Amazon Golden LEGO Brick Sweepstakes

Amazon is having a new sweepstakes to find the Golden LEGO Brick for a chance to win some really nice prizes. All you have to do is to go through the LEGO retail pages and search for a product page with a golden brick under the product information seen in the image above. Once you find the brick, click on it and it’ll take you to the online entry form. You must have a free Amazon.com account to enter. The sweepstakes end on December 10, 2016 at 11:59:59pm. There will be four prizes given out:

First Prize: One (1) LEGO Super Heroes the Tumbler building Set (Approximate Retail Value (“ARV”): $199.00).

Second Prize: One (1) LEGO Star Wars Rogue One Complete Collection (ARV: $384.92).

Third Prize: One (1) LEGO Brick-Built 18” Tall Doctor Who Figure. Item is custom built by LEGO master builders (ARV: $2,000.00).

Fourth Prize: One (1) prize package which consists of a trip for one (1) winner and up to three (3) guests to visit either the LEGOLAND California Resort or LEGOLAND Florida Resort (ARV: $1,200). The prize package consists of:

– Roundtrip economy class airfare for winner and up to three (3) guests departing from an airport near the winner’s residence (as determined by Sponsor and Lego in their sole discretion) and arriving at an airport in or near Los Angeles, CA or Orlando, FL (as determined by Sponsor and Lego in their sole discretion) (the “Airport”);
– Four (4) 2-day tickets to either the LEGOLAND California Resort or the LEGOLAND Florida Resort (the “Tickets”);
– Two (2) nights standard hotel accommodations for winner and up to three (3) guests at a
LEGOLAND resort.

While you’re on Amazon, why not do some shopping as well as there are still a number of sets that have some good discounts.

  • Rick Sanchez

    huh. forgot I had an amazon account.
    but hey, that took all of 30 seconds to find…
    sure hope I don’t get 4th prize… i got no use for that nonsense.

  • TheBrickMan

    Why is the first prize the least expensive one?
    I’d hate to be first place

    • David4

      Jon explained it. There are four prizes, not first, second, third, fourth prize.

  • Jon Houck

    Amazon lists them as Prize One; Prize Two; Prize Three; and Prize Four, respectively. I don’t think it was meant to reflect the order of the prizes like is used above.

  • Kristine Richardson

    Is all I had to do was click the submit button when I found it?