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Lego logo'Free' £5ish Lego with 90p-£1.60 paper*Vouchers in this weekend's Daily Mail & Mail On Sunday

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Buy a Daily Mail (90p) on Sat 14 May, or a Mail On Sunday (£1.60) on Sun 15 May, and you'll find a voucher inside each for a free Lego toy to be redeemed the same day. Saturday's freebie is a Nexo Knight's Cycle (model no 30371) and Sunday's is a City Prison Helicopter (30346).

Neither set's widely available to buy, though we've spotted them online for about £5 each.

How to get it

In England, Scotland and Wales, show the voucher at WHSmith* (high street branches, not stations/airports) before closing on the day you bought the paper. Sunday's voucher can also be redeemed at Asda* superstores if that's more convenient for you than WHSmith.

In Northern Ireland, you can get the toys at Eason stores.

As usual with these freebies, it's a "while stocks last" situation, and although we've been told there'll initially be 240,000 of each toy, we don't know how many each store's likely to have - so try to get there early in the day to avoid missing out.

If you're after two of the same toy, you could buy one of the newspapers twice. However, each freebie's limited to one per person, so you may not be allowed to collect two of them yourself.

Free Lego in the Daily Mail & Mail On Sunday

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Lego logo'Free' £5ish Star Wars Lego with 90p paper*Find voucher in Saturday's Daily Mail & redeem on same day

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Free Star Wars LegoIf you buy the Daily Mail (90p) on Sat 14 Nov, you'll find a voucher inside for a free Star Wars Lego toy to be redeemed on the same day. It's a small 41-piece set, allowing you to build a 'First Order Special Forces TIE Fighter' (model number 30276). We've seen the same kit for £5ish online.

How to get it

In England, Scotland and Wales, show the voucher at a WHSmith* (high street branches, not stations/airports) before closing on Sat 14 Nov. In Northern Ireland, you can collect the toy from Eason stores.

However, it's a "while stocks last" situation - so try to get there early in the day to avoid missing out. We've been told there'll initially be 250,000 available.

If you've two kids both wanting the toy, you can get two vouchers by buying two papers - but the freebie's limited to one per person, so you might have to send someone else to pick one up.

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Family and Friends logoFREE 2-mth Family Railcard & £10 off 1yr £30 card*Up to four adults get 1/3 off travel and four kids get 60% off fares.

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Get a FREE two-month Family and Friends Railcard when you register via this special Railcard trial link by Wed 21 May. You should receive the Railcard by Sat 31 May at the latest. It's then valid to use until Thu 31 Jul - giving you at least two months free.

Get £10 off the annual £30 railcard

When you get your free trial Railcard, you'll also receive a unique code to get £10 off the annual railcard, making it £20 instead of the usual £30. 

Enter the code on the Family and Friends Railcard site between Mon 14 Jul and Thu 14 Aug. ATOC (the Association of Train operators which provides railcards) confirms the card will be valid for just over one year - a few extra days are added to allow for the delivery time. You can only get this discount if you've signed up for the free trial first.

What does the Family and Friends Railcard get me?

We think this railcard is a cracking deal. Here's what you get:

  • Up to four adults (aged 16 and over) can get 1/3 off their rail fares.
  • Up to four children (aged 5-15) will get 60% off their fares.
  • TWO adults can be named on the card, at least one must be traveling whenever it's used.
  • The only proviso is there must be at least one child and one adult travelling together each time you use it - but you don't have to be related.

This offer's been super-popular in our forums. See what other people are saying in the Family and Friends Railcard discussion forum thread.

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There's no limit to the total number of free two-month railcards being sent out as part of this offer, though it's one per household and email address. If you've previously had a free trial, you can get it this time round too. Family and Friends Railcard discounts exclude first class fares. See full T&Cs.

Lego logo'Free' £4-£6ish Lego with 60p-£1.60 newspaperCut out voucher from Daily Mail to get up to nine Lego toys

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From Sat 16 May until Sun 24 May, if you buy the Daily Mail or Mail on Sunday (60p Mon-Fri, 90p Sat, £1.60 Sun), you'll find a voucher inside for a free Lego toy.

There's a different voucher in each day's paper (for a specific toy that day), so you can collect up to nine Lego models in total. Similar sets would normally cost between £4 and £6 each.

Free Lego

How to get them

In England, Scotland and Wales, take your voucher to the till at WHSmith* (high street branches, any day) or 'customer services' at Morrisons* (Sundays only). In Northern Ireland, you can get the toys in Eason stores. Daily Mail vouchers need to be redeemed on the day they're printed, while Mail on Sunday vouchers can be redeemed on Monday as well.

Your free Lego will come packaged in a plastic bag (non-resealable), so you might need to find a suitable container for it.

It's a "while stocks last" situation, so try to get there early in the day to avoid missing out. We've been told there are 300,000 of each of the following Lego toys up for grabs:

  • Sat 16 May - City Police Helicopter (model number 30311)
  • Sun 17 May - Super Heroes 'Joker' Bumper Car (30303)
  • Mon 18 May - Creator Off-Road Vehicle (30283)
  • Tue 19 May - Disney Princess (30116)
  • Wed 20 May - Creator Tractor (30284)
  • Thu 21 May - Star Wars Walker (30274)
  • Fri 22 May - City Bin Lorry (30313)
  • Sat 23 May - City Demolition Worker (30312)
  • Sun 24 May - Ninjago Kai River Jet (30293)

If you have two kids both wanting the same toy, you can get two vouchers by buying two papers - but the freebie's limited to one per person, so you might have to send someone else to pick one up or visit multiple shops.

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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

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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.