There is a new survey at the LEGO VIP Rewards Center, and you can earn 50 points by completing it by the end of today (November 20th).
In the survey, you will see different possible names for a LEGO membership program that offers extended play advantages (and more) to users of any age. For example, it could offer play ideas, exclusive content, community participation, and LEGO rewards for members.
After a brief inquiry to identify what demographics you belong to, you are presented with ten possible names. Please note that people taking the survey won’t be presented with the same ten choices. Below is the list I was given when taking the survey, but you may be given different options. The survey will ask you in different ways which ones you prefer the most. The entire survey takes about 5-10 minutes to complete.
As mentioned above, the survey closes today, but if you have a few minutes, would like to earn an extra 50 VIP points, and at the same time help out the LEGO team, go to the LEGO VIP Rewards Center, scroll down to the Complete VIP Activities section, and click on the blue Complete button under We Need Your Feedback!
If you have any thoughts or questions on the survey or the LEGO VIP program, feel free to share in the comment section below!
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Oh, thanks! I’m on it!
I took the survey, but honestly, I don’t care what they call the program as long as the benefits make sense.
Done! I didn’t really care for any of the names they gave me to pick from. Maybe others were given better choices. And anyway, 50 points in 50 points. 😊
Don’t think this is available in Sweden.
I remember a former survey where there were a few questions on whether you identified as an introvert or extrovert, or something similar, and it felt a bit queasy to answer it…
I don’t like how they are mixing up things like play ideas and shopping rewards. Those are totally different things for different audiences. As an adult, what I care about is getting good deals, I don’t play with my lego. Parents will care about play experiences and such. And kids like sharing with their peers. Of course, there is some overlap, but
Oh, did I miss this?! Dang!