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September Offer From LEGO Online

The September offer from the Australian online LEGO store is now active, and it’s a bit better than last months.

Spend $45 or more and receive a free 30422 Kai’s Mini Dragon set.

30422-dragon-gwp_723x370_Mainstage_ENHere are the terms from the website: LEGO® Kai’s Mini Dragon (30422) is valid for orders online at shop.LEGO.com, in LEGO Stores and LEGO Catalogue telephone orders from 1st September 2016 until 22nd September 2016, or while stocks last. Qualifying purchase must be equal to or greater than $45 in LEGO merchandise only. One LEGO Kai’s Mini Dragon (30422) per household. Cannot be applied to previous purchases or combined with any other discount, offer or free gift. It cannot be exchanged or substituted for any other item or cash value. It is not available for purchase. Offer is not valid at LEGOLAND® Parks or LEGOLAND® Discovery Centres. The LEGO Group reserves the right to cancel or modify this promotion at any time without prior notice.

On Sale: Introductory Offer On Selected Sets At Target

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It seems that Target have some strange thoughts on the building skill of babies. Buried away towards the back of their “Everything You Need For Baby” catalogue are some introductory offers for new 2016 LEGO Sets.

There are 5 new City sets and 2 new Ninjago sets included in the introductory offer.

This sale runs from today (January 28th 2016) through until Wednesday 10th February.

You can check out the catalogue here or see the details of the included sets below.

Set #
Set Name
Full RRP
Full RRP Discount
Discount %
60108Fire Response UnitCity$49.00$59.99$10.9918%
60118Garbage TruckCity$24.00$29.99$5.9920%
60107Fire Ladder TruckCity$24.00$29.99$5.9920%
60116Ambulance PlaneCity$24.00$29.99$5.9920%
60128Police PursuitCity$24.00$29.99$5.9920%
70601Sky SharkNinjago$29.00$34.99$5.9917%
70603Raid ZeppelinNinjago$39.00$49.99$10.9922%

LEGO Dimensions Wave 3 Details

Dimensions Wave 3

LEGO Dimensions has been out for a little while now and it’s possible that things are getting a bit stale for some people. Luckily the third wave of LEGO Dimensions products are hitting Australian stores tomorrow (January 20th 2016).

We’ve included a breakdown of the prices for each item in the new wave. Pricing is based on the existing range from each retailer (except Big W and EB who have these new items listed).

Note: The included instruction links are automatically generated and may not be active yet.

Set #
Big W
JB Hifi
EB Games
Instruction Link
71228Level PackGhostbusters$49.99$38.00$38.00$49.00$49.00$49.95Link
71229Team PackJoker & Harley Quinn$39.99$30.00$30.00$39.00$39.00$39.95Link
71230Fun PackDoc Brown$24.99$20.00$20.00$24.00$24.00$24.95Link
71234Fun PackSensei Wu$24.99$20.00$20.00$24.00$24.00$24.95Link
71238Fun PackCyberman$24.99$20.00$20.00$24.00$24.00$24.95Link

You can check out some images and details of each of the new items below.

Ninjago Make & Take Event At Myer

If you are a Myer One member chances are you received an email from Myer yesterday. Unfortunately the extra 10% offer mentioned excludes LEGO but a little further down there are details of an event that should make little LEGO fans happy.

On Saturday October 24th Myer will be holding a Ninjago Make & Take event.

Myer Ninjago Make and Take

Places are limited and the event is only running at the following Myer stores: Melbourne, Sydney, Macquarie, Southland, Perth, Morley, Adelaide, Tea Tree Plaza, Brisbane, Carindale and Hobart.

You can register for the event here.

On Sale: Selected Sets, Ninjago And Duplo On Sale At Target

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It looks like we were wrong earlier about Target not having a sale for the School Holidays. Thanks to Susan on Facebook we have learned that the Target catalogue is now up on the website.

We’ve quickly gone through the deals and compiled a list of the sets below.

This sale runs from Thursday September 17th through until Sunday October 4th.

