LEGO BrickLink Designer Program Round 2 UK and EU prices confirmed

The LEGO Group has confirmed the UK and European prices for sets in the second round of the BrickLink Designer Program.

We’ve known the US prices for a while, but BrickLink has now published both GBP and Euro prices for all nine sets in the second round of crowdfunding, which kicks off tomorrow, November 9, at 8pm GMT / 12pm PST /  9pm CET. That includes Venetian Houses, which has replaced Brickwest Studios in this round following the tragic events on the set of Rust.

This is still a comparatively expensive round, though, with all but two of the rejected LEGO Ideas 10K projects commanding triple-figure prices. Here’s the full list of sets, along with their finalised piece counts and price tags across all three currencies.

The Mountain Windmill – 2,085 pieces, £132.99 / €149.99 / $179.99
Modular LEGO Store – 2,149 pieces, £132.99 / €149.99 / $179.99
Seasons in Time: Calendar – 3,010 pieces, £179.99 / €209.99 / $249.99
Retro Bowling Alley – 2,779 pieces, £169.99 / €189.99 / $229.99
Ruined House – 4,002 pieces, £219.99 / €249.99 / $299.99
Clockwork Aquarium – 874 pieces, £49.99 / €54.99 / $64.99
Quest Builder – 3,415 pieces, £189.99 / €219.99 / $259.99
Science Adventures – 414 pieces, £25.99 / €29.99 / $35.99
Venetian Houses – £219.99 / €244.99 / $289.99

Remember, not all of these models will go into production: only the first five to reach 3,000 backers will be greenlit as official sets, with pre-orders then maxing out at 10,000 apiece. If you’re keen on any of them, it’s probably a wise idea to get your order in early to ensure that set has the best chance of being one of the five successful projects.

Sets ordered in this round will be shipped in the third quarter of 2022. You won’t be charged for any pre-orders until that point.

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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. You can follow me on Twitter at @brfa_chris.

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