Last week, we partnered up with Kinguin to give away three PC copies of the LEGO Star Wars: The Force Awakens video game. The contest is now over and the winners have been picked by Kinguin and they are:
In order to receive your prize, please contact Kinguin at [email protected] within 7 days from announcing the winners. In the message title, please include “LEGO giveaway with The Brick Fan”.
Congratulations to the winners and stay tuned because I’ll have more contests to giveaway more LEGO related stuff in the near future.
As some of you may have noticed, the LEGO Disney Collectible Minifigures (71012) have been fairly hard to find as they may have been selling out really fast or whatever reason. To show my appreciation for the readers of the site, I ran a contest to giveaway a complete set a few weeks ago. The contests has recently ended and the winner is:
Joanne – Philippines
I’ve already contacted the winner and the package will be sent out soon. Thank you to everyone who entered as we had 12,800 entries which is one of the more entered giveaways I’ve done. I have a few more giveaways planned for the next couple of months so stay tuned for those.
Today is my birthday so what better way to celebrate it than to give away a complete set of LEGO Disney Collectible Minifigures (71012). If you’ve entered my previous contests before, it’s nothing too hard about it. The contest will run until the end of June and I will pick a winner shortly after. The contest is open to everyone so good luck!
I’ve been contacted by a representative from Toys R Us UK about a photo competition they’ve just started to win either a £100 Toys R Us voucher or a LEGO City High-Speed Passenger Train (60051). It’s a pretty simple contest as all you have to do is to take a scenic picture with a LEGO minifigure. The top 10 photos will be featured and voted upon. Head over to the link above to submit your entries.
**Note: This contest is only for residents of England, Scotland, Wales, or Northern Ireland.**
LEGO ReBrick has a new LEGO Ninjago contest starting today called “The Greatest Villain of All Time in Ninjago” for some really nice prizes. You have to create a stop-motion video revolving around some of the bad guys of Ninjago.
Some of the prizes include a trip for two to LEGOLAND Billund and hotel stay for the grand prize winner while six runner up winners will get signed copies of the Temple of Airjitzu (70751).
The deadline to enter the contest is August 11, 2016. Head over to ReBrick in the link above to see all the rules.
Have you ever wanted to immerse yourself in a fun, action-packed ninja universe? Now is your chance to dive into the adventurous NINJAGO world and explore the greatest villains. We invite you to make a max. 1 minute stop-motion video with the theme “the greatest villain of all time in NINJAGO.” Create a story around existing NINJAGO bad guys or build your own super villain(s). We encourage you to be creative and original and show your twist on the NINJAGO universe.
It seems that I never announced the winners of some of the LEGO contests that I had running the past couple of weeks. The first is for a complete set of Series 15 LEGO Collectible Minifigures (71011) which goes to:
The other contest was for the LEGO Seasonal Iconic Easter (5004468) minifigure and that one goes to:
Arrangements have already been made to get the items to the winners. Also remember that voting is still going for a few more days on for the LEGO Architecture Building Contest which is turning to be a very close contest. If you haven’t checked it out yet, head over to the post and have a look.
Last month, I started the Architecture Building Contest on here to have readers create some miniature buildings and monuments of their real life counterpart in the new Architecture Skyline design to win some cool prizes. There are some really awesome entries over in the Flickr Group but unfortunately one of the entries wasn’t based on a real life city, which was stated in the rules, so I can’t include it in the voting process but it was a very good one though based on Batman’s Gotham.
Check out the builds below and if you need a reference to the real life building, I’ve also linked to images of them. Then cast your vote in the Strawpoll link below of which Architecture build resembles the real life buildings the best. The voting period will run until 11:59pm PST on April 16. The city with the most votes will be declared the winner of our very first contest!
Update: After a slight error, there was another entry that wasn’t previously added. Please recast your vote in the link below.
Cleveland #1 Skyline
San Francisco Skyline (Right to Left)
Cleveland #2 Skyline