St Patrick's Day offer at Minifigure Maddness

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Minifigure Maddness is celebrating St.Patrick's day by offering Brickset readers and customers a number of great offers all this week!

  • 10% off all orders when you enter code Brickset08 at checkout.
  • Over 30 minifigures on SALE this week only!
  • We are also giving away a St.Paddy's day LEGO bundle. This includes LEGO Star Wars set 75102 Poe's X-wing Fighter, a Star Wars Stormtrooper Sergeant polybag and two Series 15 mystery packs.

To enter this fantastic giveaway all you have to do is like MinifigureMaddness on Facebook and share this Facebook post.

The winner will be chosen at random and announced on Friday via Facebook. All offers and the sale will end on the 17th of March at 6pm GMT.

21 comments on this article

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By in United States,

Wicked!

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By in Ireland,

@Minifigure Madness
At least get the name of Saint's day that you are piggy-backing on right, this is as bad a Trump's hats with a 4 leaf shamrock.

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By in United States,

Well entered, see if I win something this time.

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By in Italy,

Very expensive shop.

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By in Australia,

Great that there's a discount. But there prices in pounds (or is it Euros, i forget the sign) are expensive enough but that means double that for an AU price. Jazz Musician (i forget his series) is 24 pounds/euros so that's $48 for a minifigure.....

O and agreed Daragh;

I mean seriously Brickset, What the hell is Paddy's Day? Sounds like a bargain day at Paddy's Markets in Brisbane.. Its called St Patrick's Day!

I'm triggered.

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By in United States,

I wonder if there will be similar offers when it is St Georges day. After all more people are English than Irish.

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By in Ireland,

not if the amount of American people claiming Irish descent actually have a drop of Irish blood in them :)

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By in Australia,

St Georges Day? I never heard of it, even though Australia has all the English holidays.
Is St Georges Day the same St George who , according to legend, slayed a dragon?

By the way, although around the world there probably are more English people the Irish, more people have heard of St Patrick due to his role in the spread of Christianity.

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By in Australia,

cofaigh: highly irrelevant but I will be posting an Irish-themed project on Lego Ideas soon, which you might like.

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By in Ireland,

@Brickchap: sounds great, I don't normally go for Irish-themed stuff, especially at this time of year but I'll check it out :)

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By in United States,

I don't see the reason for the obsession with Irishness. Many in the US celebrate it even though they are not decended from any Irish people.
Yes St George is the one who slayed a dragon and is for some reason the patron saint of England. This is a British website so it didn't seem too much to ask!

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By in United Kingdom,

I think perhaps St Patrick's day always gets more exposure than, say St George's day because whilst many think of St Patrick's day as a social occasion to get together with friends and have a drink or two, St George's day doesn't seem to muster that same enthusiasm (I'm not quite sure why). I find it a little weird to celebrate what is essentially your nation's day without coming from said nation - a broad equivalent would be celebrating Independence Day (4th July not Farrage's version) as any of the countries of the UK.

I do like what Minifigure Madness are offering though. I may seriously consider an entire set of the German Football minifigs, but the Stormtrooper Sergeant is also a good polybag - who wouldn't want more sergeant pauldrons?

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By in United Kingdom,

Anybody want a 'd'? I have a 'd' going spare. All reasonable offers accepted. Will swap for a polybag...

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By in Ireland,

Lots of Irish refer to the day as Paddy's Day - its when people call it Patty's Day - thats what pisses off us Irish! :)

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By in Ireland,

@Muftak: agreed. I almost see 'St. Patty's Day' as it's own holiday. The one day a year that people can easily pinpoint 'eejits'.

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By in Sweden,

Very expensive store. Seems like Brickset is "advertising" for it one time to another, is there some kind of collaboration between Minifigure Madness and Brickset or what?

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By in New Zealand,

Yes very sad to this type of post which is basically sponsored content for an over-expensive amateur poor quality web store.
I happily use the LEGO.com and Amazon links to help fund the site, but would very much like to see less of this type of dribble.

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By in New Zealand,

When is the A-wing review coming? It's been several days since this news article…

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By in United Kingdom,

^ perhaps some of the key staff are taking a little break away from the site for a few days, I would fully understand if that were the case. I'd wager it's going to be like buses - you wait for one news article... and many come at once!

But of course it is now also 'the day itself', so happy St Patrick's Day to the Irish Lego fans out there!

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By in United States,

Hmm, must be a slow news week for all the admins and reviewers to have no content for such a long time... I'm ADD, so it's not helping my case much :(

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