How To Get a Free LEGO Life Magazine Subscription For Your Child

How To Get a Free LEGO Life Magazine Subscription For Your Child

Have you got LEGO-crazed kids in your life, between the ages of five and nine? If so, you need to head on over to LEGO Australia and sign your child up for a FREE subscription to the LEGO Life magazine. We've been receiving this for a while now, and it's awesome!

Wondering if there's a catch? There isn't one! All you need to do is ensure your child is registered on the LEGO Australia website first and aged between five and nine years, then you can proceed to sign them up to receive the LEGO Life magazine via post. It doesn't cost a cent.

Note, some people accidentally find themselves on the US website and unable to register. Make sure you head over to the LEGO Australia and you should have no troubles.

What is the LEGO Life magazine?

It's a juicy LEGO-packed publication that features games, competitions, LEGO news and activities, and it is delivered to kids with an Australian address four times per year!

How To Get a Free LEGO Life Magazine Subscription For Your Child

What's in the LEGO Life Magazine?

Loads! And let me tell you, if you're a parent who also happens to love LEGO, you'll be racing your kids to the mailbox for this one.

The Lego Life magazine is a glossy, full-colour publication of around 30 pages. Inside you will find LEGO comics, trivia quizzes, word searches, mazes, a huge spread of previous Australian Cool Creation winners, information on international LEGO building feats - and a full-colour poster.

In addition to the LEGO Life magazine, you will receive a full-colour product catalogue with details of all upcoming and new release LEGO sets.

As far as free products go, this subscription is brilliant. My kids have been receiving it for about a year now, and the whole family loves reading all the LEGO Australia goss.

Who can receive the LEGO Life magazine?

LEGO customer service advised us that any child between the ages of five and nine can sign up to receive LEGO Life, provided they have an Australian postal address. Once the child reaches ten years of age, the subscription will end, but kids still have access to the PDF version online.

Kids can have their LEGO creations published!

By signing a submission consent form, your child even has an opportunity to submit their best LEGO creations to the Cool Creations team, and potentially have their masterpiece featured in the LEGO Life magazine!


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  • Jamie-lee G.

    I know someone who would love this

  • Kathryn B.

    oh cool, thank you, will look into it :blush::blush: