Free lego with Daily mail only at McColls from tomorrow 60p
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Free lego with Daily mail only at McColls from tomorrow 60p

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Found 2nd Dec 2015
LEGO® is back tomorrow with three fantastic toys to collect over three days from tomorrow until Saturday, exclusively at McColl's stores.

Simply pop into McColl's on Thursday with your in-paper voucher to collect the first of three free LEGO toys. Then buy your newspaper from McColl's on Friday and Saturday for two more chances to bag a free LEGO toy.

Please note that if the featured LEGO toy is no longer available, you will be offered an alternative free LEGO toy while stocks last.
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And remember, you can purchase a copy of "Big Jugs" magazine from the top shelf to hide your Daily Mail inside, to avoid embarrassment if you bump into someone you know.
Ha! It looks like McColl's have brought all the old Lego from the WH Smith promotion to try and be cool!
anyone know which one tomorrow would only be interested in Lego ninjago one
Don't you mean Free toilet paper with a 60p Lego set
HappyHooligan

Ha! It looks like McColl's have brought all the old Lego from the WH … Ha! It looks like McColl's have brought all the old Lego from the WH Smith promotion to try and be cool!



BOUGHT*
Downvote. I'll never support the Daily Mail and it's right-wing propaganda.
jonastaylor

Downvote. I'll never support the Daily Mail and it's right-wing … Downvote. I'll never support the Daily Mail and it's right-wing propaganda.



​Up voted as this is a deals site not a political preference site!
Thanks for posting - now to see if there is a Mccolls near me
Wow, my local Spar is a Mccolls now , can't forget about this one like I did about the Star Wars one
MiiCK

BOUGHT*

MiiCK

BOUGHT*



He may well have meant they have gotted the stock 4 three and moved it from they're wearhouse to they're own? Hense it been bought from one location to another. Some peeple. ;p
Lego free with the Daily Mail? Has selling papers gotten this bad?
Heat added, that should spur my daughter to get ready for school quicker if the incentive is some LEGO on the way to school.
I have not even heard of McColl's...got to be a regional newsagents.
I have 2 mccoll near me...and I didn't notice them until today
jonastaylor

Downvote. I'll never support the Daily Mail and it's right-wing … Downvote. I'll never support the Daily Mail and it's right-wing propaganda.



I don't support the left-wing propaganda of the Daily Mirror but thankfully I'm not so smug and morally superior that I would refuse buying a copy if it had a £10 voucher or free lego inside.
jonastaylor

Downvote. I'll never support the Daily Mail and it's right-wing … Downvote. I'll never support the Daily Mail and it's right-wing propaganda.



So you'll support whoever spouts out hypocritical Stalinist terrorist loving fairy tales instead then I assume?
M_z

And remember, you can purchase a copy of "Big Jugs" magazine from the top … And remember, you can purchase a copy of "Big Jugs" magazine from the top shelf to hide your Daily Mail inside, to avoid embarrassment if you bump into someone you know.



​Hilarious.
HappyHooligan

Ha! It looks like McColl's have brought all the old Lego from the WH … Ha! It looks like McColl's have brought all the old Lego from the WH Smith promotion to try and be cool!



I thought I recognised all those sets.
Maybe the Mail are testing out a different newsagent for the next free LEGO promotion.
They'll be a random selection of what was left over from the last Smiths promotion, McColls have done it before if I recall.
I find the daily mail is a well balanced and thought provoking quality paper. (not). happy to sell my soul for free lego
Chasloyal

So you'll support whoever spouts out hypocritical Stalinist terrorist … So you'll support whoever spouts out hypocritical Stalinist terrorist loving fairy tales instead then I assume?


Lol its so true
cicobuff

I have not even heard of McColl's...got to be a regional newsagents.