The catalogue features the Ultra Agents and LEGO Movie sets which were already on sale online, plus some Friends and Elves sets. There is also 20% off Ninjago and Duplo.

You can check out the Target catalogue here and see our listing of the included sets below.

70751 Temple Of Airjitzu Now Available For VIPs

Have you been waiting for the very impressive looking 70751 Temple of Airjitzu? Well if you are a LEGO VIP customer your wait is over; the set is now available via the online store.

You will need to be logged in to your VIP account to purchase the set for the Australian RRP of $299.99. You will also receive the Ninjago promotion with your order.

Featuring 12 minifigures and 2028 pieces the Temple of Airjitzu is the biggest Ninjago set ever released. With some fantastic design elements this set is probably going to be popular even with people who aren’t fans of Ninjago.

70751 Temple of Airjitzu AvailableVia http://shop.lego.com/en-AU/Temple-of-Airjitzu-70751


New LEGO Online Offer Now Available

we knew the Winter Soldier promotion was only lasting half of August but up until today we didn’t know if that was the only August offer we were going to get. Thankfully there is a new offer starting today that runs until September 20th.

Free Kai Drifter With Orders Over $45

August Ninjago Offer

Here are the terms from the website; The Kai Drifter (30293) offer is valid for orders at LEGO.com/shop and telephone orders from 16 August to 20 September 2015, or while stocks last. Qualifying purchase must be equal to or greater than $45 in merchandise only. One Kai Drifter (30293) per household.

Via http://shop.lego.com/en-AU/LEGO-Free-Gift

Book Review: Ninjago – Build Your Own Adventure

Ninjago Cover Small

RRP $39.99
Available from most retailers

The Book

The Ninjago Build Your Own Adventure book is a new entry from DK books. Unlike older books that featured a selection of bricks, this title features a single set (and minifigure) with the book serving as inspiration for future building.

I suspect that there is going to be a mixed response to the format – some young LEGO fans might find it frustrating that they can’t build everything that they see in the book. It’s important to go into the book knowing what it is.

The book opens with the instructions for the included set. I liked that this is the opening of the book rather than stuck at the back as an add-on.

Once your model is built, you are greeted with a few pages of introduction. There are profiles of the Ninjago characters, and nice explanation of how the book works.

Ninjago Page Feature01

I really liked the included pages that explain the different types of parts that LEGO produce. It’s a great visual introduction to things like the difference between plates and tiles.

Australian Price For 70751 Temple of Airjitzu

Bricking Around has compiled a database of all the 2015 LEGO sets, and we use that to regularly check for prices for new sets. While doing one of our regular checks we spotted something new – the official Australian price for 70751 Temple of Airjitzu.

This impressive Ninjago set will cost Australian LEGO fans $299.99 when it becomes available in September (August for VIPs).

70751 Temple of Airjitzu Australian Price

This price is exactly what we predicted when the set was first unveiled.

What do you think of the price? Hopefully this set will make it to an Australian retailer and we can score it for 20% off.

Via http://shop.lego.com/en-AU/Temple-of-Airjitzu-70751

70751 Temple of Airjitzu Officially Announced

Since it’s launch Ninjago has proven to be a popular theme with the target audience. When the theme (and related cartoon) was set to end in 2013, there was a huge outcry from fans that saw a reboot in 2014.

The sets have always had limited appeal to the adult LEGO community but that may just change with this new set – introducing 70751 Temple of Airjitzu.

70751 Temple of Airjitzu 01

The Temple of Airjitzu features an impressive 12 minifigures to go along with the beautifully designed buildings. This is definitely the largest and most detailed Ninjago set to date.

With a US RRP of $199.99 this set will probably cost at least $299.99 in Australia. The US$199.99 set 60052 Cargo Train costs Australians $299.99, so that seems to be a reasonable estimate. As soon as we have an official Australian RRP we will be sure to share it.

The set should be available online to VIPs mid-August and everyone else 1st September.

Check out the press release, designer video and gallery of larger images below.