Complete list of LEGO price increases in the US

Here’s a complete list of every LEGO set affected by the new price increases in the US, which have now taken effect at and in LEGO Stores.

Apparently as a result of ‘increased raw material and operating costs’, the LEGO Group is increasing prices across approximately a quarter of its portfolio worldwide, with some sets going up by as much as 25%. The new prices won’t be implemented in the UK, Europe and the Middle East until September 1, but they’re already live in the Americas and the Asia-Pacific region.

The LEGO Group is obviously not shouting about which sets have gone up in price, but we’ve combed through the entire list of products at to come up with a definitive list of increases in the US. You’ll find a theme-by-theme breakdown of those price rises below, including which sets are affected, their old and new prices, and the difference in both percentage and real dollar terms.

While we don’t yet know whether exactly the same sets will face price rises in the UK and Europe in September, you’re probably best grabbing anything you’re after from this list before then, just in case.


LEGO Architecture

Just one LEGO Architecture set has gone up in price as of August 1, but it’s one of the oldest still available at in 21042 Statue of Liberty. It’s not as dramatic an increase as we’ve seen across other themes, but 20% still stings.

Set nameOld RRPNew RRPPrice increasePercentage change
21042 Statue of Liberty$99.99$119.99$2020%

LEGO Batman / DC

Bruce Wayne might be able to weather any LEGO price increases, but the rest of us aren’t so fortunate. That makes the huge increase to last year’s 76240 Batmobile Tumbler even more difficult to bear, and could put it beyond the reach of at least a few Bat-fans.

Set nameOld RRPNew RRPPrice increasePercentage change
76240 Batmobile Tumbler$229.99$269.99$4017%


Just as train ticket prices rise all too regularly in real life, so too have the prices of the trains themselves risen in LEGO CITY. Both of this year’s brand new locomotives have experienced a $10 bump, along with a couple of space-themed sets and one already-quite-expensive Stuntz model.

Set nameOld RRPNew RRPPrice increasePercentage change
60336 Freight Train$189.99$199.99$105%
60337 Express Passenger Train$179.99$189.99$105%
60339 Double Loop Stunt Arena$149.99$159.99$106%
60350 Lunar Research Base $119.99 $129.99$108%
60351 Rocket Launch Center$149.99 $159.99 $10 6%

LEGO Creator 3-in-1

Two sets inspired by retro themes – which have found a new home in Creator 3-in-1 – have fallen victim to price increases, including the seemingly everlasting 31109 Pirate Ship. (It isn’t due to retire until the end of 2024.)

Set nameOld RRPNew RRPPrice increasePercentage change
31109 Pirate Ship$99.99$119.99$2020%
31115 Space Mining Mech$19.99$24.99$520%

LEGO Disney

A theme of predominantly smaller sets means a theme of predominantly smaller price increases, although 43197 The Ice Castle seems to have gotten off pretty lightly with only a $20 rise. No similar bump for 71040 The Disney Castle, but that’s probably because it’s due to retire this year.

Set nameOld RRPNew RRPPrice increasePercentage change
40478 Mini Disney Castle$34.99$39.99$514%
43187 Rapunzel’s Tower$59.99$64.99$58%
43194 Anna and Elsa’s Frozen Wonderland$39.99$44.99$512%
43196 Belle and the Beast’s Castle$79.99$89.99$1012%
43197 The Ice Castle$199.99$219.99$2010%
43206 Cinderella and Prince Charming’s Castle$79.99$89.99$1012%
43207 Ariel’s Underwater Palace$89.99$99.99$1011%
43208 Jasmine and Mulan’s Adventure$39.99 $44.99 $5 12%
76831 Zurg Battle$29.99$34.99$516%


Few themes have escaped the sweeping hand of LEGO price increases in 2022, and DOTS is no different: just three sets have gone up, each by only $5 apiece, but it quickly adds up if you’re collecting them all.

Set nameOld RRPNew RRPPrice increasePercentage change
41961 Designer Toolkit – Patterns$59.99$64.99$58%
41957 Adhesive Patches Mega Pack$29.99 $34.99 $516%
41960 Big Box$29.99$34.99$516%


There have been minimal price increases across DUPLO, which is good news for anyone in the market for gifts for younger family members. A 20% hike on 10963 Spider-Man & Friends Funfair Adventure is tough, though.

