LEGO NINJAGO Movie Stickers Out Today

The official sticker collection for The LEGO NINJAGO Movie is now available, this new collection features characters, vehicles and scenes from these new movie, which hits UK cinemas on October 13th. Single sticker packs cost 50p and contain 5 stickers, these are available at all good retailers, however the sticker book is a little more tricky to track down. It appears to be a Sainsbury’s exclusive item so will only be available from selected Sainsbury’s and Sainsbury’s Local stores. However you’ll get a free The LEGO NINJAGO Movie Stickers Album with copies of the new LEGO Magazine Special coming next month.

 

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  1. Where can I buy the ninjago movie sticker pls?

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    • You should find them in all WHSmith high street stores, Sainsbury’s Supermarkets and selected newsagents

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  2. Hi I have just been informed by my local Sainsbury’s that this promotion has ended! I have a distraught son with autism who has only collected about 100 of the 228 stickers! Do you know if this has ended in all uk stores? I can’t justify 50p per sticker to complete his book. Many thanks.

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    • The stickers are on sale until 8th January 2018, due to limited space in Supermarkets they seem to stop selling stickers and collectables early. You’ll still find them in WHSmith high street stores and independent newsagents right up until Jan 8th or while stocks last.

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  3. Sticker album only goes up to sticker number 208? But apparently has 228 stickers?

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    • I’m told it’s to do with the included poster. But will follow up with the publisher.

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  4. Hi! Im having trouble finding the sticker album – should it still be available until Jan 2018? Thank you.

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    • It is a Sainsbury’s exclusive and should be on sale in selected stores until January 8th or while stocks last

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  5. Stay away from it. This is done by Hubert Media not the well known Panini brand. Despite only having been released 10 weeks go you can’t get the stickers anywhere, they are not on Hurbert Medias website now and when I spoke to several WH Smith stores all told me they were told to send stock back several weeks ago. Am going to raise with the publisher and Lego – disgraceful when it comes to kids who use their pocket money to get a few packs a week. Worked out my son has bought on average 3 packs a week (28 packs) since launch and has filled less that half the album and now I can’t get any packs anywhere.

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    • As employee of WHSmith I can 100% say no stores have recalled the stickers and they aren’t recalled until Dec 27th. However they are out of stock from the wholesaler, so if stores have sold out they will not get anymore stock. We’ve also contacted the publisher who has said the stickers remain on sale until the same date and you’ll be able to order additional stickers from them early next year.

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    • Hi. I got some packs of stickers from WHSmith in Oldham but I’ll have to return them because I cant find the sticker album anywhere! Ive emailed Sainsburys twicd and no reply!

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  6. Thanks for the insight Adam, that’s really helpful. It’s still going to screw kids over though. If they’re being recalled on the 27th but they remain out of stock until after that date then we all get fleeced with high ‘per sticker’ charges from the publisher (which also means the retailers lose out) or, if they do come in just before the date, we end up bulk buying. Seems to have been really poorly handled by the publisher. I would have thought that in instances like this they would push back the recall date.

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    • They have sold extremely poorly and to be fair to the publisher this is their first ever UK sticker collection, but it’s never good if people can’t complete collections. Hopefully lessons will be learnt from this but I doubt we’ll be seeing any further LEGO sticker collection beyond these.

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  7. Has anyone found stickers anywhere yet?

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    • Stick in WHSmith stores for a few more days, and you can now order direct from publisher

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      • So I had a lot of dialogue with the publisher on this. They actually raised my stock concerns and have extended distribution until March. They also informed me in advance of the price point for additional stickers. I replied and informed them that the price point was shocking – compared to Panini they charge 300% more for additional stickers, it’s unjustifiable. They were sympathetic and said they would feed back my concerns but clearly that has made no difference. I wouldn’t let my kids collect stickers from any publisher other than Panini at this point, and will be writing to Lego about their choice of partner on this. Will also set up a swap group on Facebook when I get time, as it’s dreadful that they are charging this amount of money.

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        • Swapping on facebook is a great idea Si!

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    • I got some from WH Smith in the 1st week of Jan. I havent looked since.

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  8. Sorry, took me a week or so to get around to this. i have now created a Facebook group for swaps – I have over 160 swaps! Search Facebook Groups for ‘Lego Ninjago Movie Stickers Swap Shop’

    Si

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