How to complete your LEGO Minifigures Series 26 collection with Brick Search

Whether you’re starting out on your LEGO Minifigures Series 26 hunt, looking for the last one of the 12 minifigures or building an army of M-Tron Powerlifters, Brick Search can help.

The blind box packaging used for Series 26 comes with a scannable code on the base of the box and it is this code that means using Brick Search will save you time and money in your Series 26 minifigure pursuit.

It’s as quick and easy as downloading Brick Search for free – on iOS here, Android here or if you’re reading this on a desktop, via the QR code at the bottom of the article – and, after opening the app, launching the scanner via the blue button on the home screen.

Then just point the scanner at the code on the base of the box – not the barcode, the one next to it that looks a bit like a QR code – and waiting a few seconds. The scanner will read the code and show you which minifigure is inside the box in your hand, as illustrated below:

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Brick Search’s minifigure box scanner takes the guesswork out of looking for Series 26 minifigures – and removes the need for complicated ways of working out what’s inside. There’s no need for a string of long numbers scribbled on scraps of paper, or small-but-expensive cameras that have to be forced into gaps in the box: all you need is Brick Search, and you can see the minifigure box scanner in action below:

To find out more about Brick Search, you can read the answers to these frequently asked questions while if you have any issues using Brick Search, get in touch with us via [email protected].

Download Brick Search for free on iOS here, Android here or scan the QR code below on a mobile device to be taken to your device’s app store.

Support the work that Brick Fanatics does by purchasing your LEGO using our affiliate links.

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Andrew
Andrew
A writer, wrestling and football fan – a long-suffering Everton season ticket holder in fact – and Brick Fanatics contributor, as well as overseeing all things related to Brick Search, the LEGO set app.

Andrew

A writer, wrestling and football fan – a long-suffering Everton season ticket holder in fact – and Brick Fanatics contributor, as well as overseeing all things related to Brick Search, the LEGO set app.

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