The last couple of times I purchased a case of collectable minifigures, each one had three complete sets (16 x 3), plus an extra 12 remainder of random minifigs. My last case I ordered only had two complete sets, and the remainder of minifigs had a much wider variance (five of one minifig, none extra of others).

Should each case contain three sets, or is it truly random?


Every box contains the same distribtion of minifigs. For example see this review on www.eurobricks.com of series 13 has the same distribution as my box. (links to his other CMF reviews are on the bottom of the first post)

For most series boxes contains 3 full sets and 12 remaining ones.

Series 9, 10 & 11 contain only 2 complete sets, with 2, 4 or 6 bags of the same minifigs. These boxes where also available as 'half' with only 30 bags. This way these boxes contains 1 complete serie.

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  • Ok so basically with a box of 60, there should be at least two complete sets, but not guaranteed to be three? – Dave Reid Jun 26 '15 at 13:18
  • Based on the current released boxes yes. At the moment its 3 sets again. Both Simpsons series and series 12 & 13 have 3 complete sets. – Joost Jun 27 '15 at 7:53

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