Free LEGO Ninjago Make & Take between 11am- 1pm instore Selected Toys R Us Stores Sat 28th October
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Free LEGO Ninjago Make & Take between 11am- 1pm instore Selected Toys R Us Stores Sat 28th October

Mod & Ed 17
Mod & Ed
Found 24th Oct
Not a bad Freebie & somewhere to take the kids for a couple of hours on a Saturday morning!
From their facebook page & blog


Calling all Ninja kids! It's HALF TERM so why not come along to our FREE LEGO Ninjago Make & Take in selected Toys R Us stores on Saturday 28th October? Make your very own LEGO NINJAGO Ice Tank to take home for Free


Stores NOT running this event are Northampton Weston Favell, Nottingham Victoria Centre, Hemel Hempstead, Peterborough Serpentine Green, Blackburn, Sunderland, Glasgow The Forge, Edinbugh Fort Kinnaird, Craigleith, Carlisle, Crystal Peaks, Chester Broughton, Cardiff Queen Street, Staines, Derby intu, Aberdeen Union Square, Doncaster Frenchgate, Kingston and Banbury.

17 Comments

Wow!

Is there a minimum age on these? Think my 2 year old could enjoy it but worried they'd say he's too young.

I would go - but we have bricklive on that day!

Maybe they will run the promotion at the event, since as they have a huge stand there usually? Doubtful.

Prob too young. 2 is very early to be playing with lego

Aww man gutted i am work until 31st as i would have loved to take my two to this.

Hot!

Seems gateshead is doing it, what can i make? is it like a £5 and not worth it?

seanmorris1003 h, 9 m ago

Seems gateshead is doing it, what can i make? is it like a £5 and not …Seems gateshead is doing it, what can i make? is it like a £5 and not worth it?


It's this.
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And if you're about how much i would be worth, this event might not be targeted at people your age.
Edited by: "Funky_DealFinder" 24th Oct

ovverbruv4 h, 22 m ago

Prob too young. 2 is very early to be playing with lego

Cheers for the input, he'd play with Lego at home and he's never been inclined to put non food items in his mouth. Just not sure if the site would object. Tempted to try taking him anyway.

Robinsad27 m ago

Cheers for the input, he'd play with Lego at home and he's never been …Cheers for the input, he'd play with Lego at home and he's never been inclined to put non food items in his mouth. Just not sure if the site would object. Tempted to try taking him anyway.


I did the one last year at Toys R Us, and was very informal - no checks on age. However, since you have to pick the bricks yourself and it's meant to be made there (as part of the event) I guess concentration span and ability to "help" you build it might be your worry rather than the staff!

This sounds great... Definitely worth visiting if local to you. Thanks op

Funky_DealFinder16 h, 37 m ago

It's this.[Image] And if you're about how much i would be worth, this …It's this.[Image] And if you're about how much i would be worth, this event might not be targeted at people your age.


Why would i go for lego? But if its a £5 one my sons not exactly gonna be thrilled is he... have you seen what you get for your money with lego? And that in the picture looks worse than a magazine one so pointless even going. I know they cant give big sets away but something with a few men at least...

cant believe people are moaning about a freebie, if you dont want it, fine, but its free. To say it has to be a certain value to make it worthwhile, let your child decide.

geez

Perfect for my nephew for Xmas xx

Woop

Just dropped by and they had a store assistant guarding the polybags, presumably to make sure no-one swiped a load and stuck 'em on eBay Not the greatest Lego instore event (Smyths are better) but meh, it's free.

Thanks so much for posting. I took my little girl (7yrs) this morning. She loves Ninjago and really loved making this by herself in the store. She was so pleased when she finished it and got to take it home. 😁
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