Three new LEGO sets you shouldn’t overlook in September 2022

September is a busy time in the world of LEGO with price increases and new sets, so here are some upcoming models you shouldn’t forget. 

Not only is September 1 the launch date for 21335 Motorised Lighthouse, the annual LEGO Advent Calendars and the day after 76405 Hogwarts Express – Collectors’ Edition’s release, but it’s also the day when three other models release. 

You’d be forgiven for overlooking them with everything happening at the start of next month, including price increases in the UK and Europe, so here’s everything you need to know about them. 

3 – 40573 Christmas Tree 

40573 Christmas Tree is part of the LEGO Seasonal range for the 2022 holiday season with options to build a smaller or larger tree complete with colourful and traditional decorations. 

At £39.99 / $44.99 / €44.99 with 784 pieces it’s a good way to decorate your home for the holidays while adding something seasonal to your basket to get you further towards a price threshold, or just to buy on its own.  However, this model launches on October 1 in the US so those in that region will have to wait a bit longer for it.

2 – 71034 Series 23 

The latest series of LEGO Collectible Minifigures is also launching in September 2022 with 12 minifigures to collect, most of which include new elements and accessories. 

The minifigures in 71034 Series 23 include characters for Christmas, Thanksgiving, the 90th anniversary of the LEGO Group and miscellaneous costumes with each bag costing £3.49 / $4.99 / €3.99 

1 – 40571 Wintertime Polar Bears 

The final LEGO Seasonal figures for 2022 are almost here as 40571 Wintertime Polar Bears round out the collection of animal pairs based on various holidays and seasons throughout the year. 

Soon you’ll be able to add 40571 Wintertime Polar Bears to 40522 Valentine Lovebirds, 40523 Easter Rabbits Display and 40570 Halloween Cat & Mouse for £11.99 / $12.99 / €12.99 and finish the set. Note that this model launches on October 1 in the US.

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