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LEGO BrickLink Designer Program Pre-Order Today!

The time has finally come! Crowdfunding for BrickLink Designer Program Series 1 begins today! Mark your calendar. Set your alarm. You can pre-order your favorites starting today, February 7th at 8am Pacific / 4pm UTC. Pre-orders are taken on a first-come basis.

How to Pre-Order

To pre-order a set, visit the BrickLink Designer Program Series 1 site, find your desired set, and click the “Pre-order on LEGO.com” button. You will be prompted to sign into your BrickLink account if you’re not signed in already. Once you’re signed in, you will be redirected to a LEGO.com cart checkout page. You can either check out or return to the BDP site to add more sets to your cart.

Crowdfunding Quick Facts

    1. All designs that reach the 3,000 pre-order minimum threshold will be considered crowdfunded, and produced as BDP Sets.
    2. There is a limit of two copies of each set per household.
    3. Sets are produced in a limited production run of up to 30,000 copies based on pre-orders received.

Series 1 Sets

There are five sets in Series 1 of the BrickLink Designer Program. The first one (in no particular order) is the LEGO Mountain Fortress by LEGO fan SleeplessNight comes with 4,000 pieces. The building is foldable and contains removable sections to allow for easy access to all parts of the interior. Model dimensions (closed): 45.9 cm / 18.1 in wide, 39 cm / 15.4 in long, 59 cm / 23.2 in high. Model dimensions (opened): 49.2 cm / 19.4 in wide, 63.1 cm / 24.8 in long, 59 cm / 23.2 in high. Price: $379.99.

The LEGO Parisian Street by NicolasCarlier consists of 3,532 pieces and includes 7 minifigures, as well as 16 stickers to decorate the model. The model showcases Haussmann-style facades of varying heights and floor sizes and also features small interior scenes. Model dimensions: 19.1 cm / 7.5 in wide, 51.3 cm / 20.2 in long, 33.6 cm / 13.2 in high. Price: $319.99.

The LEGO The Old Train Engine Shed by Mind_the_Brick comes with 2,331 pieces and 6 minifigures. The shed can accommodate a train engine up to 37 studs long, whilst its wagon can pull up at the front tracks. Model dimensions: 27 cm / 10.6 in wide, 52.9 cm / 20.8 in long, 22.9 cm / 9 in high. Price: $229.99.

The LEGO General Store – Wild West by llucky comes with 1,906 pieces, 5 minifigures, and 2 horses. Model dimensions: 36.5 cm / 14.4 in wide, 30.9 cm / 12.2 in long, 19.5 cm / 7.7 in high. Price: $159.99.

The LEGO The Snack Shack by Skeletuhr comes with 539 pieces and 2 minifigures. The model is inspired by food trucks and classic travel trailers and features a fully equipped snack bar with a detailed interior. Model dimensions: 18.2 cm / 7.2 in wide, 20 cm / 7.9 in long, 14.6 cm / 5.7 in high. Price: $49.99.

For detailed answers to your other questions, check out the BrickLink Designer Program FAQ, and you’re welcome to discuss further in the comment section below.

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  • Sith015 February 7, 2024, 9:02 AM

    OMG! That castle is so tempting! Thanks for including the reviews, by the way.

  • Jeff213 February 7, 2024, 11:52 AM

    That guy makes the falcon castle very tempting… 😁

  • Okosh February 7, 2024, 9:31 PM

    Oh, man, the castle is already sold out! And the snack bar too! And the rest are also fully funded. Wow. That was quick. I feel bad that I missed out on the castle. 🙁

    • Pepper February 7, 2024, 9:46 PM

      Wow! Already sold out?!

  • Ray February 8, 2024, 8:07 AM

    Nice to see they are no longer putting a limit on things to where the other sets get dumped after X number of sets get funded. Nothing there for me this time around, but at least that was one less for me to worry about.

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