It’s going to be July in 2 days, and it’s going to be a relatively quiet release month so this month’s release guide is going to be a relatively quick one!
The next big release window is August when all the awesome new LEGO sets announced at LEGO CON 2022, new Speed Champions and new Star Wars sets will all become available, so August will hit your wallets hard – so I kinda appreciate the respite of having a relatively quiet month.
The most anticipated release is 10303 Loop Coaster, and 21334 Jazz Quartet which is actually available now for VIP members ahead of the 1 July general release.
Here are all the big releases locked in for release in July!
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10303 Roller Coaster
The high profile release in July 2022 is 10303 Loop Coaster, which has a general release date of 5 July, but LEGO VIPs will get early access from 1 July 2022. It’s free to sign up for and register, so be sure you’re logged into your VIP account if you’re planning to Day 1 it.
Here’s the product pages, and regional pricing below.
- 10303 Loop Coaster [US] – US$399.99
- 10303 Loop Coaster [AUS] – AU$599.99
- 10303 Loop Coaster [UK] – £344.99
- 10303 Loop Coaster [EU] – €399.99
- 10303 Loop Coaster [CA] – CAD$499.99
21334 Jazz Quartet
Up next is not technically a 1 July release, but it became available on 28 June 2022. If this is on your radar, I’d pick it up before 30 June 2022 as you’ll get Double VIP points on it.
- 21334 Jazz Quartet [US] – US$99.99
- 21334 Jazz Quartet [AUS] – AU$169.99
- 21334 Jazz Quartet [UK] – £89.99
- 21334 Jazz Quartet [EU] – €99.99
- 21334 Jazz Quartet [CA] – CAD$129.99
For those of us in Australia, 31206 The Rolling Stones will be available on 1 July 2022, retailing for AU$229.99. These were available in the UK and Europe in June, but the US will have to wait till August to get this.
And for those in the US, 11022 Space Mission, a space-themed LEGO Classic set will also become available after being released in June in Europe, UK and Australia.
And that’s it! Remember that August will be the big release window, so be sure to save up for it.
Are you planning on picking up the Loop Coaster or Jazz Quartet? Let me know in the comments!
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Judi Akiyoshi says
I ordered the Loop Coaster today using my VIP points to soften the blow, but I am trying to find where I can order the PowerUp to upgrade it. Do you have the price of what it will take to do this, and where I can buy one? I don’t see it on the Lego website to order.
Hey Judi, you can check out a selection of motors, battery boxes and/or hubs here: https://www.lego.com/en-us/themes/powered-up
Chee Jen Khin says
I love this for more lego
Does the roller coaster actually work or is it static? I know it might be a silly Q but the blue cars on the loop look to me like they are stuck on. If it’s not a working model then AU$600 is an outrageous price.
It works! There’s a video on the product page. Still quite pricey, though.
I think you need to purchase the Powered Up motor separately.
Yes it does! I’ve just published my review, but here’s a video of it in action: https://www.youtube.com/shorts/-1LZYdkv10Y