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LEGO November 2021 new release guide!

It’s the 1st of November, and with each new month, there’s plenty of new LEGO sets now available to purchase on LEGO.com!

Don’t be distracted by the low number of sets – the price tags more than make up for this relatively small release window.

Here’s a quick rundown of all the new LEGO sets being released today!

*regional release timings apply

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10294 Titanic (9,090 pieces)

Arguably the BIGGEST LEGO set ever (not by piece count, but whatever – the 10294 Titanic is a monstrous achievement of epic proportions, and THE set to get if you’re after a highly accurate rendition of one of the most famous ships of all time.

The LEGO Titanic goes on pre-order on 1 November on LEGO.com, to be shipped (heh) on 8 November 2021. Sets at this scale and complexity are undoubtedly expensive, but I wouldn’t be surprised if it sells out immediately as people flock to the 1.3m LEGO model.

For context, pre-orders on the Australian LEGO.com site have closed, just 4 hours after going live, and also in the UK.

Definitely one for the history books.

To see more of the Titanic, check out the announcement post

See below for regional pricing and links:

21330 Home Alone (3,955 pieces)

For the hardcore Home Alone fan, you’ll want to get your hands on the final LEGO Ideas set of 2021 – 21330 Home Alone.

This 3,955-piece set is the ultimate Home Alone experience in LEGO form, and is available right now from LEGO.com, and is a large, satisfying build that will surely get you in the mood for Christmas, or defending your home against robbers.

This will also be a super popular set, and you won’t want to miss out on it, especially if you want to experience it in time for Christmas.

Read my LEGO Home Alone set review to see what I thought of the set.

See below for regional pricing and links:

76240 Batmobile Tumbler (2049 pieces)

For those that missed out on the original UCS Batman Tumbler, LEGO have re-issued Christopher Nolan’s iconic Tumbler, with a few design updates to the model, as well as the minifigures.

Read my review of the 76240 Batmobile Tumbler to see what I thought of the set!

It’s currently sold out on LEGO.com in the US, but still available from Amazon US or Zavvi internationally.

Regional pricing & links:

Read my review of the 76240 Batmobile Tumbler to see what I thought of the set!

21226 Art Project (4,138 pieces)

For fans of LEGO Art, or mosaics, 21226 LEGO Art Project – Create Together is a great way to express your creativity. Essentially a design-it-your-self art set, you get 4138 pieces of round tiles to do whatever you want – follow patterns or dream up your own designs.

One of the big drawcards is the included instructions to make your very own Classic White Astronaut portrait, which will appeal to fans of LEGO Classic Space. If you’re scratching your head for something to get for an adult LEGO fan in your life, this set would be a great one!

21226 LEGO Art Project – Create Together is now available in Australia and Europe from LEGO.com right now, but in North America (US & Canada), the set is available for pre-order, to be shipped from 4 December 2021

See below for regional pricing and links:

The Batman Sets

If you’re lucky enough to live in North America, you can now order The Batman (2021) sets ahead of the rest of the world, who’ll be getting these on 1 January 2021.

LEGO Vidiyo Bandmates Series 2

If you’re in the US or UK, you finally get access to Vidiyo Bandmates Series 2, the dying breath of the mothballed Vidiyo theme. These sold out immediately in Australia, so I’m guessing stock numbers will be quite low.

As they come in boxes, and there is no current way to purchase a full sealed box from LEGO.com, it’s a completely blind bag experience, so good luck!

Watch me unbox my order of 20 random Vidiyo Bandmates on my Youtube channel! If all goes well, I hope to prepare a review of this on the blog soon if I can find the time!

Active and Upcoming Promos

There are several promotions and gift with purchases running throughout November which include:

  • 5006890 Rebuildable Flying Car 3-in-1 (October – 7 November) – while stocks last
  • 40452 Hogwarts Gryffindor Dorms (25 Oct – November) – spend AU$199.99 / £100 / €100 on LEGO Harry Potter sets
  • 40488 Coffee Cart (8 – 14 November) – spend US$65 or more

On 15 November, LEGO will reveal their Black Friday and Cyber Monday 2021 deals

From 20 – 21 November, there’ll be a special LEGO VIP weekend

And on 26 – 29 November, it’ll be Black Friday and Cyber Monday.

Hopefully this will help you plan your November and Christmas LEGO purchases! There’s also heavy rumours that we’ll get a UCS AT-AT somewhere in November, but I haven’t received any information that I can share yet… so it’s likely LEGO are keeping this launch pretty close to their chest.


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3 responses to “LEGO November 2021 new release guide!”

  1. Michael L says:

    Well in typical LEGO fashion I got up early (Mountain Time) and the per-order is already done. I’m guessing I’ll have the same luck on November 8th. I cashed out my points to early for a $100 in reward points. Not holding out for the re-release of LEGO coins that I thought might happen too.

  2. Kevin says:

    Titanic is a ‘must buy’ for me but in an uncharacteristic bout of self-control I’m gonna hold off for a while and see what comes around for the special VIP weekend. My Star Wars VIP card has been gathering dust (remember those Lego?) so a UCS AT-AT may assuage the card’s loneliness somewhat.

  3. gregory ferko says:

    Oh I want that Home Alone set. As a fan of the 2 movies having the house would be a cool piece in my budding collection. The Batmobile would also be a cool set piece for my budding Batmobile pieces from different series and would look good next too the bigger Tumbler I’ll be getting.

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