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March Online Offers Now Available

After a few issues yesterday, it appears that the March online offers from LEGO are now active. This month there are three different offers available, but unfortunately they are fairly specific in how you can earn them.

Click on any of the images below to view that specific offer. As always these offers are while stocks last.

Free Winter Soldier with purchase of S.H.I.E.L.D Helicarrier



Free Azari’s Magic Fire set with any LEGO® Brand Disney Princess, LEGO Friends or LEGO Elves orders of $45 or more



Free Duplo Snail with any Duplo purchase


February LEGO Offer Now Available

A new month and a new offer from the Australian online LEGO Store.

To celebrate the return of Bionicle LEGO are giving away an exclusive LEGO Bionicle Hero Pack with all orders. Unlike other bonuses this one does not appear to have a minimum spend to qualify.

Offer February 2015 A

The LEGO® Bionicle Hero Pack (5002941) offer is valid for orders from 1st to 14th February 2015, or while stocks last.

January Offer Now Available

Just as we predicted, a new offer is now available from the Australian online LEGO store.

Orders over $100 will receive 40140 Flower Cart.


This set is actually related to the Detective’s Office modular that should be available soon. The story with the Detective is the clandestine distribution of baked goods, and this flower cart is hiding a secret shipment of sweet treats.

Click on the image above to view the promotion details.

Details Of Possible January Promo

We have recieved an email from the UK Affiliate programme with details of what will hopefully be the January Online LEGO store promo for Australia.

Orders over a certain threshold will receive 40140 Flower Cart.


This set is actually related to the Detective’s Office modular that is released on January 1st. The story with the Detective is the clandestine distribution of baked goods, and this flower cart is hiding a secret shipment of sweet treats.

We will update with local details if/when the offer goes live.

VIPs Get Early Access To Second Christmas Bonus Set

If you head over to the Australian online LEGO store you may notice a new offer – VIPs are being given access to the second of the Christmas bonus sets a little bit early.

VIP Early Access Ice Skating

It may be worth waiting a little bit though – reports are that this offer has appeared a little bit early, and it will not officially kick off until tomorrow (22nd November 2014).

When the offer is live the set should appear in your cart, so it may be worth checking regularly over the next day or so. As this is a VIP offer you will need to be logged in with your VIP account to access the deal.

The offer should become available to all shoppers soon.

Thanks to Josh for sending the information about the offer.

Via http://shop.lego.com/en-AU/

Online Offer: Free Toy Workshop Set

If you had previously been on the fence about the Santa’s Workshop set, then this new bonus offer from the Australian online LEGO store may just get you over the line.40106 Toy WorkshopSpend $100 between now and October 31st 2014 and you will receive this bonus Toy Workshop set. Not only is this set cute, it also goes perfectly with 10245 Santa’s Workshop.

The site seems to currently be under heavy load, so you may need to be patient.

The Double VIP points offer also continues until the end of the month.

Via http://shop.lego.com/en-AU/LEGO-Free-Gift


Earn Double VIP Points During October

It’s a new month, which means a new promotion from the online LEGO store. For the whole month of October you will receive double the VIP points on all orders.

Double VIP October 2014

To take advantage of the offer you will need to have an existing VIP account, or contact LEGO customer service prior to placing your order. The image above will take you directly to the store.

Santa’s Workshop is also now available to non-VIP customers

10245 Main

If you are interested in this set it may be worth holding off until the 15th of October. Australia usually follows the UK promotions, and there are strong indications that a new promotion will kick off in the second half of the month; A bonus Elf Workshop set when you purchase Santa’s Workshop. At this stage we are unable to confirm with absolute certainty that Australia will be getting this promotion.

LEGO Online Store Currently Offline [Updated]

LEGO Offline

It seems that the online LEGO store is currently offline. We aren’t sure what is causing the outage, but at the time of writing (9:30AM AEST) it has been offline for at least three hours.

UPDATE: The store is back online. There doesn’t appear to be any difference (no new sets added).


If you have been trying to order something and came across the Service Unvailable page it’s not just you. This does appear to be a global outage, with multiple regions experiencing the issue.

August sees the release of some much anticipated sets like the Mini and Exo-Suit, so let’s hope the store is back online soon.

Here is the message currently displayed

Our apologies! We are experiencing technical difficulties on our website at this time. We are working to resolve this as quickly as possible. Please check back soon, or call us at 00-800-5346-1111 (Europe) or 800-835-4386 (North America) and we will gladly assist you.

Thank you,
The LEGO Team

Via http://shop.lego.com/en-AU/

LEGO Increases Free Shipping Threshold By $50

Free Delivery

For LEGO fans looking to buy something hard to find or exclusive the official Australian online LEGO store was a good option. They do sell at Australian RRP, but the inclusion of regular bonuses meant it was easy to justify the little extra. Unfortunately, as of today, the free shipping threshold has increased from $150 to $200. To some it may not seem like a big difference, but it will make the online store less appealing for a lot of shoppers.

A good example of the problem is new Star Wars set 75054 AT-AT. With a price of $169.99 this set previously qualified for free shipping. As of today you will either have to pay $35 shipping or add an extra $30.01 worth of LEGO to your order. If you have a strict budget then the online store just no longer became an option.

Here is what the online store website says

We strive to offer you an unrivaled shopper experience. Due to changes with our shipping logistics, we have recently had to review our free shipping threshold.

As far as we can tell there have been no increases to their standard shipping charges, which have always been high. The minimum delivery charge is $25.00.

What can you do about this change?

The first thing we suggest is contact LEGO customer service and tell them that you aren’t happy with the change. We aren’t sure if LEGO will revise their position, so your next option is to shop around. Stay up to date with sales and check Amazon.com. With a lot more sets shipping to Australia and some good sales Amazon has become one of the cheapest ways to get LEGO.

Thanks to everybody who made us aware of the change

LEGO Online Store – New July Offer

If you weren’t a fan of the Frax Flyer giveaway that was running at the start of the month then the LEGO online store has a new offer that you may like. This set looks like it has some more interesting parts.

Free Chima Worriz Fire Bike With Orders Over $45

LEGO July Offer Free Worriz Fire Bike

Your free LEGO® Legends of Chima™ Worriz’ Fire Bike will be automatically added to your shopping bag with orders of $45 or more

You can find more information here