Games Workshop has announced that visiting one of their stores is enough for games to collect free models, free Pick’n’Mix Paint sets and collectable coins. Some independent Warhammer retailers are also involved.
The freebie initiative starts this Saturday.
Starting with the new Broken Realms narrative arc for Warhammer Age of Sigmar, visitors can ask for free Witch Aelves models. Of course, the offer is only good until the stores run out of models. Also, each story might be running events around the model, such as painting competitions.
Warhammer stores will also have free collectable coins to giveaway. This month those coins will also follow the Broken Realms: Morathi theme.
The coins come with spends of £60 (or €80 or US $100).
Lastly, Warhammer stores will also be engaged in a deal with Citadel Colour paints so that the most expensive pot out of every ten a customer buys will be discounted to free.
You can find particpating Warhammer stores here.
But I’m in lockdown!
If your local area is in lockdown then your Warhammer store will still be supplied with these freebies by Games Workshop and once it is safe for them to reopen, they will, and all the offers will be valid.
It means, for example, that if your local Warhammer store is in lockdown for three months that when it opens, you’ll have three coins to collect.
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