LEGO 10216 Winter Village Bakery

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Re: LEGO 10216 Winter Village Bakery

Post by vynsane » Fri Jul 30, 2010 6:32 am

toystest wrote:
vynsane wrote:This looks like a really cute set - I bet my daughter will love it.
make sure to pick up one more to sell on bricklink in 6 months so you get your own set for free ;)
Heh, you think it will be that much of a hot-ticket item? What was the original price of Winter Toy Shop? It's sold for between $66 and $115 in the past six months.
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Re: LEGO 10216 Winter Village Bakery

Post by toystest » Fri Jul 30, 2010 6:38 am

vynsane wrote: Heh, you think it will be that much of a hot-ticket item? What was the original price of Winter Toy Shop? It's sold for between $66 and $115 in the past six months.
Suggested retail price was 59.99, so at 115 that's a 55$ profit. (brickset for 10199)

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Re: LEGO 10216 Winter Village Bakery

Post by vynsane » Fri Jul 30, 2010 6:53 am

toystest wrote:
vynsane wrote: Heh, you think it will be that much of a hot-ticket item? What was the original price of Winter Toy Shop? It's sold for between $66 and $115 in the past six months.
Suggested retail price was 59.99, so at 115 that's a 55$ profit. (brickset for 10199)
Yeah, but at $66 that's $6.01 profit... but I rounded up a couple fractions of a cent! ;)
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Re: LEGO 10216 Winter Village Bakery

Post by legitimatealex » Fri Jul 30, 2010 6:54 am

Beautiful set. I wish LEGO would release more seasonal themed sets. I imagine an autumn/fall set would be absolutely beautiful. Plus we'd probably get some nice plant colors.
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Re: LEGO 10216 Winter Village Bakery

Post by funnypeople » Sun Aug 01, 2010 8:30 am

Do you guys think lego will make the price higher for this set considering how well the toy shop sold?

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Re: LEGO 10216 Winter Village Bakery

Post by toystest » Sun Aug 01, 2010 8:52 am

funnypeople wrote:Do you guys think lego will make the price higher for this set considering how well the toy shop sold?
That does not seem to be what Lego does. I am guessing this set will be 59.99$ (us) just like the toy shop. Or maybe even 49.99 because it has less pieces.

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Re: LEGO 10216 Winter Village Bakery

Post by funnypeople » Sat Aug 07, 2010 10:48 am

I just hope they release the winter toy shop again. Piece it together with the bakery and it would be a perfect winter christmas scene.

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Re: LEGO 10216 Winter Village Bakery

Post by grogall » Thu Aug 12, 2010 11:15 am

Just added more views and a HR picture on eurobricks!

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Re: LEGO 10216 Winter Village Bakery

Post by Ice » Thu Aug 12, 2010 8:58 pm

Thanks again grogall. Here are the pictures. A 360 degree view for this set is available here.

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Re: LEGO 10216 Winter Village Bakery

Post by toystest » Fri Aug 13, 2010 6:23 am

Have they released the price yet?

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Re: LEGO 10216 Winter Village Bakery

Post by legitimatealex » Fri Aug 13, 2010 8:55 am

toystest wrote:Have they released the price yet?
No but assume $60-$80 as the possible range. It will most likely end up being the mean between those two.
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Re: LEGO 10216 Winter Village Bakery

Post by toystest » Fri Aug 13, 2010 9:12 am

legitimatealex wrote:
toystest wrote:Have they released the price yet?
No but assume $60-$80 as the possible range. It will most likely end up being the mean between those two.
I really don't think the price will be that high. 10199 (last years holiday set) has 815 pieces and is MSRP 59.99, which comes down to 7.4 cents per piece. I am going to assume that since they are both Holiday sets that Lego will want to keep them somewhat evenly priced. 10216 (this years holiday set) has 687 pieces at 7.4 cents a piece that would be around 50$ and change. My assumption would be the price will be between that 50$ and the 59.99 that the toy shop cost.

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Re: LEGO 10216 Winter Village Bakery

Post by Ice » Fri Aug 13, 2010 6:17 pm

Updated first post with LEGO's Description. Additional views can be found at Flickr. A youtube video for this announcement is available here.

US $54.99, CA $74.99, UK £49.99, DE €54.99
LEGO's Description

Return to yesteryear with this festive holiday scene!

It’s a winter wonderland in this snow-covered little town! A special-delivery evergreen, all ready for decorating, arrives at the tree-seller’s stand by horse-drawn cart, while ice skaters frolic on the frozen pond with colorful lights and a curious owl perched overhead. Just look out for the freshly-shoveled snow piles – one skater has already tumbled in head-first! At the bakery nearby, the friendly baker prepares delicious holiday treats in his oven and rings up sales at the cash register. Push the glowing LEGO Power Functions brick to fill the building with warm interior light! Includes 7 ½ minifigures, snow owl, horse and lots of winter accessories.

Includes 7 ½ minifigures as well as a snow owl and horse!
Features LEGO Power Functions light-up brick which lights the interior of the bakery when you push it!
Includes lots of fun winter accessories like a dark blue minifigure hood with new fur print!
Prepare holiday treats and ring up sales at the cash register!
Skate on the frozen pond made of 8x8 transparent blue plates!
Interesting elements include a camera, tan baguettes, croissants, green apple, 8x8 transparent blue plates, medium blue tiles and even a new caramel color for several brick and arch elements outside the bakery!
Features an evergreen tree for decorating, tree seller’s stand and even a horse-drawn cart!
Bakery measures 7: (18 cm) wide!
Completed model (depending on space allocated between the individual parts) measures 16" (40 cm) wide, 12" (30 cm) deep and 7" (18 cm) high!

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Re: LEGO 10216 Winter Village Bakery

Post by bluemitch » Fri Aug 13, 2010 9:41 pm

The $55 price tag is reasonable and what I was expecting. Good set and good price. Thumbs up.

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Re: LEGO 10216 Winter Village Bakery

Post by legohunter » Sun Aug 15, 2010 11:54 am

However, it is not reasonable for CA $74.99. :(

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