They used to be all over the place. These days you'll need a time machine to find one. Mind, there is one near me... well, at the skanky end of town
The last time mccolls did this there was no knowing which model was available on which day (didn't follow the stated order and some were totally random). It was a bit of a shambles but I guess that's because they are leftovers.
FlangeNut123

They used to be all over the place. These days you'll need a time machine … They used to be all over the place. These days you'll need a time machine to find one. Mind, there is one near me... well, at the skanky end of town



I did a wiki as I honestly had not heard of them. McColls Retail Group is a British convenience store and newsagent operator, trading under the trading names McColls (for convenience stores), Martins (newsagents and variety stores) and RS McColl for stores in Scotland.

That at least did ring a bell with me, here in the West Midlands in Stourbridge I remember what is now WH Smiths used to be Martins Newsagents, then I believe it was taken over by John Menzies which in turn was sold over to what is now WH Smiths.
cicobuff

I did a wiki as I honestly had not heard of them. McColls Retail Group … I did a wiki as I honestly had not heard of them. McColls Retail Group is a British convenience store and newsagent operator, trading under the trading names McColls (for convenience stores), Martins (newsagents and variety stores) and RS McColl for stores in Scotland.That at least did ring a bell with me, here in the West Midlands in Stourbridge I remember what is now WH Smiths used to be Martins Newsagents, then I believe it was taken over by John Menzies which in turn was sold over to what is now WH Smiths.



Interesting and confusing. Here there are several, they used to be called Martin McColls.
The nearest one to me is now McColls, the other is Martins. So the question is, if McColls is the convenience side (it actually says Convenience Store on the shop (3 miles from me) will it sell newspapers? I suppose it must do, as the Mail ad is saying go into McColls. On the other hand, Martins is just a mile or so from me - they do obviously sell papers, but will they have the Lego?
Ah well, will find out soon.
thanks my dad lives near a mccolls. great for my son (and me) to play with. useful paper to burn in case the central heating goes down over xmas too
shuwaz

Lego free with the Daily Mail? Has selling papers gotten this bad?



No coupon
Just buy the paper and they give you the Lego
deleted57959

Who pays for porn still?



Who pays for news?
Can I just buy the Faily Fail in McColls to get free Lego?
hamster_2500

I find the daily mail is a well balanced and thought provoking quality … I find the daily mail is a well balanced and thought provoking quality paper. (not). happy to sell my soul for free lego


Donate your Daily Mail to a homeless charity under toiletries.
one per customer is being enforced, it was all Ninjago nothing else as an "alternative if unavailable "
waste of time and money trying to get them. a few stores are only doing it.
lizardsnoop

waste of time and money trying to get them. a few stores are only doing … waste of time and money trying to get them. a few stores are only doing it.



Don't quit before you've tried. You can never win or lose if you don't run the race.
My local wasn't doing it, the McColls 5 minutes away in the car was.
I got one from the village shop this morning. Recognised it as one of last years WH Smith leftovers but kids still happy :-)
Shop assistant told me it started next week. I told him it was today and he said they haven't received any LEGO.
It's the ninjago river speeder today, just got it. Batman joker hovercraft tomorrow, Saturday its either a digger or off road car. Today with the Lego ninjago voucher you also get £5 off £15 spend at mcolls too. You would really want to hate the daily mail, hate mcolls and hate Lego not to bother with this.
There goes Lego and their moralising principals. I thought the Danes were better than this.
Local McColls told me to buy the paper to get the Lego and come back in an hour later with the coupon, ended up with two

Felt dirty buying the rag though.
Edited by: "billyboy1912" 3rd Dec 2015
Lego was 'with' the paper in the McColls I went to. You pick up your paper, pick up your lego if you want it. How different to snotty WHS. I was so pleased I bought 2 Wails. Then the spend 15 get a fiver off coupon is not bad either, especially as I now have 2 of them. 30 quid spend, pay 20 is not bad at all! But can I spend 30 quid in a McColls? 15 quids worth of Wails tomorrow, and 15 quid of Wails on Sat ...I'm going to have a lot of lego!!
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