There’s just a few days left to be in with a chance of winning £1,000 of LEGO sets this Christmas with Blocks, the LEGO magazine for fans.
You must subscribe to Blocks, the LEGO magazine for fans, before December 23 to be in the prize draw to win £1,000 worth of LEGO sets. We’ve recently given away three 21329 Fender Stratocaster sets, five 75296 Darth Vader Meditation Chamber sets and 76391 Hogwarts Icons Collectors’ Edition. In this draw though, you can choose your own prizes – on December 24 we’ll contact one lucky winner who’ll get a £1,000 gift card to spend at LEGO.com or LEGO Brand Stores.
To be entered into the prize draw, take out a subscription today! Don’t delay and miss out!
Once we’ve provided your gift card, you can spend it however you like and put together your own LEGO haul, whether for you that means getting Star Wars 75313 AT-AT, Harry Potter 76391 Hogwarts Icons – Collectors’ Edition or Marvel Super Heroes 71678 Daily Bugle. You could even save it for 2022 sets like 10297 Boutique Hotel!
This special prize is in addition to the other great benefits subscribers receive:
- The magazine arrives early, ahead of the shops
- You’ll save money compared to buying single issues (for example, UK subscribers save £25 a year*)
- Full access to the Blocks magazine digital back catalogue
- Every month a new chance to win LEGO prizes
- Protection against future price increases for the duration of your subscription (current price guaranteed until Dec 31)
We’ve got special gift subscription packages too – you can get bonus items with your magazines, such as a Blocks t-shirt or a Blocks binder, which are perfect for a Christmas present.
Everyone who subscribes to the print edition before 5.00 pm GMT on December 23, 2021, will be entered into the £1,000 LEGO gift card giveaway. Digital subscribers must follow the instructions to enter Blocks prize draws before 5.00 pm GMT on December 23, 2021, to be included in the £1,000 LEGO gift card giveaway. Terms and conditions apply.
*based on a 12-month subscription when compared to buying each issue individually online