Lego 40235 Year Of the Dog set Free with purchases of £80+ @ Lego Store
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Lego 40235 Year Of the Dog set Free with purchases of £80+ @ Lego Store

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Found 16th Feb
In celebration of the Chinese Lunar New Year, spend £80 at the Lego Shop either in store or online from now until the end of February (o whilst stock lasts) and you will receive a free Year Of the Dog set. Set contains 156 pieces. Small print below:

Free Exclusive LEGO® Year of the Dog (40236) offer is valid for orders online at shop.LEGO.com, in LEGO Stores and LEGO Catalogue telephone orders from 16/02 to 28/02/2018, or while stocks last. Qualifying purchase must be equal to or greater than £80 in LEGO merchandise only. One set per household. Cannot be applied to previous purchases or combined with any other discount, offer or free gift. If the qualifying LEGO purchase(s) is returned to us for a refund, the gift must also be returned together with the qualifying LEGO purchase(s). It cannot be purchased, exchanged or substituted for any other item or cash value. Offer is not valid at LEGOLAND® Parks, LEGOLAND Discovery Centres or LEGO Certified Stores. The LEGO Group reserves the right to cancel or modify this promotion at any time without prior notice.
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Whilst I love LEGO, and buy a lot, I am not spendiong £80 just for this dog.
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Whilst I love LEGO, and buy a lot, I am not spendiong £80 just for this dog.
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SmilingT2 m ago

Whilst I love LEGO, and buy a lot, I am not spendiong £80 just for this …Whilst I love LEGO, and buy a lot, I am not spendiong £80 just for this dog.



No, but if you were thinking of making a purchase, then it's better to get this free than nothing. The New Year sets are also collected by some people.
Edited by: "LatestLego" 16th Feb
LatestLego2 m ago

No, but if you were thinking of making a purchase, then it's better to get …No, but if you were thinking of making a purchase, then it's better to get this free than nothing. The New Year sets are also collected by some people.


Oh for sure, if a big purchase was being made I get it. Just sad it's such a high pricepoint.
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SmilingT3 m ago

Oh for sure, if a big purchase was being made I get it. Just sad it's such …Oh for sure, if a big purchase was being made I get it. Just sad it's such a high pricepoint.


Yes I admit I was surprised at the threshold. I put items in my basket last night to see what the threshold would be as the promo page hadn't updated by that point and as shocked at how many Brickheadz it took to qualify lol.

Promos like this are also worth it if you are making a large Pick A Brick order as obviously that is never on discount.
It reminds me of Mr Pickles (NSFW if you’re in a Googling mood)
£80 is taking the mick, it should be £50 as it's not even a very good promo set. LEGO don't give much away these days, do they?
The shop I was in today handed this and a 60th set to a guy buying gbhq
snatch_master16th Feb

The shop I was in today handed this and a 60th set to a guy buying gbhq


GBHQ is way overpriced at £284.99. I'd have waited for a discount at Smyths or John Lewis rather than get measly promos that are flooding eBay. He'll be lucky to get 10% back after fees.
Edited by: "TabbyBoy" 17th Feb
TabbyBoy17th Feb

GBHQ is way overpriced at £284.99. I'd have waited for a discount at …GBHQ is way overpriced at £284.99. I'd have waited for a discount at Smyths or John Lewis rather than get measly promos that are flooding eBay. He'll be lucky to get 10% back after fees.



He was probably buying to build. Not every sale is to a reseller.

Of course, he could have got a better price elsewhere, but some people don't care if they want to build now.
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