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Happy Halloween for all of our readers, subscribers and contributors! We have talked about some fun LEGO Halloween decorations and displays a couple of days ago (see: Spookify Your LEGO Sets for Halloween!), and today I would like to share with you one more LEGO Halloween model that you could build yourself for some additional Halloween fun. :)

LEGO Halloween Bot by cmaddison

This LEGO Halloween Bot (more specifically – and appropriately – named the LEGO Pumpkinbot) is by Chris Maddison. It is a transforming model from a cute little pumpkin, to an even cuter bot. Chris was kind enough to also share the instructions, so you can build your own LEGO Pumpkinbot. If you find the picture here too small, you can visit Chris Maddison’s flickr gallery for a larger version of the instructions.

LEGO Halloween Bot Instructions by cmaddison

The LEGO pumpkin can be seamlessly transformed into the LEGO bot without having to take apart the model, except for the radar-dish on top. The radar-dish assembly sits loosely on top in pumpkin-mode, and is connected to the model in bot-mode. If you don’t have all the LEGO elements in the right colors, just use the colors that you have. It is perfectly all-right to make your pumpkin yellow, purple, blue, or even rainbow colored! :P

LEGO Halloween Bot by Chris Maddison

I hope this little LEGO model adds some extra fun to your Halloween! And if you are looking for more LEGO ideas and models to build for the holidays (including other LEGO pumpkins), see the links at the end of this post. So what do you think? How do you like the LEGO Pumpkinbot? Are you making something from LEGO for this Halloween? Feel free to share in the comment section below! Happy Halloween! ;)

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Just a quick reminded that the special offers from LEGO for October will expire tomorrow. October is the best time to take care of your holiday LEGO shopping (as well as larger orders for yourself) due to the Double VIP Points period, which only happens a couple of times a year. Also, you get the first of the two LEGO Holiday sets free with your order. :)

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As I mentioned above, the biggest promotion for the October has been the Double VIP Points on all of your purchases during the entire month. This basically means that you earn $5 worth of VIP Points for every $50 you spend. Savvy LEGO shoppers use this period to take care of their big LEGO purchases to rake up VIP points for future shopping. This is a good time to get the LEGO Modular Buildings, large LEGO Star Wars, LEGO Technic, and other more expensive and exclusive sets. If you want to take advantage of this offer before it expires, you have today and tomorrow only. Traditionally there is another special offer for VIP members on Thanksgiving weekend, however by that time some of the most popular and desirable sets are usually hard to find or already sold out.

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The other notable promotion this month has been the #40106 Free Exclusive Holiday Set with purchases of $99 or more (pictured above). It contains a couple of cute little elves in their workshop getting presents ready for the holidays. It is an excellent extension to the #10245 LEGO Creator Santa’s Workshop, which is the current addition to the annual LEGO Winter Village series.

LEGO Holiday Set

While the first holiday set was available for an entire month, the second holiday set will only be offered on Thanksgiving weekend at official LEGO stores and the Online LEGO Shop – free with purchases of $99 or more. This second set is the #40107 Exclusive Holiday Set with a skating scene (pictured above). So if you would like to get both holiday sets, you might want to get something now and keep at least one of your purchases for next month. We will talk more about what’s new in November in a couple of days, but I can tell you right now that for larger purchases October is the best.

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Also, as I have mentioned before, if you are looking to get holiday related sets like the LEGO Advent Calendars or LEGO Winter Village sets, I would suggest you get them now, as they tend to sell out by the time most people think about getting them. Plus you will earn Double VIP Points on those too, and you also get free shipping if your order is $75 or more. :D

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I have gotten two of the LEGO Modular Buildings this month and I’m super happy with both. What about you? Did you get anything during the Double VIP Points promotion? Or are you planning to by the end of the month? Feel free to share in the comment section below! ;)

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