The 160 m2 store which also includes a wall Pick-a-Brick is not a "real" LEGO Store, it is a franchise store run by the Italian company Percassi. For those who are wondering, this is not a temporary store that would eventually be replaced by a "real" LEGO Store. LEGO manages its network, Percassi takes care of his.
LEGO also provides some details about the operation of these Certified Stores on its official website:
This LEGO® Store is owned and operated by an authorized independent third party. Offers, promotions, pricing and inventory are subject to change and the LEGO VIP loyalty program will not be available. Gift cards and returns of products ordered on LEGO.com will not be accepted. For more information, please contact the Store directly.
Many fans report confirmations via employees of the various stores of the "imminent" possibility of being able to use their VIP points in these franchised stores, but nothing has been officially confirmed to date.
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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