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I believe each brand store received one box of 30 of each so they will be sold out in most of them.
There are loads of them on ebay, some people saying these are rare, each store only had an allocation of 30 or 50 bags, etc. Combined with the book promo they are probably a nice little earner.
I imagine most of them have gone to scalpers but I would be highly surprised if LEGO only did an incredibly small run of them. They look like the sort of thing that will be produced in their 1000s if there proves to be a market for them.
No doubt some people will pay over the odds for them thinking that they are rare.
Like others have said, I really hope that LEGO will produce large numbers of these polybags and that it will be the beginning of a new line with accessory packs for many themes.
Which store is this? Is it the Anaheim one in Downtown Disney? I don't understand why the stores are sitting on this when others like Glendora and Costa Mesa have been selling them since Thursday.
Pleasanton in the San Francisco Bay Area.
Sorry for the Dutch link, but you’ll get the gist I reckon. Guess this one will be a little less cheap then the others, but still nice even if this one is more aimed at little kids.
£2.99 each! Definitely a good way to make up orders that need to reach a promotional threshold.
As for the Xtra polybags, there is no LEGO store around here, but if they become available from the online store or other stores, I definitely want them, as I could use more scenery stuff. Road signs would have been nice as well.