Getting festive with LEGO Creator 30434 Reindeer

LEGO Creator 30434 Reindeer is the perfect set to start the Christmas festivities – and it is currently free as part of a LEGO shop promotion

LEGO building is as much a part of Christmas as mince pies, mulled wine and terrible pop songs. While it may be fractionally too early to put up the full Winter Village display, 30434 Reindeer is a new polybag that has arrived at to get the seasonal LEGO fun started. The little sets build a delightful reindeer with two presents.

LEGO 40434 Reindeer 2

Getting the set is simple – it requires a £35 spend at on absolutely anything. There are two routes to go down, the first of which is to buy festive themed items. There are only three weeks left to get any of the four advent calendars in time; Harry Potter, Star Wars, Friends or City and of course it is also best to have 10267 Gingerbread House in advance of December 1.

The other way to go is to use the excuse to do a spot of self-gifting and indulge in one of the many recent exclusive sets. While LEGO Originals 853967 Wooden Minifigure (review) is a nice ornament, there have also been some really appealing traditional sets recently too, including LEGO Ideas 21320 Dinosaur Fossils, LEGO Star Wars 75252 Imperial Star Destroyer and LEGO Technic 42110 Land Rover Defender.

There is only a limited time to take advantage of the free polybag deal, as it will end on November 17, unless stock runs out before then.

To make sure to get the most out of the deal, the order needs to qualify for free delivery so should total £50 or more.

It is as simple as that! Once more than £35 worth of products have been added to the basket, the little festive friend will appear in there for free and be shipped with the rest of the order. Then when it arrives, the Christmas tradition of LEGO building can begin…

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Graham was the Editor up until November 2020. He has plenty of experience working on LEGO related projects. He has contributed to various websites and publications on topics including niche hobbies, the toy industry and education. Follw Graham on Twitter @grahamh100.

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