IKEA’s New LEGO Range Will Be Restocked Soon, So No Need To Chiong To Stores Yet

IKEA LEGO collection

UPDATE: IKEA has announced that their LEGO sets are currently sold out and will be restocked in March.

Let’s go to IKEA”, said half of Singapore on a fine Thursday morning. If you read news stories about the snaking queues at IKEA Tampines on 18th Feb 2021, you wouldn’t be shocked to know that it was caused by none other than the newly-launched LEGO collection, dubbed BYGGLEK.  

Don’t need to apply for emergency leave to rush to your nearest IKEA just yet: the collection will be launched online soon, so you’ll have plenty of time to get your hands on this rare collab.

Hardcore IKEA fans, here are some other articles for you:

Storage boxes to make clean-up fun

Image credit: IKEA

Those with kids would know how taxing it can be to have to clean up scattered toys day after day. But with BYGGLEK, that might just change when clean-up time becomes part of play time. 

Image credit: IKEA

The collection basically comprises storage boxes designed like classic LEGO bricks – you can stack and connect them in any way your imagination allows you to. And yes, that means you can attach even more LEGO bricks on top of these boxes to create fun designs to proudly display at home. 

Image credit: IKEA

There are four different items you can purchase: 

Read more!

  • A large box ($24.90)
  • A medium box ($19.90)
  • A set of three small boxes ($19.90)
  • A 201-piece BYGGLEK LEGO brick set ($24.90)

Display your child’s LEGO artwork by attaching it to the BYGGLEK boxes
Image credit: IKEA

All of the boxes come with lids, and you’ll easily be able to stow and organise your kiddo’s LEGO bricks and other toys by tossing them in. 

Get IKEA’s LEGO collection online and in stores

The IKEA x LEGO collection has evidently made waves across the nation, but if you’re looking to siam the queues, simply wait for it to launch online. You’ll have a good chance of getting your hands on these fun storage boxes and LEGO bricks, as IKEA is limiting purchases to three pieces per article, per customer. 

Image credit: IKEA

That’s not all – those who spend a minimum of $50 on the BYGGLEK collection at any of IKEA’s physical outlets can get their hands on a free 30359 LEGO CITY Police Water Plane. It’s limited to the first 200 customers per store, while stocks last. 

30359 LEGO CITY Police Water Plane
Image credit: LEGO

If LEGO was your childhood go-to for playtime, or if you’ve had one too many painful encounters with stepping on stray bricks in your home, the BYGGLEK collection might be your saving grace.

IKEA Tampines
Address: 60 Tampines North Drive 2, Singapore 528764
Opening hours: Fri – Sat 11AM-11PM | Sun – Thu 11AM-9PM
Telephone: 6786 6868

IKEA Alexandra
Address: 317 Alexandra Road, Singapore 159965
Opening hours: Fri – Sat 10AM-11PM | Sun – Thu 10AM-9PM
Telephone: 6786 6868 

Cover image adapted from: IKEA

Jessica Fang

Recent Posts

Which Is The Best Way To Get To KL? We Compare The Modes Of Transport So You Don’t Have To

Headed to Malaysia's capital over 1 of the 5 long weekends in '24? Don't worry,…

December 5, 2023

10 New Cafes & Restaurants In Dec 2023 – Tim Hortons, Swordfish Sandos In Katong & Foie Gras Bao

Don't need to queue up at Saizeriya already; #6's got a free-flow drink bar too

December 5, 2023

7 Family-Friendly Things To Do In Da Nang In 2023 That Are Not Ba Na Hills & The Golden Bridge

From thrilling amusement park rides to island hopping, this coastal town has plenty to offer.

December 5, 2023

12 Prettiest Xmas Displays In Singapore So You Can Pretend You’re In A Hallmark Holiday Movie

It's the most wonderful time of the year indeed. Check out these Christmas lights and…

December 5, 2023

8 Best Destinations In Asia To Celebrate Christmas With Unique Decor & Pretty Light-Ups In 2023

Europe isn't the only place with elaborate Christmas markets and festivities.

December 4, 2023