The LEGO Insiders Rewards Center gives yer the chance to WIN 1 of 3 40504 LEGO Minifigure Tribute sets signed by designer Stuart Harris.
This sweepstakes is open between 23 October and 12 November, 2023 and you must be a LEGO Insider to enter (read on to learn how to become an Insider).
It costs 50 Insider points to enter and yer can have a maximum of 50 entries per account.
The Official Details
Enter to win 1 of 3 LEGO® Minifigure Tribute sets, each signed by a LEGO designer. Created exclusively for the LEGO House in Billund, Denmark, this upscaled set is based on a 1989 LEGO Pirate minifigure. 50 Insiders points per entry. 23/10/2023-12/11/2023.
Maximum of 50 entries per Insiders Member – please see full terms and conditions for details and eligibility requirements. Sweepstake closes on 12 November 2023. Eligible countries: Canada (excluding Quebec), Estonia, France (excluding French Overseas Departments or Territories, and the Principality of Monaco), Greece, Republic of Ireland, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Austria, Switzerland, Slovakia, Sweden, United Kingdom, United States.
What is LEGO Insiders?
It’s a VIP rewards program in which your LEGO.com purchases earn points for use with discounts, exclusive sets like 40597 Scary Pirate Island and member-only sweepstakes like winning a 40504 LEGO Minifigure Tribute set.
The Insiders points webpage on LEGO.com states:
Once you’ve earned your points, you can spend them on discounts on future purchases, exclusive sets and items, and digital products such as merchandise, coloring activities and alternative building instructions. You’ll also be able to use your points to get tickets to events and experiences and enter member-only sweepstakes.
So if yer want to win a 40504 LEGO Minifigure Tribute yer better register as a LEGO Insider.
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What is 40504 A Minifigure Tribute?
The set is a brick-built maxifigure of the original Captain Redbeard minifigure approximately 30cm/11.811′ tall, holding a treasure map.
The 1,041 piece set retails for 599 DKK ($85 USD / AU$126) and is usually only available for purchase at the LEGO House store – meaning you have to travel to Denmark to buy one.
What Do Yer Think?
Are yer gonna take a stab at winning the giant Captain Redbeard? Or are raffles and sweepstakes not the kind of contests yer enter? Or are you a stickler for Classic LEGO Pirate sets and this maxifigure don’t cut the mustard?
Either way, let us know yer thoughts in the LEGO Pirate Forum.