01 July 2024

LEGO® Pick a Brick: new elements added in July 2024

Posted by Admin

We've been advised that starting sometime on Monday 1 July 2024, LEGO® Pick a Brick (PaB) will be adding new elements from March 2024 sets to the service. They may take some time to appear in all territories, and some might appear as being out of stock.

EDIT: Most parts have appeared; the grey goat will appear sometime on 3 July.

View the list of new PaB elements for July 2024 


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Alternatively, here are some helpful quick links we've created that take you immediately to Pick a Brick to search for elements you may be especially interested in. If the search doesn't return what you're looking for, the elements might not yet have been uploaded in your territory.

Also, if you haven't yet seen what elements were added to PaB in June, click here.


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24 comments:

  1. Woah, the long-awaited return of part 2877, the 1x2 brick w grooves, in dark green? This was only in the BNSF train from ‘04 and I don’t think it’s in any general sets (though I did see it in this years Inside Tour set). Great to have this back at a cheap price!

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    1. Good call! Thanks for flagging.

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    2. It's in 60422 from June (depending on region)

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  2. Shout out to whoever is responsible for that cute thumbnail! Arranging all those parts so nicely is a lot of work for something most people will just click through!

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    1. Thanks Andrew! It was easier than it looks! (Tim)

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  3. All parts of this list are currently not available on pick a brick. Why?

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  4. Every part seems to be available in Germany right now, only the Tax collector's legs and the grey goat are not listed yet. :/

    Thanks so much for this list as usual!

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  5. Seems there’s no luck for piece 6476624 on the US site

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    1. We hope to receive an update on what's happening and will let you know

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  6. I've heard some areas were able to buy the goat, then it was taken down. Any confirmation that the goat is still intended to be added today?

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    1. We are hopeful of receiving an update from TLG, hopefully today, but at this stage we don't know

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    2. The goat will be added on 3 July. Presumably in the morning, Central European time.

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    3. Any idea on if all regions will be added at the same time, or if North America will be added in its morning?

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  7. I think they sort their parts by time added to the database, instead of release date, meaning that it's pointless to sort by date now, a lot of the new parts are way behind.

    Also they've added an unprinted 5095 in light grey, which is cool as it can't be found anywhere else (they did that for other wedges from Speed Champions in the past), but no sign of a light grey 5093 yet.

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  8. Ooh, found some PAB exclusives (I think)! 6498843 (2442) and 6498917 (2438) in black. Which aren't in any sets yet to my knowledge.

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    1. I was just about to ask if anyone thinks these are plain or printed parts, as they don't come up if you input the Kawasaki Bike, but the new pistons etc from the same set that got added to the the PAB wall this month do.

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  9. I ordered x6 goats on july 1st for my medieval display here in the US and just got that amount refunded to me. Did they remove the goat piece or is it coming back? Really hope it comes back :(

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  10. Here in the Netherlands (Europe) the goat is now available, for 5,75 euro.

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  11. Lego saw how much the goat is wanted, and ingress the price from 0,65 euro to a 5,75 euro. I thought the goat was out of stock, but now I see that Lego just wanted to see how much it will sell. This is so wrong to do this. And why don't Lego set a max amount on this part for exemple 25x? Lego does this also with high demend sets. It's also limited to 1 or 3.

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    1. The first pricing was obviously a mistake, judged by the pricing for other animals.

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    2. The white chicken was for a very long time 0,40 or 0,49 euro. The are now 3,56 euro. Lego is for sure looking at the sales numbers of the parts and increase the price for that part. There was also a time that differents between colors doesn't matter in price. But that is also not the case anymore.

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  12. I just saw the the overall design for parts on Pick-A-Brick was changed, and the images now look more glossy and 3D. I guess the design change might have been facilitated by some application or AI enhancements, to be quickly implemented across the board.

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    1. Ah wonderful! Also note if you view one element you can rotate it

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