LEGO 5005358 Minifigure Factory promotion launches today

To celebrate 40 years of the LEGO minifigure, 500538 Minifigure Factory is currently free with qualifying orders at the official LEGO online shop.

The desirable promotional items are coming thick and fast in 2018, with [geot exclude_country=”United States”]500538 Minifigure Factory[/geot][geot country=”United States”]500538 Minifigure Factory[/geot] the latest to tap into the nostalgia of adult collectors. Anyone ordering over [geot exclude_country=”United States”]£55[/geot] [geot country=”United States”]$75[/geot] at [geot exclude_country=”United States”]shop.LEGO.com[/geot][geot country=”United States”]shop.LEGO.com[/geot] will get the set for free, added to the basket automatically.

Within the set, that comprises bricks with a cardboard backdrop, includes lots of fun details. The minifigure is a LEGO employee, putting together minifigures… it’s very post modern. Each of the five microfigures, that stand in for minifigures at this scale, represents a classic theme – Town, Pirates, Space and NINJAGO. Castle fans should start the letter writing campaign now.

There are plenty of new products to buy at the official online shop to help meet the threshold, including [geot exclude_country=”United States”]21314 TRON: Legacy Lightcycle[/geot][geot country=”United States”]21314 TRON: Legacy Lightcycle[/geot], [geot exclude_country=”United States”]Collectible Minifigures Series 18[/geot][geot country=”United States”]Collectible Minifigures Series 18[/geot] and a host of new [geot exclude_country=”United States”]BrickHeadz[/geot][geot country=”United States”]BrickHeadz[/geot] sets.

5005358 Minifigure Factory will be free with purchase at [geot exclude_country=”United States”]shop.LEGO.com[/geot][geot country=”United States”]shop.LEGO.com[/geot] until [geot exclude_country=”United States”]April 22[/geot][geot country=”United States”]April 15[/geot], or while stocks last.

Graham

Graham was the BrickFanatics.com 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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