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Lego logoFREE £5 Lego for kids EVERY MONTHWith in-store Lego workshop

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Right. Lego's definitely the best kids' toy, and we know a few adults who are fans too. We won't hear any arguing that it's Barbie, Playdoh or Xbox - Lego wins it hands down (OK, OK, that's just my opinion - MSE Charlotte).

But there's an issue which we can't block out - Lego can be SO expensive. So hopefully this deal will help you out.

If you're between six and 14 (sorry grown-ups, this one isn't for you, so please let your kids know!), go into your nearest official Lego store (there's more info on where below) on the first Thursday of every month between 4-6pm to take part in the Lego Mini Build.

Get there as soon as you can, as stock is limited to 200-300 models per store (depending on size and location), and it's first come, first served. Staff  will  show your kids how to make the model, which Lego told us is worth around £5 (but it's not for sale). Once it's been made - it should take about 10-15 mins - the kids can take it home for free.

The models are different each month, and you don't know what you're going to get till you get in there.

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Participating stores include: Bluewater, Brighton, Cardiff, Glasgow, Leeds, Liverpool, Manchester Arndale, Milton Keynes, Newcastle, Sheffield Meadowhall, Watford and both London Westfield centres.

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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.

More info

Photocopies, damaged or defaced vouchers won't be accepted.

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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Photocopies, damaged or defaced vouchers won't be accepted.

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. 

More info

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.

Lego logo'Free' £4ish Lego with 60p - £1.50 papersCut out a voucher from the Daily Mail to get one of six Lego toys

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From Sat 10 May until Sat 17 May, buy the Daily Mail/Scottish Daily Mail or Mail on Sunday/Scottish Mail on Sunday (60p Mon-Fri, 90p Sat, £1.50 on Sun) and inside you'll find a voucher for a free Lego toy which you need to use that day (apart from the Sunday paper where the voucher will be valid on Monday too).

Take the voucher to high street WHSmith stores (Easons in Northern Ireland) or Toys 'R' Us to get the Lego. If you've a voucher from the Mail on Sunday, you can also take it to larger Morrisons stores.

Here's a rundown of what toys are available in each paper:

  • Sat 10 May –  Spider Glider
  • Sun 11 May – Robo police interceptor (from the Lego movie)
  • Mon 12 May – Star Wars imperial shuttle
  • Tue 13 May – Creator transport plane
  • Wed 14 May – City Police ATV
  • Thu 15 May – Star Wars fighter
  • Fri 16 May – Batman batwing
  • Sat 17 May – Batman tumbler


The toys are subject to availability and are worth £4-£6ish, though they aren't available to buy in-store.

More info

One voucher per person only. The Mail has confirmed there are around 300,000 of each toy available as part of this promotion, distributed between WHSmith, Toys 'R' Us, Morrisons and Easons branches. Excludes airport locations and service stations.

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

Lego logo'Free' £4ish Lego with 60p/90p paperCut out a voucher from the Daily Mail to get one of six lego toys

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From Sat 17 Aug till Sun 25 Aug, 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 which you need to use that day (apart from the Sunday paper). Take the voucher to WHSmith stores (Easons in Northern Ireland) or Toys 'R' Us (Sunday papers only) to get the Lego. Here's a rundown of what toys are available in each paper:

  • Sat 17 Aug – Lone Ranger Pump Cart
  • Sun 18 Aug – Collect one of two vouchers in the Mail on Sunday for either a Speedorz Chima Eglor or Speedorz Chima Razar Burning Ring of Fire.
  • Mon 19 Aug – Star Wars Z95 Headhunter
  • Tue 20 Aug – Friends Mailbox
  • Wed 21 Aug – City Police Helicopter
  • Thu 22 Aug – Friends Summer Picnic
  • Fri 23 Aug – Chima Pack Patrol
  • Sat 24 Aug – No voucher in the paper
  • Sun 25 Aug – Collect the second of two vouchers in the Mail on Sunday for either a Speedorz Chima Eglor or Speedorz Chima Razar Burning Ring of Fire from Toys 'R' Us stores on this day only.

The toys are subject to availability and are worth £4-£5ish though they aren't available to buy in-store.
More info
One voucher per person only. The Mail has confirmed there are around 300,000 of each toy available as part of this promotion, distributed between WHSmith and Easons branches. Excludes airport locations and service stations.

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