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Retail Release Schedule For The First Half of 2019


It’s become somewhat of a New Years tradition that I spend ages hunting down the newest retail catalogue so that I can share with you all of the details on what sets are released when.

Well here it is – the release schedule for the first half of 2019. These are all the sets coming to general retail.

Firstly there are a few observations from the catalogue…

The LEGO Movie 2 sets coming in March

Yes, they are available online now but the retail release is delayed just like the film itself. You won’t be seeing any of the sets in-store until at the very least late February.

No Benny?!

Benny’s Space Squad is probably one of the most highly anticipated sets of 2019, and it’s nowhere to be seen in the catalogue. This means that it’s going to be some sort of retailer exclusive. Unfortunately I probably won’t be able to find out who that set is going to until February.

First look at The LEGO Movie 2 Minifigure series


This new Minifigure Series looks great and will be available to buy from February. There certainly doesn’t appear to be any sort of chase figure in this series which is great. I love the classic Wizard of Oz characters.

No Overwatch

A few people have been asking about the retail release of the Overwatch sets and they are nowhere to be seen in the catalogue. This may mean they are a retailer exclusive but I haven’t heard anything about that at this stage.

Star Wars 20th Anniversary sets coming soon


No pictures yet, but a tease for new sets coming in April to celebrate the 20th anniversary of LEGO Star Wars

You’ll find the full release schedule information below.

On Sale: Selected Sets Reduced At Target

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While Target has a few sets on clearance the catalogue released today features some discounts on some newer sets that might be worth checking out.

This catalogue sale starts today (February 15th) and runs until February 21st.

You can view the catalogue for yourself here, or see the list of sets below. I have also included in the list Boost and Assault on Hoth. Both are listed as being on sale on the Target homepage but aren’t actually in the catalogue.

Also note in the list that there are several sets marked with ^. These sets are ones where the Target sale price is still slightly higher than the regular price available elsewhere. I’ve included a list of those better prices at the end of the article.

On Sale: Various Offers From Myer

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Myer has a new catalogue out with a few included LEGO sets, it’s not the most extensive list but it’s also not the only offer they have.

The highlight of the catalogue for many people is likely to be the Saturn V for $149.95. This is already sold out online but you may be able to find one in-store.

You can view the catalogue for yourself here, or see the list of sets below. Note that the Advent calendars are available much cheaper from Big W at the moment. The catalogue offers run until Sunday November 26th.

If nothing in the catalogue catches your eye then Myer are also offering 20% off when you buy 2 or more toys. This Offer available until 11:59pm AEDT November 5th 2017.

I have heard that the anniversary codes are not working with the 20% off 2 or more sale, but are working for the catalogue items. They are worth trying anyway. The codes are ANNIVERSARY10 for $10 off when you spend $60 or more, ANNIVERSARY15 for $15 off when you spend $80 or more and ANNIVERSARY20 for $20 off when you spend $100 or more.

You can view the full Myer LEGO range here.

Release Schedule For Second Half of 2017

2HY 2017 Catalogue Cover

Over the weekend the LEGO Catalogue app on my phone was updated to feature the new catalogue for the second half of the year. Unfortunately I haven’t been able to find a PDF version online but I have gone through page by page to compile a list of all the release details.

I have also included the June stuff, even though it should already be in stores. While some of the City sets showed up for the Toy Sales, the full range should be released this month, along with the coast guard sets. The new LEGO Batman Movie sets should also be appearing soon.

The only hint of The Last Jedi sets is a page saying they will be revealed in September. There are also details of the three Justice League sets coming out in August.

If there is a set not in the list below that likely means that it is a store exclusive or not coming to Australian retail. The catalogue is for the general release sets.

You can view the full list of 90 sets below. The list is searchable and sortable if there is a particular set that you are looking for.

Release Schedule For Second Half Of 2015

LEGO Catalogue 2nd Half 2015

With all of the sales taking place at the moment we almost forgot to post this exciting news – The LEGO retail catalogue for the second half of 2015 is now available online and via the LEGO Catalogue app.

The catalogue features the release details for all of the sets that will be broadly available at retail stores. As usual it does not include sets exclusive to a single retailer or LEGO online exclusives. There is still plenty to check out though.

Below is a table of all the new sets in the catalogue. It is sortable by month, theme or set number. You can also search for a particular set. Hopefully this will make it easy to find out when the sets you want will be released.

LEGO’s First Half 2015 Catalogue Now Available Via App

LEGO Catalogue App Icon

After being leaked online recently, the LEGO retailer catalogue for the first half of 2015 is now available via an app for both iOS and Android devices.

The app features the Australian version of the catalogue, which does differ slightly to the leaked German version. We will post an updated release schedule as soon as possible.

For those of you who have received a paper version of the Australian catalogue – the app allows you to check out 3D models of the new sets just by pointing your device at the physical catalogue. It’s a great way to check out the sets in more detail.

You can download the app via the links below:

Thanks to the awesome TanTile for first sharing news about the app