Free delivery still on at shop.LEGO.com until Dec. 18th

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Receive FREE Delivery on any shop.LEGO.com order of  £50 or more.  Valid thru 13.12.11The offer is still on in the UK, and will be until what is presumably the last order date for normal Christmas delivery, December 18th.

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By in United Kingdom,

Does anyone know when Lego are offering the second of the free small Christmas sets. I understood it to be sometime in November. I hope it coincides with the free postage offer.

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By in United Kingdom,

^ On the 25th I believe.

No 3for2's LEGO?? Why would I want to pay full price and get free delivery from you when I can get 1/3 off and free delivery from Amazon?

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By in United States,

/\^ Black friday through the next monday.

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By in United Kingdom,

^ In the UK certainly, it all seems very wishy washy. Nobody really seems to know what's going on. Personally, I think it's a lot of hype designed to get us all excited about not a lot - UK 'most-valuable' VIPs this weekend? We're better off waiting until next weekend with the scratchcards!

Having spoken to one of the store managers directly, not even he really knows what's happening and what we can hope to take advantage of.

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By in United Kingdom,

Thank you to all above, I will hang on untill the 25th to order. I think the better deals are to be had with the likes of Argos, Toys R Us and Amazon. I will just order something for £50 to receive the Christmas set, otherwise I wouldn't have bothered.

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By in United States,

Wow, I think this is the longest time LEGO has offered free shipping. :)

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By in United Kingdom,

^ Let's just hope that one day it becomes standard; they certainly seem to be heading that way.

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By in United Kingdom,

Got Imperial Flagship and Pudsy bear with the free shiping, very useful and my first time shoping at lego.com.

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By in United Kingdom,

Free Alien Conquest Jetpack set: 30140 if you enter code: ADUG at S@H too. Think you may have to spend more than £50, but most will be for the free delivery.

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