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LEGO is celebrating Christmas with lots of toys and a festive carnival

By Tim Augustin - on 16 Nov 2020, 5:51pm

LEGO is celebrating Christmas with lots of toys and a festive carnival

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What’s Christmas without new toys?

LEGO fans have a ton of stuff to be excited for this Christmas! The LEGO Group is pairing up with Capitaland for Southeast Asia’s largest LEGO Festive Carnival, featuring a variety of seasonal Christmas sets for everyone to enjoy. 

One of these sets is the LEGO Elf Club House, a set jam-packed with Christmas vibes. You’ll find lots of Santa’s little helpers, a brick-built chimney, Santa’s sleigh and… a waffle machine, for some reason? It might look good on your coffee table in lieu of an actual gingerbread house, for sure. It even comes with a small Christmas tree!

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There are also novelty Advent Calendar sets in Star Wars/Harry Potter designs. These calendars host 24 little buildable surprises, one for each day of the Advent season. The calendars also include a code for unlockable content in the LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga game, which (*checks notes*) doesn’t even have a firm release date yet. You might want to keep that code safe for a while. 

It’s not all Christmas-themed, however. Old favourites are included here, such as the LEGO Super Mario Starter Course set, which will be discounted by 20% at all retailers. You’ll also find other neat sets such as the LEGO City Police Station, LEGO Ninjago Empire Temple of Madness and more. Here’s a full list of what’s available:

  • LEGO Elf Club House (S$159.90)

  • LEGO Star Wars Advent Calendar (S$49.90)

  • LEGO Harry Potter Advent Calendar (S$54.90)

  • LEGO Super Mario Adventures with Mario Starter Course (S$84.90)

  • LEGO DUPLO Modular House (S$99.90)

  • LEGO Disney Princess Belle’s Castle Winter Celebration (S$84.90)

  • LEGO City Police Station (S$164.90)

  • LEGO Friends Summer Fun Water Park (S$149.90)

  • LEGO Ninjago Empire Temple of Madness (S$129.90)

  • LEGO Monkie Kid Monkey King Warrior Mech (S$229.90)

Anyone who spends a minimum of S$100 at LEGO Certified Stores from November 1, 2020 to December 31, 2020 will get a LEGO Drawstring Bag with several polybags within. Those who spend a minimum of S$180 will receive a LEGO Charles Dickens Tribute from November 20, 2020 to December 6, 2020. Otherwise, you could get the LEGO Ice Skating Rink from December 7, 2020 to December 31, 2020. 

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The LEGO Group is also putting together a carnival-themed showcase across 13 Capitaland malls, specifically Bedok Mall, Bukit Panjang Plaza, Bugis +, Bugis Junction, Funan, JCube, Junction 8, Lot One Shoppers’ Mall, Plaza Singapura, IMM, SingPost Centre, Tampines Mall and Westgate. These installations feature Singapore’s largest LEGO Christmas carousel with a Gingerbread Man and Santa Claus (duh), a Rock & Roller Coaster, Ferris Wheel and a tropical-themed Christmas display. 

There’s no better time to go pick up a set for the kids - or a couple for yourself, even. It’s Christmas in the year of lockdowns! Treat yourself. 

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