Set nameOld RRPNew RRPPrice increasePercentage change
10874 Steam Train$59.99$64.99$58%
10875 Cargo Train$119.99$129.99$108%
10956 Amusement Park$99.99$109.99$1010%
10963 Spider-Man & Friends Funfair Adventure$49.99$59.99$1020%
10966 Bath Time Fun: Floating Animal Island$39.99$44.99$512%
10974 Wild Animals of Asia$89.99$99.99$1011%
10978 Creative Building Time$39.99$44.99$512%

LEGO Friends

This year marks the 10th anniversary of LEGO Friends, and the LEGO Group is celebrating by… adding $10 each on to three of its brand-new-for-2022 sets. That includes 41704 Main Street Building, which is still the mini-doll theme’s biggest model to date at 1,682 pieces.

Set nameOld RRPNew RRPPrice increasePercentage change
41704 Main Street Building$149.99$159.99$106%
41709 Vacation Beach House$69.99$79.99$1014%
41718 Pet Day-Care Centre$59.99$69.99$1016%

LEGO Harry Potter

You’re going to need more than a few extra Galleons to ride out the worst of the price increases in the Wizarding World theme, as every one of its three direct-to-consumer sets has had a considerable uplift. 71043 Hogwarts Castle is actually the worst offender in this entire list, if not by percentage, then by dollar total, with a $70 bump to its original price.

Set nameOld RRPNew RRPPrice increasePercentage change
71043 Hogwarts Castle$399.99$469.99$7017%
75968 4 Privet Drive$69.99$79.99$1014%
75978 Diagon Alley$399.99$449.99$5012%
76388 Hogsmeade Village Visit$79.99$89.99$1012%
76389 Hogwarts Chamber of Secrets$129.99$149.99$2015%
76391 Hogwarts Icons Collectors’ Edition$249.99$299.99$5020%
76399 Hogwarts Magical Trunk$59.99$64.99$58%


A huge number of LEGO ICONS sets have gone up in price, presumably as the LEGO Group thinks the adult market is best positioned to bear the brunt of its increases. The most egregious rises are the 20% uplifts on 10270 Bookshop, 10273 Haunted House, 10274 Ghostbusters ECTO-1 and 10292 The Friends Apartments, but that $50 bump to 10294 Titanic is pretty severe too.

Set nameOld RRPNew RRPPrice increasePercentage change
10255 Assembly Square $279.99$299.99$207%
10265 Ford Mustang$149.99$169.99$2013%
10270 Bookshop$179.99$199.99$3020%
10273 Haunted House$249.99$299.99$5020%
10274 Ghostbusters ECTO-1$199.99$239.99$4020%
10292 The Friends Apartments$149.99$179.99$3020%
10294 Titanic$629.99$679.99$507%
10295 Porsche 911$149.99$169.99$2013%
10297 Boutique Hotel$199.99$229.99$3015%
10299 Real Madrid – Santiago Bernabéu Stadium$349.99$399.99$5014%
10300 Back to the Future Time Machine$169.99$199.99$3017%
10302 Optimus Prime$169.99$179.99$106%
76989 Horizon Forbidden West: Tallneck$79.99$89.99$1012%

LEGO Ideas

It’s a difficult time to be a LEGO Ideas collector – or at least, a LEGO Ideas collector with a backlog of sets to buy, because a total of eight sets have just spiked in price at 21318 Tree House and 21327 Typewriter are the most badly affected, with price rises of a blistering 25% each, while 21330 Home Alone and 21323 Grand Piano have both gone up by $50.

