WIN a frankly enormous Lego Star Wars Millennium Falcon from Argos!

I absolutely love doing giveaways just before Christmas. Giving someone the chance to win something that will cross a pressie off their list gives me such a great feeling. This one is brilliant – I’ve teamed up with Argos to give you the chance to win probably the best toy in the whole of the LEGO Star Wars collection: the amazing Millennium Falcon!

This huge beast, with (and I quote) ‘hull plates that open to reveal a detailed interior, twin flick missiles, rotating quad laser cannons and detachable cockpit cover’, as well as including Han Solo, Luke Skywalker, Chewbacca, Ben Kenobi, Princess Leia Organa and Darth Vader, is worth £129.99 and will make some small person’s Christmas this year, I’m sure.

Just comment to enter and tell me what you’d do with this amazing 58cm long beast of a toy!

The small print:

  • This toy is suitable for ages 9 years and over, and NOT suitable for children under 3 years old
  • Delivery will be within 28 days of Argos receiving the winner’s address (but Argos assure me it will be ordered as soon as the competition ends)
  • The prize as described will be supplied direct from Argos, and there is no cash alternative
  • This competition is open to UK residents only.
  • Competition ends midnight 9th December 2012

Click here to check out the rest of the LEGO Star Wars at Argos!

****THIS COMPETITION IS NOW CLOSED.   THE LUCKY WINNER IS EMMA DUNN!****

 

51 replies
  1. Lucie
    Lucie says:

    I would give this to my brother in law Andy who just turned 40 and is the biggest kid ever! He and my hubby get very giddy over Lego and this would make their Christmas. It would make my sister’s and mine too as it would keep them busy whilst we enjoyed some much needed pampering!!

  2. AshleyD
    AshleyD says:

    As the mother of a ten year old Star Wars Lego expert and connoisseur, I can tell you that this is the equivalent of the Holy Grail. How he would love to construct this – it’s been on his Christmas list for the past few years!

  3. Ashley Rothwell
    Ashley Rothwell says:

    I’d give it to my newly married husband. He’s a big kid and loves Star Wars and lego so this would be ultimate geekery for him. Actually I would probably have to save it until boxing day otherwise I’d spend all Christmas day with the cat and some gin for company whilst he builds it!

  4. Sarah T
    Sarah T says:

    I’d either give this to my brother (very difficult to buy for despite asking for hints) or I would give it to my son, to introduce him to the joys of Star Wars….which means I would get to build it, and I LOVE lego!!

  5. Kara
    Kara says:

    My son asks for this every year but its just Too expensive. He would be made up if I won this!! @chelseamamma

  6. AndyD
    AndyD says:

    Well, I’d build this myself, then show the boy just what he could have won! No, really! I love Lego.

    Okaaay, at a push, I’d let him do the finishing touches, just to be all christmassy :)

    Bah humbug.

  7. emma dunn
    emma dunn says:

    OMG THIS IS AMAZING!!!

    my 7yr old would be so shocked, and would love me even more! lol , he saw one of these in the shop and its on his xmas list, but i wasnt planning on getting it, seems like fate im stumbled upon this.

    My fingers and toes are crossed. he would love this in his room. No doubt he will play with it and brake it a million times!, and ill stuggle to put it together.

    http://www.allthingsemmadunn.com

  8. kerry
    kerry says:

    ‘That 58cm long beast of a toy’ *snigger*

    oh where was I….Yes, I would give it to my 12 year old daughter for Christmas who has just decided to tell us that she totally LOVES Lego and is becoming a collector!

    (totally awesome giveaway btw)

  9. nina
    nina says:

    my son’s birthday is on sunday the 9th of December, he is going to be 9 years old, he loves star wars and lego so much, this box is going to make him the happiest boy.

  10. Dawn Walsh
    Dawn Walsh says:

    I’d have to give this to my 17 year old son, who refuses to believe the rules on the box saying 9-14. He still loves building lego and this would join all the other bits on his display shelf.

  11. Chris C says
    Chris C says says:

    I would love this amazing beast of star wars Lego for me and my kids and i am a huge star wars fan and always will be

    May the force be with you.

  12. Sarah D
    Sarah D says:

    i’d save it for christmas day, and instead of having to play ‘give us a clue’ at nans in the afternoon, we could play ‘build the millenium falcon!’ my son would be a happy chappy!

  13. Andy
    Andy says:

    I would get the most enjoyment as I would spend time building this with my son on the few days I have off over christmas.
    Father and son time is rare and precious for us these days.

  14. Hannah Bartram
    Hannah Bartram says:

    I would give it to my husband, he loved Lego when he was little and is still a big Lego and Star wars fan now.

  15. Rainie Bish
    Rainie Bish says:

    Well firstly I would hide it from my hubby (or else he will no doubt spend far to long playing with it himself) then I would give it to our nephew for a super Christmas present. My hubby would then play with it for far to long with him

  16. Tubby custard
    Tubby custard says:

    So many options! My boys would be thrilled, This would be a challenge for me to supress my control freak tendencies and actually let my boys build it without me taking over (“can you help me Mummy?”)

