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LEGO Dino T-Rex Hunter Giveaway!

In the beginning there were dinosaurs, and it was good. Then came LEGO Dino sets, and it was even better, because LEGO Dino sets don’t eat you.

My boys, being fans of both LEGO (see their LEGO video!) and dinosaurs are feeling very peanut butter and chocolate about the Dino set (two great tastes and all that). They really enjoyed building the various pieces, playing with them, and occasionally arguing about the physics required to capture a loose T-Rex with a helicopter. They’re only human.

In fact, the only reason they aren’t playing with the Dino set now is because of mandatory state testing and truancy laws. I had to pry the bricks from their soft, warm hands.

The LEGO Dino T-Rex Hunter set (pictured) combines all of the fun that is a renegade dinosaur (and the subsequent hunting of) with the building of imagination, brick by brick. It’s a win-win, people.

Speaking of winning, LEGO is giving one lucky Dadding reader a Dino T-Rex Hunter set! When you speak of me, speak well.

The LEGO Dino T-Rex Hunter set includes:

  • 2 minifigures
  • an 11″ tall T-Rex dinosaur
  • a 16″ long helicopter with towing hook
  • scout vehicle with trailer and binoculars
  • hours of fun (actual time may vary)

Please note this warning from LEGO: “Choking Hazard. Toy contains small parts and small ball. Not for children under 3 years.”

This contest is closed! Congratulations to our winner!

How to enter: You may enter in any combination of the following two (2) options (below). One entry per option per person. Entries will close at 11:59 p.m. PST on Friday, May 18. One winner will be drawn at random from all qualified entries. Winner will receive one (1) LEGO Dino T-Rex Hunter set as described above, retail value $69.99 (USD). Contest open to residents of the United States and Canada. No P.O. boxes. Winner will be contacted by email (from Whit Honea, I’m not spam!) and will have 24 hours from the time of email delivery to claim their prize. In the event that the winner does not respond within the given 24 hour period then another winner will be chosen at random from the original collection of qualified entries (and so forth and so on).

LEGO provided my family with one Dino T-Rex Hunter set for the purpose of review and will supply an additional set to the winner of this giveaway. Should the T-Rex Hunter set be unavailable LEGO has the right to offer a prize of equal value.

You may enter the LEGO Dino T-Rex Hunter Giveaway once per person, per each of the following options:

Option 1

Leave a comment in the section below saying why you would like to win the LEGO Dino T-Rex Hunter set. Be sure to include your email address in the email box provided. It is not necessary to enter your email in the actual comment, although many of you will for reasons that continue to escape me. One comment per entry. One entry per person. Multiple entries per household are permitted (limit 4 entries per household via this option, each household member must be entered in a separate comment).

Option 2

Like Dadding on Facebook. You should do this anyway, because we’re a lot of fun to be around. IF YOU LIKE THE DADDING FACEBOOK PAGE PLEASE LEAVE AN ADDITIONAL COMMENT TO LET US KNOW! Honor system in the house!

 

That’s it! Happy entering, LEGO lovers!

Whit Honea can be found writing about whatever he feels like at his personal site Honea Express (Honea sounds like pony) and DadCentric. If you’re really bored you can follow him on the Twitter or Pinterest (his opinions are his own and do not reflect those of Babble or most rational people).

Also from Whit:

Best Age to Visit Disneyland?

Dad Killed by 4-Year-Old Over Video Game

Are You Ready for Mother’s Day?

8 Underrated Sports for Kids

Top photo courtesy of LEGO, photo of my boys courtesy of me (and if you want to be technical, my wife)

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