LEGO Backpack & Lunch Bags From $11 @ Chapters Indigo Canada


Today is your last chance to enjoy free shipping with no minimum purchase at I found these LEGO Backpacks and Lunch Bags on sale for 44% off at Chapters Indigo Canada, which means you will pay as low as $11. Your kiddo may need a new lunch bag or back pack now that theirs has been worn for a few months since school started, so here's your chance.

There are LEGO Backpacks and Lunch Bags for both girls and boys right now. Whether you need to replace their current school bags from wear and tear or looking for something to wrap up and put under the Christmas tree, these are excellent choices. Plus you will get totally free shipping with no minimum purchase at for the remainder of tonight, so jump on this offer now while you still can.

Here are the available LEGO Backpacks and Lunch Bags from Chapters Canada:

  • LEGO Friends Backpack was $29.95 | now $16.50
  • LEGO Friends Lunch Bag was $19.95 | now $11
  • LEGO Classic Heritage Backpack was $29.95 | now $16.50
  • LEGO City Lunch Bag Police Chief was $19.95 | now $11
  • LEGO City Police Backpack was $29.95 | now $16.50.

So you have the LEGO Friends theme for little girls and the LEGO Police theme for little boys, although I am sure little boys and girls could like either of them. The prices are fabulous at 44% off, you won't find backpacks of this quality with these popular characters for this low of a price elsewhere right now. Plus, these backpacks and lunch bags are a pretty decent size with lots of pockets and water bottle mesh pockets on the back packs too. The straps are padded for comfort, and if you want to go all out then you can buy the matching lunch bag for the LEGO back pack.

Normally requires that you spend $25 to get free shipping, so getting free shipping with no minimum purchase is pretty fabulous. This doesn't happen often, so check out a few of the deals and get some of your Christmas shopping done. We all know that Christmas creeps up on us way too fast.

(Expiry: 29th October 2015)

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