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Freebie: Lego Magazine


Love Legos? Yeah, we do, too. That’s why I was so excited to come across this offer for a *free* subscription to Lego Magazine from the Lego Club.

It isn’t often that something is free, with no strings attached. But this is!

Why Lego Magazine?

Kids love to get mail. Every time my daughter gets something addressed to her in the mailbox, she is to-the-moon excited.

It’s educational fun – and fully illustrated. It’ll grab and keep your child’s attention with fun stories, challenges, games, and cool creations built by other LEGO fans.

It brings together the world of LEGO and delivers it right to your front door.

There are step by step instructions on the Lego Club website, but I’ll walk you through it here. It’s pretty easy.

free lego magazine, it's easy!

Already Have a Lego ID?

If your child already has a LEGO ID it’s super simple.

Login here to manage your account. You’ll receive an email with a link to update your subscription options (this prevents your child from changing the settings without your knowledge). 

Click the link in the email to sign-up for the magazine.

Bam. Done.

New to the Lego Club?

It’s still pretty easy.

Go to this website and click the sign up link at the bottom to create a LEGO ID using your child’s birthdate. You’ll get an email verification to activate the LEGO ID account.

Once that’s activated, log in and go to the manage your account option. With this, you’ll receive a second email with a subscription link.

It’s as simple as clicking the link in the LEGO Club email to sign up for the magazine!

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And that’s all there is to it!

Do you know of any other free magazine subscriptions for kids? Let me know in the comments!

Interested in re-publishing this article on your blog or website? Awesome! All I ask is that you send me a quick note via my website so I can give you permission. Thank you!


Amy Beardsley

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Amy Beardsley is passionate about personal finance and debt reduction. In 2015, she and her husband Andrew started on a budget making, debt-destroying journey to put an end to the cycle of living paycheck-to-paycheck once and for all. Join her at where she blogs about their progress and offers advice on real money for real women.