A wristband queuing system and a time limit will be in place at Dublin's new Lego store when it opens later this week.
The shop opens on Grafton Street on Thursday morning at 9am.
All customers will require a wrist band with an allocated time to enter.
The wrist bands can be collected directly opposite the store each day from 9am.
There will be a 30-minute time limit for shoppers.
A spokesperson for Lego says: "Today the LEGO Group announced a customer queuing system for the upcoming opening weekend of the LEGO Store Dublin, from 18 August to 21 August. The LEGO Store Dublin will open at 9am on 18 August at 41 Grafton Street.
"All customers will require a wrist band with an allocated time to gain access to the LEGO Store Dublin. The wrist bands can be collected directly opposite the LEGO Store on Grafton Street each day of the opening weekend from 9am.
"To ensure the safety of all customers, the LEGO Store Dublin will have 30-minute time allowances for customers to enjoy the brand new location. Each wrist band will have a designated time slot and slots are not interchangeable.
"Once customers have collected their wrist bands, they will be able to join the queue at their allocated time. No one will be able to queue in advance of the time stated on their wrist bands. The LEGO team will then direct you into the store.
"When purchasing LEGO sets, we ask customers to queue at the cash desks in advance of their finish time to allow sufficient time to leave the store safely."
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