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LEGO November 2014 Store Calendar Promos & Events

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LEGO November 2014 Store Calendar

The November 2014 LEGO Store Calendar is now available and we can talk about the promotions that will be happening during the month.

First is a FREE exclusive 2015 LEGO Wall Calendar with purchases of $75 or more. The cover of the calendar features the LEGO Employee minifigure as well as various ones from the Collectible Minifigures line. Inside the calendar also includes exclusive offers. The 2015 LEGO Wall Calendar will be offered from November 1st until the end of the year, while supplies last.

Another promotion is the second FREE exclusive Holiday Set with purchases of of $99 or more. We already know that it will be a skating scene but there’s still no images of it yet. This offer will only be valid from November 28 – December 1 which is during “Brick Friday”, LEGO’s version of Black Friday weekend.

On November 21, LEGO will be revealing the next exclusive set. I’m going to venture a guess that it will be the LEGO Star Wars UCS Slave I (76060).

If you’re a LEGO VIP member, visit your local LEGO Store on November 22 for special holiday offers.

It is not listed on the calendar but there will be a Monthly Mini Build event on November 4. The build for this month is a Rocket (40104) with a launching pad.

The new Christmas LEGO Seasonal sets will also be available during November like the Santa Set (850939) and the different baubles. Also, if you’re planning on getting any of the LEGO 2014 Advent Calendars, I highly suggest you get them soon because they do sell out really fast during the holiday season.

Update: I’ve had a couple of comments regarding the lack of the Pick-A-Brick boxes from previous years on the November 2014 Store Calendar. I’ve been told from a trusted source that LEGO will not be doing that this year (at least here in the US). This is probably because of the new changes that were made to the Pick-A-Brick wall including a price increase for the cups and new elements being added every quarter and it wouldn’t be financially feasible for LEGO to be giving out “free” bricks.

LEGO November 2014 Store Calendar