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  • There's no denying that Lego is a popular toy and/or collector's item, but there's an issue which we can't block out - Lego can be 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 - but you will have to stay with your kids when you take them), 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 then take it home for free.

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

    See our top toy deals for more playtime savings.

    • 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 Star Wars up to 40% off sale

    Lego Star Wars up to 40% off sale

    Selected sets, while stocks last

    Lego is offering up to 40% off selected items from its Star Wars range as part of an event it's calling 'Force Friday'. The sale will run online and in stores (find your nearest) while stocks last. If you had your eye on a Star Wars Lego set as a Christmas present, go quick to see if it's in the sale, but always check prices elsewhere to ensure you're getting the best deal.

    Here are some strong examples we spotted on Fri 4 Oct:

    Lego set Price
    Lego Jyn Ers keyring £1.75 (was £4.99)
    Lego Anakin's Podracer – 20th Anniversary Edition £19.99 (was £24.99)
    Lego Star Wars Chewbacca Watch £12.49 (was £24.99)
    Lego Han Solo's Landspeeder £15.59 (was £25.99)
    Lego Clone Scout Walker – 20th Anniversary Edition £19.99 (was £24.99)


    Take a look in our play chest of Toy deals for more savings on kids' gifts.

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  • FREE Harry Potter Lego mini toy

    FREE Harry Potter Lego mini toy

    In store at Smyths on Sat 24 Aug. Get there early!

    If you visit a Smyths store (find your nearest) from 9am on Sat 24 Aug, your kids could get a small Harry Potter Lego set completely free, while stocks last. We reckon this will be really popular and the freebies will vanish quickly, so you might want to get there before they're all Mc-Gone-agall. 

    The giveaway is taking place in all Smyths stores across the UK, including Northern Ireland. You don't need to buy anything to get the free Lego.

    Get an extra £5ish freebie if you live near a Lego Store

    Each month, Lego's own official retail stores run a free workshop for kids where they get to build a model and take it home. Find out the full details on our Lego deals page.

    MSE Laura B says:

    A similar Harry Potter Lego freebie was really popular last year, so Slytherin to Smyths early if you can to be in with the best chance of getting one of the limited number of toys. Smyths couldn’t tell us exactly how many each store would have, but it's first come first served, and strictly one freebie per child.

    Smyths is calling the event 'Back to Hogwarts' and it's told us the small bag of free Lego is named 'Journey to Hogwarts' - so you might expect the model to be one of the Hogwarts Express scenes. In previous years, when Smyths has run similar giveaways, these have usually included a mini figure and enough bricks to make a small vehicle or some props, in a set worth about £5.

    So this could be a nice end-of-summer treat for the kids, and might save you a few Quidditch