The Great LEGO Christmas Giveaway Winners

Apologies we delayed the announcement post by an hours but it’s so I could do the draw for the prizes. I will be contacting the winners later today to arrange shipping of prizes in the new year. All prizes will then be shipped on the first working day in January. So thank you to everyone who enter especially those who entered everyday there was a lot who got every answer correct. I want to thank all those who can’t be bothered to read the rules first as well. As people seemed to miss the UK ONLY PART!, took me an hour every day removing invalid entries 😛

So below first is the question and answer to each day. My decision is final, but feel free to question it as I can provide my answer source.


  1. Q – In the Mixels animated series what is A Cubit?
    A – A Cubit is an object that allows Mixels to combine with each other
  2. Q – The Santa minifigure in this set first appeared in which Collectable Minifigure Series?
    A – Series 8
  3. Q – Which set was released first?
    A- It was image number one which was set 8544
  4. Q – Which Enterprise was in Star Trek First Contact?
    A – It was of course Enterprise E
  5. Q – How many languages was Frozen let it go translated into?
    A – The song according to Wikipedia ” it was translated into 45 languages and dialects worldwide”
  6. Q – What year was the first Winter Village Toy Shop released?
    A – 2009
  7. Q –  2015 was the year of the sheep, what will 2016 be?
    A – Monkey
  8. Q – Which character is not an Elf?
    A – Emily
  9. Q – When was the full PC version released of Minecraft released?
    A – November 18, 2011
  10. Q – Which image is of series 4 of the series?
    A – It was image number 2
  11. Q – Name all 5 of the main LEGO Friends characters?
    A – Andrea, Mia, Olivia, Stephanie Emma
  12. Q – What year was the town set Blizzard Blazer released?
    A – 1988
  13. Q – How many ship(s) in the Pirate theme have over a 1,000 pieces?
    A – There was only ever one ship to have over a 1,000 pieces
  14. Q – According to Brickset how many sets were released in 2015?
    A – 772
  15. Q – Who is credited with creating the Architecture theme?
    A – Adam Reed Tucker
  16. Q – Who was the 7th Doctor
    A – Sylvester McCoy
  17. Q – Select the correct release years of all the Star Wars films up to VII
    A – 1977, 1980, 1983, 1999, 2002, 2005, 2015
  18. Q – How many animal tribes were in the Chima theme?
    A – 19
  19. Q – How many parts does the Grand Carousel have?
    A – 3263
  20. Q – How many level packs have been released or revealed so far?
    A – 6
  21. Q – How many Ferrari F40’s were produced?
    A – 1311
  22. Q – What is the other model you can build from this set
    A –  Mercedes-Benz Articulated Construction Truck
  23. Q – Out of every modular set released which is the smallest in terms of piece count?
    A – Market Street (1248  pieces) (I asked which modular, not mini modular or the Bricktober ones and even though released under the factory theme, LEGO classes it as a modular)
  24. Q – Which Ninjago set won Activity Toy of the Year in 2012?
    A – The LEGO Ninjago Fire Temple (2507)
  25. Q – What is the worldwide Lifetime Gross
    A – $295,212,467

Now on to the prizes, below is a list of winners, location and the prize they have won. Well done to all 25 winners.


  1. Simon Croft, Skegness
  2. Martin Troop, Norwich
  3. Louisa Morley, Portstmouth
  4. Callum Draper, Peterborough
  5. Louise Whitaker, Fleet
  6. Karen Hood, Glasgow
  7. Elizabeth Van Zelst, Bristol
  8. David Alexander, Winchester
  9. Jane Evans, Scarborough
  10. Saeed Ali, Huddersfield
  11. Colin Earl, Manchester
  12. Thomas Whitehead, Cambridge
  13. Kelly Raven, Gateshead
  14. Darren Potter, Coventry
  15. Lee Jones, Leeds
  16. Julie Veron, Pontypridd
  17. Helen Carr, Chester
  18. Kayleigh Dunn, Halifax
  19. Philip Hurst, Sunderland
  20. Tom Marshall, Birmingham
  21. James Savage, Basingstoke
  22. Ross, Houston, Paisley
  23. Sarah Oliver, Manchester
  24. Craig, Jeffery, Walsall
  25. Darren Earnshaw, Barnsley


Founder of Brick Fanatics. I'm Richard Hayes a 34 year old runner based in Sheffield. However I'm better known as the Mohican Runner due to my very distinctive hair style. I've gone from 20st to a runner, I've raised over Β£1.3 million for charity by doing various running challenges. I'm supported by Absolute360,SockMine and Tribesports. Currently I have a 17:20 5k PB, 36:02 10k PB, 81:11 HM PB & 3:08:24 for the marathon. You can find me on my blog

8 thoughts on “The Great LEGO Christmas Giveaway Winners

  • 26/12/2015 at 11:08

    No winners in the South East (Kent, Surrey, Sussex or London) yet two winners in Manchester – what are the odds given that 20% of the population lives in the South East compared to 4% in Manchester? I’m guessing that proportionately the least number of entries must have been from the South East as we had no success down these parts. Oh well, fingers crossed for next year!!

    • 26/12/2015 at 16:22

      Each day the system randomly picked one, it was simply look of the draw. I feel for those who entered everyday but did not win but that’s how the cookie crumbles. If I could I would give anyone a prize but I would be broke πŸ˜‰

      • 06/01/2016 at 20:25

        There’s always next year. I’ve just got to wait 11 more months… πŸ˜‰

  • 26/12/2015 at 10:48

    Another fantastic month of awards! Enjoyed it more than last year, despite prizes being a lot more difficult to win this year…congrats to all the winners regardless πŸ˜€
    Well done Brick Fanatics Team!

  • 26/12/2015 at 10:27

    Well done to the winners! Really enjoyed the quiz each morning, thanks for avoiding the daily advent review snoozefest this was very refreshing compared to other sites!

  • 26/12/2015 at 10:24

    Well Done to all the winners And a big thanks to Rich and the team for putting this great give away together

  • 26/12/2015 at 10:06

    Congrats to all winners. Sorry if my IP address showed up as not the UK, I was travelling for work, but according to the rules, I thought I was still valid since I had a UK address.


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