Lego is taking the lead and giving you a heart to build for Valentine’s Day, for free!

As Valentine's Day approaches, LEGO® is offering a charming and creative initiative: offering lovers and enthusiasts of the brand the opportunity to build a symbol of love. It's a unique opportunity to share a moment of complicity with your other half or to make your own heart beat with enthusiasm for the emblematic bricks.

A limited offer for fast hearts

The Danish company, known worldwide for its construction toys, is launching a special "Build a LEGO® Valentine's Day Heart and take it home!" This offer is valid for a limited time, emphasizing the "first come, first served" policy. Interested parties will have to show up on February 9 from 4 to 6 p.m. and February 10 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m . to hope to leave with this symbolic gift.

Lego Valentine's Day Gift Idea


How to get your LEGO® heart?

The quantity of cores available is limited and distribution will be based on stock availability. LEGO® emphasizes the importance of punctuality and encourages participants to come early. The offer is set for the above dates and will not be renewed once supplies are depleted.


Conditions of participation

To take part in this unique experience, LEGO® has set up simple terms and conditions. Each person has the opportunity to take home a single LEGO® Valentine's Day Heart model, so that as many people as possible can enjoy this special attention. It is important to note that the LEGO® Valentine's Heart model cannot be sold, highlighting the exclusive and personal aspect of this offer.

This LEGO® initiative is more than just a product giveaway; It is an invitation to celebrate love and affection. By offering an activity that combines creativity with the traditional lovers' day, LEGO® once again succeeds in creating an event that touches the heart, leaving a lasting imprint long after the pieces are assembled.


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About Arnaud Magelle

Arnaud, I'm 46 years old and a Lego enthusiast. I was reintroduced to Lego thanks to my children, and since then I can't do without them. I share my opinions and findings on the latest Lego news and releases with readers.

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