Fantastic news for LEGO Pick a Brick tragics (that’s me!), and element aficionados – after a hiatus to catch up on a backlog of orders, LEGO’s online Pick a Brick service is now back to normal capacity, with LEGO now accepting orders for “Standard” elements.
Excitingly, the Pick a Brick online service is also starting to fill up with new elements from August/September 2022 releases BUT not everything is in stock, so hopefully these will restock soon as there are some really interesting elements on sale.
You can check out all the newest Pick a Brick elements below
- New Pick a Brick Elements [US]
- New Pick a Brick Elements [AUS]
- New Pick a Brick Elements [UK]
- New Pick a Brick Elements [EU]
- New Pick a Brick Elements [CA]
For those new to LEGO or this service, Pick a Brick online allows you to order most* individual elements directly from LEGO. There are 2 types of orders: Bestsellers, which are more common and ship out quicker from dedicated warehouses worldwide, and Standard, which typically take a few weeks to arrive as they ship out from Billund, Denmark. This service used to be called Bricks and Pieces.
*excludes licensed elements like Star Wars/Marvel and also rarer elements
Interestingly, the selection in the United States is much larger than Australia and even Europe as there are more elements listed available, which is slightly disappointing, but maybe the rollout is still ongoing.
I really want to order more horse barding and hopefully torsos from 10305 Lion Knights’ Castle, so fingers crossed they become available in Australia.
Also, the diverse minifigure heads from 21337 Table Football are also loaded up to the Pick a Brick US website, which means more non-yellow minifigure head options will now be made available.
Oh, and another thing I was able to confirm – despite mention in the Terms and Conditions that Standard Pick a Brick orders wouldn’t qualify you for LEGO Gift with Purchases, LEGO doesn’t seem to be enforcing that right now, as any order over the threshold will qualify you for the likes of GWPs like 40583 Houses of the World 1.
Be sure you’re following or subscribed, and I’ll try to cover any notable restocks! This is really exciting news for Pick a Brick fans. Personally, I find myself spending more on Pick a Brick online than actual sets!
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