Sunday, 15 September 2013

LEGO® Ninjago Garmatron Play-Set Giveaway


I have a truly awesome competition for my readers, a fantastic LEGO® Ninjago Garmatron Play-set  for someone to win on my blog. You lucky things! 




Lord Garmadon's most fearsome soldier, General Kozu has stolen the elemental ice blade and is trying to escape in the Garmatron, a tracked-tire LEGO machine straight from the underworld. Chase after him with Zane on the ice spider and retrieve the ice blade!

For ages 8 years and over. Includes 3 Lego mini figures with weapons Zane, General Kozu and a swordsman. Perfect for fans of Ninjago and the age old battle between good and evil! Dodge the Garmatrons hidden missile and get the elemental ice blade back without being locked up in the Garmatrons prison!


The 328 piece set is worth £29.99 and would be a fantastic surprise or present for any Lego fan. You can find out more about this Lego Ninjago set HERE

To enter the competition, fill out the Rafflecopter form below. 


Terms and conditions. 
By participating in this prize draw you are deemed to accept these terms and conditions.
Prize draw open to customers and non-customers aged 18 or over who are UK residents. Draw is not open to employees of Argos, their families or anyone associated with this draw. Proof of eligibility must be provided on request.
The prize is LEGO® Ninjago Garmatron Playset - 70504, includes postage to the winners UK address. Promotion runs from  15/09/2013 and all entries must be received by 11.59pm on  7/10/2013  latest.
Winners will be drawn at random at the end of the promotion. 
The prize is not transferable and there is no cash alternative. The promoter’s decision is final in all matters and no correspondence will be entered into. The promoter reserves the right (a) to add to or waive any rules on reasonable notice (b) cancel or postpone the promotion at any stage in the event of circumstances beyond its reasonable control; or (c) in its reasonable discretion to substitute a prize of equal or greater value.
If a prize remains unclaimed after reasonable efforts have been made to contact the winner the promoter will be entitled to dispose of the prize as it sees fit without any liability to the winner for having done so.
The promoter reserves the right to alter, amend or foreclose the promotion without prior notice.  





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219 comments:

  1. When my older kids where much younger, they had some of the big lego, I made them there very own armchair which they actually sat on lol

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  2. a little house with a white picket fence and little fake lego flowers

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  3. a Death Star, took use weeks but my oldest boy still has it!!

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  4. best thing I made was a dolls house :)

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  5. a whole seaside with boats & sandcastles :)

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  6. my brother had technic lego sea plane thats was awesome

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  7. A farm with tractor, cow, sheep, tree's and barn :)

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  8. My son and I made a dragon - he did most of the work - it was fab

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  9. Me and my girls made a church when William and Kate got married!

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  10. Has to be a big sailing boat! It stayed constructed for weeks!

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  11. Not me - Husband made Cunard's QE2 liner

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  12. I built a village with buildings, roads, people etc- son got bored of waiting before I'd even finished!

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  13. My husband built Harry Potter's Hogwarts school for our little girl and it is now proudly displayed in the playroom!

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  14. i had a go at making a parrott but its my son who is the lego maker

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  15. Just finished a London pub which is quite cool

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  16. an ice cream cone as we actually put real ice cream on it and ate it

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  17. i made my wee sister a fairy castle out of the pink and purple girly lego she kept it for months til she tripped over it and broke it all lol cried her wee heart out :)

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  18. I helped my girls make a town it looked great

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  19. we made a large lego man figure, it took ages and alot of bricks!

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  20. I made dome dragons/dinosaurs the other day. My nephew was very impressed!

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  21. As kids we had a lego space-themed monorail. So awesome!

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  22. A souped up car for my daughter's Lego friends.

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  23. When I was a child I used to make houses for my ladybirds and grasshoppers, looking back perhaps a little cruel.

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  24. I think the best thing I have ever made is a little house with flowers on the front!

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  25. The old style lego pirate ship that took me and my dad weeks to build! Had a little treasure chest with coins, a monkey, a parrot! I loved it!!

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  26. A castle with turrets and fighting knights!

