New LEGO Trading Cards Now At Toys R US

Earlier this year Sainsbury’s unleashed a collectable phenomenon in the form of a LEGO themed trading card collection in stores across the UK. Now Toys R Us are getting in on the action with their own LEGO trading card collection. Unlike the Across the World Collection released by Sainsbury’s, the Toys R Us collection covers the five core LEGO themes, namely LEGO City, LEGO Friends, LEGO Elves, The LEGO NINJAGO Movie and LEGO NEXO KNIGHTS. Because of this the art style is a little mismatched. LEGO City, NINJAGO and NEXO KNIGHTS all use the standard LEGO characters and sets on the cards, where as the Friends and Elves cards have the illustrated artwork.

Cards are available in packs of 4 for 50p each, you’ll also get a pack free with every £10 spent on LEGO. The collector album can also be purchased for £1.99. You’ll find the both the cards and collectors album in Toys R Us stores now. There are a number of LEGO promotions currently available at Toys R Us, all of which you can check out here.

Enter the world of LEGO with this fantastic album for your LEGO Collector trading cards!  Now you can keep all of your precious LEGO trading cards in one place! Featuring characters and figures from all of your favourite LEGO themes, these cards are a must have for all LEGO fans, young and old!  Collect them all!

Enter the world of LEGO with these fantastic LEGO Collector trading cards.  Featuring characters and figures from all of your favourite LEGO themes, these cards are a must have for all LEGO fans, young and old!  Collect them all!

Author: Adam White

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  1. How many in the full set, as I have 40 already

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