Complete list of LEGO price increases in the UK

The LEGO Group has implemented its promised price increases in the UK, so here’s a complete round-up of all 141 sets affected.

Coming as a result of ‘increased raw material and operating costs’, these price hikes follow similar increases in the US and Asia-Pacific region at the beginning of August. They’ve affected sets from across a wide variety of themes, from Star Wars and Harry Potter to LEGO ICONS and Technic, with the most severe increases targeted squarely at sets intended for adults.

It means your money now won’t quite go as far as it once did at, which could see some shuffling around of the shopping list ahead of the holiday season. Dive into the full list of UK price increases below, and click here for a summary of everything you need to know about why these rises are happening – along with a full list of US price increases.


With LEGO Batman / LEGO DC seemingly on its last legs, only one of its remaining sets has increased in price – but it’s a biggie in 76240 Batmobile Tumbler. That 15% jump will sting for anyone who’s yet to whip out the Bat-credit card for this Dark Knight vehicle…


Set nameOld RRPNew RRPPrice increasePercentage change
76240 Batmobile Tumbler£199.99 £229.99£3015%


Nine LEGO CITY sets have seen price hikes for September, but none of them are especially egregious. Given most of the increases are focused on sets designed for adults – who are presumably better positioned to bear the brunt of them – that’s not too surprising.

Set nameOld RRPNew RRPPrice increasePercentage change
60337 Express Passenger Train £129.99 £139.99£108%
60313 Space Ride Amusement Truck£34.99£39.99£514%
60315 Police Mobile Command Truck £34.99£39.99£514%
60316 Police Station £54.99 £59.99£59%
60324 Mobile Crane£34.99 £39.99£5 14%
60338 Smashing Chimpanzee Stunt Loop £44.99 £49.99£511%
60339 Double Loop Stunt Arena£124.99£129.99£54%
60348 Lunar Roving Vehicle£24.99 £29.99£520%
60351 Rocket Launch Center£124.99 £129.99£54%

LEGO Classic

Two smaller LEGO Classic sets have been hit by a 20% price increase, but that still only amounts to £5 each. In the grand scheme of things, it could have been worse – at least there are still a few relatively cheap ways to amass basic bricks.

Set nameOld RRPNew RRPPrice increasePercentage change
11013 Creative Transparent Bricks £24.99£29.99£520%
11019 Bricks and Functions £24.99 £29.99£520%

LEGO Creator 3-in-1

It’s a second price increase this year for 31109 Pirate Ship, the only Creator 3-in-1 set hammered by this latest round of hikes. An extra £10 takes it up to £114.99 total, which is £25 more than its launch RRP of £89.99.

Set nameOld RRPNew RRPPrice increasePercentage change
31109 Pirate Ship £104.99 £114.99£1010%

LEGO Creator Expert / LEGO ICONS

Brace yourself: LEGO ICONS (formerly LEGO Creator Expert) is where your wallet is really going to feel the worst of these price increases, at least if you’re hoping to catch ‘em all. A total of 18 sets have jumped in price (some by as much as £40), including 10294 Titanic and 10297 Boutique Hotel.

Set nameOld RRPNew RRPPrice increasePercentage change
10255 Assembly Square £229.99 £259.99£3013%
10265 Ford Mustang £124.99£149.99£2520%
10270 Bookshop£159.99£169.99£106%
10273 Haunted House £219.99£259.99£4018%
10274 Ghostbusters ECTO-1£174.99£209.99£3520%
10276 Colosseum £439.99 £474.99£358%
10278 Police Station £159.99£169.99£106%
10280 Flower Bouquet £44.99 £54.99£1022%
10283 NASA Space Shuttle Discovery £159.99£169.99£106%
10292 The Friends Apartments£129.99 £159.99£3023%
10293 Santa’s Visit £79.99 £89.99£1013%
10294 Titanic £554.99£589.99£356%
10295 Porsche 911 £124.99£149.99£2520%
10297 Boutique Hotel£174.99£199.99£2514%
10299 Real Madrid – Santiago Bernabéu Stadium£309.99 £344.99£3511%
10300 Back to the Future Time Machine £149.99£169.99£2013%
10302 Optimus Prime£149.99£159.99£107%
76989 Horizon Forbidden West: Tallneck£69.99£79.99£1014%

LEGO Disney

40478 Mini Disney Castle now matches the newly-released 40521 Mini Disney The Haunted Mansion’s RRP, with one of the smallest price increases across the entire list in pound sterling. It’s a pretty massive increase for 43196 Belle and the Beast’s Castle, though.

