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Shopping for LEGO – September deals!

Just a bit of a summary of what is happening in the world of LEGO this month. There are several new exciting LEGO sets that have been released, and also the promotions for this month are great. So if you are in the mood of LEGO shopping, here is what September has to offer. 🙂

FREE EXCLUSIVE MINI VOLKSWAGEN CAMPER – first of all, when your order reaches $75, you will automatically get a #40079 LEGO Mini Volkswagen T1 Camper Van polybag. I already have one, and I can tell you it is really cute. You might also want to check out the full version #10220 LEGO Volkswagen T1 Camper Van, which is a wonderful LEGO set in itself. This offer is available for the month of September only at the Online LEGO Shop and at LEGO store locations, while supplies last.

LEGO Shopping - Free Mini VW Camper

FREE EXCLUSIVE CLONE TROOPER LIEUTENANT – if your purchase includes LEGO Star Wars sets, once your order reaches at least $50, a free exclusive LEGO Star Wars Clone Lieutenant minifigure will be automatically added to your shopping cart. This offer is available for the month of September (but will also be continued in the month of October, based on the October store-flyer) only at the Online LEGO Shop and at LEGO store locations.

LEGO Shopping - Free Star Wars Minifigure

LEGO STAR WARS EWOK VILLAGE AVAILABLE NOW – the #10236 LEGO Star Wars Ewok Village is now available for all LEGO fans, not just LEGO VIP members. This is considered one of the most exciting LEGO Star Wars sets since the #10188 LEGO Star Wars Death Star. We have talked about this set before so I won’t repeat the details here, but you can check out all the relevant information and designer-video at the LEGO Star Wars Ewok Village Press-Release post – BUY HERE

LEGO Shopping - LEGO Star Wars Ewok Village

LEGO SYDNEY OPERA HOUSE AVAILABLE NOW – the #10234 LEGO Creator Sydney Opera House is also available for all LEGO fans, not just LEGO VIP members. This is the latest in the large, exclusive LEGO Creator sets, and a beautiful and accurate model of the Sydney Opera House. We have talked about this set before and you can check out all the details along with the designer-video at the LEGO Sydney Opera House Set Revealed! post – BUY HERE

LEGO Shopping - LEGO Sydney Opera House

LEGO MINIFIGURES SERIES 11 AVAILABLE NOW – the latest in the Collectible LEGO Minifigure Series is now available at the Online LEGO Shop, as well as LEGO stores and other LEGO retailers. We have previewed these minifigs previously at LEGO Minifigures Series 11 Pictures! Please note that it appears that this will be the last of generic LEGO Collectible Minifigure series. Series 12 will be based on the upcoming The LEGO Movie, and Series 13 will be based on The Simpsons as part of a drive to celebrate their 25th anniversary. Beyond that, more licensed minifigures should be coming. Anyhow, Series 11 is available now, and as usual, we get a variety of great minifigs! – BUY HERE

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LEGO MINECRAFT SETS AVAILABLE NOW – we have talked about these yesterday (see: New LEGO Minecraft Sets Available Now!), but I thought to repeat it for the sake of completeness; two new sets are available in addition to the original LEGO Minecraft set: the #21105 LEGO Minecraft The Village, and the #21106 LEGO Minecraft The Nether. The original set has been immensely popular and I expect the same with these. – BUY HERE

LEGO Shopping - LEGO Minecraft

So that’s the recap for the month of September as far as LEGO shopping opportunities and promotions. Also, don’t forget that LEGO offers free shipping on all orders over $75 to sweeten the deal and make it a bit easier on your wallet. So what do you think? How do you like the new sets and offers for this month? And what are you planning to get? Feel free to share your thoughts and discuss in the comment section below! 😉

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  • D.B. Bricks September 3, 2013, 10:19 AM

    I’ll be getting the Lieutenant this Saturday, I’m going to the lego store in Concord and i’ll be getting the AT-TE walker!

    • benny September 3, 2013, 10:24 AM

      that walker is totally awesome im doing a review on it

    • Andy September 3, 2013, 10:37 AM

      Youll get the Volkswagon too!

    • admin September 3, 2013, 10:57 AM

      Nice! 😀

      • D.B. Bricks September 3, 2013, 12:27 PM

        Thanks guys!

        • D.B. Bricks September 4, 2013, 1:03 PM

          UPDATE: Decided to get 4 Corporate Alliance Tank Droids™ and 2 Clone Troopers™ vs. Droidekas™ Divide them up Equally and you get 2 LEGO Star Wars Clone Lieutenant FTW!!!

          • D.B. Bricks September 4, 2013, 1:05 PM

            Admin can you delete the first one?

            • admin September 4, 2013, 1:06 PM

              I did that for ya, but please note that sometimes I can’t delete comments when they are already in a comment-tree because it completely messes up the page. 😕

  • benny September 3, 2013, 10:23 AM

    nice post I never knew they were with early I thought they were at about 5:00 bst not 3. also I NEED THAT CLONE… I have a lot of clone but with phase 1 captain rex,2 phase 2 501st,and 501st pilot, and now I need a phase 1 501st lieutenant then I will have the 501st battalion( well enough troopers for a squad and airstrike). LEGO really need a star wars battle pack with delta squad or 4 clone commandos( best as omega squad karten mark III matte black)

    • benny September 3, 2013, 11:18 AM

      admin I just sent you my at-te review, hope you like it

  • ninja of stealth September 3, 2013, 11:33 AM

    EWOK VILLAGE!!!! I’m going to get that… absolutely! it is pretty exciting for lego star wars!

