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Free "Star Wars Box" with $75 Star Wars purchase. Valid in store or online 12/17-18. Box is valued at $9.99 and includes five LEGO Star Wars "items."
If I had to guess, I'd say it's probably something like a Mud Trooper Solo polybag and some stickers.
Free Exclusive Star Wars™ Box (5005704) offer is valid on shop.LEGO.com and at LEGO® Stores from 12/17/18, through 11:59pm EST 12/19/18, or while supplies last only. Qualifying purchase must be equal to or greater than $75 in LEGO Star Wars™ merchandise from the current assortment; any applicable taxes, shipping charges, or value of gift cards purchased do not apply to merchandise total. Offer excludes Bricks & Pieces and backorder items. Cannot be applied to previous purchases or combined with any other discount, offer or free gift. One free set per household. Item is valued at approximately a $9.99 (US) / $12.99 (CA) retail value and cannot be exchanged or substituted for any other item or cash value. Item is available exclusively through this offer; additional sets cannot be purchased. Offers not valid at LEGOLAND® Parks or LEGOLAND Discovery Centers. The LEGO Group reserves the right to cancel or modify these promotions at any time without advance notice.
To enter our contest for a chance to win a special-edition LEGO® Minifigure, please visit starwarsbox.brandmovers.co for the official contest rules. No purchase necessary to enter. Must be 18 years or older. Many will enter and few will win. Only valid in the 50 United States and District of Columbia, and the 10 provinces of Canada, excluding Quebec. The LEGO Group reserves the right to cancel any promotion without notice.
More [email protected] tomfoolery...
Meanwhile, my needed parts remain in limbo and my project unfinished...
I feel Lego has more than stepped up for the time being. Obviously, if it never comes, I'll ask for the refund.
(Who is doing the grading?)
The current LEGO aftermarket is still driven largely by actual demand.
The comic book scene from that era had only to do with 'collector' marketing. And shockingly, the comics that are actually rare - maintain their value...
This is an isolated curiosity. Unprecedented and not indicative of LEGO's overall market strategy. It's a giveaway item, not related to generating revenue.
(But I would like to know who LEGO is relying on to grade this thing. Or how much that entity paid for the privilege!)
I will never understand the appeal of"graded" collectibles. :p
- Extra freebies
- The Disney annual pass discount (10%) includes the promo prices; in this case, and extra $5
The Star Wars black box includes the same items indicated by others.
2x #40274 at $9.99 (good price/part)
2x #5005406 Ninjago Play & Display case at $17.49.
And I got the reindeer ornament for free.
The Ninjago cases are great for keeping the dust off your Brickheadz and Micro Fighters.