGO Star Wars TIE Striker, #75162 LEGO Star Wars Y-wing, and #75163 LEGO Star Wars Krennic’s Imperial Shuttle. And there are three more of the large buildable figures: #75523 LEGO Star Wars Scarif Stormtrooper, #75524 LEGO Star Wars Chirrut Îmwe, and #75525 LEGO Star Wars Baze Malbus. You can find all these new sets listed under the LEGO Star Wars section of the Online LEGO Shop.

2017 LEGO SUPER HEROES SETS AVAILABLE NOW: A number of LEGO Marvel Super Heroes sets also became available. This includes the #76076 LEGO Super Heroes Captain America Jet Pursuit, #76077 LEGO Super Heroes Iron Man: Detroit Steel Srikes, the #76078 LEGO Super Heroes Hulk vs. Red Hulk, #76079 LEGO Super Heroes Ravager Attack, #76080 LEGO Super Heroes Ayesha’s Revenge, and the updated Milano in the #76081 LEGO Super Heroes The Milano vs. The Abilisk (with baby Groot!). All the new sets are listed under the LEGO Marvel Super Heroes section of the Online LEGO Shop.

2017 LEGO MINECRAFT SETS AVAILABLE NOW: There are six new LEGO Minecraft sets you can add to your collection: #21129 LEGO Minecraft The Mushroom Island, #21130 LEGO Minecraft The Nether Railway, #21131 LEGO Minecraft The Ice Spikes, #21132 LEGO Minecraft Jungle Temple, #21133 LEGO Minecraft The Witch Hut, and #21134 LEGO Minecraft The Waterfall Base. You can find them all under the LEGO Minecraft section of the Online LEGO Shop.

2017 LEGO ELVES SETS AVAILABLE NOW: Another beautiful and enchanted collection of LEGO Elves sets, this time with goblins! They are as follows: #41181 LEGO Elves Naida’s Gondola & the Goblin Thief, #41182 LEGO Elves The Capture of Sophie Jones, #41183 LEGO Elves The Goblin King’s Evil Dragon, #41184 LEGO Elves Aira’s Airship & the Amulet Chase, and #41185 LEGO Elves Magic Rescue from the Goblin Village. See the LEGO Elves section of the Online LEGO Shop.

2017 LEGO TECHNIC SETS AVAILABLE NOW: There are only a couple of new LEGO Technic sets that were – for some reason – left out from the January release. This includes the #42061 LEGO Technic Telehandler, and the LEGO Technic BMW R 1200 GS Adventure. This second set has been heavily advertised by LEGO as a realistic replica of the original BMW motorcycle. Both sets are available under the LEGO Technic section of the Online LEGO Shop.

2017 LEGO SPEED CHAMPIONS SETS AVAILABLE NOW: This is another very strong wave for LEGO Speed Champions, with some excellent sets. You might want to check out the review of the sets we published a few days ago. The list of new sets is as follows: #75877 LEGO Speed Champions Mercedes-AMG GT3, #75878 LEGO Speed Champions Bugatti Chiron, #75879 LEGO Speed Champions Scuderia Ferrari SF16-H, #75880 LEGO Speed Champions McLaren Road Car, #75881 LEGO Speed Champions 2016 Ford GT & 1966 Ford GT40, #75882 LEGO Speed Champions Ferrari FXX K & Development Center, and #75883 LEGO Speed Champions Mercedes AMG PETRONAS Formula One Team. You can find all the sets under the LEGO Speed Champions section of the Online LEGO Shop.

2017 LEGO CLASSIC SETS AVAILABLE NOW: These sets were technically part of the January release in other countries, but were delayed in the US. The newly listed sets are as follows: #10706 LEGO Classic Blue Creative Box, #10707 LEGO Classic Red Creative Box, #10708 LEGO Classic Green Creative Box, and #10709 LEGO Classic Orange Creative Box. You can find them all under the LEGO Classic section of the Online LEGO Shop.

