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LEGO Double VIP Points Promotion Now Live

LEGO VIP Set (40178)

The promotion for the exclusive LEGO VIP Set (40178) is now live on LEGO [email protected]. You can get it for free with purchases of $125 or more from now until October 25. To entice you even more, LEGO is also offering double VIP points throughout the promotional period as well. You can check out my review of the LEGO VIP Set here.

If you’re unsure of what to get to reach the threshold, consider some of the last chance (retiring) sets as listed on the 2017 Holiday LEGO catalog.

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  • ayuken

    Showing as limit exceeded already on [email protected] even though it just started last night… do they ever re-stock theee promo items if so early in the promo?

    • Try refreshing while on the cart page. It reappeared for me after it didn’t show up.

    • Purple Dave

      When I added a set to my cart, the Lloyd and Cavemen GWPs both added at the same time. When I got over $125, I logged in, and the VIP GWP did not show in my item count or cart overview. Only after I clicked to checkout did I finally see it in my cart.

      If you place a qualifying order and it doesn’t actually add (and keep in mind you do have to be logged in to a VIP account to get this GWP), call them up and ask them to check your order. If they determine that you should have received one, they can always add it on from their end.

  • jermain burnett

    Also we has to purchase any lego items to get free Double VlP point Now live?

  • jermain burnett

    The lego Double VlP point promotion is limited?

  • Purple Dave

    BTW, this outer bag is made of low-density polyethylene (LDPE or PE-LD, recycle number 04), where most polybags and the inner bags for this set are polypropylene (PP, recycle number 05). PP is crinkly, like many snack food bags, where LDPE is more stretchy. The most common use of LDPE in LEGO packaging is probably to collect the long parts in larger sets. It’s generally notable for being the sole bag of parts that isn’t numbered like the rest, and the contents aren’t tied to any specific bag number.

    It is really rare to see it used for primary packaging, outside of stuff like Power Functions accessories, but I know I’ve seen it a few times. I just can’t think of any offhand, except possibly the Dimensions Supergirl (outer package for the LEGO “set”, but packed inside another LEGO box).