PARENTS can preserve their little ones entertained free of charge by signing up for a LEGO journal subscription.
The toy firm’s free LEGO Life magazine comes four times a year and is free to households with youngsters between 5 and 9.
One joyful mum posted about her free magazine on Fb within the Excessive Couponing and Bargains UK Group
To get the deal, you’ll have to sign up on LEGO’s web site, sharing particulars together with your little one’s title and date of delivery, your e-mail and your private home handle.
You gained’t should pay to get the magazine delivered as delivery is free too, and the magazine will come each three months.
Mother and father flocked to social media to submit concerning the deal.
One mum posted a photograph of her free magazine to Fb on the Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK Group, and tons of commented concerning the deal too.
“My little boy loves getting these via the submit,” one mum commented.
One other mentioned the magazines have been “actually good…a great deal of actions for them to do. Properly value doing.”
One mum mentioned that it took a “couple of months” for the primary journal to come back, however mentioned her son “loves getting them via the submit now”.
The subsequent difficulty is due in February however you possibly can obtain the most recent journal from November 2020 from the web site when you look ahead to the following one to reach.
In case you’re seeking to spoil your youngsters with a LEGO deal with or one other toy, you might need to buy on-line for it.
Non-essential retailers have been forced to shut their shops throughout England’s third nationwide lockdown, with toy outlets quickly closed.
Nevertheless, retailers resembling Smyth Toys are nonetheless providing click on and acquire in addition to house supply companies.
It’s finest to examine on toy store web sites for extra particulars on procuring guidelines.
In case you’re searching for cut price toys, Disney has launched an enormous sale with up to 65% off some items.
And The Entertainer is providing 25% off on-line orders if you happen to spend over £20.
Want some extra child garments? Boots has launched a half worth sale on Mothercare clothes, with costs starting from £1.50.