LEGO VIP Retro Lunchbox Reward Announced

An interesting new LEGO® VIP Reward has been revealed ahead of its availability on September 1st. From Thursday, you’ll be able to redeem 2500 VIP points for a retro-themed tin lunchbox. It features artwork used for a space-themed advert from the 60s, which perfectly suits the style of the retro tin lunchbox. This isn’t the first LEGO tin lunchbox, a similar style one was available in 2019. More details of the new one can be found below.

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Available: September 1st in all regions except MX

Reward Description: What a throwback! The iconic 1965 advert is back, but this time in tin form! This is a must-have for any LEGO fan, whether you want to show it off to your colleagues at lunchtime or use it as your own retro brick box.

Tin Lunchbox Dimensions: 20cm (7.9 inches) x 16cm (6.3 inches) x 7cm (2.8 inches).

Required Points: 2,500 points

You’ll get a promotional code for this item, which you can redeem with your next purchase on LEGO.com. The code is valid for 60 days and must be entered during checkout in the field labelled “Enter Promo Code”. Shipping fees may apply. You can only use one promotion code per order. This VIP promotion is subject to availability and only available while supplies last

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  1. Wow, that’s interesting. I saw this advertisement as a very lo-res image last year on Etsy. I then tracked it down to a long defunct British comic, TV Century 21, which featured strip cartoons of Stingray and Thunderbirds etc,,

    I posted an image of it on Instagram in March 2021 and both Joey at Brick Trains and Jaabo at BrickTsar managed to buy copies of the original 1965 comic from a U.K. source. Joey then managed to scan the advert and provided me with a hi-res image of it. I printed it out and it now sits proudly framed on a wall in my house.

    So, the question is. Did LEGO know this existed before my post? Especially as it was originally placed in the 57 year old magazine by LEGO in Wrexham.

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