Happy Star Wars Day! Posted by Richard on May 4, 2020 at 01:52 PM CST:
If your a Star Wars fan and a LEGO® fan, don't forget to check out our sister site Rebelscum.com, they've been covering all the LEGO (and Non LEGO) Star Wars promotions going around! And don't forget, if you have Disney Plus, the Rise Of Skywalker started streaming today. If you don't have Disney Plus, they offer a 7 day trial, just don't forget to turn off auto renewal or you'l be out 7 bucks at the end of the week.
Watch The LEGO Movies On Sling Posted by Richard on May 4, 2020 at 01:35 PM CST: Streaming service Sling is offering The LEGO® Movie, and The LEGO Batman Movie on demand through TBS for subscribers of their orange tier plan. You can also watch The LEGO Ninjago Movie, but it appears to play at set times rather than on demand. I do not see the The LEGO Movie's sequel "The Second Part" anywhere, so if you want to see that too, you'l have to look elsewhere. Forum link.
Retro News: April 21-30 2009 Posted by Richard on May 1, 2020 at 03:53 PM CST:
The mouse is the key to a glimpse of the next BIONICLE movie.
Stay Safe And Have A Happy Easter! Posted by Richard on April 12, 2020 at 09:51 PM CST:
I hope everyone managed to have a safe and happy Easter despite the Covid-19 keeping most of us confined. I'm sure it's redundant by now to say wash your hands and quarantine new packages for 3 days, etc. Most of all just do your best to think of ways to keep yourself safe, the sanctity of your life is more important and appreciated than you might realize.
Retro News: April 1-10 2009 Posted by Richard on April 12, 2020 at 09:36 PM CST:
MoD gets a new tip line email (Spam bots couldn't leave the old one alone). I try to rally the community to put some Easterahk Eggs together.
LEGO Powered Up Parts Available Separately Now Posted by Richard on April 6, 2020 at 10:10 PM CST:
The LEGO® Group's Powered Up system is poised to replace Power functions, but previously you had to buy a whole set to get the components. Now, they are offering most of the components and sensors as individual purchases under the Powered Up theme in their store. This can save you a few bucks depending on what you need, although I've seen the App Controlled Batmobile on sale once for cheaper than buying just the basic hub with two small motors. Forum link.
The LEGO Group Posts Update On Covid 19 Practices Posted by Richard on April 6, 2020 at 09:40 PM CST:
The LEGO® Group posted an interesting article regarding the Covid-19 virus and the measures they are currently taking to prevent it's spread. Among the more interesting notes, they have reopened their stores in China where the diseases' spread is reportedly on a decline. Forum link
Save Your Recites For The LEGO Masters Sweepstakes Posted by Richard on April 6, 2020 at 04:55 PM CST:
For every $10.00 USD spent at select retailers (LEGO® Stores, Amazon, Walmart, and Target are specified) made between 2/1/2020 – 4/30/2020, you can get one entry into the LEGO® Masters Sweepstakes. If you click on the official rules, they provide details on how to get two "no purchase necessary" entries via SMS and postcard. I couldn't see anything to confirm if you need to upload Shop.LEGO.Com purchases, but it couldn't hurt to try uploading a screenshot of the digital recite. Forum link.