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    1. JCC1004 38 months ago | reply

      Is one the with the smaller box really once cent more expensive?

    2. julencin2000 38 months ago | reply


      So, is LEGO finally making smaller boxes? Thanks Ole Kirk. It would be nice that, in addition, smaller boxes cost less.

    3. cowbug81 38 months ago | reply

      No, same price, I moved the bigger box from its spot on the shelf to the spot next to the little box for the picture, $24.96 is Battle of Naboo's price tag.

    4. Brucewaynelego-Toyshansolo 38 months ago | reply

      Cool...i hope they do it with every Theme....Worldwide...for collectors its much better to have smaller boxes ;-)

    5. julencin2000 38 months ago | reply

      Well, nevertheless, it's nice to see LEGO taking care of the waste, the environment, and so.

    6. to_animate 38 months ago | reply

      the only reason why they had larger boxes, is to push competitors off the shelf and to make the size appear to justify the price point

    7. Jammiedodger714 38 months ago | reply

      I'm glad LEGO are being more responsible!

      On a plus, there's something oddly retro about this change!

    8. eurobrickZzz 38 months ago | reply

      is it thicker?

    9. Joel.Baker 38 months ago | reply

      Just speculation: With LEGO dominating the construction toy market, it may be that they are able to sell more product if stores are able to stock higher quantities of individual sets AND replenish stock on hand in advance (ie no more going to 3+ stores to find they are all sold out of that set you'd been wanting)

    10. Fat Tony 1138 38 months ago | reply

      Which Walmart was this picture taken?

    11. Jcc2224 38 months ago | reply

      'Bout time. I'm tired of all this Danish air in my boxes. Also, I think they should of done this earlier, but they kept them big to make it look like you're getting more for your money. (when I got the Imperial V-wing, it didn't look like $20 USD to me, but the box did, see?)

    12. Evan345 38 months ago | reply

      Stocking will be so much easier.. yay!

    13. Slayerdread 38 months ago | reply

      I was just at my local LEGO store (MA/USA) and pretty much their entire inventory was replaced with smaller boxes. It is one of the few stores LEGO is testing out the new box sizes.

    14. FoxPrimus 38 months ago | reply

      I totally agree to the smaller sizes! When I was working at a Toy'R'Us I was stupified by how small my StarWars display always was and really... that's one of their top sellers!

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