A couple more LEGO 2015 polybag set images have recently turned up. A Winter Soldier minifigure has found it’s way into the hands of Eurobricks forum member, tkkim79. The minifigure looks to be a mix of the comic and movie version of the character. The packaging is the promotional minifigure polybag style so it will probably be given away at some future promotion.
LEGO Shop will be having another double VIP points event on Sunday, December 21st. It seems like a good way for LEGO to clear their old stock. After the last event, many older sets have gone out of print.
This is also the first time any discounts are available on the new 2015 lineup for LEGO City, LEGO Creator & LEGO Technic. LEGO Minecraft minifigure scale sets are worth considering since they’re getting harder to find and online only.
LEGO Shop will be having Double VIP points again! It’s coming back for a single day on Sunday, December 14th. It’s essentially getting $5 back for every $50 spent. The promotion will be in effect online and in-store at LEGO Retail Stores.
Both of these sets look to be discontinued after this sale so this is your final chance to get them on sale. $96 is a great price LEGO Kingdom Joust (10223) since it’s been rarely discounted over the past year. You can also combine 2 LEGO Kingdom Joust (10223) to make a bigger castle.
All sets discounted during Black Friday are still on sale. Check out the entire list here.
You can get a free LEGO Creator Flower Cart (40140) with a $75 purchase that complements the upcoming LEGO Creator Detective’s Office (10246). For Star Wars Rebels fans, there’s a mini LEGO Star Wars AT-DP (30274) promotion. For girls, there’s a nice LEGO Friends Mini Golf Set (30203) promotion.
Free exclusive LEGO Creator Flower Cart (40140) with purchase of $75 or more from January 1-31.
Free LEGO Star Wars AT-DP (30274) with any LEGO Star Wars purchase from January 1-31.
Free LEGO Friends Mini Golf Set (30203) with any LEGO Friends purchase from January 1-31.
On January 6th, the free Monthly Mini Model Build is an alien and space dog.
Information for LEGO Shop Black Friday 2014 deals is finally available. For most of these sets, this will be probably be the final discounts before they go out of print.
These discounts will be available online at LEGO Shop and in store at LEGO Retail Stores from November 28th until December 1st. The deals should be available online tonight starting around 9PM PST/12AM EST. All promotions can be stacked together.
Target is having a promotion for the previously hard to find LEGO Creator Snowman (30197) polybag. Just make a $25 LEGO purchase at the store and you will get the set for free! The set should be located in either the seasonal section, the toy section or at customer service. If you just want to purchase the snowman, it’ll be available for $3.99 on 11/30 but may be available sooner.
If you’re a LEGO Shop VIP member, there’s several promotions that are good from now until the end of Saturday. They are double VIP points, early access to LEGO Creator Winter Skating Scene (40107) and free shipping on all online orders. These offers are good for Saturday, November 22nd, but some may return for Black Friday.
If you stop by the store on Saturday, you can also get a wall calendar with a purchase of $75 or more. The wall calendar will have coupons redeemable in 2015 for hard to find minifigures like Lego Store Employee (5001622) & Hoth Han (5001621).
November 22nd Promotions
Double VIP points on every purchase
Free shipping on all online orders
Free exclusive LEGO Creator Winter Skating Scene (40107) with purchase of $99 or more
Free exclusive 2015 LEGO Wall Calendar with purchase of $75 or more (In-store only)
LEGO Creator Detective’s Office (10246) is the newest edition to the modular buildings line. The building consists of a pool hall, barbershop, detective’s office, bathroom, kitchen, water tower. This 2,262 piece set will retail for $159.99 and be available on January 2015.
There’s actually a storyline that goes with this set. The other residents in the building are involved with cookie smuggling during the prohibition era. It’s up to the detective to figure out who is behind the cookie production.