December 8, 2023

September 2019 LAN Haul

September is coming to a close, so the time has come to share my latest LEGO® set acquisitions. This batch is mostly compliments of the LEGO® Ambassador Network (LAN). I received three awesome kits in this shipment, two of which are fairly substantial. I also made a couple of purchases of my own. With out further delay, let’s take a look at my September 2019 LAN Haul.

September 2019 LAN Haul
My September 2019 LAN Haul.

To begin, the set that I am the most excited about the LEGO® Ideas Tree House (21318). I covered the official release of this set last summer. In that article, I talked a bit about my affinity for this set based on some of my childhood dreams. This tree house is epic, and I love that it comes with both summer and autumn foliage. Given that fall is now arriving in my neck of the woods, I might just build the seasonal variant first.

Click here to read more about the Tree House (21318).

Next up is the Jurassic Park: T. rex Rampage (75936). This set was announced back in June, and the Minifigures spoke to me immediately. Jurassic Park is one of my all-time favorite movies. I have loved the Jurassic World LEGO® sets, but to get the original, iconic park gates in a set is like a dream come true. Now, if only we could get a Visitor’s Center and a Ford Explorer…

Click here to read more about the Jurassic Park: T. rex Rampage set.

The final set included in the LAN portion of my haul is the Hidden Side Shrimp Shack Attack (70422). This set made my LEGO® wish list for its general applicability and MOC potential in my brick city. Additionally, I am curious about the AR aspect of Hidden Side. These sets will make fun Halloween season reviews, n’est pas?

Click here to read more about Hidden Side.

In addition to my LAN haul, I also made my own purchase earlier in the month. The LEGO® Store ran a freebie promotion in which you could get a small Hidden Side set. I already reviewed that freebie (the Newbury Juice Bar). However, in order to get it, I bought the Paranormal Intercept Bus 3000 (70423). I love the look of this set, and I think it will look great either as a proper school bus MOC, or a dilapidated bus in Apocalypseburg. This purchase also came with a BrickHeadz bee freebie, and the Paranormal Intercept Bus got me double VIP points.

Click here to read my Newbury Juice Bar review.

My LEGO® set purchases this month.
My personal LEGO® set purchases this month.

Finally, my impulse buy for the month was Unikitty’s Sweetest Friends EVER (70822). I was at Walmart, and this set was being liquidated for $5.00. That is 65% off. I wanted the ice cream cone character, and the price was good.

Unikitty's Sweetest Friends EVER!
Unikitty’s Sweetest Friends Ever!

What were your hauls this month? Also, I am torn about what set I should build first. So, please sound off in the comment below. I look forward to hearing from you!

Until next time,


p.s. I have a bit of a backlog of sets to build right now… so if there is anything you would like to see moved up the priority list, let me know! You can check out the pic below.

My backlog of sets to build…

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4 thoughts on “September 2019 LAN Haul

  1. You should definitely do the treehouse first. That’s the one I’m most excited about! This month, I saw a bunch of the Lego Mars mission sets on sale at Target, so I finally bought a bunch of those.

      1. The little space plane, the space shuttle, the space station, and the people pack. I’m really, really excited about the people pack. I remember what you said in your review about it not being super helpful for a Lego city, but I’m more interested in building a Lego space colony than a city, so I think the figures will be useful for me.

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