A few years ago I shared this awesome freebie for kids. It’s LEGO Life Magazine, and kids ages 5 to 9 can get a FREE subscription that lasts until they turn 10!
I signed up my son for the subscription a couple years ago, and he gets a new issue 4 times a year. When the newest issue comes in the mail it’s so exciting for him, and he goes to read it right away.
Each issue is about 30 pages, all full-color. There are so many fun things in there, including comics, activities and games.
Sign up your kid for a FREE LEGO Life magazine subscription here. Then they will continue to receive it 4 times per year until they turn 10! There is no catch – it’s truly free! How awesome is that!
If you already have a LEGO account, just login to sign up, or sign up for a free account here.
Your first issue will arrive within 6-14 weeks.
Psst – You can also download the current issue as a free PDF on their website so your child doesn’t have to wait to check it out!
(P.S. There’s also an app for older kids!)
TIP: If you have trouble signing up your child for the free LEGO Life magazine subscription, I reached out and heard back from LEGO to find out what to do. They’ve been very busy, and here is what they said – perhaps it will help some of you:
“We hear there is big traffic on the website, so it might cause some errors, but please recommend these tips, which we’ve found often fix the problem:
1. Delete your temporary internet files and cookies. To get to your cookies, press Ctrl+Shift+Delete (in Windows) or Shift+Command+Delete (on a Mac). Once you’re there, tick the box or boxes for ”Cookies” and ”Temporary Internet Files” and then hit enter on your keyboard.
2. Try a different web browser, or a device (PC, tablet, mobile phone).
3. Logging out of your LEGO® Account and then back in might also help to solve the problem.
If it’s still not working for your followers, please ask them to get in touch with us directly, there might be a user specific issue. if the parents let us know the name, address, date of birth of their child, we can process the registration for them.”
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