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Lego Friends

Postby Merlin of Lego » Thu Jan 03, 2013 5:31 am

My kids received their Lego Club magazine today and my almost 9 year old is disappointed once again that there is not a Friends version. She points out that there is a Jr version.

Please make a Friends version of Lego Club Magazine, or someone please point me in the direction to sign my daughters up for it.
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Re: Lego Friends

Postby Forestboy » Fri Jan 04, 2013 12:28 am

Hmmm....yeah. It would seem odd that they wouldn't have a section or entire magazine for it. If they're going to make a specific theme aimed for girls, it would also be a good idea to make a magazine specific to girls. I'm sure though that they have to run logistics into whether or not making a friends-only magazine would be worth the cost, considering that Lego Friends is only a certain margin of profits.

I'd be pretty confident in saying that there had gotta' be a section of Lego Magazine in the past where they featured Lego Friends. I'm guessing someone would know the certain issue and you could find one very cheap on Bricklink for less than a dollar (USD).

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Re: Lego Friends

Postby Bluesecrets » Fri Jan 04, 2013 2:08 am

My kids received their Lego Club magazine today and my almost 9 year old is disappointed once again that there is not a Friends version. She points out that there is a Jr version.

Please make a Friends version of Lego Club Magazine, or someone please point me in the direction to sign my daughters up for it.


I posted your question in the Ambassador forum for you. I did get a response, from another Ambassador, not a LEGO employee. They said one existed already, and gave me the following link. I have no idea if this was only ever produced in the UK or not. http://brickset.com/news/article/?ID=2304

My best suggestion for you is to call the LEGO 1-800 number talk to a customer service person. They are really great. They will take your suggestion, and pass it on. What does it hurt to have it approached from more than one angle?
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Re: Lego Friends

Postby Merlin of Lego » Fri Jan 04, 2013 5:57 pm

I posted your question in the Ambassador forum for you. I did get a response, from another Ambassador, not a LEGO employee. They said one existed already, and gave me the following link. I have no idea if this was only ever produced in the UK or not. http://brickset.com/news/article/?ID=2304

My best suggestion for you is to call the LEGO 1-800 number talk to a customer service person. They are really great. They will take your suggestion, and pass it on. What does it hurt to have it approached from more than one angle?


Looking at the comments it was only in the UK and there is no mention of any additional issues. I will call them however. thanks
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