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Free LEGO Life Magazine Subscription!!

If you have kids who love all things LEGO, did you know you can sign them up for a completely free LEGO magazine subscription?! This makes our list of the top magazine subscriptions for kids!

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Free LEGO Life Magazine Subscription for Kids!

Free LEGO Magazine Subscription

If you have kids who loves LEGOS, I just wanted to remind you about this great FREEBIE!

Did you know you can sign up for a completely free LEGO magazine subscription?! There are no strings attached and it’s 100% free!

(Well, other than the fact that there’s definitely some marketing and advertising built into each issue about the newest kits coming out…so your kids might get really excited about new LEGO sets that are on the horizon! ;))

Your first issue will arrive within 6-16 weeks.

kids looking at cool creations

What is LEGO Life Magazine?

This magazine used to be called LEGO Club Magazine but in recent years has rebranded to LEGO Life Magazine.

It’s designed for kids between the ages of 5 and 9 years old. And after providing your child’s birth date, they will receive this FREE magazines 4 times per year until they are no longer within the age limit window. (And after that, they can download the free LEGO Life app to use!)

Each issue is filled with stories, activities, posters, comics, contests, creative building ideas, and more!

Kids can even submit their own creations to possibly appear in the magazine!

Kid Holding LEGO Magazine

Our Kids Loved LEGO Magazine

When they were younger, our kids absolutely loved this magazine.

It was always one of their very favorite magazines to get in the mail, and it was SO fun for them to get some of their own snail mail!

I have fond memories of our three older kids pouring over the latest LEGO issue and reading it from cover to cover — especially Kathrynne!

This magazine provided hours of entertainment for all of our kids without spending a dime!

Free LEGO magazine subscription

Go here to sign your kid up for a FREE subscription!

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15 Comments

  • Victoria says:

    Favorite in our house for years too! Kids just the last year or two have finally out grown it. Our copies would get so ragged and falling apart and yet my kids would still not want to give them up.

  • Christina says:

    This isn’t magazine related but, it’s Lego related, so I’m just throwing it out here..

    I’m not sure if they still do this, but about a year ago when I was working at a mall, the store across from us was Lego. The first Tuesday of every month they would give out free Lego kits to people-mostly children but I would see adults in the line, too-and they would have different kits for each month. The line always wrapped around the mall, and people always told me it was worth it.

    • Sarah says:

      Yes, the first tuesday of each month, the Lego store has a “free mini build.” It’s ages 4-12, I believe, and usually begins at 5. Many people get in line early. At our Lego store, you didn’t used to have to wait in line early, but now it has gotten quite busy, and if you don’t get in line early, you won’t get it. BUT, our Lego Store has been kind enough to have a consolation prize if you didn’t get to do the mini-build. But, I’m certain that’s not the norm.

  • I thought I would share this article, it’s a Nathan Sawaya’a exhibit, which is currently being shown in Philadelphia, PA, and is a remastering of famous works, such as Stary Night and The Mona Lisa, all in Legos! As one of my two degrees was in Art History, I always love to see exhibits that the whole family can enjoy!

    http://www.philly.com/philly/entertainment/20150203_Kiddin__Around__New_Lego_exhibit_at_Franklin_Institute.html

  • I thought I would share this article, it’s a Nathan Sawaya’a exhibit, which is currently being shown in Philadelphia, PA, and is a remastering of famous works, such as Starry Night and The Mona Lisa, all in Legos! As one of my two degrees was in Art History, I always love to see exhibits that the whole family can enjoy!

    http://www.philly.com/philly/entertainment/20150203_Kiddin__Around__New_Lego_exhibit_at_Franklin_Institute.html

  • Jo says:

    Several years ago we signed up for this magazine and really wish we hadn’t. While my kids love Legos and enjoy building with them I was disappointed with the content of the magazine. We have called and canceled several times but it still comes.

    Several of our library branches have lego build days and contests which is another resource as well for kids to share lego fun!

  • Bobbi says:

    Does anyone know how to find the lego jr. magazine? I can’t find it anywhere on the website.

  • Teresa says:

    In Missouri, our conservation department offers a free magazine geared for kids called Xplor. http://xplor.mdc.mo.gov/xplor/get-xplor-magazine It is available for subscriptions for out of state for $5 per year. My 9 year old son loves getting this magazine and so do we. We usually read it together as soon as it comes in the mail. I recently signed him up for the Lego magazine.

  • Thanks so much for this tip. My daughter’s birthday was last Tuesday and the only thing she asked for was “beautiful legos.” Consequently, we are definitely in the Lego stage!

  • Terri says:

    THANK YOU for this blog post!! I just signed up for my son. This is one of the many reasons why I love visiting your blog everyday. You post such wonderful treasures!

  • pamela says:

    My children absolutely love the LEGO Magazine. They actively wait for it every two month and get concerned if it is a day or two late coming in the mail.

    One option is to sign each of your children up for their own LEGO magazine. We have been doing this for years.

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