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Thank you, I really looking forward to it! Unlike most Norwegians I have not been in Billund yet, so I think I will stay a day exstra and go to Legoland answell :)
So if you in the future get a seat on the tour and you have not gotten the invoice within 1-2 weeks send a mail to a real person (not a auto-reply account) and ask for it ;)
As a reminder for the dimensions of the box: it fits 2x Ninjago City.
During our tour last September, they literally gave each person the box you can ship home and people dragged it around the store like a shopping cart as they filled it to the brim! They block off all the adult clothing and branded “wares” (like luggage) section, as that is not available for purchase.
The box fits two Ghostbuster House boxes. I was able to also sneak some road plates and base plates between the LEGO boxes inside the shipping box. Then, you head to the checkout counter and they scan everything and re-pack the box before taping it up. We got ours delivered VERY quickly. Only took a couple of weeks or less to get to the USA.
We did keep our black bag.
Also, if you are planning to bring back more via the plane- be sure to literally check an empty bag. There aren’t many stores in Billund to buy luggage. You’d likely have to drive out 30-45 minutes to a Bilka to buy luggage. Luckily, we flew out of Copenhagen, so we picked up a new suitcase to check on the way there.
I am unsure if I am driving or flying in.. Driving is boring and takes time, but no problem to fit all the Lego in the car. Flying is quicker, but there could be a problem to fit all the Lego in the bags..
I'm intending to arrive into Billund the evening of Tuesday September 10th (ready for the Wed morning start), and probably looking to leave Billund on Saturday 14th at some point, so I have a bit of time to look around Legoland and the Lego House by myself.
I made a spreadsheet that converted every $10 DKK from 0 on up to $1,000 USD. Helped me calculate how much I was spending pretty easily. Was very easy to calculate each item’s rough USD price. Important to note the local sales taxes, etc, are included in the price of each item. No unexpected surprises there.