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What's on your Christmas Wish List?

Lego_Nerd98Lego_Nerd98 Member Posts: 235
edited December 2015 in Collecting
Sing along: "ALL I WANT FOR CHRISTMAS, IS.....
Jolly old St. Brick is comin' to town!

What Lego set do you want to see under the tree with your name on it?



  • SuperTrampSuperTramp Member Posts: 1,021
    edited December 2015
    LE Batpod.

    Sorry we found an extra one,
    Lots of love from Lego. 
  • JudgeChuckJudgeChuck Member Posts: 1,576
    My other half amazed me the other day by offering to buy me a modular... I nearly choked on my cocoa!
    One Palace Cinema, please!
  • tecjamtecjam Member Posts: 255
    I guess I'll be buying my own - in fact I already have - for the past 8 months! =o
  • PaperballparkPaperballpark Member Posts: 4,260
    I never ask for Lego, as I always know where or how to get it cheaper than my friends and family can. I therefore tend to buy all my Lego myself, and ask for other stuff for Christmas instead :)

    I normally keep a set for building on Christmas day though. In previous years that's been the Winter Village set, but this year it'll be the Temple of Airjitzu :D
  • rampantsullyrampantsully Member Posts: 76
    A few gift cards so i can get Ghostbusters HQ on New Years day.

  • Lego_Nerd98Lego_Nerd98 Member Posts: 235
    @Paperballpark that's a great idea! I should save a big set to open and build for the first time on Christmas day. Or maybe build one or two of my old sets.

    I wish they had Bricklink gift cards.....
  • BuriedinBricksBuriedinBricks Member Posts: 1,367
    edited December 2015
    Similar boat as @Paperballpark. I always feel a little guilty when family buys me LEGO, since I know they probably paid RRP for it. I'm still really happy to receive it, but I don't usually seek it out on gift lists. When I do put items on, it's usually IDEAS or exclusive sets that never see discounts.

    Still, I would not complain if any of the following appeared under the tree:
    -UCS Slave I
    -Ferris Wheel
    -Doctor Who
  • YodaliciousYodalicious Member Posts: 1,366
    I never ask for it either. I actually did once, but didn't get it. So I stopped. I'm fine with that. I like the hunt on my own anyway. My son did get me a police helicopter polybag for Father's Day, though he was 2 at the time and as soon as I built it he asked if he could play with it. It's been in his LEGO bin ever since.
  • AdelecAdelec Member Posts: 171
    I actually wanted the 2 new frozen sets, but they are not out in the UK until the 26th dec. How crazy is that!
  • Lego_Nerd98Lego_Nerd98 Member Posts: 235
    Yeah, I buy more Lego for other people than the other way around. I always ask for Legos, but never expected and still don't expect much, as I have 7 siblings and a dad in the military.

    Doesn't hurt to try, though!
  • dragon114dragon114 Member Posts: 642
    getting the lego ferris wheel and the kwik e mart
  • LostInTranslationLostInTranslation Member Posts: 5,572
    I will only be receiving Lego from my Brickset Secret Santa but that's OK because I have a very long build queue already. (I built 3 Scooby Doo sets yesterday and still haven't really made a dent in it!) 

    Plus I had my Christmas "present"  of a few new sets to review so I'm not exactly Lego-deprived :-) 
  • LordmoralLordmoral Member Posts: 920
    My list: 
    Pick a Brick, First Order Tie Fighter, Poe Dameron X-Wing, Indominous Rex Escape and Dilophosaurus Ambush.
  • BrickDancerBrickDancer Member Posts: 3,639
    edited December 2015
    Because my gf is so prone to saying "No", I'm definitely & defiantly asking for multiple Lego sets from her for Christmas. Nothing else will be on the list but Lego. I can buy my own darn ugly sweaters. Check mate luv!

    UCS Slave-1 & TIE Fighter to complete my UCS theme again.
  • madejp86madejp86 Member Posts: 287
    Ohh the tumbler please lol
  • SithLord196SithLord196 Member Posts: 1,161
    An electric griddle would be nice.

    I shall use that fact to point out that I have therefore officially reached adulthood.

    Lego wise, I would love to get the UCS TIE Fighter.
  • chuxtoyboxchuxtoybox Member Posts: 711
    All I want for Christmas is set  #70738  Final Flight of Destiny's Bounty to go with my  #70751 Temple of Airjitzu and my #70728 Battle for Ninjago City.

