:::::::::: Free Lego Magazines ::::::::::


Do you know a LEGO fan, age 6 or younger? This is so cool.  Freebies 4 Mom has shared this fun deal. Right now you can  get a  free 2-year subscription to Lego Club Jr. magazine. This is a $7.95 value and is for kids 6 and younger.  My nephew love, love, LOVES Legos and I may soon become the favorite aunt if I get him this. Any boy would love this. Freebies 4 mom said that this magazine comes with activities, puzzles, comic strips, and of course “Lego recipes” for building new creations.

Also,if you have a child who is over the age of 6 and is really into Legos,  they have a magazine for them too. Get a free 2-year subscription to Lego Club magazine also a $7.95 value. Click on your country on the right-hand side to get your free subscribription.

 The limit is two free memberships per family. They say it will take 4 to 6 weeks to get your first issue.3 Comments

:::::::::: Free Lego Magazines :::::::::: was last modified: February 3rd, 2010 by Ashleigh

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  1. The link led to the same sight. I can’t seem to find the Lego Club Jr. Magazine, just the regular one.
    Any suggestions?

  2. For the Jr. magazine, look at the bottom of the big box where it says “US, UK and Ireland only”

  3. Thank you for this site. It is so great. I have to boys who now are into legos and on is a jr. So having two magazine is great, because they don’t have to share. So thank you again.

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