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Lego logo'Free' £4-5ish Lego with 60p/90p paperCut out a voucher from the Daily Mail to get up to eight Lego toys

Collect eight

From Sat 20 Sep till Sun 27 Sep, buy the Daily Mail (60p Mon-Fri, 90p Sat, £1.50 on Sun) and inside you'll find a voucher for a free Lego toy each day.

Take the voucher to one of the following participating stores in Great Britain - WHSmith (high street only), Toys R Us and Morrisons (Sunday's toy only). In Northern Ireland you can get the toys in Eason stores and Smyths Toys. All Daily Mail vouchers need to be redeemed on the same day - for the Mail on Sunday voucher you can also have Monday to redeem it. 

Here's a rundown of what toys are available:

  • Sat 20 Sep – The Lego movie Micro Manager Battle
  • Sun 21 Sep – TMNT Mikey's Mini-Shellraiser
  • Mon 22 Sep – CITY repair lift
  • Tue 23 Sep – Chima Frax' Phonenix Flyer 
  • Wed 24 Sep – CITY Police Watercraft 
  • Thu 25 Sep – Star Wars Anakin's Jedi Interceptor
  • Fri 26 Sep – Chima Worriz' Fire Bike
  • Sat 27 Sep – CITY Arctic Scout

The toys are subject to availability and The Mail told us the toys are worth £4-£5ish each, though they aren't available to buy in-store. 

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One voucher per person only. The Mail has confirmed there are around 300,000 of each toy available per day.

Not valid against other products or promotions and photocopies, damaged or defaced vouchers won't be accepted.

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About Daily Mail

First published in 1896, The Daily Mail is a conservative, British daily middle-market tabloid newspaper.

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