    It is literally the only thing I want for Christmas. If I don't get it I'm buying it.
  • MrJ_NYMrJ_NY Member Posts: 592
    edited December 2015
    I would never ask for Lego as a gift (They'd pay too much-the box will have a crease),so instead I'll be driving 150 miles round-trip on Jan 1st to the Lego Store to pick up my 10251 Brick Bank. I will also be dashing thru the snow & laughing all the way...home
  • matticus_bricksmatticus_bricks Member Posts: 651
    If I ask for Lego, it is usually something specific I know there won't be any deals on anyway. This year, I've asked for the Doctor Who IDEAS set. I know it's been back ordered, so hopefully it will arrive in time for Christmas!
  • Lego_Nerd98Lego_Nerd98 Member Posts: 235
    edited December 2015
    @MrJ_NY 150 miles? Woah.....
  • Toc13Toc13 Member Posts: 1,144
    I've been mostly  buying  my own this year because I know where & when to get things. One of the side-effects of having specialised hobbies.
  • RomanticWarriorRomanticWarrior Member Posts: 248
    The older police station (not the swamp one), Antman set.  That's about it as far as LEGO.
  • cheshirecatcheshirecat Member Posts: 5,331
    All the stuff that I got my kids for christmas that they later changed there mind on. Quite happy with the ferris wheel though.
  • VorpalRyuVorpalRyu Member Posts: 2,318
    edited December 2015
    Our little mister six was so cute when he went to see Santa, he asked him for the set dad put on Ideas Lego, guessing it's the result of explaining to him it's not looking likely just before he went to see the big guy.

    As for me, unless I'm asking my wife for it, I don't tend to ask for Lego, as no-one else will willingly get me it. Unfortunately, I've got all the currently released MARVEL sets a part from the Hulk poly & we don't get the MARVEL polybags here...
  • Jern92Jern92 Member Posts: 889
    If it was a true 'wish' list it'd be a mile long, with things like the Green Grocer and the Taj Mahal on it. But to stay practical, I have asked my boyfriend to simply give me some money to go towards my next purchase; the Ghostbusters Headquarters. Works for him, because we'd build it together anyway (and I'll be paying 90% of the price!) :-P
  • samiam391samiam391 Member Posts: 4,486
    Same as @Paperballpark , I don't really ask for LEGO for Christmas as I know I can get it cheaper elsewhere. However, I do appreciate the small 100 piece sets that relatives give me... while the building experience isn't very exiting, I absolutely cherish the sentimental value of them.

    Every Christmas I do treat myself with a very large MOC build... this year I'll be working on a 10,000 piece Helm's Deep MOC (2/3rds of it) and a 5,000 piece Neushwasntein Castle, Germany. Typically, I only do one project, but I could not resist double dipping this year.
  • sweetness34sweetness34 Member Posts: 406
    Hopefully some gift cards so I can buy the ghost busters HQ and brick bank sets.
  • oldtodd33oldtodd33 Member Posts: 2,680
    My wife will get me a larger more expensive set and relatives will get me a few Lego gift cards so I can buy what I like. Then I'll go to the Lego store on the 1st and get GBHQ for a bit less.  A very predictable scenario but nice none the less. 
  • brumeybrumey Member Posts: 1,002
    winter tires, new entry door for my flat, TRX THUD RUMBLE, moonshine recordings vinyls, dub siren, fix my home heating and finally workforce for sorting my ever growing lego brick collection
  • tecjamtecjam Member Posts: 255
    Is it normal for a store to actually open on the first of january where you are at?

    Else making a trip to the store on the 2nd or 4th might be a wiser decision.
  • MrJ_NYMrJ_NY Member Posts: 592
    edited December 2015
    @tecjamIt takes a lot to close a store in the USA & unfortunately quite normal for stores to be open on Holidays.NY eve they will close a bit early but in general the next day it's business as usual. "store Hours Friday, January 1st
    11:00am-5:00pm" so it's open about 1/2 the day.
  • brumeybrumey Member Posts: 1,002
    i live in a rural little town in austria in the center of europe. the next picka brick wall is a 2 hour drive.

    stores are closed from 24th midday to 11th of january!
  • tecjamtecjam Member Posts: 255
    Yes, our overly christian countries are far away from working on sundays or holidays.
    I do wish supermarkets would open sundays, though.
  • brumeybrumey Member Posts: 1,002
    sometimes on weekends when we are hungry in the night (after sorting or watching a flick) we drive for half an hour to the next 24/7 gas station to get anything to eat!

