LEGO Year of the Pig (2019) Promo Set Availability – don’t miss out!

Chinese New Year is about one and a half weeks away and impossible-to-find LEGO sets (like the CNY Eve Dinner) aren’t the only way that LEGO are commemorating the most important calendar festival in Chinese Culture!

2019 is the Year of the Pig according to the Chinese Zodiac and we’re getting adorable Year of the Pig set that celebrates all things swine.

This is the 5th in a series of brick-built Zodiac Animals, following on from last year’s utterly adorable Year of the Dog set.

Unlike the duo of Chinese New Year sets which were exclusive to LEGO, the Year of the Pig set will see a much wider distribution, with it being available on and LEGO Brand retail stores from the 28th of January 2019 onwards as a gift with purchase.

Update: The Promotion is now live on for those in the USA for purchases over US$88 and those in the UK for purchases over £80!

Yes, this means that those of you in the United States and United Kingdom and beyond will be able to get your hands on the set, yay!

Unfortunately, if you’re in Australia your options are a little more limited. If you’re lucky enough to be in Melbourne or the Gold Coast, the set will be available as a gift with purchase if you spend $88 or more from the Legoland Discovery Centre Shop or Dreamworld LEGO Store.

If you can’t get there, don’t fret as the promo set will also be available from Myer’s Online Store (as well as in-store in selected stores) which does ship nationally.

As an extra bonus, Myer is also running a sale where you can get 20% off LEGO purchases over AU$50, but there are tons of limitations such as Creator Expert, Ideas, Harry Potter and the UCS Falcon which does limit the sets you can get on discount to make the Gift with Purchase more appealing.

That said, there are some good picks such as the Jurassic World T-Rex Transport which is a Myer exclusive, or the UCS Hulkbuster as well as the new 2019 Star Wars and City sets.

Unfortunately, the Year of the Pig Gift With Purchase will not be available on the Australian LEGO Online Shop which is a huge bummer, but at least Myer has you covered!

Good luck and hope you get to pick one up if you’re collecting these! Keep your eyes peeled for a short review once I get my hands on one!

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