This year’s daily mail lego promotion for 2016 is about to arrive and unlike the previous Lego promotions this year it will only be run over the course of two weekends in October. The promotion starts on Saturday 8th October and ends Sunday 16th October 2016.
The following information will give you an advantage over other shoppers making sure you get your hands on the free Daily Mail Lego sets. These free lego sets are perfect for both collectors and non-collectors alike.
Where to get the Daily Mail Lego Promotion
This year it appears that only W H Smith will be stocking the free lego sets in the UK. If you are in Northern Irland I believe Easons will also be running the promotion too.
Daily Mail Lego Voucher Redemption.
To claim your free lego toy all you have to do is buy the either the Daily Mail or The Mail on Sunday. Inside you will find the voucher which is normally on a page. The store assistants are quite helpful and they will help you remove the voucher from the paper if you need them to do so.
How much does the Daily Mail Cost?
- The Daily Mail on Saturdays costs 90p per copy.
- The Mail on Sunday costs £1.60 per copy.
How to Claim your Free Lego.
- 1 voucher & toy per person.
- Although this restriction applies, you will find that most stores will allow you to purchase a second copy for those of us who have more than one child or collector.
- Make sure you get there early, these free lego toys are very popular and often sell out fast.
Here are the 4 Free Daily Mail Lego Promotional Sets for 2016.
Saturday 8th October: Lego Star Wars Poe’s X-Wing Fighter.
Sunday 9th October: Lego NEXO KNIGHTS The Lave Slinger.
Saturday 15th October: Lego Ninjago Kai’s Mini Dragon.
Sunday 16th October: Disney Frozen Olaf’s Summertime Fun.
The cost of the 4 sets in total will cost you around £5 to purchase the papers. Those of you who know all about Lego will agree that this is a real bargain. Similar sets actually sell on their own for around £5 each.
Can I send off for my Lego?
Try not to panic too much if let’s say the store runs out of stock or you don’t get the toy for whatever reason at the time you purchase the newspaper. You can still collect the vouchers and contact the Daily Mail or Mail on Sunday here and they will send you your free Daily Lego Promotional Lego Set.
That is it. If any of the above information changes I will be sure to keep you updated so please feel free to share this amongst your friends.
Good luck Lego Hunters…