    we also dont have jelly beans, whihc is really tough
  • mpfirnhabermpfirnhaber Member Posts: 65
    Old & rare 2x4 bricks :)
  • monstblitzmonstblitz Member Posts: 653
    Lego Ewok Village.  Definitely felt guilty asking for it, but since my son would love it I told my mom it would make a perfect present for both of us.  I also have never seen any kind of deal on this set, so I don't think I can get my hands on it any cheaper than she could. 
  • All_That_RocksAll_That_Rocks Member Posts: 646
    As someone just coming out of my Dark Age I have asked for Lego off most of my family. In most cases I have made the purchase on their behalf (so I can get VIP points, EBay purchases etc) and given them to wrap for me (without me looking at them at all). So here's what I have coming my way:

    UCS Tumbler
    Ghostbusters ECTO-1
    Dr Who
    EXO Suite
    Gingerbread House (freebie)

    Lego Collectors Guide Vol 2
    Mining Customisation 2

    Lots of back Issues of Blocks

    Should keep me busy for a little while :)

  • BumblepantsBumblepants Member Posts: 7,537
    I will just enjoy my kids enjoying their new Lego. And I hear rumors of a local shop doing 30% off everything in late January so I might get myself something then from the 2016 sets.
  • brumeybrumey Member Posts: 1,002
    if i could choose 2 sets for me as a christmas present i would take:
    #4182 cannibal escape
    #79117 turtle lair invasion

    those 2 sets are just too damn cool!
    i ll bricklink them if i have money left after buying my TRX THUD RUMBLE.

    DUB is my friend!

  • khmellymelkhmellymel Member Posts: 1,313
    I usually ask for "any Creator, Marvel or Star Wars set under £20" (even if I already own it they would be great for parts or figs), but the fam thinks the whole Lego thing is a bit strange and I actually never get any sets (my boyfriend does get me the odd minifig for my stocking).

    I generally don't ask for anything else, I don't need anything and would rather buy for others, especially the wee children.  It's definitely the most Christmasy bit!  My 18 month old niece in particular is racking up quite a pile this year, I might have gotten a little carried away...  
  • piratemania7piratemania7 Member Posts: 2,146
    I will probably put a Pirate set or two under the tree, yes, after I take down from the shelf and wrap and put a nice tag on it that says "from Santa".  At least I can act surprised and then open. build and display, right? RIGHT??
  • Bosstone100Bosstone100 Member Posts: 1,431
    I pretty much bought everything I wanted. I do put Creator animal sets on there. I've been buying three of each so I don't have to take anything apart. Still need a few of those so through them on my Amazon wishlist.
  • FodderFodder Member Posts: 351
    If I don't get a real-life human sized BBQ from my wife, I'll be getting the Kwik-E-Mart.
  • DNADNA Member Posts: 89
    The only thing I have on my wish list is a box of scotchmallows but I found my gift two days ago. I went into the attic looking for some extra Christmas lights and saw a Lego bag in a clear crate off to the side. Technic Mercedes-Benz Arocs 3245. I spend time admiring that set every time I'm at the Lego store. 
  • ryjayryjay Member Posts: 1,001
    3 kids and none of them have any legos on their list :(  
    I'm just waiting for the bank, but the interest is kinda waning as I'm the only one showing interest.
  • joeejoee Member Posts: 42
    ryjay said:
    3 kids and none of them have any legos on their list :(  
    I'm just waiting for the bank, but the interest is kinda waning as I'm the only one showing interest.

    Im in the same boat 2 boys and neither wants lego!  I'm hoping for the Mill Village Raid.

  • SithLord196SithLord196 Member Posts: 1,161
    I got my fiance the Pegasus Sleigh from Elves and will most likely also be getting her the Bakery from that theme and Elsa's Ice Palace.

    Last year she got me the Palace Cinema. I don't generally ask for any sets though, as my tastes for sets have grown well past what I want anyone spending on me.
  • madejp86madejp86 Member Posts: 287
    well I can cross off the tumbler off my list for xmas, getting it for the birthday a week earlier. Hmm the palace would be a good sub
    #10179.....(sigh)......but I doubt I have been that good!  Wish I had bought it back in Florida when I first saw it and had it in my hand in the Lego store at Downtown Disney.
  • piratemania7piratemania7 Member Posts: 2,146
    As long as it is a happy and healthy one, I don't care what is under that green tree.
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