Today, Nintendo revealed the complete LEGO Super Mario lineup, with a whole new bunch of Expansion Sets and Character Packs being shown off for the very first time. They'll be joining the already revealed Starter Course and Power-up Packs, meaning there's an awful lot to buy.
Below, we've shared a list of every single LEGO Super Mario product that will be available to buy along with its retail price. At the bottom, we've totted everything up (in both USD and EUR) to reveal the grand total.
- LEGO Super Mario Adventures with Mario Starter Course (59,99 USD/EUR)
- LEGO Super Mario Guarded Fortress Expansion Set (49,99 USD/EUR)
- LEGO Super Mario Desert Pokey Expansion Set (19,99 USD/EUR)
- LEGO Super Mario Whomp’s Lava Trouble Expansion Set (19,99 USD/EUR)
- LEGO Super Mario Piranha Plant Power Slide Expansion Set (29,99 USD/EUR)
- LEGO Super Mario Boomer Bill Barrage Expansion Set (29,99 USD/EUR)
- LEGO Super Mario Mario’s House & Yoshi Expansion Set (29,99 USD EUR)
- LEGO Super Mario Toad’s Treasure Hunt Expansion Set (69,99 USD/EUR)
- LEGO Super Mario Bowser’s Castle Boss Battle Expansion Set (99,99 USD/EUR)
- LEGO Super Mario Thwomp Drop Expansion Set (39,99 USD/EUR - only at select retailers)
- LEGO Super Mario King Boo and the Haunted Yard Expansion Set (49,99 USD/EUR- only at select retailers)
- LEGO Super Mario Fire Mario Power-Up Pack (9,99 USD/EUR)
- LEGO Super Mario Propeller Mario Power-Up Pack (9,99 USD/EUR)
- LEGO Super Mario Cat Mario Power-Up Pack (9,99 USD/EUR)
- LEGO Super Mario Builder Mario Power-Up Pack (9,99 USD/EUR)
- LEGO Super Mario Character Packs (4,99 USD/3,99 EUR)
The Grand Total
Well, we hope you're sitting down.
If you wanted to buy just the Starter Course, Expansion sets, and Power-up Packs, the grand total would be $539.85 / 539.85€.
The Character Packs, which are actually blind bags, add some confusion into the mix. There are ten different characters to collect, but the character you'll receive in each pack is random, meaning you'd be very lucky to find all ten in your first ten packs. Assuming you manage to somehow collect all ten in your first ten packs, or if you manage to buy ten and trade spares with friends, that would add $49.90 / 39.90€ to your total.
That means you're looking at a minimum total spend of $589.75 / 579.75€. Wowzers.
If you do happen to be looking to buy a complete set - or maybe just one or two of your favourite pieces - you can find several buying options right here. Happy collecting!
After seeing engadgets review of the lego sets Im going to plop some money down.
This isnt just a lego set its a whole real life mario maker level with an app, in game scores on mario's chest, interaction with all of the game pieces and everything. This is way cooler than most of you are thinking.
@StevenH sir you are comparing two different things. Anybody who is entrenched in LEGO knows these price points are extremely common. If you love LEGO and Mario it’s a no brainer, but of course not too many people even want all these expansion sets so that 600 dollar price point will only hit collectors.
And collectors who do get everything are going to BANK when this becomes antique
@Strictlystyles Liking LEGO + liking Mario does not equate to liking this... stuff.
I was worried when you put “grand” total in the tagline. And then actually it was more than halfway there... ahaha...
@Strictlystyles Well yeah, Lego sets, but these are hardly Lego sets. You can't really build Mushroom Kingdom with these...
@Strictlystyles TBF, some of these sets are a bit overpriced, even for LEGO standards. The Whomp set contains 133 pieces, which would normally equate to around €13, but it is €20.
So great of them once again to think that $1 = €1. Would be nice to have actual real conversion rates for once.
I do want the Mario figure but the rest. meh.
@Daniel36 @Octane this is not the first time LEGO has produced a LEGO set that is more about Aesthetics than building. And licensed LEGO sets are always more expensive. See Star Wars or the simpsons. Plus this set is very technologically advanced, so its going to cost more.
@gcunit who said that? I said if you like Mario and buy into LEGO. Don’t make stuff up just because you’re not into LEGO. These things will sell to collectors, LEGO and non LEGO fans alike. Whether your understand it or not
Yikes. I like them but for this price...I don't know. Maybe I'll just get the set Yoshi is in. Or is he just in a blind bag too? Ugh I hate blind bags. Why does it have to be blind bags?
@StevenH I have absolutely zero interest in neither the PS5 or Series X. This seems like a better deal to me.
