As we discussed about a week ago, LEGO finally released many of the summer sets that were delayed in the U.S. towards the end of August (see: LEGO Summer Sets Available on August 24th). And now, with a new month comes more new sets as well as new promotions. Take a look below.
➡ FREE LEGO HARRY POTTER BRICKHEADZ SET: September 1-15 you will get a free #40412 LEGO BrickHeadz Harry Potter Hagrid & Buckbeak set with LEGO Harry Potter purchases of $100 or more. With the large selection of new sets, there are lots to choose from, including the #75966 LEGO Harry Potter Hogwarts Room of Requirements, the #75967 LEGO Harry Potter Forbidden Forest: Umbridge’s Encounter, the #75968 LEGO Harry Potter 4 Privet Drive, and the #75969 LEGO Harry Potter Hogwarts Astronomy Tower, the #75979 LEGO Harry Potter Hedwig buildable figure, the #75980 LEGO Harry Potter Attack on the Burrow, and the just-announced and super exciting #75978 LEGO Harry Potter Diagon Alley set. You can find the full selection at the LEGO Harry Potter section of the Online LEGO Shop.
➡ FREE LEGO HARRY POTTER SET (IN-STORE ONLY): If you’re near a LEGO store, you can take advantage of another in-store-only freebie September 1-15. You can get the #30420 LEGO Harry Potter and Hedwig Owl Delivery with purchases of $40 or more.
➡ FREE LEGO MONKIE KID SET: September 7-13 you can get a free #30341 LEGO Monkie Kid Delivery Bike with purchases of $35 or more. This offer is valid on all purchases, not just LEGO Monkie Kid sets. However, the three new LEGO Monkie Kid sets are super fun, so you might want to check out those as well. This includes the #80014 LEGO Monkie Kid Sandy’s Speedboat, the #80015 LEGO Monkie Kid’s Cloud Roadster, and the large #80016 LEGO Monkie Kid Flaming Foundry. Available at the LEGO Monkie Kid section of the Online LEGO Shop.
➡ FREE LEGO CREATOR CAT SET (IN-STORE ONLY): If you live near a LEGO store, here is another special freebie for you September 16-30; a cute #30574 LEGO Creator 3-in-1 Cat with purchases of $35 or more.
➡ LEGO HARRY POTTER DIAGON ALLEY AVAILABLE: I mentioned it above, but it’s worth repeating; the much anticipated and huge ##75978 LEGO Harry Potter Diagon Alley set with over 5,500 pieces and 14 minifigures is now available. This set will sell fast and will likely have long periods of shortages, so if you want it before the end of the year, get it as soon as possible. Available the LEGO Harry Potter section of the Online LEGO Shop.
➡ LEGO CITY MAIN SQUARE AVAILABLE: Inspired by the popular kids TV show, LEGO City Adventures, #60271 LEGO City Main Square features the iconic town hall building, a limo for Mayor Fleck, a classic diner, the great city park with room for concerts and special celebrations, an InterCity tram, and of course familiar characters for endless story-building fun. This is also a great set for adults to add additional buildings, vehicles, and people to their cities. The price is high though ($200 for 1,517 pieces), but if you’re interested it’s available at the LEGO City section of the Online LEGO Shop.
➡ LEGO ADVENT CALENDARS NOW AVAILABLE: As usual, we get three new LEGO Advent Calendars this year to help you and your family count down to Christmas. This includes the #60268 LEGO City Advent Calendar, the #75279 LEGO Star Wars Advent Calendar, and the #41420 LEGO Friends Advent Calendar. The sets are really nice this year with some cute little builds and awesome minifigs, so check them out at the seasonal items section of the Online LEGO Shop.
And that wraps up all the new sets and promotions for September. And remember the huge wave of new sets that were released just a week ago, including LEGO Architecture, the LEGO Art mosaics, LEGO Batman, LEGO City, LEGO Creator 3-in-1, LEGO Disney, LEGO Friends, LEGO Harry Potter, LEGO Hidden Side, LEGO Iron Man, LEGO Monkie Kid, LEGO Ninjago, LEGO Star Wars, LEGO Technic, and LEGO Trolls. To see the full list visit the new items section of the Online LEGO Shop.
What do you think? Which new sets are you most excited about? Are you planning to get anything this month? Feel free to share and discuss in the comment section below!
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➡ LEGO SHOP IN CANADA: Online LEGO Shop Canada
➡ LEGO SHOP IN UK: Online LEGO Shop UK
The Razor Crest for me! 😀
Or that long, alternative name… I guess that trademark buyer Gassmann won’t be taken lightly…
Yeah, that’s a weird story for the LEGO history books! 😀
I really want to get Diagon Alley, but dropping that much cash on one set is a little scary. Admin, what do you think? Is it worth it?
Personally, I’d say it would depend on how much cash and space you’d have available…
It’s actually very versatile as it can be displayed in a number of different ways. It could take up an entire meter long space, or not that much. It depends. 😀
Sergei, it really depends on what you want to do with it. I would say that as a Harry Potter display set, it’s not my favorite. It doesn’t really convey the magic of Diagon Alley. However, as a set for modding and for parts, it’s exceptional. If you’re a fan of the LEGO Modular Buildings, this set has a lot of potential for turning it into a Modular (or several Modulars).
The HP minifigs are also now available if any of you are looking for them.
Yes, thanks for mentioning that. 🙂
I also saw an opportunity for VIP members to add 150 points by logging in to the VIP site and complete a Harry Potter quiz. I believe it’s international, but possibly it’s Europe Only.
Officially you have to get at least 6/9 questions correctly, but it seems you are rewarded just by taking the quiz. If you are nervous, most of the answers are easily found online, though.
Yes, it seem that we have that too! 😀
Thanks for pointing out the quiz Håkan! I’m much more into Star Wars than Harry Potter, (generational thing, maybe?) but I know enough to squeak past the six out of nine and got the 150 points. 😀
I kinda cheated and looked up the answers. Even if it doesn’t seem you can fail the test, I guess it would give you a bigger sense of pride if you manage to score high on your own…
Well, no biggie. I was mostly curious if I knew enough to get a passing grade, lol!
Thank you! I just got my extra points too! By the way, it doesn’t seem you have to get all the answers right. I missed two, and I still got the extra points.
So, what do you do when the store is closed due to the pandemic and you want to get that in store purchase or gift? I know last night I went online and I managed to get the brickheadz Hagrid and Buckbeak. ( my first brickheadz).
What do you do? You build with what you got! Oh, so you’re going to be introduced to the freaky pink brains of BrickHeadz! Have fun! 🙄
Are we going to get new speed champions sets anytime soon?
They are usually released at the beginning of the year, so the next wave should be coming in early 2021.
Oh, the Art set I wanted is showing as out of stock. 🙁 That’s disappointing. Do you guys know when it will be back int stock? Or what’s the difference between out of stock and backordered?
Out of stock means the button is grayed out and you can’t order, and backordered means you can still order, but it will be a while before you get it. They usually say on the page how long it will take. I think admin said before that out of stock means it will take longer than 60 days, so they just take away the buy button until they have new stock.
Yes, basically that’s it. 🙂
And now we get to wait for our orders to arrive at our door steps. 🙄 I’m still waiting for my first order I made in mid- August. It should arrive later today or tomorrow. My first order was 4 privet drive , Forbidden Forest Umbridge encounter and from hidden side mystery castle. Just like you Thita (admin) I love castles sets too.😁
I’m still waiting for my Bricks and Pieces order to arrive. It seems they are delayed even in Europe…