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Werewolf Ambush

The Werewolf Ambush (1380-1) is a LEGO Studios set that was released in June 2002 and retired in December 2003 with a shelf life of 1 year and 7 months .

This LEGO set has 117 pieces and had a RRP of $9.99 (£7.99 / -€) which equates to a price per piece of 0.09c (0.07p / 0.00€) . Since it retired it has grown in value by 239.8% and now has a value of $33.95 based on average sale price over the last 6 months.

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This set contains 4 minifigures with a combined value of $34.20. 3 of the minifigures in this set are exclusive, meaning they don't appear in any other LEGO sets.

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This set contains 1 animals with a combined value of $0.17.

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Value breakdown

The current value of Werewolf Ambush is $33.95

The 4 minifigures in this set make up 101% of the total set value.

The Werewolf, Dark Gray Head minfigure is the most valuable minifigure in this set who alone contributes 45% of the sets value .

Set pieces

The Werewolf Ambush has 117 pieces and is ranked 6157 on the list of biggest LEGO sets ever made.

The most common colour in this set is Brown

The most common part in this set is Plate, Round 1 x 1

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Set details

Name: Werewolf Ambush

Theme: Studios

Set number: 1380-1

Status: Retired

Retired for: 20 years, 4 months

Pieces: 117

Minifigures: 4

Released: June 2002

Retired: December 2003

Shelf life: 1 year, 7 months

US Flag $9.99
GB Flag £7.99
EU Flag -€
US Flag 0.085c
GB Flag 0.068p
EU Flag -

Set value

Confidence: Medium

Current value: $33.95

Increase from RRP: 239.8%

Yearly ROI: 11.8%

Where to buy

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Most expensive:
Werewolf, Dark Gray Head
Least expensive:
Lady with Legs
% of set value:


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6157th biggest LEGO set ever made
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10th biggest LEGO Studios set
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5603rd most valuable LEGO set
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13th most valuable LEGO Studios set

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