Archambault has listed the future model – which is based on a project by Ben Alder – for $139.99 Canadian dollars. There’s no official set name attached to the product page, but its number is listed as 21326, which tallies with information revealed earlier this month.
That would place the first System Winnie the Pooh set at roughly £84.99 in the UK, or $99.99 in the US, based on similarly-priced sets (including 10266 NASA Apollo 11 Lunar Lander and 10275 Elf Club House).
The Canadian store lists the set’s release date as July 2021, which speaks to a LEGO.com launch in April, as Ideas sets often enjoy a short window of timed exclusivity through the LEGO Group’s direct sales channels. That’s a little less certain than the price at the moment, though.
Perhaps purely coincidentally (given the unorthodox nature of this snippet of Ideas news), today is National Winnie the Pooh Day, celebrating the birthday of author A.A. Milne. Whether that has any bearing on the LEGO Group’s own release schedule remains to be seen, but the occasion could still see an official tease. After all, the day isn’t over yet.
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