Brick Fanatics has just launched its very first newsletter, and there are plenty of reasons why you should get your name on the mailing list.
The Brick Fanatics newsletter offers informative, interesting and sometimes even intimate LEGO goodness, all delivered directly to your inbox. Simply sign up using the ‘Brick Fanatics Newsletter‘ box in the sidebar, and we’ll bring you carefully curated selections of stories from the site, along with exclusive insight you won’t find anywhere else.
If that alone isn’t reason enough to sign up to the Brick Fanatics newsletter, here are five more…
5 – Weekly round-ups
Look, we get it: keeping up with everything going on in the world of LEGO isn’t easy. We find it tricky enough and it’s literally our job. So when you have other things going on in life, like any reasonable person should, LEGO news can easily slip through the net. Thankfully, Brick Fanatics is here to help with our weekly round-ups of all the best and most relevant content.
4 – Free LEGO
Did someone say free LEGO? There’s really no better incentive in life, which is why we’ll be bringing you plenty of opportunities to win bundles of bricks. We’ve already given away three of the very best LEGO sets around in 80012 Monkey King Warrior Mech, 75810 The Upside Down and 21318 Tree House, and we’ll be offering even more chances to win in the near future, exclusively through our newsletter.
3 – New stuff
Everyone loves new stuff, especially when that new stuff has come straight from the minds of Billund’s brightest designers. We’ll notify you of the most important LEGO set releases as they launch, packaged with all the most relevant reading material and extra insight you’ve come to expect from the Brick Fanatics team – whether it’s five things you need to know about 10276 Colosseum or some properly fascinating facts about the real-life NASA Apollo Saturn V rocket.
2 – Curated content
The world of LEGO is broad, so why not leave it to us to wade through it for you? We’ll curate each and every newsletter to bring you the best content around the sets that matter most, including in-depth reviews, interviews with LEGO designers, and unique insight into the products you care about. We’re talking exclusive chats with some of the world’s most talented folk, like the man behind the Batmobile, and even informed opinion pieces from the Brick Fanatics team. Speaking of which…
1 – Get to know the Brick Fanatics team
Are you looking for a new LEGO friend? Well, you’ll get four if you sign up to the Brick Fanatics newsletter. Every single mail-out will be personally written by one of the team, and because we’re coming straight to your inbox, we can talk directly to you. And you don’t even have to reply! It’s just like Tinder, only with more LEGO and less rejection. (Hopefully.)
Fill in your details in the ‘Brick Fanatics Newsletter’ box in the sidebar to sign up. And if you hate it (or us), you can always unsubscribe. But you really won’t want to miss out on what we have planned – even if it’s just free LEGO.
- I like to think of myself as a journalist first, LEGO fan second, but we all know that’s not really the case. Journalism does run through my veins, though, like some kind of weird literary blood – the sort that will no doubt one day lead to a stress-induced heart malfunction. It’s like smoking, only worse. Thankfully, I get to write about LEGO until then.
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