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LEGO Drops Two New Brick Sets With Double VIP Points

LEGO VIP double points

The LEGO VIP program can get you discounts, free LEGO sets, and other exciting rewards — as long as you save up enough points. And for fans that were unaware, LEGO occasionally offers double points on select items. This week, LEGO debuted just that, two new brick sets for October 2021 that offer double VIP points, and here’s what you need to know.

If you’re wondering what the LEGO VIP program is or what all it has to offer, click here. If you’re already a member, you’ll be happy to see a new LEGO City kit and LEGO Magical pack that can net you some solid rewards.

LEGO City wildlife

First up is the LEGO City Wildlife Rescue Operation set. For $90, you’ll get an exciting Wildlife LEGO build with over 500 bricks, along with 1,170 VIP points on the purchase. This LEGO set is available now, and the double rewards run until the end of October. Grab yours from the link below.

LEGO City Wildlife Rescue Operation

Get the LEGO City Wildlife Rescue brick set during the month of October and earn double VIP reward points.

Then, LEGO also debuted a new LEGO Magical Funfair Roller Coaster set perfect for any collection. The Roller Coaster build is a little bigger than the Wildlife kit, packing 974 bricks, and will cost you $99. However, this set gets you 1,300 points, which is a pretty solid deal. Again, the double VIP points will be available through the end of the month. So grab yours today, enjoy the build, and get the extra points.

LEGO Magical Funfair Roller Coaster

Buy the exciting LEGO Magical Funfair Roller Coaster with nearly 800 bricks during October and earn double VIP points.

via The BrickFan

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