Lego, maker of the iconic bricks, has announced that its newest and most popular express delivery service will start on April 1, 2017.
For those unfamiliar with the service, it will be called the “Lego Express.”
This new service will allow customers to pick up orders from their local LEGO store, and pick them up from the store at the nearest Lego brick.
The service will be available in the United States, Canada, United Kingdom, France, Germany, and Italy.
Lego’s statement says it is now the fastest, cheapest, and most convenient way to deliver bricks.
It will also be available for delivery from select LEGO stores around the world, with the most recent locations to be announced soon.
The service will include delivery for orders of less than $150.
Here are some of the highlights of the new service:• You will be able to pick-up orders from your local LEGO shop.• You can order any amount of bricks you want at a time and pick-back your order in minutes.• If you are looking to get some fun, Lego will be rolling out a new set for fans of LEGO Games with the launch of the “LEGO Fantasy Basketball” LEGO set.• The service is now available in five countries, and can be accessed from the LEGO Store, LEGO Shop, or LEGO Online Store.• When you order online, you can choose between two delivery options: standard or express delivery.
Standard delivery is the most common, and is the fastest.
Express delivery will take approximately 15 minutes.
The service also offers free delivery of any order of $50 or less, but if you order more than $50 you will pay an additional $1.49 per order.
This is a huge change from the current model.
Since 2014, customers can order in Lego stores and pick up their orders from the shop.
It also means customers will no longer have to walk across town to pick their own LEGO bricks up, and they will be sent to the nearest brick store.
However, customers will still have to be there to pick them-up from the brick store if they want to order a set of 5 bricks.