Set nameOld RRPNew RRPPrice increasePercentage change
40478 Mini Disney Castle£30.99 £34.99£413%
43187 Rapunzel’s Tower £54.99£59.99£59%
43194 Anna and Elsa’s Frozen Wonderland£34.99 £39.99£514%
43196 Belle and the Beast’s Castle£74.99£89.99£1520%
43197 The Ice Castle£184.99 £189.99£53%
43205 Aurora, Merida and Tiana’s Enchanted Creations£54.99£59.99£59%
43206 Cinderella and Prince Charming’s Castle £64.99 £74.99£1015%
43207 Ariel’s Underwater Palace£74.99 £89.99£1520%
43208 Jasmine and Mulan’s Adventure£34.99 £39.99£514%
76831 Zurg Battle£24.99 £29.99£520%


Three older series of Extra DOTS have inexplicably increased by 50p each in the UK (no such price rises for Europe), while more recent series have remained consistent at £3.49 each. One of those more expensive series is already sold out, too, so we’re not sure what’s going on there.

Set nameOld RRPNew RRPPrice increasePercentage change
41921 Extra DOTS Series 3£3.49 £3.9950p14%
41931 Extra DOTS Series 4£3.49£3.9950p14%
41932 Extra DOTS Series 5£3.49£3.9950p14%
41961 Designer Toolkit – Patterns£54.99 £59.99£59%


Shopping for the younger LEGO fan in your life? Your cash will now buy a little less across much of the LEGO DUPLO range, with 10 different sets increasing in price by either £5 or £10 each. That includes Disney, Lightyear and Spider-Man DUPLO sets, alongside more generic models.

Set nameOld RRPNew RRPPrice increasePercentage change
10874 Steam Train £54.99 £59.99£59%
10875 Cargo Train £104.99£114.99£1010%
10941 Mickey & Minnie Birthday Train£24.99 £29.99£520%
10956 Amusement Park £104.99 £114.99£1010%
10962 Buzz Lightyear’s Planetary Mission £24.99 £29.99£520%
10963 Spider-Man & Friends Funfair Adventure£44.99 £54.99£1022%
10966 Bath Time Fun: Floating Animal Island£34.99 £39.99£514%
10970 Fire Station & Helicopter £79.99 £89.99£1013%
10977 My First Puppy & Kitten With Sounds£34.99 £39.99£514%
10978 Creative Building Time £34.99£39.99£514%

LEGO Friends

Surprisingly, only four LEGO Friends sets have been affected by this round of price increases, but among them is the theme’s biggest to date in 41704 Main Street Building. Still, it’s a relatively minor bump compared to other themes.

Set nameOld RRPNew RRPPrice increasePercentage change
41704 Main Street Building£129.99 £139.99£108%
41716 Stephanie’s Sailing Adventure £34.99 £39.99£514%
41718 Pet Day-Care Centre£54.99 £59.99£59%
41721 Organic Farm £74.99 £89.99£1520%

LEGO Harry Potter

If you’re just diving into the Wizarding World and hoping to catch up on the previous three direct-to-consumer sets (before 76405 Hogwarts Express Collectors’ Edition), you’ll now need to spend an extra £120 combined. That’s pretty painful, and takes 71043 Hogwarts Castle alone in touching distance of the new train.

Set nameOld RRPNew RRPPrice increasePercentage change
71043 Hogwarts Castle £369.99 £409.99£4011%
75968 4 Privet Drive £59.99£69.99£1017%
75978 Diagon Alley £349.99 £389.99£4011%
76388 Hogsmeade Village Visit £69.99 £79.99£1014%
76389 Hogwarts Chamber of Secrets £124.99£129.99£54%
76391 Hogwarts Icons Collectors’ Edition£219.99£259.99£4018%
76399 Hogwarts Magical Trunk£54.99£59.99£59%
76402 Hogwarts: Dumbledore’s Office£69.99 £79.99£1014%

LEGO Ideas

Some of the most significant price increases in this list can be seen across LEGO Ideas, from veterans like 21318 Tree House and 21323 Grand Piano to relatively recent arrivals such as 21330 Home Alone and 21332 The Globe.

