While Americans feast on plastic gifts, LEGO rewards us with paper: you can now exchange 600 of your VIP points for a set of four postcards to send to your friends from your vacation spot and four stickers to stick on on your suitcase that will allow you "stand out in a crowded terminal!", it's LEGO that says so.
LEGO could have offered the thing during a purchase on the official store, but the objective here is to make us "spend" our points for a reward rather than taking advantage of the reduction of 4 € they could have allowed. 'obtain. And you have to place an order anyway to be able to use the code generated during the conversion of the points. Smart, I cracked, but I will not send postcards, I keep them for me.
I don't work for LEGO®, I am not corrupted by LEGO®, I buy my LEGO® myself and what I am given, I offer it to the readers of the site.
For the rest, the owners of the respective brands mentioned on the site remain the owners and it is very well like that, blablabla ....
The fact that LEGO thrills by sending sets for reviews and other tests obviously does not influence my opinion on these products.
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