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CMF Box?

Does anyone know how much a whole box of collectible minifigures runs for?


  • Pitfall69Pitfall69 Member Posts: 11,454
    edited July 2015
    Usually the same as buying 60 individual packets :)

    There are places online that sell them cheaper, but you won't be able to walk into a ToysRUs and grap a full box for any cheaper than buying 60 individual minifigures. 
  • TheBigLegoskiTheBigLegoski Member Posts: 1,437
    It depends on which series you are looking for.
    A whole sealed box with 60 new minifigures from series one is now €826,45 or $913,22 (b.t.w. Wow! I did not know a box of series 1 would be that expensive)
    Later series are cheaper, but still expensive too.
    Check this link:

    If you want to get a whole box of the new horror themed ones that come out in september(!?), check retailers, that will probably be the cheapest way to go (I don't know where you are from), and maybe you can order one from a local retailer.
  • The_WerebrickThe_Werebrick Member Posts: 17
    Thanks guys! The Halloween themed series 14 is actually the reason I was asking. I live in California, so I suppose the Lego store is my best bet.
  • madforLEGOmadforLEGO Member Posts: 10,757
    Well a CMF box now on eBay is usually near retail with a bit taken off (used to be a lot cheaper to buy a box from a seller on eBay). I feel that is still too pricey for a box (I think 3.99 USD per pack is pricey in general but that is a whole 'nother thread)  so I have just assumed to get only a set of 16 at LEGO store, or build one via numerous retailers once they are out, and some extras. But that is just me. Target, Walmart, TRU, LEGO store, LEGOLAND Discovery Centers (which are not owned by LEGO), Walgreens, and I'm sure I'm missing some retailers (even 'Five below's near me had Simpsons series 2) all get these in and I presume that Series 14 will not be any different.

    If you MUST have three whole sets of the series (which I believe a box still has), and do not mind extras, a box may be worth it to you (and and the store will likely not let you buy a box), in which case you may want to look into getting a box off one of a couple of known CMF box sellers on eBay.  (Search for CMF 14 and you will likely find CMF 14 boxes for pre ordering; check their feedback, but I believe the guys who sell boxes have a LOT of feedback for selling these boxes).
  • oldtodd33oldtodd33 Member Posts: 2,678
    ^ I checked that earlier today and only came up with 2 sellers in eastern Europe.
  • madforLEGOmadforLEGO Member Posts: 10,757
    oldtodd33 said:
    ^ I checked that earlier today and only came up with 2 sellers in eastern Europe.
    There are two sellers in US that almost always get them (but I think they have to wait until 60 days before they can 'ship' them before listing on eBay, not sure about BL). They will likely be doing pre orders for the second run of the series.
  • SumoLegoSumoLego Member Posts: 15,216
    The Lego Store my limit your purchase to 32 CMFs at a time.
  • madforLEGOmadforLEGO Member Posts: 10,757
    SumoLego said:
    The Lego Store my limit your purchase to 32 CMFs at a time.
    The one I frequent limits to 16.
  • oldtodd33oldtodd33 Member Posts: 2,678
    ^ They won't let you take the empty box though. 
  • 77ncaachamps77ncaachamps Member Posts: 2,442
    Check with your local TRU for empty boxes.

    ive been able to get my series 13 and simpsons 2 boxes that way.
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