Set nameOld RRPNew RRPPrice increasePercentage change
21318 Tree House £174.99£214.99£4023%
21323 Grand Piano £309.99 £344.99£3511%
21325 Medieval Blacksmith £129.99£159.99£3023%
21327 Typewriter £174.99£214.99£4023%
21329 Fender Stratocaster £89.99 £104.99£1517%
21330 Home Alone £219.99 £259.99£4018%
21331 Sonic the Hedgehog – Green Hill Zone £59.99 £69.99£1017%
21332 The Globe £174.99£199.99£2514%

LEGO Jurassic World

These LEGO Jurassic World price increases seem pretty minor by comparison – but then the dino-tastic sets are already pretty expensive, by virtue of their giant plastic animals. It’s only a collective £30 bump on the entire wave, though…

Set nameOld RRPNew RRPPrice increasePercentage change
76946 Blue & Beta Velociraptor Capture£24.99 £29.99£520%
76948 T. rex & Atrociraptor Dinosaur Breakout£79.99 £89.99£1013%
76949 Giganotosaurus & Therizinosaurus Attack£114.99 £119.99£54%
76950 Triceratops Pick-up Truck Ambush£39.99£44.99£513%
76951 Pyroraptor & Dilophosaurus Transport£39.99 £44.99£513%

LEGO Marvel

If you’re yet to pick up LEGO Marvel’s biggest and arguably best set in 76178 Daily Bugle, this is one headline you probably won’t want to read: it’s just shot up in price by £35. It’s a hefty increase for the minifigure-laden set, which just 24 hours ago could be had for £265.

Set nameOld RRPNew RRPPrice increasePercentage change
76178 Daily Bugle£264.99 £299.99£3513%
76187 Venom £54.99 £59.99£59%
76191 Infinity Gauntlet£69.99 £79.99£1014%
76193 The Guardians’ Ship£129.99£139.99£108%
76206 Iron Man Figure£34.99 £39.99£514%
76208 The Goat Boat £44.99 £54.99£1022%

LEGO Minecraft

Two LEGO Minecraft sets have been dragged into the current round of price increases, both with a bump of £5. That’s more egregious for 21181 The Rabbit Ranch, given it represents a 20% hike on its original RRP.

Set nameOld RRPNew RRPPrice increasePercentage change
21181 The Rabbit Ranch £24.99 £29.99£520%
21183 The Training Grounds£54.99 £59.99£59%

LEGO Monkie Kid

Remember when 80036 City of Lanterns seemed like such good value in the UK? Well, the LEGO Monkie Kid set still is, really – it’s only gone up by a measly 4%. Phew. 80039 The Heavenly Realms has experienced the worst price increase here, but it’s not staggering.

Set nameOld RRPNew RRPPrice increasePercentage change
80030 Monkie Kid’s Staff Creations£24.99 £29.99£520%
80033 Evil Macaque’s Mech£54.99 £59.99£59%
80036 The City of Lanterns£114.99 £119.99£54%
80039 The Heavenly Realms£149.99 £159.99£107%


Like 76178 Daily Bugle, NINJAGO’s biggest set – 71741 NINJAGO City Gardens – has jumped in price by £35. It’s a bitter pill to swallow for anyone yet to pick up the towering ode to 10 years of NINJAGO, alongside a wide range of smaller increases across the in-house theme.

Set nameOld RRPNew RRPPrice increasePercentage change
71738 Zane’s Titan Mech Battle £54.99£59.99£59%
71741 NINJAGO City Gardens£264.99 £299.99£3513%
71754 Water Dragon £59.99 £69.99£1017%
71756 Hydro Bounty £124.99 £129.99£54%
71759 Ninja Dragon Temple £34.99 £39.99£514%
71765 Ninja Ultra Combo Mech £74.99 £89.99£1520%
71766 Lloyd’s Legendary Dragon £54.99£59.99£59%
71772 The Crystal King £54.99 £59.99£59%
71773 Kai’s Golden Dragon Raider£74.99£89.99£1520%
71774 Lloyd’s Golden Ultra Dragon£124.99 £129.99£54%
71775 Nya’s Samurai X MECH £99.99£104.99£55%

LEGO Speed Champions

All five of this year’s first wave of LEGO Speed Champions sets have raced up to match the newly-released DB5 and Dodge Charger in price, with single cars now retailing for £20 and double-packs jumping to £40 each. It’s still one of the best-value themes around, though.

