LEGO Ideas is bringing back a rejected project, but without BrickLink

As the final round of the BrickLink Designer Program looms, the LEGO Ideas team has announced a plan to bring back another rejected project.

You won’t need to use BrickLink for this opportunity, as the LEGO Group has teamed up with Target for a fan vote that will see one of three models rejected in a previous round transformed into an official set.

The platform is hosting this event via a fan vote in a new activity, and you’ll need a LEGO Ideas account to enter. The three projects include Working Mini Golf Course – Fully Playable by LEGOParadise, Viking Village by BrickHammer and Marine Life by Brick Dangerous.

You’ve only got until May 31 to cast your vote, and there is only one vote available per person. The current plan is to announce the winner in August, though that’s subject to change.

Since this opportunity is being held in partnership with Target, anyone in the US will find the winning set exclusively at the retailer as well as official physical and online LEGO stores. However, it will still be available at other retailers worldwide, like any other set.

These three projects were picked from the back catalogue of rejected models for being based on display, play and history. The fan vote is open now and you can head over to LEGO Ideas to decide which build you like best.

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