We’ve already seen the other three bag tags launching next month through a Bulgarian retailer, but this is our first glimpse at the panda-themed addition to the series. All four bag tags will retail for £5.99 – the same price as the two new bracelets launching in March, which represents a £1 increase on previous single-bracelet packs.
The March wave of DOTS products also includes a new blind-bagged accessory pack, 41931 Extra DOTS – Series 4, which promises 14 surprise charms in every bag. The price of that pack remains consistent with previous Extra DOTS releases, however, at £3.99 each.
Here’s the full list of LEGO DOTS sets you’ll be able to pick up at LEGO.com from March 1:
It’s the second wave of DOTS products to launch in 2021, following an initial batch of bracelets and accessories that arrived in January. You can order those from LEGO.com right now, and support the work that Brick Fanatics does in the process by using our affiliate links.
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