Today we take a quick look at the two products that will be available from March 25, 2022 on the official online store and in LEGO Stores: the references 40527 Easter Chicks et 30583 Easter bunny. To be offered the small box of 318 pieces in "limited edition", valued by LEGO at 12.99 €, with the two chicks and the large decorated egg, it will be necessary to pay at least 65 € without restriction of range. The polybag of 75 pieces with the rabbit and its little egg will be a little more "accessible", it will be enough to spend 40 € without restriction of range, which is not a feat when you know the prices charged by LEGO.
These two products on the Easter theme seem rather successful to me, they deal well with the subject with simple but easily identifiable little animals. The large egg that accompanies the two chicks is nicely executed with the added bonus of being able to customize some of the exterior decoration via the inventory of parts provided. The object can also be opened to slide the two chicks into a half shell. The egg that accompanies the rabbit is more minimalist but it will not shock on the corner of a shelf in the company of the other elements provided here.
Should we therefore agree to pay a few sets at a high price to be offered these two small promotional products? It's for you to see. If you like this type of small thematic sets and you have a few late boxes, why not. If you plan to resell the set 40527 Easter Chicks to compensate for the fact that you pay for your products at the highest price on the market, it is also tempting. The two offers will be cumulative and valid until April 16 or while supplies last.
Note: The products presented here, provided by LEGO, are as usual put into play. Deadline fixed at March 26, 2022 next at 23:59 p.m. Just post a comment under the article to participate.
Update : The winner was drawn and notified by email, his nickname is indicated below.
Inesbrick - Comment posted the 26/03/2022 at 15:08
I don't work for LEGO®, I am not corrupted by LEGO®, I buy my LEGO® myself and what I am given, I offer it to the readers of the site.
For the rest, the owners of the respective brands mentioned on the site remain the owners and it is very well like that, blablabla ....
The fact that LEGO thrills by sending sets for reviews and other tests obviously does not influence my opinion on these products.
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