How’s your wallet after the 1st of October new set onslaught? Now there’s even more tantalising offers to help part with your hard-earned money.
In a surprising move, the new LEGO Bricktober 2021 Fairy Tale collection, featuring these lovely micro vignettes of classic fairy tales on brick-built books are now available in Australia from either the network of LEGO Certified Stores or the Melbourne Legoland Discovery Centre.
Update: Looks like it’s also available at Myer as well!
The four sets will be available throughout the month of October in Australia, and will be free with spends of $100 or more, while stocks last.
Here is the complete schedule:
- 6384696 Hansel and Gretel – 2-8 October
- 6384695 Jack and the Beanstalk – 9-15 October
- 6384693 Little Red Riding Hood – 16 – 22 October
- Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland – 23 – 29 October
Here’s a closer look at each different vignette.
In addition to the sets, you’ll also get these charming illustrated fold-out story books, presumably with stories of each fairy tale, which are a great accompaniment to encourage younger builders to read and immerse themselves in these tales.
That said, don’t get TOO excited by the packaging. These started trickling out in Asia a few days ago, and they just come in simple plastic bags, so they’re not going to be really collectible, if you’re the type of person who prefers to keep their promotional sets sealed in their boxes.
Additionally, the 2020 Bricktober Fun Fair collection is also available in certain Toyworld, with the Ferris Wheel available in September, Roller Coaster in October, Carousel in November and Swing Ride in December, with spends of $100 or more on LEGO sets.
Check your local to see if they have these in stock!
It’s unknown if these promotional sets will be available in the UK, Europe or North America, but if you’re in Canada, The Brick Fan is reporting that the Fun Fair collection is being made available in Toys R Us.
If you’re planning your purchase, be sure to check out my 1 October Release Guide for some ideas!
It might also be a good time to get your Advent Calendars ready – the Star Wars Advent Calendar is already sold out from the Australian Online Shop.
Let me know in the comments if you’re planning to pick these promotional sets up!
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