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And even with @odindusk making 8 "varied" orders back to back, I also doubt anyone at [email protected] would really care. Hopefully LEGO has enough to support the promo duration, especially seeing that they aren't ratholing them like they have previous ones.
But since there is a posted limit, we would discourage any conversations here that would espouse circumvention of said limits. No one has come anywhere close to doing so and even if they did, we would simply give them the Tattoine speech, "These aren't the droids you're looking for, move along." :o)
The only way I could see any kind of issue with you account getting suspended would be if you submitted so many orders that they suspected you of being a reseller. I personally doubt $400 worth of Lego in a month would raise this suspicion.
I have been looking at Lego.com web site, and there is something there I so want to get...
I am from Australia, I know they ship to Australia...but I can't get past the zip code!
I have contacted them, but they say it could take up to 2 weeks to get a reply. There is nothing on their web site about how to go about buying from them internationally. So I thought I'd ask here, in case someone has done it and can tell me how do I go about it?
Then you can change regions and languages.
I haven't tried it on my laptop, so I might try that tomorrow.
It's a little frustrating as I need 3 of them and EBay and Bricklink prices seem to be about a fiver or more over priced, also the lights for the trains appear to be temporarily out of stock as well and I require 5 of those.
Does anybody know an alternative way of getting these without paying a 50% premium or will I just have to suck it up and pay the monies?
If you're at the main page (i.e. shop.lego.com), there should be a region selector in the upper right corner that allows you to select from ~25 different countries.
In right hand top corner below where you log in and next to their customer service number.
Works fine ( can change to whatever region I want although I'm in UK)
No actual stores here, I am 520km round trip from one, so that's out. I do all my shopping online.
Thank you so much.
Good luck with it.
Edit: If I can find any more (My local store has none left), I'd be happy to pick one up for you at cost + shipping. I'm heading to Sydney on Friday so I'll see how I go.
Usually it's an "over $50" thing
It's rather disappointing that it's not in March instead :o(
General question, do Lego stores allow returns from online purchases or do returns have to be mailed back? Thanks,
Obviously double VIP points is better if you have no need for the other items and are not likely to sell them.
How long for a reply from LEGO Customer Service usually?
So thumbs up overall.