For those Star Wars fans who want a reason to avoid the retail madness that Disney Lucasfilm expect on September 1st just head to LEGO shop@home, where there are a number of enticements to be had, instead.
VIP Double Points Offer: Only Star Wars items from the current assortment qualify for this offer. Points are attributed to the account once payment is received. VIP Membership required. See VIP.LEGO.com or inquire in a LEGO Store for details on free membership. Offer cannot be combined with any other VIP Program offer, discount or coupon. Points will not be credited for purchases made prior to, or after this promotion. Points will not be earned on the purchase of Gift Cards or any applicable taxes or shipping charges.
In addition, Brick Fanatics has has posted a report that on Force Friday itself there will be a triple VIP point offer.
Free minifigure offer: Valid only on item 40176 Scarif Stormtrooper Minifigure. One free gift per household. Minifigure not available for purchase. Qualifying purchase must be equal to or greater than $50 in LEGO Star Wars merchandise only. Minifigure is valued at approximately a $5.99 (US) / $7.99 (CA) retail value and cannot be exchanged or substituted for any other item or cash value.
Free poster offer: Qualifying purchase must include a LEGO Star Wars item from the current assortment. Poster is valued at approximately a $0.99 and cannot be exchanged or substituted for any other item or cash value.
While nothing is known about this poster it is presumably a LEGO version of the (as yet unseen) The Last Jedi theatrical release and will be similar to the movie posters that LEGO has released in the past.
All offers are valid from September 1, 2017 through 11:59pm EST (8:59pm PST) September 3, 2017 or while stocks last.
This post originally appeared on Rebelscum.com on the 26th of August, 2017.
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