@StevenH you do know what website your on right? a lot of nintendo only fans really could care less about next gen. Even nintendo themselves arent concerned with next gen.
@StevenH Artificial Scarcity does not make sense.
How are you meant to make money by selling less.
Logically speaking, you are not selling more by selling less, you are selling less by selling less.
Wow for Nintendo toys these prices are outrageous. For comparison you can buy all the Super Smash Bros Ultimate amiibo for only, um, wait, carry the 1, and uh yeah about $900.
Lego here I come.
That TOAD set is EVERYTHING....I hope everyone will buy the Toad set!! Sure to become a highly sought after collectors item that one, trust me!
Licensed Lego is always very expensive.
May I ask, what exactly are you hyped for? What I see, is basically exactly the same since years, just better looking.
@Strictlystyles Is it cool factor worth €580 considering the price of a switch or the speculated price of the upcoming ps5/xbox
I wanted to get this but after seeing these prices, i will be waiting a few years!! If i even bother now!
I think nintendo are taking advantage of the fanboys again!
It looks cool though!
@StevenH you truly underestimate Nintendo gamers. Nintendo only gamers are a real thing and a lot of them on here. Its not hard to spot them either.
And here I thought the STAR WARS line was bad.
Could we just a Lego Mario game instead?
Cheeper than expected
@Mince first off I dont think you actually realize what the lego sets are about or what nintendo is trying to do with them. They are truly some really cool pieces of tech/toy. 580 is the expected price for a full set, and no one but a hardcore collector will even attempt. Its like saying "all sims expansion games will cost you x amount" or "buying all amiibos will cost you X amount" no ones really going to do that so i would stop harping on the price. most people will be fine with a starter set and a couple of sets.
@stevenH its not that they hate it they just like nintendo stuff and they dont play it. either because they are cheap or they just dont care for xbox and sonys type of gaming. You should expect a lot of people in here to not care much about next gen offerings from sony and Microsoft even if they have current gen systems.
nah thats a bit too much especially if some stuff is blind bags price goes higher trying get all.
Doesn’t make a difference to Wario, he’s good for the coins
So, based on your list, I assume you're playing games just for the tech?
I would be very surprised, if it would suddenly elevate gameplay.
@StevenH I do remember the Beanie Babies, in fact I own nearly a dozen of there stuffed cats.
Quite often a lot of fads have a lot of out there stores produced by the media.
Some true & others are out there media hype.
& quite often there are some truths to these stories.
They did used to regularly cycled through lines & retire old ones which would make less popular ones rare.
Theres also hopeful investors collecting them hoping they land a goldmine some stage down the stage.
Plus they used to sold then through small gift stores & such.
They did make more of the popular ones like Peep the Meerkat.
They also made big sized & giant sized version of the populart ones, like them making a big version of Peep.
If scarcity to blame here, then why did they get there & make bigger version of the popular ones.
If scarcity is a thing, then why is it so common to see Vintage Beanie babies on ebay so cheap.
It's because they never really had the value anyway.
Through all the crazy stories out there, there's never really anything that many of the beanie babies where really that rare to start of with.
Wow! So mech expensive! It would take me to buy them about 4 months!!!
The interaction thing is REALY cool! I love LEGO and this is interactive! But $589.75 is expensive! But I think it is worth it but I would like to buy it for 539$
@StevenH see, still underestimating nintendo fans. Theres a lot of them and youre fighting a losing battle trying to sell nex gen on a site where people are more hyped to hear about nintendos first party releases than pretty much, anything. They could be making a new animal crossing on a cardboard box and it would be more exciting to nintendo fans than next gen.
@ProNintendoFan that is the price for the whole set. when does anyone buy a whole set of anything? you couldnt fit that whole set on a table yet alone on the floor of your living room. Buy the starter kit, a few character packs and 1 or 2 expansion sets and that would appease most people. your average person is not even spending 200 dollars on this, but its definitely worth buying just to play around with it.
What if I'm not interested in any of them? They look alright but not what I wanted in a Mario set.
@Strictlystyles well I have to disagree, I can see full what this lego/nintendo sets are about (its like a physical Mario maker) its cool blah blah blah) but ultimately its lego sets!
Frankly its laughable you think you have some special insight into a children's toys.
You also missed the point I make entirely, its a discouraging price for someone who wanted to collect a few sets but cant justify collector prices.which is why I said I will wait for sales and it to become some-what cheaper!!
Overall the point is i find the prices discouraging therefore will wait for sales!
No hidden understanding of the product needed lol!! 😂😂😂
Those are definitely Lego prices for sure. If I had a kid I’d buy it, but I’m not sure why so many people are into this. Like anything with Lego it requires an extreme amount of imagination for this to be fun.
