2020’s 71374 Nintendo Entertainment System weighs in at $229.99, which is the same price point Eugene Toy & Hobby has attached to product number 71411. While the site doesn’t explicitly list that or any other Super Mario set as belonging to the interactive video game theme, they’re all labelled ‘Leaf’ – the range’s codename – and follow its set number sequencing.
Six of these product numbers were listed in a report late last year, but three of them – including 71411 – are brand new. It’s also the first time we’ve seen prices for any of them. The full list from Eugene Toy & Hobby follows below, with prices in US dollars.
71403 TBC – $59.99
71404 TBC – $9.99
71405 TBC – $19.99
71406 TBC – $29.99
71407 TBC – $79.99
71408 TBC – $129.99
71409 TBC – $69.99
71410 TBC – $5.99
71411 TBC – $229.99
Based on the price points above – and previous LEGO Super Mario waves – we can make some educated guesses about what might be in store for the rest of 2022. 71411 feels guaranteed to be a direct-to-consumer exclusive set, for instance, following in the footsteps of last year’s 71395 Super Mario 64 Question Mark Block.
That it’s listed here suggests it will only be a temporary exclusive at LEGO.com, before enjoying wider availability at third-party retailers (presumably after a three-month window, as has often happened with previous D2Cs).
71403 matches the price tags of 71360 Adventures with Mario and 71387 Adventures with Luigi, meanwhile, and like those sets, comes at the beginning of the product numbering – suggesting we could be in for another starter course with a brand new digital figure. We’ve already had a few thoughts on who that could be, which you can check out here.
We’re probably looking at another series of Character Packs in 71410, and 71404 feels likely to be either a Power-Up Pack or another mini-expansion in the vein of 71396 Bowser Jr.’s Clown Car. The rest of the sets (bar 71411) will likely be a range of regular expansion sets, perhaps expanding on other biomes or even continuing January’s focus on Luigi’s Mansion.
While these sets have been listed through a retailer, so can probably be taken a little more seriously than wild Instagram rumours, they still shouldn’t be considered confirmed until we receive official word from the LEGO Group.
In the meantime, you can grab the current wave of LEGO Super Mario sets – including both starter courses – from LEGO.com now.
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