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The LEGO Group have released an official statement regarding the LEGO set price increases in Western Europe.

The main point to take away from this statement is that LEGO have made the RRP more consistent throughout many Countries for 2022 with more sets NOT seeing price changes.

Of course there will be some sets that see the RRP fluctuate slightly depending on the set and country. North America will not see any of these changes.

Take a moment to read through the statement issued by LEGO below.

Official statement:

The LEGO Group has no plans to increase the recommended retail price (RRP) of its portfolio of products.

In Western Europe, we’ve taken steps to make RRP pricing more consistent across different countries from 2022. The RRP of the majority of LEGO sets will not change as a result of this. However, on a small selection of sets the RRP will either go down or up depending on the set and the country.

There are currently no plans to make such changes in other markets.

It’s important to note that the final price charged to shoppers is set by retailers, not the LEGO Group.

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