Get 10% Off LEGOLAND Exclusives This Weekend

With most LEGOLAND® attractions closed, Merlin decided to make many of their exclusive LEGO® products available online. These include exclusive sets such as the LEGOLAND Park, LEGOLAND Driving School and LEGOLAND Micro Castle, plus the Fire Academy set has finally been added. This weekend only you can save 10% on your order by using the code ‘LEGOLAND10’ at the checkout. This works on all items for sale on the LEGOLAND online store, not just the exclusives. The LEGOLAND Park set is still overpriced, as Discovery Centres were selling it for £89.99, but I guess 10% off is better than nothing, especially if you can’t get to a LEGOLAND store. Visit to learn more.


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    Hi, With your direct contacts to Lego, could you please speak to them about all 2020 release polybags. I have been in the house for over 10 weeks now and I am not able to go out to Asda, Tesco,etc to try and find polybags. I did not even have chance earlier to get any. As a lot of Europe also went in to lockdown before us they will be the same regarding the early polybags. Then of course the rest of the world will be. I know this is not an important issue with what is going on in the world but as you know Lego is good for our mental health. A lot of people ,like myself, will always be kept inside even as others come out of lockdown so I would like you to ask Lego if they can make all 2020 polybags available to buy on the past 2020 ones) ? I did thing of the Legoland online shop but as Lego starts to open them up the online shop will probably close.
    I hope this is ok for you to pass it up the line, so to speak? I have emailed Lego but I know you have contacts too.
    thank you

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      I’ll pass it on, I know a number of older polybags have been added to the US online store, so it’s possible.

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    If it’s £90 not £120 in a park/discovery centre, I think I’ll just wait until the parks reopen to get it.

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      I don’t blame you, it’s only Windsor who are charging that much hence the online price.

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      It was $69.99 online from Legoland California recently!

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    A few weeks ago, we spoke to Lego Customer Care and asked them why polybags weren’t as readily available in the U.K. as they appeared to be in the rest of the world. Lego U.K. responded by saying that Lego U.K. tend to use polybags as a “freebie”, a goodwill gesture, when things go wrong with online orders or when someone makes a complaint about their in store experience.

    Lego are missing a massive opportunity here. Not everyone can afford to buy sets and polybags are great low value items loved by all ages!

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