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The LEGO Water Park (40685) gift with purchase set is now available in-store and online!

The new promotion runs from today until 7th June in selected theme purchases. Spend £90 ($/€100) of more on LEGO CityLEGO DreamZzzLEGO Friends and LEGO Ninjago to qualify for the free set. Don’t forget that pre-ordering also counts towards the promotion, so bagging those Summer sets now isn’t such a bad idea. Be quick as it’s whilst stocks last.

Take a look below at the free GWP set

Official details:

Slide into building fun with the LEGO® Water Park (40685) set for kids aged 7 and up. Brimming with details that young swimmers will adore, it makes a great Children’s Day gift. Kids will have fun building the water park before diving into its cool features, including a tower, snack area and a barrel that releases water elements. And the excitement doesn’t end there. Role play is easy thanks to the 2 minifigures, who can ride the water slide and relax in the swim ring. What a fun day out!

  • Pools of fun – Kids dive into creativity with the LEGO® Water Park, a Children’s Day gift for boys and girls aged 7 and up
  • Overflowing with details – The water park model features a tower, water slide, trampoline, snack bar and more
  • LEGO® minifigures – Make friends with 2 minifigures, who can ride the slide and sit inside the swim ring
  • Safety first – Accessories include a life buoy and a bottle of sunscreen, as well as a hairbrush and a sandwich
  • Kids’ gift idea – The water park set can begiven as a seasonal gift for kids aged 7 and up who love to have fun at the pool
  • Dimensions – This 132-piece set measures over 6 in. (16 cm) high, 7 in. (19 cm) wide and 4 in. (10 cm) deep

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