Round 3 started, these 5 sets have been produced

Update from 17 May 2022 at 19.30: It was faster than expected! After just over 20 minutes, the first five sets of the third round of the BrickLink Designer Program 2021 have already exceeded the 3000 pre-order mark and are therefore being produced. You can still pre-order them:

  • Diner from the 1950s for 109.99 euros, 1377 pieces in the shopping basket
  • Train station: Studgate for 339.99 euros, 4062 parts in the shopping cart
  • Winter Chalet for 169.99 euros, 2705 parts in the shopping cart
  • Mountain View Observatory for 269.99 euros in the shopping cart only 209.99 euros3889 shares in the shopping cart
  • Modular construction site for 269.99 euros, 3371 parts in the shopping cart

Update from 17 May 2022 at 19:00: The third and final round of the BrickLink Designer Program 2021 has just begun. Below we have listed all the corresponding sets for you. We have also created links to place each set directly in your shopping cart in the LEGO online shop, eliminating the annoying clicks.

  • Brickwest Studios for 289.99 euros, 3928 parts in the shopping cart
  • Diner from the 1950s for 109.99 euros, 1377 pieces in the shopping basket
  • Train station: Studgate for 339.99 euros, 4062 parts in the shopping cart
  • Winter Chalet for 169.99 euros, 2705 parts in the shopping cart
  • Working Waterfall for 189.99 euros, 2399 parts in the shopping cart
  • Rumtroopers! for 169.99 euros, 2670 parts in the shopping cart
  • Mountain View Observatory for 269.99 euros in the shopping cart only 209.99 euros3889 shares in the shopping cart
  • Steam Powered Science for 249.99 euros, 3403 parts in the shopping cart
  • Modular construction site for 269.99 euros, 3371 parts in the shopping cart

Initial post from 16 May 2022: It’s finally that time again: BrickLink Designer Program 2021 is finally starting its third and final round. It’s already starting tomorrow (17 May 2022) evening at 19.00 CET. Once again, you can choose from nine different designs, with the prices of the finished sets ranging from 109.99 to 339.99 euros – this is by far the most expensive round to date.

  • Brickwest Studios for 289.99 euros, 3928 parts in the shopping cart
  • Diner from the 1950s for 109.99 euros, 1377 pieces in the shopping basket
  • Train station: Studgate for 339.99 euros, 4062 parts in the shopping cart
  • Winter Chalet for 169.99 euros, 2705 parts in the shopping cart
  • Working Waterfall for 189.99 euros, 2399 parts in the shopping cart
  • Rumtroopers! for 169.99 euros, 2670 parts in the shopping cart
  • Mountain View Observatory for 269.99 euros, 3889 parts in the shopping cart
  • Steam Powered Science for 249.99 euros, 3403 parts in the shopping cart
  • Modular construction site for 269.99 euros, 3371 parts in the shopping cart

As always, only the five projects that first receive 3,000 pre-orders are actually implemented. In total, there is a maximum circulation of 10,000 pieces per. set, whereby each set can be pre-ordered at most once per. customer. If you pre-order a project that is not realized as a set, your order will be canceled and you will not incur any costs.

Payment is made via the LEGO online shop, so you can use all the means of payment available there. If you are a LEGO VIP member, you will also be credited with VIP points for your order, and you can also use your saved VIP points in the form of vouchers for payment. However, you do not qualify to receive GWPs with BDP sets, which is particularly annoying as there are currently two at the same time.

The BrickLink Designer Program 2021 Round 3 sets will most likely be shipped in late 2022 or early 2023, an exact date is not yet known (by the way, the sets from the second round will be shipped in the third quarter of 2022). Shipping is free and takes place from Europe. New, original LEGO bricks have been used for the sets, but as in the first round, there are no printed instructions, they are available digitally on LEGO’s website or in the building instructions app.

BrickLink Designer Program 2021 Round 3

Which third-round set design of the BrickLink Designer Program 2021 is your favorite? Which sets do you want to pre-order? Tell us in your comments!

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