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They say nothing is free in this world, but we found something that actually is — and your kids are gonna be super excited about it. Lego Life is Lego’s 100% official and completely free print magazine.13 other countries can register for their free subscription online. Keep reading to learn five things you need to know about Lego Life and how you can get the magazine delivered free to your mailbox throughout the year, plus other freebies for kids.
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How often does Lego Life magazine come out?
Lego Life magazine comes out five times a year. Every issue features Lego sneak peeks, comics, games, puzzles, and more. Plus, kids can even submit their own Cool Creations for a chance to be featured in the magazine.
Is Lego Life magazine really free?
Yes, children ages 5 – 9 can get a free subscription, and it only takes a few minutes to sign up. You don’t have to pay any postage fees either.
How do I sign my child up for a Lego Life subscription?
First, if you don’t already have one, you’ll need to visit Lego’s official website and create a free account. Within a few minutes, you’ll receive an activation code via email, which will work for 24 hours. After you enter it, you’ll be redirected to a page where you can sign up for your child’s free subscription. If you have more than one kid, don’t worry: you can add up to four different subscribers per household, so each child will receive their own magazine with their name on it!
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How long will it take for my child’s first issue of Lego Life to arrive?
It can take anywhere from 6 – 16 weeks before the first magazine arrives, so it might be a good idea not to tell them about Lego Life until it’s actually in your mailbox! The good news is that all previous issues of the magazine are available to download for free on the Lego website. Plus, right now, all new subscribers will receive a printable activity pack.
What age is Lego Life magazine for?
Lego Life magazine is made for children between the ages of 5 and 9. (Lego suggests that children under 5 check out their Duplo website to find activities tailored to a younger audience.) Note that there are two different versions of Lego Life magazine: one for children 7 years or older and another for kids under 7.
Is there a monthly official Lego magazine?
No. Lego Life is the brand’s only official magazine, and it’s printed five times a year. Any magazine you see being sold in stores is not affiliated with or authorized by Lego.