If you’re interested in finding out where to buy LEGO Minifigures from Series 25 then we’ll guide you through the best retailers both online and in-store.
The first place you’re going to be able to find LEGO Minifigures is through Amazon, especially if you’re in the US. Each of the best Minifigure Series’ throughout the years have now been retired, with LEGO Minifigures Series 25 the next to be released. Amazon is going to have the densest backlog of figures throughout the years, and it’s your best bet at collecting them all.
In person, LEGO stores are going to be your best bet at picking them up. Recent weeks have seen them displayed on shop shelves early, and collectors have already been found trying to trick the system with ingenious ways to find out what’s found inside without buying.
Buying LEGO Minifigures in the UK is going to be pretty similar to anywhere else in the world – Amazon should be your first port of call.
LEGO shops are your best shot in-store, though Minifigures Series 25 bags haven’t yet been spotted as early as the US.
On January 1st, local stores are going to be fully stocked, but you’ll have to act fast to secure your collectables.
Other retailers that stock LEGO Minifigures from Series 25
Other retailers are going to be stocking LEGO Minifigures from Series 25. It’s also going to be possible to pick them up from third-party vendors such as eBay, though I’d imagine these are going to be heavily gouged prices.
It’s unlikely that these retailers are going to stock LEGO Minifigures from Series 25 the moment that they release, though you’re still going to be able to pick up LEGO Star Wars, Indiana Jones, City, Space and more from them.
What retailer will have the cheapest LEGO Minifigures?
The cheapest place to pick up LEGO Minifigures is going to be from LEGO themselves. As the distributor and manufacturer, they’re generally always going to be sold at MSRP upon release date.
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