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Lego superfans, listen up: Target just made it way easier to earn points through the Lego VIP program. Right now through July 31, you’ll get one VIP point for every dollar you spend on LEGO sets at Target. It’s a big deal because typically you can only get these points when you make purchases from Lego stores or at Lego.com.
Lego VIP is a free loyalty program offered by Lego that allows members to earn points for their Lego purchases and redeem them at Lego.com or in Lego stores for different rewards and exclusive sets.
So if you’re the market for sets from popular fandoms like Star Wars, Super Mario, Minecraft, and more, get ready to earn rewards points like never before.
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Sign up for a free Lego VIP member account to turn your purchases into points.
Becoming a Lego VIP member is free and easy. Here’s what you do:
- Visit the Lego VIP website
- Select “Join Online”
- Select “I’m new and want to join VIP”
- Select “Create a Lego account”
- Input your email, desired password, country, and birthdate (and check the terms & conditions box)
Once you sign up, you’re ready to start earning points. To do so, simply snap a picture of your receipt from your Target Lego set purchase and choose “Upload Target Receipt” in the VIP Activities section of the Lego VIP dashboard. Once your receipt is submitted, you’ll automatically get one VIP point per $1 you’d spent. (They don’t round up; $4.99 is only 4 points.)
Want more points? If you buy direct from Lego.com or Lego stores, you’ll earn 6.5 points for every $1 spent, according to the Lego VIP FAQs.
Get VIP points on more than 300 different Lego sets for sale at Target.
There are more than 300 different Lego sets for sale at Target.com, and any of them will earn you Lego VIP points through July 31, 2023. They range in price from less than $5 to $599, giving you plenty of options.
Here are some of the more affordable Target Lego sets from five of the more popular types of Lego sets: Super Mario, Star Wars, Ninjago, Minecraft, and Lego City:
1. Lego Super Mario Character Packs Series 6 Figure Set ($4.79).
If you don’t want to spend a ton but you still want to get the points, consider the Lego Super Mario Character Packs Series 6 Figure Set. This set will cost you less than $5, which means you’ll get 4 points (they don’t round up). It comes with 52 pieces and includes 8 fan-favorite Super Mario figures: Birdo, Green Toad, an Ice Bro, a Bramball, two Cat Goombas, a Blooper with 3 baby Bloopers, a Sumo Bro, and a Spike. (If you don’t know what those are, ask a kid.)
2. Lego Star Wars Boba Fett’s Starship Microfighter Set ($9.99).
The Lego Star Wars Boba Fett’s Starship Microfighter Set (which comes with 85 pieces and is ideal for ages 6 and up) will earn you 9 points. It features the iconic starship, two flick shooters, a blaster, and a jetpack accessory. Anyone who likes Star Wars: The Mandalorian and Star Wars: The Book of Boba Fett will love this set.
3. Lego Ninjago Lloyd Mech Battle EVO Action Figure Set ($19.99).
Complete with 223 pieces, the Lego Ninjago Lloyd Mech Battle EVO Action Figure Set is ideal for anyone who wants to get creative. It comes with two posable Ninjago action figures, both of which are armed with cool ninja toy weapons. The best part? You’ll get 19 points.
4. Lego Minecraft The End Arena, Ender Dragon Battle Set ($24.99).
If you know a Minecraft fan, consider getting them this Lego Minecraft The End Arena, Ender Dragon Battle Set. It comes with 252 pieces, allowing them to create their favorite characters and different battle scenes. Plus, you’ll get 24 points on your purchase.
5. Lego City Lunar Roving Vehicle Space Toy Building Set ($31.99).
Want to go above and beyond? Opt for the Lego City Lunar Roving Vehicle Space Toy Building Set. It comes with 275 pieces, which can create a NASA-inspired rover. The rover has 12 wheels for omnidirectional steering, two inspection arms, and room for three astronaut minifigures, plus a meteorite. You’d earn 31 VIP points on this purchase.
Use your Target RedCard to save 5% on Lego VIP sets.
If you have a Target RedCard, you can save 5% on all your purchases, including Lego sets. This can add up to significant savings, especially on more expensive Lego VIP sets.
The best news of all is that if a set costs $50, even though you’d only spend $47.50 with your RedCard, you’d still get 50 VIP points. You’re not penalized for saving money.
Find deals on Lego VIP sets with Target Circle Offers.
Target’s loyalty program, called Target Circle, often has special offers and discounts on various items, including Lego sets. Check the Target app or website to see available Circle offers that can be applied to Lego VIP sets.
And just like with the RedCard offers, you’re not penalized for finding a good Target Circle offer on Lego sets. You’ll get credit for Target’s original retail price for the Lego set, not necessarily what you paid.
When you have enough points, spend them at Lego.com.
You can spend Lego VIP points a whole bunch of different ways, from entering contests to purchasing limited edition Lego sets. According to the Rewards section of the Lego VIP site, here’s a breakdown of what you can expect to get with your points (and how many points they’ll cost you):
- Lego Store Discounts: $5 off for 650 points, $25 off for 2,600 points, $50 off for 6,500 points, $100 off for 13,000 points
- The Lego Store Gift Card: $10 for 500 points, $20 for 1,000 points, $50 for 2,500 points, $100 for 5,000 points
- Legoland Theme Park Tickets: 1 day ticket for 8,000 points
- Lego Merchandise: Merchandise can range in price from 50 points to 1,000 points
- VIP Exclusive Sets: Exclusive sets can range in price from 500 points to 10,000 points