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How to claim your free LEGO® discount code

  • Click on the ‘Get Code’ button, copy your free LEGO® discount code, and proceed to the LEGO® website. 
  • Select ‘Shop’ from the menu and pick one of the categories. Once you find a product you like, add it to the bag. Continue shopping or click on the ‘View My Bag’ button if you’re done shopping. 
  • Click on the ‘Enter Promo Code’ on the right and paste your LEGO® discount code into the text box. Apply the code and proceed to checkout.
  • You can register or continue as a guest. Enter your shipping and payment information and place your order.

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About LEGO®

The LEGO Group is a toy company based in Billund, Denmark. It was established back in 1932 and ever since has been owned by the Kristiansen family. Today, the company is owned by Kjeld Kirk Kristiansen, the founder’s grandchild. Over the last 90 years, the company has become one of the world’s largest toy manufacturers. The company's vision is to teach children through play, inspiring and developing the builders of tomorrow. On the LEGO® website you’ll find a variety of products, including not only different LEGO® sets, but merchandise such as stationery, backpacks, accessories, and much more, as well as clothing and home decor.

LEGO® Delivery

When ordering to the UK, Standard Delivery (2 - 4 business days) is available for £3.95 (or free on orders over £50). Express Delivery (1 - 2 business days) is available for £21. To be eligible for the Express Delivery, your order must be placed by 3:30pm CET. To get the tax and shipping estimate, paste your ZIP code into the text box while reviewing your order (click on the shopping bag icon to access it). When ordering to an address that is different from your billing address, your order will be delivered with no pricing information and in a plain box since the LEGO® will assume that the delivery is a gift.

LEGO® Returns Policy

If for any reason you want to return your order, you can do it within 90 days from receiving the order. You can return the order free of charge. For more information on the return process, contact the LEGO® Customer Service. If any of the parts is missing from your order or has broken, select the ‘Replacement Parts’ from the menu.

LEGO® FAQs

Who invented LEGO® and when?

The LEGO® was established back in 1932 by Ole Kirk Kristiansen who started making toy bricks in his workshop in Billund, Denmark.

Why is LEGO® called 'LEGO'?

The LEGO® got its name as an abbreviation of the two Danish words 'leg godt' which means 'play well'. 

Can I buy individual LEGO® bricks online?

Yes, you can buy individual LEGO® bricks online if you need some extra pieces to create your own models. Browse pieces by category, colour family, or exact colour. Select the ‘Pick a Brick’ from the shop. However, the minimum order value for individual pieces is £12. Express Shipping is not available. Your order may take up to 15 business days to arrive.

Can I find LEGO® building instructions on the website?

Yes, you can find LEGO® building instructions on the website, just select ‘Help’ from the menu and choose ‘Find Building Instructions’. Search for your set by theme, name, or set number. Once you find your set, you’ll be able to download the instructions as PDF.

Does the LEGO® store still sell Star Wars, Marvel and Harry Potter kits?

Yes, the LEGO®  store sells a variety of themed sets, including the Star Wars™, Harry Potter™, and Marvel kits. 

Does the LEGO® store stock LEGO® technic kits?

Yes, the LEGO® store stocks LEGO® technic kits that are perfect for experienced LEGO® builders. With these kits, you and your kids can build advanced figures with real-life functions.

Does the LEGO® offer gift cards?

Yes, LEGO® does offer gift cards. You can get an electronic card via email within 24 hours, or a plastic card that works just like a debit card. Plastic cards will be delivered to you free of charge, within 4-7 business days. You can select an amount between 10 and 500 (multiples of 5 only). The card won’t expire as long as there is money left on it.

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