LEGO BRICKHEADZ SETS AVAILABLE NOW: We have talked about these already , but I thought it was worth to mention that the Series 1 of the LEGO BrickHeadz characters are now available for everyone not just LEGO VIP members. In the LEGO DC Super Heroes collection we get the #41585 LEGO BrickHeadz Batman, the #41586 LEGO BrickHeadz Batgirl, the #41587 LEGO BrickHeadz Robin, and the #41588 LEGO BrickHeadz The Joker. The LEGO Marvel Super Heroes collection includes the #41589 LEGO BrickHeadz Captain America, the #41590 LEGO BrickHeadz Iron Man, the #41591 LEGO BrickHeadz Black Widow, and the #41592 LEGO BrickHeads The Hulk. And we also get two Disney characters; the #41595 LEGO BrickHeadz Belle, and the #41596 LEGO BrickHeadz Beast. You can find them all under the LEGO BrickHeadz section of the Online LEGO Shop.

So many new sets! So much to chose from! Whether you are into a particular theme, a collector or builder, I’m sure you will find something interesting. If you want to see all the new sets at once, you can visit the new sets section of the Online LEGO Shop.

What do you think? Are you excited about this new wave of LEGO sets? What are you planning to get? Feel free to share your thoughts and discuss in the comment section below! 😉

And you might also like to check out the following related posts:

LEGO SHOP IN USA: Online LEGO Shop USA
LEGO Brand Retail

LEGO SHOP IN CANADA: Online LEGO Shop Canada
LEGO Canada

LEGO SHOP IN UK: Online LEGO Shop UK
LEGO SYSTEM A/S

{ 16 comments… read them below or add one }

Legostuff71 March 1, 2017 at 2:27 PM

Guardians of the Galaxy all the way. I have enough of Star Wars and NINJAGO to last me for A while.

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admin March 1, 2017 at 4:55 PM

So you are getting baby Groot? Sweet! 😀

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Legostuff71 March 1, 2017 at 6:27 PM

Yeah, I’ve been going back-and-forth between Elves ( Goblin village) and Star Wars sets . So, I figured what sets I worked on last ( theme wise) and maybe get a different theme that I haven’t worked on yet. It just so happens to be Marvel. The Elves has always been up in the air with me . I only bought a couple of sets for a trial run and it didn’t click. Just not the theme I wanted to get in to .

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admin March 1, 2017 at 9:19 PM

That makes sense. I occasionally try a new theme too, and sometimes it clicks, sometimes it doesn’t. If it doesn’t, I just take the sets apart and put them in the parts drawers. That’s one of the best things about LEGO; you can always use the parts for something else. 🙂

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Professor Bunny March 1, 2017 at 6:44 PM

Not to interested in anything that just came out, except the Scuderia Ferrari SF16-H. I’ll definitely be buying that during the double VIP Points period, and I might buy something else so I can get the helicopter.

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Legostuff71 March 1, 2017 at 10:09 PM

I usually don’t take it apart , I keep it in tact because the Elves are not a bad theme , it’s just a theme I ‘m not planning to invest a lot of money in . I am however tempted to get the Goblin village because they remind me of the Smurf’s that have gone really ,really bad. I may break down and get it some day. ( sooner than I think)?

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admin March 1, 2017 at 10:21 PM

That’s the set I’m planning to get as well. Very Smurf-ish! 😀

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Håkan March 2, 2017 at 5:14 AM

For the Smurfs, I prefer the original Belgian comics, but the goblins are sort of like the Naughties (Vexy and Hackus) from the second live action movie…

The Goblins remind me of the goons from 80’s fantasy Saturday morning cartoons, such as Toadwart from the Gummi Bears, or Beastly from the Care Bears …

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admin March 2, 2017 at 11:15 AM

Ahhh… yeah, forgot about those! 😀

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BLProductions March 2, 2017 at 5:45 PM

Hopefully I’ll make it to a store this month during the 2x VIP points, in which case I’ll be getting the Mercedes AMG GT3 and Mighty Dinosaurs. Otherwise, not much for me this month. I like the Elves, but am waiting on better images of the summer sets to decide which to get. I don’t see why they’ve split up Technic so much this year… some in January, 2 in March, and the rest in August with the summer sets. None are even that exciting, which is disappointing. At least the Minecraft is good and the Star Wars not bad. 🙂
Also: http://brickset.com/article/26880/new-inventories-and-parts New parts, finally! My new part count this year is now 61. Surprisingly few, compared to the last two years. And most of them come in multiple sets, so at least they’re all usable. I’m interested to see what people will come up with for that part in the Nether Railway.