  • Chi-bacca September 3, 2013, 12:48 PM

    Well there’s some decent stuff there i might get one of these promotions with my birthday present 😀

    • benny September 3, 2013, 2:48 PM

      chi-bacca you will only get the van, iv checked and no clone for UK store

      • Chi-bacca September 3, 2013, 3:23 PM

        What! Why don’t we have it! 🙁 anyway I’ll look out for your review on the AT-TE 😉

        • benny September 3, 2013, 4:20 PM

          either cos we are cool or they don’t have as much UK sales as USA 😛

          • Chi-bacca September 3, 2013, 5:23 PM

            Yeah we are cool that’s definitely the reason 😀
            One thing I don’t get though- America gets sets before us but we are closer to Denmark?! Something’s in this world don’t make sense 🙂

            • benny September 4, 2013, 2:10 AM

              yeah I agree, I have a friend who lives in Denmark and he has told me when lego sets are out there and they are out in America first!!!

  • Micho September 3, 2013, 12:49 PM

    I am going to wait until December 26th to get all the minifigures at $1.00 each at wal Mart 😀
    This weekend I got the SpongeBob Flying Dutchman $17.00 and the Stra Wars Gungan Sub $40.00, I’m keeping the Dutchman and hopefully I can flip the Sub later this year.

    • admin September 3, 2013, 2:04 PM

      Micho, nice haul! As far as the minifigs, I would have a backup plan. LEGO has been far better managing their minifig distribution and in my experience Wal-Mart stores don’t have the kind of extreme surplus they had in previous years.

  • legostuff71 September 3, 2013, 12:55 PM

    I have the Ewok village and its worth every penny. As, for the 1,990 pieces go it is a fun and a lot faster build than I thought.

    • admin September 3, 2013, 2:05 PM

      Glad to hear you got it already! I have read some reviews and others also said building the set was a nice experience, except for those railings around the trees with the flex-tubes. 🙄

  • Bill D. September 3, 2013, 8:19 PM

    While it might be cool to get some licensed character waves (particularly if it means we get more superheroes that aren’t likely to show up in other sets), I hate to see the line go entirely licensed because there are still so many “generic” character types that we haven’t seen yet. I’m hoping we’ll see a little of that in the Lego Movie line, at least (and if they’re doing a Lego Movie line, can they backtrack and do Lego City Undercover? Who doesn’t want minifig Starsky and Hutch??)

  • legostuff71 September 3, 2013, 8:27 PM

    Yes, the railing were a bit of a challenge. But, what’s a LEGO set with out a challenge.(megablocks?)

    • admin September 4, 2013, 11:57 AM

      Yeah, that’s true! A little challenge is a good thing! 😀

  • Kbomb26 September 4, 2013, 11:23 AM

    I know this maybe isn’t the right place to comment, but it’ll have to do. I’ve got an idea to take a fifty-five gallon aquarium and build a Lego castle for my three sons, complete with working draw bridges powered by bubble hose and what-not. I’m not a master builder by any means and the castle sets I’ve looked at so far (and I only just started!!) are smaller than what I’d like to see in the tank, the dimensions are 4′ x 18” x 13”. Also, I know that I have the fish and plants to consider so, I know that it will have to be something I design and build myself. I’m most worried about the Lego’s coming apart and floating in the tank and choking the fish that’ll be living in there. So, any tips or tricks would be helpful. I’d also love a buncha “Hey, you know what would be cool….” comments. Thanks a million!!

    • admin September 4, 2013, 12:17 PM

      Hm… that’s an interesting idea. I know there have been others who have built castles or other landscapes inside fish-tanks, so it can be done. As far as LEGO falling aparts and choking your fish, I don’t think that will happen. The clutch-power of LEGO is very strong. However you might want to stay away from using very small parts that could perhaps be knocked off while you are cleaning the aquarium.

      If you do a google image search for LEGO aquarium, you will actually see some really nice models that should give you good ideas and inspiration. I would maybe build something smaller first, like maybe a castle outpost or watch-tower to see how it looks and holds up under water, and if you run into any challenges. One of the things to keep in mind is that LEGO floats. So you would need to consider using a larger baseplate, and probably partially hide it under the sand to keep the whole construction at the bottom of the tank.

      Actually, now that I think about it, official LEGO sets could be perfect for a fish-tank because of their airy and open design; the fish can go in and out – which should be fun to see. You can consider the current LEGO castle sets, or maybe even some of the sets from underwater LEGO themes like Atlantis, which has a really nice underwater palace.

      Would love to see how your idea develops, so keep us posted. 🙂

    • Chi-bacca September 4, 2013, 3:11 PM

      Wow that’s a good idea! 😀
      As admin said the Atlantis theme had some good stuff that would work well like the city of Atlantis and the gateway with the squid in it I own majority of the first wave of this theme as I won them in a competition and each one is a great set. Another thing to consider is the plant colour and fish colour as you don’t want the LEGO to blend in with the surroundings. Oh and I just thought of this- how about you buy a pirate ship (preferably brick built hull) and mak a shipwreck. I think they did something like this in the aqua raiders theme so that could be worth checking out. Hope this helped 😀

      • admin September 4, 2013, 3:13 PM

        What an excellent idea with the ship-wreck! I would love to see that! 😀

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