Rebels Vs Empire Ship Building Event At LEGO Stores Posted by Richard on October 5, 2019 at 07:36 PM CST:
Officially titled "Red Squadron vs Blue Squadron!", this ship building event challenges builders to hunt down their respective team's building instructions with special glasses and complete their ship first. You have a choice of building a red Rebel ship (the better looking of the two) or a blue Imperial Star Destroyer. Select LEGO Stores will be hosting this event until November 3rd. Forum link.
Nintendo Switch LEGO Game Sale Posted by Richard on September 24, 2019 at 06:19 PM CST:
Most of the LEGO game catalog on the Nintendo Switch eshop is marked down to 50 percent right now. If you prefer physical copies though, Best Buy is running a pretty good deal online and in store for many of the same games.
LEGO VIP Members Can Enter Raffle For LEGOLAND Trip Posted by Richard on July 27, 2019 at 10:23 PM CST:
According to The LEGO Group: Win a "once in a lifetime" trip to LEGOLAND® Florida Resort, USA for a family of 4!. The catch is that each entry to the raffle costs 100 VIP points (Rough estimate, for every $16 USD you spend on LEGO sets you get enough points for one entry, boo). If your short on points you can go to reward.LEGO.com's get points tab, and click the links to Instagram and Facebook, then answer a couple questions about your LEGO shopping habits for an easy 100 points.
LEGO VIP Now Offers More Rewards For Your Points Posted by Richard on July 27, 2019 at 05:43 PM CST:
A while back The LEGO® Group informed us that there would be changes to their rewards program. A couple days ago I made my first purchase since the change and found some interesting changes. The biggest change makes it just a bit harder to use your points, but gives you more reward options.
Stranger Things LEGO Set Now Available For VIP Members Posted by Richard on May 15, 2019 at 09:57 PM CST: The Stranger Things LEGO Set is now available as a VIP member exclusive. Although too expensive for my tastes at $199.99 USD, I have to admit the primary play feature is interesting. The set is comprised of two houses stuck together at their floorboards (one being a sort of mirrored darkworld version) in such a way that one house is always upside down when they are standing "upright". A pair of trees flank each version of the house, and act as a stand for the one that is not currently upside down. Forum link