Set nameOld RRPNew RRPPrice increasePercentage change
21318 Tree House$199.99$249.99$5025%
21325 Medieval Blacksmith$149.99$179.99$3020%
21327 Typewriter$199.99$249.99$5025%
21329 Fender Stratocaster$99.99$119.99$2020%
21330 Home Alone$249.99$299.99$5020%
21331 Sonic the Hedgehog – Green Hill Zone$69.99$79.99$1014%
21332 The Globe$199.99$229.99$3015%
21323 Grand Piano$349.99$399.99$5014%

LEGO Jurassic World

Three of this summer’s LEGO Jurassic World sets have gone up in price as of August 1. Thankfully, that doesn’t include what’s probably the best of the bunch in 76956 T. rex Breakout – but if you want a moulded T. rex, prepare to pay 25% more for it… 

Set nameOld RRPNew RRPPrice increasePercentage change
76946 Blue & Beta Velociraptor Capture$29.99$34.99$516%
76948 T. rex & Atrociraptor Dinosaur Breakout$79.99$99.99$2025%
76949 Giganotosaurus & Therizinosaurus Attack$129.99$139.99$107%

LEGO Marvel

A smattering of smaller increases to LEGO Marvel sets are dwarfed by a huge $50 uplift on last year’s 76178 Daily Bugle. Considering it’s been pretty hard to come by at, it’s no surprise the LEGO Group is taking advantage of what’s clearly a popular set.

Set nameOld RRPNew RRPPrice increasePercentage change
76178 Daily Bugle$299.99$349.99$5016%
76187 Venom$59.99$69.99$1016%
76191 Infinity Gauntlet$69.99$79.99$1016%
76193 The Guardians’ Ship$149.99$159.99$106%
76208 The Goat Boat$49.99$59.99$1020%
76217 I am Groot$49.99$54.99$510%

LEGO Minecraft

The large 25% figure in the last column here belies what’s really a minor change for these three Minecraft sets, which have each gone up from $19.99 to $24.99. It’s a little easier to swallow than some of the increases on this list, for sure…

Set nameOld RRPNew RRPPrice increasePercentage change
21179 The Mushroom House$19.99$24.99$525%
21180 The Guardian Battle$19.99$24.99$525%
21184 The Bakery$19.99$24.99$525%

LEGO Monkie Kid

Monkie Kid is already among the LEGO Group’s most expensive themes to collect, marrying high price points with limited availability (and, therefore, limited discounts) – and four of its sets, including its two biggest, have just increased a little further in price.

Set nameOld RRPNew RRPPrice increasePercentage change
80030 Monkie Kid’s Staff Creations$34.99$39.99$514%
80033 Evil Macaque’s Mech$79.99$89.99$1013%
80036 The City of Lanterns$149.99$159.99$107%
80039 The Heavenly Realms$179.99$189.99$106%


As expected, 71741 NINJAGO City Gardens has rocketed in price by $50, representing a 16% increase on its original retail price. It’s the worst offender in a surprisingly long list of NINJAGO sets, which spans models from the winter 2021 wave right through to summer 2022.

Set nameOld RRPNew RRPPrice increasePercentage change
71738 Zane’s Titan Mech Battle$59.99$64.99$58%
71741 NINJAGO City Gardens$299.99$349.99$5016%
71754 Water Dragon$69.99$79.99$1014%
71756 Hydro Bounty$129.99$139.99$107%
71759 Ninja Dragon Temple$39.99$44.99$512%
71762 Kai’s Fire Dragon EVO$29.99$34.99$516%
71763 Lloyd’s Race Car EVO$29.99$34.99$516%
71770 Zane’s Golden Dragon Jet$29.99$34.99$516%
71772 The Crystal King$69.99$79.99$1014%
71774 Lloyd’s Golden Ultra Dragon$139.99$149.99$107%
71775 Nya’s Samurai X MECH$109.99$119.99$109%

LEGO Speed Champions

Just one LEGO Speed Champions set has increased in price for August, and it’s this year’s Aston Martin two-pack. The single car sets are safe and steady at $19.99 apiece, and it looks like they’re going to stay that way in the US – even while the two newest sets, 76911 007 Aston Martin DB5 and 76912 Fast & Furious 1970 Dodge Charger R/T, are already more expensive than their predecessors in the UK and Europe.

Set nameOld RRPNew RRPPrice increasePercentage change
76910 Aston Martin Valkyrie AMR Pro and Aston Martin Vantage GT3$39.99$44.99$512%

LEGO Star Wars

Both of the most expensive LEGO Star Wars sets to date are now even more expensive in the US, with 75192 Millennium Falcon and 75313 AT-AT each receiving a $50 bump in price. Likewise 75309 Republic Gunship and 75290 Mos Eisley Cantina, both of which have shot up from $349.99 to $399.99 in the US.

