New LEGO parts

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What are the latest LEGO® bricks? What new printed pieces are there? Which elements now come in new colours? Which LEGO sets do new parts come in, and which contain the most? We've developed resources with TobyMac from Rebrickable to answer these important questions! 

Go straight to the latest list: September 2023

Where can I get new LEGO® bricks?

Whether you need loose LEGO elements for a building project or as replacement parts, there are two main options.

  • People buy LEGO sets and "part them out" to sell brick by brick on third-party websites, at a price set by the seller. The best-known sites for this are BrickLink and BrickOwl. You can search their catalogs of parts to find brand new (or used) pieces from sellers all around the world. 
    • The very newest LEGO parts can take time to appear on these sites because they rely upon the community adding them to the site, and administrators approving them.
    • You can also find old bricks on these sites too, including discontinued LEGO moulds and printed pieces. 
  • LEGO® Pick a Brick (follow our affiliate links to USA UK Australia – we may earn a small fee) is the official loose brick service from The LEGO Group. Parts are often cheaper than the third-party sites mentioned above; sometimes not! You can search their catalog to find "Bestsellers" which are faster to receive, or "Standard" which can take much longer. 
    • The newest parts take a minimum of three months to be added to Pick a Brick.
    • Some parts take longer to be added, and some parts - especially ones featuring designs from licensed IPs like Disney and Marvel - are never added.
    • Once bricks go out of production, they are removed from Pick a Brick.

Lists of the newest LEGO bricks


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