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Here’s how you can get a free subscription to LEGO magazine

PARENTS can keep their little ones entertained for free by signing up for a LEGO magazine subscription.

The toy company’s free LEGO Life mag comes four times a year and is free to families with kids between five and nine.

One happy mum posted about her free mag on Facebook in the Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK Group

To get the deal, you’ll need to sign up on LEGO’s website, sharing details including your child’s name and date of birth, your email and your home address.

You won’t have to pay to get the mag delivered as shipping is free too, and the mag will come every three months.

Parents flocked to social media to post about the deal.

One mum posted a photo of her free mag to Facebook on the Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK Group, and hundreds commented about the deal too.

“My little boy loves getting these through the post,” one mum commented. 

Another said the magazines were “really good…loads of activities for them to do. Well worth doing.”

One mum said that it took a “couple of months” for the first magazine to come, but said her son “loves getting them through the post now”.

The next issue is due in February but you can download the latest magazine from November 2020 from the website while you wait for the next one to arrive.

If you’re looking to spoil your kids with a LEGO treat or another toy, you might have to shop online for it.

Non-essential retailers have been forced to shut their shops during England’s third national lockdown, with toy shops temporarily closed.

However, retailers such as Smyth Toys are still offering click and collect as well as home delivery services. 

It’s best to check on toy shop websites for more details on shopping rules.

If you’re looking for bargain toys, Disney has launched a huge sale with up to 65% off some items.

And The Entertainer is offering 25% off online orders if you spend over £20.

Need some more baby clothes? Boots has launched a half price sale on Mothercare clothing, with prices starting from £1.50.

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