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admin March 2, 2017 at 8:42 PM

Hm… I was thinking of you when I saw that announcement on Brickset about the updated inventories. I’m also curious about how people are going to use that Minecraft piece besides making curved tile tracks. I bet it will be in an upcoming Iron Builder competition! 😀

Funny, I was just having dinner and looking at that dinosaur in the new LEGO magazine that just arrived yesterday. It looks really good. I might have to get that one too. I’m also waiting for the Double VIP Points period to go shopping. I couple of the Elves sets and maybe that Dino is what I have in mind. I also like that small Easter set. I don’t have any of the eggs yet, so it would be a good set to get. 🙂

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BLProductions March 2, 2017 at 10:21 PM

I can see that piece being used on shields, complex weapons, maybe a pattern with stacked tiles or a fence… an Iron Builder competition with that piece would definitely be interesting to see. The nub at the end isn’t the most useful though, since very few other parts fit with it.
Isn’t the Dinosaur eating a LEGO Life logo in the new magazine? I’m not sure it can do that in real life…. I like the set, although the A-model seems off to me. It doesn’t feel like a T-rex, as the head looks like a raptor head – maybe it’s too long. I’m still getting it, though; I want the new SNOT bricks. The Easter set is nice, despite only having one white egg… but at least there’s a Dark Azur one. 🙂

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admin March 2, 2017 at 10:28 PM

Yeah, LEGO is really pushing LEGO Life, so they threw some of the LEGO Life brick images around the magazine. There is one in dino’s mouth, and there are some others ones too. I didn’t pay too much attention to them, but I thought it was funny that the dino was chewing on one. 😀

I do like the A-model. I don’t know how accurate it is, but it has a nice shape, and nice colors. We can pretend that it is a dino we haven’t discovered yet. 🙄

I have been watching Mega Construx videos. They had this whole futuristic city layout at the Toy Fair called Mega Construx Beyond, and it looks amazing. Everyone (well, besides hard-core LEGO fans) are going nuts over it. I really hope that it will be released as actual sets, but at this point it is not clear. Anyway, I don’t know if you are into MC, just thought to share. LEGO should really do something like that if MC decides not to. 🙂

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BLProductions March 3, 2017 at 8:10 PM

It was some sort of challenge in the magazine… my brother and I found about 7 logos total. Because of it’s size, the A-model isn’t that accurate, but it is recognizable and in an interesting color. I’m sure there’s a real dinosaur that fits this one, but I can’t think of it. I’ll have to consult my dinosaur dictionary….
I’m not a fan of MC (and I still like the old name better), but the Beyond display does look neat. Is it like a city, but with high-tech (or futuristic) structures and such? I can’t tell too well from the images I’ve seen. There didn’t look to be that much set material, though. 😕

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admin March 3, 2017 at 8:41 PM

Yeah, it is a kind of a lame challenge. I started counting them too, but then gave up. I’m kind of worried that LEGO Life is going to replace LEGO Club, and they are also going to stop the LEGO Club Magazine. I don’t know this for sure, but in the last magazine I got, it said something about “upgrading” to LEGO Life.

I also like MB better than MC. I might write an article about the Beyond city at some point. But I think I will wait until it becomes clear if it is going to be a new theme, or it was just a special display. The fact that they made all those special figures seem to indicate that it is going to be a new theme. At least I hope so. I want those astronauts and Segways. 😀

P.S.: This is a good video about the Beyond display, in case you want to check it out: https://youtu.be/iIX1ZtlIlTA

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Håkan March 3, 2017 at 7:00 AM

You might be right, I’ve never seen a dinosaur eat a Lego logo in real life…

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