We’re teaming up with The Minifigure Store to offer a LEGO package worth £300 featuring a full set of four Toys ‘R’ Us 2019 Exclusive Asia Bricktober Seaons! We’re keeping this one simple so to be in with a chance of taking these home, head over to our Instagram and simply :
- Follow @theminifigurestore & @exclumagazine
- Comment your favourite LEGO set you ever owned
- And Tag 2x Accounts to see what their favourite set is.
So what exactly are we giving away? Well we have a full set of Four LEGO Bricktober 2019 Seasons sets including Spring, Summer, Autumn & Winter which were Exclusives to Toys ‘R’ Us Asia which you can check out in this Official vide from TRU Malaysia :
And who exactly are The Minifigure Store? Well :
Specialising in rare and retired LEGO and collectables, Ray and his team have a diverse range of old and new ‘Hard to Find’ sets – they sell and presell Collectable Minifigure Series full sets worldwide.
The store stocks bulk minifigures from Star Wars, Super Heroes, Ninjago to blank customisable figures – great for collectors building armies, LEGO photographers needing ‘extras’ or event planners, looking for unique promotional or wedding favours / party gifts.
They also operate the popular LEGO subscription box service, Mini Mystery Boxes and have a massive spares department, Sparebrix.
The team is always contactable via email (email@example.com) or Facebook Messenger – if you are wishing for something LEGO-related, we love the challenge of making it come true!
This giveaway is running from July 6th – July 10th with the Winner Revealed just ahead of our Issue 02 Launch and international entries are also welcome. This giveaway is in no way endorsed or aligned with LEGO or Toys ‘R’ Us Asia.
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Last modified: July 8, 2020