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    The LEGO Group is giving you a chance to win a limited edition LEGO Star Wars Celebration Giveaway set! All you have to do is retweet their tweet. There will be a total of 20 sets given out and each set will be valued at $40.99 USD. Giveaway ends on April 16, 2017. Full contest details available here.

    Prize Giveaway Entry Period: The Prize Giveaway Entry Period runs from 9 am April 13, 2017 to 11:59 pm April 16, 2017, (US) Eastern time. Winners and Prizes: A total of 20 Prizes will be awarded in this Prize Giveaway: LEGO Star Wars Detention Block Rescue set. The approximate retail value of each prize is: $40.99 USD.

    LEGO Star Wars Celebration 2017 Detention Block Rescue Exclusive Set

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    LEGO Ideas NASA Set – Coming June 2017

    The LEGO Ideas NASA creation by @20tauri was identified as the next official LEGO Ideas set a month earlier. LEGO has now released a teaser ad showing “Splashdown Imminent”. The set will be officially available beginning June 2017.

    From LEGO Facebook: The Saturn V rocket and the NASA Apollo 11 crew propelled the first two humans to the moon! LEGO Saturn V  is touching down this June.

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    Until April 16, Toys R Us Canada will be offering a free LEGO DC Super Hero Girls Krypto Saves the Day Polybag when you spend $30 or more on any LEGO DC Super Hero Girls, Friends, Elves or Disney Princess building sets. Available in-stores only.

    You can also get a free $10 savings card when you order online and pick up in-store. Savings card is good until April 20, 2017 when you spend $50 or more. Until April 20, 2017, Toys R Us Canada is offering free shipping with no minimum purchase.

    In addition, the following themes will be discounted as well:

    -20% off all $39.99 and up LEGO Friends and The LEGO Batman Movie sets
    -20% off select LEGO Star Wars, Minecraft & Classic Bucket sets
    -20% off all LEGO Duplo sets

    Thanks to forum member AbuTaleb for the news.

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    K-Mart stores in America are having a 50% off sale on already reduced clearance toys including LEGO. Excludes Spring & Seasonal toys. Final discount will be taken off at the cashier register. There are also some points and coupons that could potentially stack as well. Details along with some of the reported finds are available in the forum. Thanks to forum member minifigW for the tip!

    As always, prices and selection may vary depending on your location. You may want to drop by your local Kmart store to have a look.

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    This week from April 9-15, Toys R Us America will be offering 20% off select LEGO sets. These include LEGO Star Wars Rebel U-Wing Fighter, TIE Striker and more. In addition, they are also offering $30 off on ALL LEGO Dimensions Starter Packs and 50% off ALL other LEGO Dimensions Packs (excluding Starter Packs).

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    Triple VIP points has begun at LEGO Brand Retail Stores and LEGO Shop at Home Europe & UK. Offer runs until April 23. In addition, you can get an additional 10% off select retiring sets. For those living in UK & Ireland, they are also offering 33% off select LEGO Star Wars Construction Figures and Disney Princess sets. Check out all the Sales & Deals Items here: UK

    Finally, if you spend £35 or more, you can get a free LEGO Volkswagen Mini Beetle!

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    LEGO has made some important changes to their LEGO Ideas guidelines. They will no longer be accepting LEGO Ideas creations that are based on third-party licenses within the active LEGO Group’s portfolio. Examples include LEGO Star Wars and DC Comics Super Heroes. In addition, third-party licenses from past LEGO Ideas sets are also restricted. Examples include Back to the Future and Ghostbusters. The full list of restrictions can be found here.

    LEGO Ideas Press Publication (taken from the LEGO Ideas Blog)

    Since we started accepting your ideas for new LEGO sets, we’ve kept our Guidelines open until we learn something is simply not practical. Early on, we learned to restrict projects that proposed an entire playtheme, new LEGO elements, and ideas that weren’t brick-based LEGO sets. Along the way, we’ve gradually adjusted the scope of projects we accept as we learn what is realistically possible. We will continue to do so as we evolve the LEGO Ideas experience.

    Over the years, we have heard from many of you who have wondered if we would ever approve a project based on an existing license like Star Wars or MARVEL Super Heroes. Our Guidelines have maintained that these types of concepts are more likely to overlap our existing pipeline, and they have a smaller chance of passing our review because we are actively developing those product lines.

    LEGO Ideas will no longer accept new submissions based on third-party licenses that are active in the LEGO Group’s portfolio.

    Today we’ve updated our Guidelines and House Rules to clarify the types of models we will accept as LEGO® Ideas projects. The main focus of this update is that we will no longer allow projects that are based on currently active licenses in our product portfolio, like Star Wars, MARVEL Super Heroes, Ferrari, Mercedes-Benz, and so on.

    We’ve updated our Guidelines about licensed properties to reflect this, and added a list of restricted licensed properties to the License Conflicts and Resolutions page in the Knowledge Base. If we retire a third-party license and it didn’t enter the LEGO portfolio via LEGO Ideas we’ll remove it from our list, and you’ll then be welcome to submit projects based on it.

    Why are you leaving existing projects active instead of archiving them?

    In some cases, when we introduce new Guidelines we’ve archived affected projects. In this case, we’ve found many Ideas projects reference active third-party IP. Quite a few of these projects include sub-brands, spin offs, and extended universes from our licenses. In order to archive these projects, we would first need to review and decide on each one. Instead, we will evaluate and apply the Guideline to new project submissions going forward. Projects currently being reviewed, as well as active projects that reach 10,000 supporters in the future, will still be evaluated as part of the LEGO Review. Just like before, these projects would have a slimmer chance of passing the LEGO Ideas review, as they overlap with existing licenses in the LEGO product portfolio.

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    New LEGO Friends Episodes are now airing on the Disney Channel (USA) on Sundays. The next episode will be on Sunday, April 9th at 10am EST. You can check out some of the TV Series trailers along with many other LEGO Friends Mini Movies, Designer Videos and more here.

    LEGO Friends Episodes Cartoon – Disney Channel

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