10269 Harley-Davidson Fat Boy Now Available For VIPs

If you have a LEGO VIP account and a desire to buy yourself a LEGO Harley-Davidson then today is your lucky day.

This gorgeous Creator Expert is now available for VIPs.


You can get yours here.

Amazon Prime Day Is Tomorrow

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At midnight tonight Amazon Prime Day officially kicks off. I don’t know if there will be any LEGO related offers included in the event but good deals usually go quickly.

Consider this a friendly reminder to set aside some time to check Amazon.

If you see an awesome deal during the day feel free to share it in the comments.

Your best bet is probably to head to the Amazon home page and then follow the Amazon Prime Day links.

Of course you’ll need to have an Amazon Prime account to access Amazon Prime Day offers.

Bricking Around is an Amazon Affiliate.

Free Shipping At LEGO Online

Is there a LEGO exclusive item, maybe something small, that you have had your eye on for a while? Well now may just be the time to grab it with LEGO offering free shipping on all orders.

That’s right – until July 16th you can get free standard shipping on all orders. You want some LEGO Cookie cutters but don’t want to pay for shipping? Go for it.


You can check out the terms of the offer here.

LEGO Announces 10269 Harley-Davidson Fat Boy

Classic car fans got a treat with the Mustang, now here’s one for motorcycle enthusiasts.

Announcing 10269 Harley-Davidson Fat Boy


This Creator Expert set features 1023 pieces and will cost $159.99 here in Australia. Official launch is just over a week away on July 17th.

Read on for more images and the official press release.

On Sale: 15% Off At Myer, Extra 20% Off Via eBay



Myer has a new sale with 15% Off Creator Expert. Which isn’t too bad.

The real kicker is that you can get an extra 10% 20% off if you go via their eBay store. Enter the code PRETZELPMYMY at checkout to get your extra discount. The code ends today July 15th so get in quick.

View the Myer eBay LEGO range here.

How good does a Corner Garage for under $230 sound?

If you’d rather go via Myer directly you can find the 15% off items here.

Avengers Tower Promotion Back Online

If you missed this awesome promotion last time it was on then you may want to go check out the online LEGO store now.


Spend over $129 on Disney sets which includes LEGO Disney™/DUPLO® Disney/DUPLO® Disney Princess/DUPLO® Marvel Super Heroes/DUPLO® Toy Story/DUPLO® Cars/Juniors Disney/Toy Story 4/Juniors Marvel Super Heroes/Disney Princess/Star Wars™/Marvel Super Heroes/Disney Series 2 Minifigures sets/Disney Brickheadz; and selected Ideas set/extended line. Seriously there isn’t much that Disney doesn’t own.

The offer is set to run until July 31st but may not last that long.

You can find the details here.

Thanks to Kieran and Robert for the heads up.

On Sale: Selected Sets Reduced At Big W

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Big W’s toy sale kicked off a little while ago but they have a new catalogue out with some extra offers.

It’s a pretty short list but the prices are certainly eye-catching on some of these.

A nearly half price Millennium Falcon is a great buy – just a shame it’s the Solo version*.

You can check out the catalogue for yourself here, or view the sets below. These offers end July 17th.

Set #
RRP Disc
Disc %
21142The Polar IglooMinecraft$24.00$49.99$25.9952%
60208Sky Police Parachute ArrestCity$35.00$49.99$14.9930%
60193Arctic Air TransportCity$35.00$49.99$14.9930%
75956Quidditch MatchWizarding World$35.00$49.99$14.9930%
76134Spider-Man: Doc Ock Diamond HeistMarvel Super Heroes$35.00$49.99$14.9930%
41366Olivia's Cupcake CaféFriends$35.00$49.99$14.9930%
21143The Nether PortalMinecraft$39.00$69.99$30.9944%
75212Kessel Run Millennium FalconStar Wars$149.00$269.99$120.9945%

Thanks to everybody who let me know about this.

*Solo was a great movie, but it’s no UCS Falcon is it?

On Sale: 20% Off Selected eBay Listings

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eBay has rolled out a new code for 20% off toys. The catch is that it only applies to a handful of selected sellers.

There is of course still LEGO on sale, so it’s worth a look.

As always with these sort of sales be aware of price jacking and make sure that the 20% off price you get is a good deal.

To get your discount enter PLUTO at checkout. The offer ends July 8th and can only be used for 5 transactions (maximum of 10 items per transaction). Maximum discount is $300 per transaction.

View the included items here.

Thanks to everybody who emailed me about this.

Double VIP Points, Free Pelican & Sales Now Live On LEGO’s Online Store

What better way to start the new financial year than by spending money? Perhaps that is what LEGO is going for with this collection of offers.

Double VIP


From today (July 1st) until July 7th get Double VIP points on all purchases.

Free Pelican


Spend over $99 and get this great looking Pelican. The set is a Creator 3-in-1 model so you’ll alternatively be able to build it as a bunny or bird. This offer ends on July 14th or while stocks last. You can view the terms of this offer here.

LEGO On Sale


The online LEGO store isn’t known for it’s amazing and frequent sales, but they do actually have a few sets on sale at the moment. You can check out the full range here but the standout is probably Welcome to Apocalypseburg! for 20% off. With the added bonus of double VIP points it’s a good deal.

LEGO Buys Back LEGOLAND, Kind Of

An interesting development occoured over the weekend with news that LEGO was buying back LEGOLAND.

What’s going on? Well a consortium on investment companies is buying Merlin Entertainments PLC – the company that currently owns and operates LEGOLAND and LEGOLAND Discovery Centre attractions around the world.

That may not sound like it involves LEGO but one part of the “consortium” is KIRKBI Invest A/S, which is a wholly-owned subsidiary of KIRKBI A/S, the ultimate owner of the LEGO brand.


It’s all very confusing if you aren’t a corporate lawyer and what impact this will have on the parks is still a lot of guesswork. I think it’s a fair assumption to make that LEGO wouldn’t be getting involved in a deal for LEGOLAND if they weren’t interested in having a say over the direction of the parks.

The other parties in the consortium don’t seem like they’d have a lot of interest in the day to day stuff of LEGOLAND. They comprise of Blackstone and Canada Pension Plan Investment Board.

Obviously the Merlin Entertainment PLC company owns more than just the LEGOLAND attractions. Merlin operates over 130 attractions, 19 hotels and seven holiday villages in 25 countries and across four continents. LEGO now kind of owns the Sydney Aquarium for example.

I think this is one that we will all need to watch closely.