    Laura Harris

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  27. my husband still talks about a lego truck that he built (kit) not sure if he oversized it or what but it grows each time his story is told to our kids :)

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  28. A house complete with garden & pool

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  29. sky divin aeroplane that looked more like a truck with wings

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  30. A cafe and disco for my sons Moshi Monsters

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  31. A farm yard,with farmhouse and stables

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  32. my brother made this epic castle that he had a picture taken with and sent into a lego magazine! He was so proud :-)

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  33. A ship, with my son when he was younger!

    @tjsi1963

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  34. With my son we had some kind of spaceship kit that was pretty fab, but as a kid it was using imagination and adaptation as we never had the right bits, just loads of standard blocks!

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  35. The best thing I've made out of lego was the deloreon car from the back to the future films!

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  36. a little house with a white picket fence and little fake lego flowers

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  37. I tried to make the death star from star wars, not so much moon shaped ans it was square but still it was quiet impressive when I was only 10.

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  38. a castle that just kept growing and growing with lots of extensions being added on at various times

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  39. Pam Francis Gregory17 September 2013 at 16:01

    A house

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  40. A robot on rollerskates.

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  41. a fire engine. It was one of the first sets out!

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  42. I used to make roads and tracks for my Matchbox cars
    Spencer Broadley
    s.broad@hotmail.co.uk

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  43. my son loves cars so we made some with lego

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  44. joanna butler-savage17 September 2013 at 20:15

    a rocket

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  45. A huge house with stairs and windows and doors, when I was about 11. Me and my sister spent days on it! :)

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  46. A castle, i thought it was fab, xxx thanks for the chance to win this x see if my nephew can make a better one x

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  47. A skyscraper as tall as me......when I was 8

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  48. me and my son have made power rangers
    @sarahrees151286

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  49. I had great fun with robot lego at uni.

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  50. Houses are the usual make in our house!

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  51. Have made a fort for my little boy took hours to make dismantled in seconds

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  52. A house. We didnt have the choice there is now when I was a kiddie

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  53. The pirates of the Caribbean sets with my son

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  54. I use to make my own little village,with lots of houses

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  55. Star Wars and Dinosaur sets with my little boy.

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  56. me and the children like to make little houses and a school or hospital and do role play with the little people x

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  57. Tried to make a camper van!


    From-Julie McLaren

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  58. a princess castle for my daughter

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  59. A lego car that had incredible detail, right down to pistons in the engine and a gear box.

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  60. My son is lego crazy, we have made houses, boats, planes, but the best thing was our very own Darth Vader (he is Star Wars mad too).

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  61. We have made numerous things but our very best creation in this house is a big Darth Vader character, my son is Star Wars mad.

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  62. The Millenium Falcon. Took 6 hours to build, 20 mins to dismantle.

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  63. We made a pizza shop with an outside pizza oven!! My son loves pizza!

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  64. Me and my 6yr old son made a cinema that had all of his lego characters sitting to watch a film!!

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  65. I made my Lego train with my sons, finally, 31 years after I had been given it as a Christmas present by my own Nan :-) I was delighted that all the pieces were there, and to top it off, the little lights inside the train still worked after 30 years!!! I was amazed, and it was lovely to share it with my children, thats why Lego is amazing, it stands the tests of time! :-)

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  66. I helped my son build a rocket, he is far better at building than me

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  67. I made a sinking lego titanic with my son for a school project.

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  68. My daughter got the Harry Potter castle for Christmas a couple of years ago, then lost interest when she started building it - I had hours of fun making it though lol :)

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  69. I made a plate of bacon and eggs once with lego...good enough to eat!

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  70. An entire town, as kids we had a massive attic playroom and loads of Lego between 4 kids so a massive town was built!

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  71. A house and garden with pets and flowers

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  72. We made Christmas day disappear once, we were so busy playing with all the lego :-) (on a more serious note )We have made entire towns! 8)

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  73. me an the kids built a house with a garage :)

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  74. The Lego Castle in the 80s blew my mind, even if the string on the drawbridge was a little fiddly for my small hands to cope with. My boys are as obsessed now as I was then. A great family toy no matter the generation.

