“LEGO Movie 2” Polybags Available Online and in UK LEGO Stores for £35 Minimum Purchase: Mini Master-Building Emmet (30529) and Rex Dangervest Plantimal Ambush (30640)

Mini Master-Building Emmet (30529) Polybag

While “The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part” finds itself in a sudden struggle to win viewers at the box office following a slump of an opening weekend this February, its various tie-in sets have already entered the market and are waiting to find their way into LEGO fans’ hands.

These sets of course range from full play sets to BrickHeadz figures to the small polybags, of which several have also been released for “LEGO Movie 2.” Several of them have been described by name as “Mini Master-Building” sets, including one for the film series’ lovable main hero Emmet (30529).

The last word we had on the LEGO Movie 2 Mini Master-Building Emmet (30529) last December was that it had been popping up here and there on both Wal-Mart and Target stores. Now however, LEGO branded stores in the UK have put this polybag front and center of a new “free with minimum purchase” promo.

As can already be surmised, “LEGO Movie 2” fans can get their own Mini Master-Building Emmet polybag (30529) with a minimum total LEGO purchase of £35. The catch is that this one applies only to shopping visits at all physical LEGO Stores in the UK.

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Now, this free with purchase promo is also happening on Shop@Home UK, only this time with a different polybag up for grabs: the Rex Dangervest Plantimal Ambush (30640). That’s some nice incentive to use both ways of shopping for LEGO in order to get “LEGO Movie 2” polybags for free.

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Thankfully, a lot of the other “LEGO Movie 2” tie-ins are priced well-enough individually to reach the £35 minimum for one of those sets. That includes the Shop@Home exclusive Welcome to Apocalypseburg (70840) which should cover what’s needed for the Plantimal Ambush (30640) polybag when bought online in the UK.

“LEGO Movie 2” is now showing in cinemas, but is in need of more viewers.

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