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LEGO Mini Figures: The Lazy Way to Collect Waves 7 & 8

Sure, you could download a guide for the “secret” bump codes on the back, or harness your blindfolded hand sensation Jedi trick to feel your way through packages to determine the difference between a bride mini figure and a bulbous cactus head mini figure … frankly, I never could. 🙂

At Entertainment Earth, there is a lazy way … just buy the box and open ’em all. 🙂

Each about $175 for 60 sealed figures (slightly less than the price per at retail).

Wave 7


And Wave 8.


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5 September 2012 Lego 5 Comments


  • hostile takeover banker says:

    I find that some series it is easier to do the ‘feel the dot’ thing than others certainly. I pick up as many different ones as I can and normally only need a few more to complete a set. It is than pretty easy to get the extras from ebay.

  • BMW says:

    The Black series 8 is easier to figure out the bump codes.
    I found that the dots printed through to the front of the packs.
    Picked up 11 different ones the other day at TRU.

    Met: Off topic, but is there any news of the Target 20 pack “CARS Radiator Springs to the Rescue” for the holidays?

    (MET: Humm, haven’t seen it listed anymore – might be gone?)

  • cac1959 says:

    Lazy? I prefer the term efficient… but since I don’t usually collect Lego Minifigures, I don’t have the skills that some do.

  • BlakefromMN says:

    so funny, it’s so easy to tell what’s in the bag. took me only 20 mins to get the whole collection picked out. Never had a double and have been collecting since minifig series 5

  • chuki_mama says:

    Feeling through the packages takes patience and some serious skills.. After a few attempts, I want to give up…

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