Get Disney 100 Years Celebration LEGO Set Free with Purchase

A special Disney 100 Years Celebration LEGO complimentary gift is set to release on July 1 alongside the upcoming updated version of Cinderella Castle.

Disney 100 Years Celebration LEGO Set – Free Gift with LEGO Disney Purchases of $100 or more

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As part of the ongoing Disney100 celebration, this complimentary gift will be included with purchases of Disney-themed LEGO items from July 1, 2023, through July 9, 2023, while supplies last.

The set features 226 pieces and is recommended for LEGO fans ages 8 and up.

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The Disney100 set features three components that all link together to create one complete build. It also includes a Mickey Mouse Minifigure with a special torso print of a light gray suit and a red bow tie.

The left section features a “100” built out of bricks, celebrating The Walt Disney Company’s 100th anniversary. There is also a chocolate cake and candle, as well as a red and yellow balloon.

The middle section of the build represents a theater, with a Minnie Mouse head motif and a big red bow above darker red theater curtains. There is also a LEGO projector and theater seat, complete with its own box of LEGO popcorn.

The right section of the Disney 100 Years Celebration LEGO set is a Disney animator’s desk, complete with a sketch of Steamboat Willie.

LEGO Disney 100 Collector’s Edition Disney Castle – $399.00

This new version of Cinderella Castle from LEGO will be available to the public starting July 4, 2023, with LEGO VIP members getting early access on July 1.

The castle features 4,837 pieces and includes many Disney touches, including room dioramas, fireworks, props, and Minifigures of Disney Princesses and their princes.

Do you plan on picking up these Disney100 LEGO sets? Is $100 too high of a spending requirement to get the free set? Let us know your thoughts in the comments.

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