Pricing, release date and more photos of 2022 LEGO Chinese New Year Sets now available!

After being revealed at the 4th Chinese International Import Expo (CIIE) in Shanghai, we now have more high resolution photos of the new 2022 LEGO Chinese New Year sets, including box art, along with pricing and release dates, which vary depending on region.

Update: My review of 80108 Lunar New Year Traditions is now up!

To make it simpler, here’s the direct links to the product pages, regional pricing and also regional release dates:

In China, and possibly South East Asia, these should be available on 25 December 2021.

80108 Lunar New Year Traditions

80109 Lunar New Year Ice Festival

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And here are more photos below to give you a closer look at the details, and awesome Chinese New Year references hidden within.

I’ll be reviewing both these sets some time in December, so keep an eye out for

80108 Lunar New Year Traditions Photos

1066 pieces

12 minifigures: God of Wealth, a stallholder, a couple, man, girl, and a family of 6: dad, mom, grandpa, grandma, a girl and boy

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Capture the excitement of Lunar New Year family traditions with this colorful LEGO® toy building set (80108) for ages 8 and up. It features 6 brick-built scenes that are packed with authentic details, and each portrays different festive activities, including food shopping, making good-luck decorations, visiting family and exchanging ‘Hongbao’ red envelopes. There are separate building instructions for each of the detailed scenes so the whole family can build together, and the modules can be arranged in multiple ways to create a unique display.

80109 Lunar New Year Ice Festival Photos

1,519 pieces

13 minifigures: Year of the Tiger outfit: sweet-potato vendor, ice sculptor, mom, dad and children, plus a penguin figure

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Get in the mood for celebration with this LEGO® Lunar New Year Ice Festival building set (80109) for ages 8 and up. It features a highly detailed winter scene with a brick-built frozen lake, equipment rental shop, sweet potato vendor’s cart, photo booth, chun ice sculpture, vending machine, penguin-shaped sled, ski slope, snow-capped tree and more.

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5 responses to “Pricing, release date and more photos of 2022 LEGO Chinese New Year Sets now available!”

  1. Andrew McCanna says:

    Really LEGO? Why can’t we get another type of pajama? We only have three types: Sleepy Head’s, Pajama Girl’s, and the one from the girl in the Santa’s Visit set. Did you really have to reuse one in 80108? It would be nice to have a little more variety.
    Anyways, I love the glossy plates for the ice skating ring! Very nice.

  2. Michelle says:

    Thank you Jay. I really enjoy your Lego news and reviews. I get so much information about Lego releases and promotions from your blog. I would miss out on so much without it. I enjoy reading your insights on upcoming sets and just wanted to say how much I appreciate it. Keep up the excellent work.
    I would not have had the New Year sets on my radar if I hadn’t seen your reviews. I have most of them now and I love them. It’s the same for gift with purchase sets. Thanks for the heads up.

  3. Anthony says:

    Spectacular sets once again.

    This is a great theme for both play and display

  4. Josh says:

    This theme is always smashing it with the detail and parts!

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