I’ll just keep to expand my SW Lego collection
@Strictlystyles Also disagree again, most adult would very much like the complete set, or at least all the ones that look great (which is usually 90%.
Comprising what will be more like Ornaments to action figures is not a great example.
Unless you are thinking the people complaining actually wanted them for their children or to be overly played with?
There more of a gimmick!
Love the big N and I love LEGO but this doesn’t feel like either of those things to me.
Mario is all about perfect execution of simple pick up and play family fun.
LEGO is all about encouraging your imagination and creating something unique and special.
This looks like a bastardized version of both ideas. Even if I could get all of this for $100 I’d still pass. I don’t need another box of stuff that I only used once.
Can’t wait to see the speedruns though.
The total price is huge, but...
a) pre-ordering from Lego gets you the starter pack and one set.
b) you don't need all of them
c) they are - very unusually - releasing these all at once. There is comfortably 12-18 months of releases for a standard licenced line here.
People are surprised LEGO is expansive... welcome on earth! I’m gonna buy everything tho
@StevenH see your still doing it. i didnt say hardcore nintendo fans. some people are casual nintendo fans but still mostly just play on thier switches and 3ds's. Its a considerable portion of the market actually and not just niche like your trying to make it out to be. Alot of them have current gen consoles but just dont care about next gen because they simply are going to pay into it. The only people that care about nex gen right now are the people who can afford to purchase it within the first two years, especially those currently entrenched in the switch ecosphere.
Its still the same simple pick up and play family fun of mario, but also with the creative building elements of lego, mixed in with mario maker creativity. I can see some people taking a bunch of different sets and making some ridiculous levels with it.
I would have been all over this if they had used traditional Lego Mini-figures! Part of the fun of Lego is being able to mix and match stuff from all kinds of sets and still having it look like it's part of the same toys.
But these Mario things look totally different, it doesn't work.
@Heavyarms55 remember its an interactive set, so it wouldn't have been a good idea to make it totally lego-ish. Since mario interacts with every piece, its better to just use the specific mario sets which you can still mix and match. you can also use your imagination and use other lego sets to construct background pieces that make the level more of your own. It definitely works.
That doesn't seem unreasonable.
I mean, not when held up against regular LEGO/Nintendo pricing.
and where do i purchase them? (rhetorical question) the expansion sets are not available on the Lego web site yet. it would be better to have them now, not later...
@Mince i dont have any special insight, because its obvious, most people are just missing the point entirely and only seeing "600$". this is not a discouraging price for anyone who has purchased a lego set before, the prices arent that uncommon and they already know they dont need or want all the sets, and i totally disagree with 90% of adults wanting the whole collection. I doubt most non collectors who are actually gonna build these will want even half of this collection.
@stevenw45 all the expansions arent available yet
@stevenH im not taking it personal, i buy all systems on day 1 so im not the type of person im talking about. im just telling you you dont seem to know your audience here talking about nex gen. You wont find many people who care on this site or any nintendo site/forum. I wouldnt brush them off as niche either, they represent a sizeable part of the gaming market.
NOW YOU"RE PLAYING WITH LEGO BRICKS!!!
So weird that you didn't list a price in £'s?
thanks for the reply. however, i wasn't expecting a response.
i know that all of the expansions aren't available yet, hence the rhetorical question.
(un)fortunately, they became available (to view, not to buy) on the Lego web site about 2 minutes after posting my comment earlier.
My biggest gripe is that King Boo A) doesn't have his LM2 design, and B) his set isn't inspired by Luigi's Mansion. It would've been so easy to make his set a scaled-down Luigi's Mansion.
I already spend quite a lot on my 100+ Amiibos, I'll definitely be getting at least half of the full set eventually.
This doesn't really surprise me since this is Lego we're talking about here. They're not exactly known for having good price points these days, even with their regular stuff. Not to mention you can't really play with these like most other Lego things, and...yeah...I might have been more interested in them if they had went the classic Lego route tbh.
I'm gonna get the Mario House regardless. For £25 it's a cool display piece and it comes with a Yoshi and Goomba. I may end up getting the Starter set eventually. But I would put the Mario House on my Nintendo shelves for sure.
lego needs to sort their prices out. i could make all of this out of basic bricks 10 years ago for a tenner
@Strictlystyles Ehhh I guess, but I still would have vastly prefered traditional mini-figures. I really really really love the variety of mini-figures throughout the history of Lego. Back when I lived at home, I used to buy lots of mini-figures from Ebay. And I used to love those "kits" they'd release which were glorified mini-figure packs. At one point I had probably 3 dozen Lego battle droids and a similar number of clone troopers and storm troopers.
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