Bricktober Toys R Us Canada

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It would appear that Bricktober is right around the corner with Toys R Us Canada offering a bunch of events.

The Toys R Us website has the specifics (or small print) but here is the run-down:

Free Minifigure Vintage Collection 5-Pack (Vol.1) - Friday, September 27th, with purchase of $75 or more (before taxes) on any LEGO Building Set, plus free LEGO City Seaplane when you spend $30 or more on any LEGO Building Set.

Minifigure Trade-In Event - Saturday, October 19th.

Superman Make N' Take Event - Saturday October 26th. from 11 a.m. - 1 p.m.

Thank you Brickset user TZI for the info.

7 comments on this article

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By in United Kingdom,

It's a shame that Toys R Us's in the UK don't hold these fantastic events, we seem to lag behind everybody else in the UK :(

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By in United States,

Cant wait!!

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By in Netherlands,

@ the minifigure store
It looks very good in the uk when you look at the Netherlands. We do not get promobags (or the two times we had them the bags had come out somewhere else a year ago, and we had to spend 50 euro to get one, instead of a pound for a newspaper) there are toys r us shops and lego stores in the uk. All of those, with the promo's they do, we don't have.
The new series 11 minifigures don't even get released in the Netherlands. We don't even have big toy stores. For example the series 10 with mr. gold. Shops that sold them, only got one box, and some bigger stores around me don't even sell the cmf. So no boxes to look trough for us. Besides that, in the Netherlands prices are higher too. For example the new winter village, is 10 euro's more then in Germany. For the olympics the uk got a special series.
From my view the uk looks to have the most free sets of lego (newspapers ext. no other country has).

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By in United Kingdom,

Looks cool

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By in Canada,

The minifigure pack doesn't look unique at all :(

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By in Canada,

The LOTR Tower is part of the 20% deal for this week fyi...

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