Set nameOld RRPNew RRPPrice increasePercentage change
76906 1970 Ferrari 512 M£17.99 £19.99£211%
76907 Lotus Evija £17.99 £19.99£211%
76908 Lamborghini Countach£17.99 £19.99£211%
76909 Mercedes-AMG F1 W12 E Performance & Mercedes-AMG Project One£34.99 £39.99£514%
76910 Aston Martin Valkyrie AMR Pro and Aston Martin Vantage GT3£34.99 £39.99£514%

LEGO Star Wars

Twenty LEGO Star Wars sets will now cause your wallet even more pain than they did a day ago, including the theme’s most expensive sets of all time in 75313 AT-AT and 75192 Millennium Falcon. In fact, the entire UCS range has been hit pretty badly, with even the recent 75341 Luke Skywalker’s Landspeeder climbing by £35.

Set nameOld RRPNew RRPPrice increasePercentage change
75192 Millennium Falcon £699.99£734.99£355%
75257 Millennium Falcon £139.99 £149.99£107%
75288 AT-AT£139.99£149.99£107%
75290 Mos Eisley Cantina £309.99 £344.99£3511%
75292 The Razor Crest £114.99£119.99£54%
75300 Imperial TIE Fighter £34.99 £39.99£514%
75304 Darth Vader Helmet£59.99£69.99£1017%
75308 R2-D2£174.99£209.99£3520%
75309 Republic Gunship £309.99£344.99£3511%
75313 AT-AT£699.99 £734.99£355%
75318 The Child £69.99 £79.99£1014%
75324 Dark Trooper Attack £24.99 £29.99£520%
75325 The Mandalorian’s N-1 Starfighter £54.99 £59.99£59%
75327 Luke Skywalker (Red Five) Helmet£54.99£59.99£59%
75328 The Mandalorian Helmet £54.99£59.99£59%
75329 Death Star Trench Run Diorama£54.99£59.99£59%
75330 Dagobah Jedi Training Diorama £69.99 £79.99£1014%
75341 Luke Skywalker’s Landspeeder£174.99 £209.99£3520%
75342 Republic Fighter Tank £34.99 £39.99£514%
75343 Dark Trooper Helmet£54.99 £59.99£59%

LEGO Super Mario

LEGO Super Mario hasn’t escaped this round of price increases, with both of its first two direct-to-consumer sets hit pretty badly. 71411 The Mighty Bowser at least hasn’t risen any further, but then looking at these prices suggests its RRP already has a planned increase built in.

Set nameOld RRPNew RRPPrice increasePercentage change
71374 Nintendo Entertainment System£199.99 £229.99£3015%
71395 Super Mario 64 Question Mark Block£149.99£169.99£2013%

LEGO Technic

If you bagged the newly-released 42143 Ferrari Daytona SP3 when it first launched in June, you can give yourself a pat on the back: you’ve just avoided paying an extra £40. The rest of us will have to console ourselves with the Lamborghini Sián instead. Except that’s also gone up by £40. Rats.

Set nameOld RRPNew RRPPrice increasePercentage change
42096 Porsche 911 RSR£139.99£169.99£3021%
42107 Ducati Panigale V4 R£54.99£59.99£59%
42111 Dom’s Dodge Charger£89.99£104.99£1517%
42115 Lamborghini Sián FKP 37£349.99£389.99£4011%
42125 Ferrari 488 GTE AF Corse #51£159.99 £169.99£106%
42128 Heavy-duty Tow Truck £149.99£159.99£107%
42130 BMW M 1000 RR£174.99 £214.99£4023%
42139 All-Terrain Vehicle£64.99 £79.99£1523%
42140 App-Controlled Transformation Vehicle£114.99 £129.99£1513%
42141 McLaren Formula 1 Race Car£159.99£169.99£106%
42143 Ferrari Daytona SP3£349.99 £389.99£4011%

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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.

3 thoughts on “Complete list of LEGO price increases in the UK

  • 11/09/2022 at 23:58

    When inflation and costs decrease will the price of LEGO sets go down? I doubt it! LEGO is one of the great construction vehicles of all time. With prices increasing at such rates they will lose friends. Would a true competitor improve life for us LEGO fans and keep prices sensible?

  • 04/09/2022 at 23:09

    Surely most of the Lego sets affected would be stock that was manufactured before the fuel increases its not like these sets are made to order as of now.
    Just another company increasing the prices of stock that was produced months or maybe years ago and blaming it on manufacturing prices today!

  • 03/09/2022 at 14:36

    Interesting. When Lego aligned their prices to the rest of Europe a while back, many Lego set prices went down, but it took Amazon months to adjust their prices. Within hours of Lego prices going up, they have made the price adjustments on their website, within minutes.


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