LEGO Stores in the UK are raising the prices of bricks

LEGO stores across the UK are raising the prices of Pick a Brick cups by up to 25% for 2022 with changes being made across the region.

The new year has begun and with it comes adjustments to the LEGO Group’s physical retail locations as Brick Fanatics can report that prices for Pick a Brick cups have increased for 2022 with details on how much more you can expect to pay for the standard and large containers.

The standard cup has gone from £6.99 to £7.99 – a 14% increase since 2021 – while the larger version is now £14.99 instead of £11.99 – 25% more than last year.

LEGO Pick a Brick price increase 2021

This change will be present starting from the beginning of 2022 at all official UK LEGO stores but it is not yet known whether other regions will see a similar price change over the next year.

This follows a survey being held in 2021 for potential changes to the service, though that only asked about new colours of bricks being added to the service and may only concern the official online store.

It also comes after an official statement from the LEGO Group that responded to reports of price adjustments in 2022. However, the response did not mention any changes coming to official retail locations.

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4 thoughts on “LEGO Stores in the UK are raising the prices of bricks

  • 04/01/2022 at 07:18
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    How is it that Malta is not listed among other countrues as to participate in the LEGO competiton as other foreign countries do? I buy a lot of LEGO bricks from the Malta outlets and I often put the question to them about that Malta is being exempted from also taking part in tha LEGO competition as other most countries do. Hope to receive a reply fro the LEGO manufacturers.

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  • 03/01/2022 at 09:01
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    If they ever had bricks worth buying then would make sense. Never really found it useful tbh.

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  • 02/01/2022 at 20:07
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    Perhaps another knock on effect from Brexit? Quite upset to hear that a Pick and Mix is now £3 more expensive YoY, as this is the highlight of a visit to a Lego store.

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  • 02/01/2022 at 16:53
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    How is LEGO justifying a 25% price increase in a year with 6% inflation. This is just pure greed and it’s going to anger a lot of the AFOL community especially MOC builders.

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