Set nameOld RRPNew RRPPrice increasePercentage change
75192 Millennium Falcon$799.99$849.99$507%
75257 Millennium Falcon$159.99$169.99$106%
75290 Mos Eisley Cantina$349.99$399.99$5014%
75292 The Razor Crest$129.99$139.99$107%
75300 Imperial TIE Fighter$39.99$44.99$512%
75308 R2-D2$199.99$239.99$4020%
75309 Republic Gunship$349.99$399.99$5014%
75313 AT-AT$799.99$849.99$507%
75315 Imperial Light Cruiser$159.99$169.99$106%
75324 Dark Trooper Attack$29.99$34.99$516%
75327 Luke Skywalker (Red Five) Helmet$59.99$69.99$1016%
75328 The Mandalorian Helmet$59.99$69.99$1016%
75329 Death Star Trench Run Diorama$59.99$69.99$1016%
75341 Luke Skywalker’s Landspeeder$199.99$239.99$4020%
75343 Dark Trooper Helmet$59.99$69.99$1016%

LEGO Super Mario

It’s-a me, more-expensive Mario! While all of the interactive theme’s buildable course sets have deftly avoided price increases, its first two direct-to-consumer sets aren’t so lucky: both have jumped in price by 17%, with 71374 Nintendo Entertainment System experiencing the most severe dollar increase.

Set nameOld RRPNew RRPPrice increasePercentage change
71374 Nintendo Entertainment System$229.99$269.99$4017%
71395 Super Mario 64 Question Mark Block$169.99$199.99$3017%

LEGO Technic

42143 Ferrari Daytona SP3 only launched in June, but count yourself lucky if you got in the door early: it’s already become even more of a luxury item with a $50 price increase. 42115 Lamborghini Sián FKP 37 and 42131 App-Controlled Cat D11 Bulldozer are also among the most badly-affected Technic sets, while others have received smaller (but still painful) rises.

Set nameOld RRPNew RRPPrice increasePercentage change
42096 Porsche 911 RSR$149.99$179.99$3020%
42107 Ducati Panigale V4 R$69.99$79.99$1014%
42111 Dom’s Dodge Charger$99.99$119.99$2020%
42115 Lamborghini Sián FKP 37$399.99$449.99$5012%
42125 Ferrari 488 GTE “AF Corse #51”$169.99$199.99$3017%
42128 Heavy-duty Tow Truck$149.99$159.99$106%
42129 4×4 Mercedes-Benz Zetros Trial Truck$299.99$329.99$3010%
42130 BMW M 1000 RR$229.99$249.99$208%
42131 App-Controlled Cat D11 Bulldozer$449.99$499.99$5011%
42136 John Deere 9620R 4WD Tractor$29.99$34.99$516%
42141 McLaren Formula 1 Race Car
42143 Ferrari Daytona SP3$399.99$449.99$5012%

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Chris Wharfe
I like to think of myself as a journalist first, LEGO fan second, but we all know that’s not really the case. Journalism does run through my veins, though, like some kind of weird literary blood – the sort that will no doubt one day lead to a stress-induced heart malfunction. It’s like smoking, only worse. Thankfully, I get to write about LEGO until then.

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Chris Wharfe

I like to think of myself as a journalist first, LEGO fan second, but we all know that’s not really the case. Journalism does run through my veins, though, like some kind of weird literary blood – the sort that will no doubt one day lead to a stress-induced heart malfunction. It’s like smoking, only worse. Thankfully, I get to write about LEGO until then.

4 thoughts on “Complete list of LEGO price increases in the US

  • 05/08/2022 at 19:37

    You show 42115 Lamborghini Sián was $399.99 but I believe it was only $379.99 which means a $70 increase.

  • 03/08/2022 at 02:23

    21042 Statue of Liberty always 119.99

  • 02/08/2022 at 19:20

    Wow. It’s one thing to hear about them coming, and then see them posted. Some steep increases that will make me think longer before spending.

    Also, you have some pound signs mixed in with the dollar signs in the CITY section.

  • 02/08/2022 at 17:51

    Thank you for making this list for us, I was going to do it for myself, now I don’t have to.

    Small typo for The Globe, should say $30 instead of $40.


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