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Lego logoLego advent calendars from £19*Lego Friends (£19), City (£20) & Star Wars (£20)

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Lego City Advent calendar 2016

If you're after an advent calendar a little brick different from the usual chocolate ones, these Lego calendars are filled with 24 small kits - from Christmas trees to snow ploughs and stormtroopers.

There are three calendars to choose from, and you can buy them direct from Lego as well as several major retailers, but here's the cheapest we could find them online on Wed 9 Nov:

These are likely to be popular and, although we've asked Asda to tell us, we don't know how many are available at this price - so if it's something you want, go quick.

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

Ongoing

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.

More info

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 logoThe Lego Shop 20% offSelected sets for Black Friday & Cyber Monday

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If you go online to The Lego Shop, you can get 20% off selected sets for Black Friday until Mon 28 Nov. Delivery's £3.95 or free on orders over £50.

Good deals we found at 11.50am on Fri 25 Nov include:

With purchases of £60 or over, you'll also get a 'free' Lego Snowglobe (40223) in stores and online while stocks last until Sat 10 Dec. The Snowglobe set includes a Father Christmas Minifigure. If you're a Lego VIP card member (it's free to join) you can get free delivery on orders over £30 until Sun 18 Dec

Important: Don’t allow yourself to be taken in by the hype around Black Friday and sucked into buying something you don’t need or can’t afford. And always do your own price comparisons to ensure you are getting the best deal possible – don’t just take a retailer’s word for it.

For the rest of our Black Friday deals and analysis, see our Black Friday 2016 Deals page.

Lego logo'Free' £5 Lego with £1-£1.70 paper*Vouchers in this weekend's Daily Mail & Mail On Sunday

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Buy a Daily Mail (£1) on Sat 15 Oct, or a Mail On Sunday (£1.70) on Sun 16 Oct, and you'll find a voucher inside each for a free Lego toy to be redeemed the same day. Saturday's freebie is Ninjago Kai's Mini Dragon (model no 30422) and Sunday's is Disney Frozen Olaf 'Summertime Fun' (30397).

Both sets are currently being sold at Toys 'R' Us for £4.99 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 Tesco Express* 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 200,000 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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Photocopies, damaged or defaced vouchers won't be accepted.

Lego logo'Free' £5ish Lego with £1-£1.70 paper*Vouchers in this weekend's Daily Mail & Mail On Sunday

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Buy a Daily Mail (£1) on Sat 8 Oct, or a Mail On Sunday (£1.70) on Sun 9 Oct, and you'll find a voucher inside each for a free Lego toy to be redeemed the same day. Saturday's freebie is Poe's X-Wing Fighter from Star Wars (model no 30278) and Sunday's is a Nexo Knight's Lava Slinger (30374).

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 Tesco Express* 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 200,000 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

More info

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

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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

More info

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

Toys 'R' Us logoFREE Star Wars Lego buildIn store at Toys 'R' Us. Sat 7 May only.

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If you're planning to visit a Toys 'R' Us store (find your nearest) this weekend, from 11am to 1pm on Sat 7 May you could build and take home a mini Star Wars Millennium Falcon Lego toy (while stocks last).

These events are primarily aimed at kids, though like Lego itself is likely to appeal to some grown-ups as well. Check with your local store whether adults can join – it’s likely to be the manager’s decision.

As the similar monthly toy builds at the Lego Store are so popular, it's best to arrive early to maximise your chances of grabbing a spot. May the Force be with you!

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you
Skint? ask:
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you
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