It wouldn’t be Christmas without bloggers rolling out the gift guides, and lucky for you, I’m… no different 😉 and of course it wouldn’t be OneDadOneBlog if we didn’t have a LEGO Christmas Gift Guide for your viewing.
My gift guide is made up of several sets both H and I would love to have (hint hint Mrs F/Santa) as well as some sets we’ve been able to play with thanks to our recent visit to the new LEGO Leicester Square store we recently previewed as well as a couple of sets we already own and love playing with.
Ranging from £2.95 up to the nearly £300 there is definitely a range of sets to suit everyone whether new to LEGO, young, AFOLs or looking to nab a limited edition collection, all of them perfect for a Christmas present. I’ve also done some of the leg work for you too as I’ve searched the web for the (current) cheapest places to source them too [disclaimer: all prices were taken on a set day with no consideration of any sign up / cash back etc offers)
LEGO Minifigures – Series 16 – 71013 (£1.99 – Amazon)
LEGO City – Volcano Exploration Base – 60124 (£49.97 – George at Asda)
LEGO Ghostbusters – HQ – 75827 (£247.49 – John Lewis)
LEGO Friends – Amusement Park Roller Coaster – 41130 (£64.97 – George at Asda)
LEGO Star Wars – Imperial Assault Hovercraft – 75152 (£27.00 – Debenhams)
LEGO Classic – Large Creative Brick Box – 10698 (£27.99 – Tesco Direct)
LEGO – The Beatles Yellow Submarine – 21306 (£49.99 – LEGO store)
LEGO Technic – Bucket Wheel Excavator – 42055 (£142.95 – Jadlam Toys & Models)
LEGO Minecraft – The Farm – 21114 (£19.99 – Smyths Toys)
LEGO – The Disney Castle – 71040 (£289.99 – LEGO store)
So those are my top 10 LEGO Christmas Gift Guide selection, do you have any of your own which you’re eying up hoping the big man will drop them off on Christmas Day? If so, leave them in the comments and I’ll be sure to check them out.
Until next time
NB: I have not been asked to produce a gift guide, no am obligated in any way and have done so due to being a massive fan…. and to give Mrs F a hint or two…