  17. Jules
    Jules says:

    Small person? This would make my husband’s Christmas! As we speak he is on the Lego website plotting what he’d like from Santa.

  18. Jane
    Jane says:

    I would send it to my star-wars obsessed sister who would most likely use it to act our scenes from star wars!

  19. Rachelradiostar
    Rachelradiostar says:

    3rd time lucky trying to post. I’d gift the prize to my Star Wars mad nephew Matthew, aged approx 8 3/4. He has had to grow up fast, getting used to his Mummy disappear every 4-5 weeks, while she takes his little baby brother Harry for his cancer treatment at Birmingham Children’s Hospital. It’d keep him occupied for the hours she’s gone and help while away the hours.

    Good luck everyone who enters:-) fab comp Englishmum xx

  20. MRMK
    MRMK says:

    What I would do is give this to my dad and my little brother, they are star wars fanatics and love to make new scenarios with modified lego. I dare say I will see a mini lego star wars episode crossing their minds and that puts a smile on my face

  21. Donna Towner
    Donna Towner says:

    I would give it to my partner, he is a star wars fanatic and i think if i could win this and wrap it up for him he can go off to make it leaving me to some peace on christmas day to get on with the dinner and bits.

  22. rainey
    rainey says:

    if this was unwrapped christmas morning I dont who would be more excited the son, the father or the grandfather. I can see three generations coming together to complete this mammoth project!

  23. Rachelradiostar
    Rachelradiostar says:

    Oops my comment disappeared! Maybe it’s a good luck sign!
    I would give this to my sweet nephew Matthew. He is Harry’s oldest brother and he has had to become a very grown up eight year old as his Mummy disappears every 4 weeks to take his baby brother to Birmingham Children’s Hospital to have an Exam Under Anaesthetic to check for more tumours in his eyes. . I think it would help him while away the hours and his Hanty Raychuls would keep her rock star status a bit longer! Good luck everyone who enters!

  24. Rachelradiostar
    Rachelradiostar says:

    I would give this to my sweet nephew Matthew. He is Harry’s oldest brother and he has had to become a very grown up eight year old as his Mummy disappears every 4 weeks to take his baby brother to Birmingham Children’s Hospital to have an Exam Under Anaesthetic to check for more tumours in his eyes. . I think it would help him while away the hours and his Hanty Raychuls would keep her rock star status a bit longer! Good luck everyone who enters!

  25. Bellymonster
    Bellymonster says:

    Mr bellymonster needs something to do while the kids are playing with their traditional Christmas Lego.

  26. Madame Guillotine
    Madame Guillotine says:

    Is it wrong that I almost died laughing when I read ‘tell me what you’d do with this amazing 58cm long beast of a toy!’ ;)

    Um, more seriously I would present it to my sons as they’ve both just got into Star Wars in a BIG way despite having presumably inherited my ‘Star Wars and Star Trek ARE THE SAME THING, PEOPLE’ wonky genes.

  27. Mummysknee
    Mummysknee says:

    I would play with it more tan Buddy we used to have a real one as kids. It was our favourite toy! Would love to win it. Looking forward to introducing Buddy to Lego this year :)

  28. Rubbishwife
    Rubbishwife says:

    I’d give it to AlphaMale. He’s at a bit of a loose end on christmas morning now the boys have grown up and dont have millions of toys to put together. It would keep him quiet for hours

  29. english grandma
    english grandma says:

    I want to win…..never win anything…ever!! Lovely family in my road would be over the moon with this x

  30. Audrey Naylor
    Audrey Naylor says:

    To be honest, In town at this time of the year,, we have a xmas tree but instead of baubles its little cards on it will be a childs name and age blue for boys pink for girls and its kids who have nothing to look forward to at all. I give every year. I know from personal experience what its like to have nothing to look forward to. I would donate it to them.

  31. Diana Cotter
    Diana Cotter says:

    I have a young friend who would be absolutely made up to receive this for Christmas – not a lot of money for pressies

  32. Chris King
    Chris King says:

    The boy would love that for Christmas being a huge fan of Lego and Star Wars. The rest of he family would, on the other hand, spend the whole of the holidays avoiding standing on small bits that will be strewn over the floor! It may just be worth the pain to see the look on his face.

  33. pandy baxter
    pandy baxter says:

    My 12 grandsons would love this wonderful prize,(expect my 8 grandaughters would enjoy it as well !!Happy Christmas

  34. Glenys Titcomb
    Glenys Titcomb says:

    My grandson would dearly love this!!!!He is a massive Lego fan, & also Star Wars is one of his favourites. He is very bright, & is at his happiest when tackling complicated things. He is 9 in January, & would more than ready to tackle this fantastic toy xx

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