Lego Star Wars Giveaway

The Phantom Menace in 3D, set to be launched in Denmark, Sweden, Norway and Finland on the 9th – 10th February 2012, follows Anakin’s journey as he pursues his dreams and confronts his deepest fears in the midst of a galaxy in turmoil in this first chapter of the Star Wars saga. Toys “R” Us is celebrating the launch with several events throughout the Nordic countries with competitions and fun events. And Little Scandinavian have been sent this kit, value £79.97, as a giveaway up for grabs!

This is your chance to win and to pilot the final lap of the Boonta Eva Classic Podrace with this fantastic kit, the Lego Star Wars Anakin’s and Sebulba’s Podracers.
Lego Star Wars Anakin’s and Sebulba’s Podracers features 5 minifigures who are a young Luke Skywalker, Sebulba, Obi-Wan Kenobi, Wald and Watto. The Podracers have bases which can be used for display purposes and the overall size of each Podracer is 33cm long, 10cm wide and 10cm tall. There are a total 810 pieces and this kit is suitable for ages 9-14 years.

Competition rules in our weekly Newsletter today and Monday the 13th February. Giveaway competition is open to international entrants and ends Friday 17th of February. The lucky winner will be announced in our Weekly Newsletter the following Monday the 20th February 2012. Subscribe now for your chance to win. Sign me up!


  1. I always thought children play with the toys they’re given. Lego has been such a big part of my childhood, and to my delight my son found the toy storage. In it, we had 2 big boxes of Lego pieces from when my brothers and I were growing up. He immediately took 4 of the chunky ones, and they’re still his favourites. I love lego because it keeps him entertained. I think he now is ready for the more complicated pieces and products, and we’d love to win the Star Wars Lego pack.

  2. My son got his first Lego for his birthday and now he is hooked. Its a great thing that both him and his dad spend some quality daddy/son bonding time while constructing the Lego together.

  3. what other toy never goes out of style, is for all ages and all levels, can’t break, is so simple yet so diverse, helps develop dexterity, imagination, creativity and memory skills, is timeless, and for all ages? without doubt, the best toy ever invented, in short: Lego is genius!

  4. A “mechanical engineer,” is what family and friends would tell me I would become after watching me play for hours and hours with my Lego sets (all the while with Stars Wars playing on the TV in the background). I couldn’t get enough of following the instructions to assemble the tractor-trailer, airplane or even a small engine. I even used my Legos to build spaceships, vehicles, weapons and platforms for light-saber fights with all my
    Star Wars action figures.

    In the end, I never did become an engineer or Jedi knight but I am a father of two with little ones who love both of these iconic names and the story behind them. Now, for the opportunity to get to combine both genres into one and take my mind to a galaxy far, far away, is a dream come true…er, rather the perfect opportunity to spend time with my little ones playing games and building X-Wing fighters over and over again.

    May the force be with you in your plastic brick interlocking decision…

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