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  75. The Lego Castle blew my mind as a child in the 80s. My boy now is as obsessed as I was back then. Lego is a great family toy no matter what generation you are, and I am pleased it is so popular. They have done a great job of keeping up with modern themes and the challenges of modern day marketing.

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  76. A Nasa Spaceship and Kennedy Space Centre !
    @lucyellie25

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  77. has to be a house, many moons ago with windows, doors and tiles on the roof, when there was quite limited lego, still as populas as ever though

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  78. With help from me my son made an Olympic swimming pool (obviously not the actual size!) complete with the cheering crowd :)

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  79. Houses because they were the easiest!

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  80. A house with a tree & a rocket in the garden
    twitter @emloulei

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  81. We tried to make a castle it turned out OK but was a bit wonky due to lack of bricks. I love playing with the kids, they are a lot better than me at it though !

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  82. As a child i use to love making a giant bird.

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  83. a house

    julie laing

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  84. A working ski-lift for my hamster

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  85. When our Daughters were little we actually made a model of the house we were living in at the Time!Now Our Daughters have little ones they are using the very same lego,which we have saved.Its such a clever Robust Toy!

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  86. The Apollo rocket (or something Lego similar!) as a child

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  87. Im rubbish at making any thing out of lego but my son has been working on something over weekend and revelaed it to us yesterday,It was a cat around 30cm tall :)

    @Segga86

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  88. ....a 'house' for our pet mouse

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  89. a 'house' for our pet mouse

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  90. My dad bought me a pirate ship set when I was younger, it was the best thing ever :D

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  91. An airport which took ages, kept us occupied lol

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  92. a maze for my hamster to run around

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  93. we made a police station. they were even separate police men on motor bikes - they were my favourite.

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  94. Steve Miles @Accept_No_Bull3 October 2013 at 22:27

    The Starship Enterprise

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  95. a castle and the guineapig liked to go in!

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  96. My very first house when I was little - (with very basic lego!!)

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  97. It wasn't so much a a building or item, me and the kids placed lego bricks up on their end and placed them in a trail around the room. The kids then knocked the first brick and the they all collapsed like dominoes! It was superb fun!

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  98. I was impressed when we managed to build a house :-)

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  99. A house was the best thing I have been able to build from lego.

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  100. I was always making houses with windows, doors and furniture

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  101. A castle with a drawbridge, took ages to work out and build.

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  102. I helped my grandson make a lego robot...it was pretty cool!

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  103. my son and i made a motor bike and lots more, he is lego mad

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  104. We're pretty good at castles.

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  105. My son loves building space ships

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  106. My 7 year old loves his Lego and using it to build space ships and rockets. He made one almost as tall as he was once!

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  107. We made a helicopter!! It was great then my son decided it could be better and dismantled it...never built again!

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  108. I hate lego! Its too fiddly for me, I end up in the huff as I cannot build anything with it, but my 6 year old loves it and makes loads of things, such as planes, his own rockets and houses.
    So... the best thing I have ever made out of lego is a MESS!

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  109. A house and garden

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  110. south gates! and other old builsings from my town!

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  111. a house, and a mess :D

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  112. shell_shoez27@yahoo.com5 October 2013 at 23:18

    We built a huge space station :)

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  113. I made an AWESOME giant house with an aeroplane and a disco all in one when I was about 6 (so about 1978) I still remember it.

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  114. A castle. Lego is a great toy, as children and adults can build so many things from it :- by using a little bit of imagination.

    Rachel Craig

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  115. a huge robot and then my son kicked it over :-(( I was gutted lol!

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  116. A space ship with a cottage on top!

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  117. A Star Trek vehicle

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  118. I spent last Easter holidays helping my son rebuild all his lego city sets, downloading new instructions & sorting bricks by colour to help with reconstruction. Major task but well worth it. We had a complete town at the end of it!

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  119. The whole Lego City police station, which my son has hardly looked at, never mind played with :(

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  120. My daughter and I made a tardis, and a model of the control room :)

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