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Friday, October 10, 2014

LEGO DUPLO Batcave Giveaway

My son is too old for LEGO DUPLO but he certainly is a big LEGO fan. He would have loved this set, but here's the chance for you to love it. There are actually THREE to give away. Who wants to win? You have through 10/24 to enter. Good luck.

Welcome to the LEGO DUPLO Batcave Adventure!

Sponsored by: LEGO DUPLO

 Hosted by:  Mostly Together Mommy


Enter the  LEGO DUPLO Batcave Giveaway. Ends 10/23

Lego's are the iconic toy that everyone remembers playing with as a child. They are the perfect gift, because all types of children like them, from girls to boys, from bookish to active!

LEGO is always coming out with something new and fun, and these latest DC Comics inspired LEGO's certainly strikes a chord with kids. The set will help to inspire the imagination and excitement that LEGO DUPLO has always been know for!

Enter the  LEGO DUPLO Batcave Giveaway. Ends 10/23

THREE lucky winners will each take home LEGO DUPLO Batcave Adventure sets! To enter, simply use the Rafflecopter form below. This giveaway is open people 18+, living in the U.S. 


*The host was compensated with a play set, but all opinions are her own. This giveaway is in accordance with FTC laws and regulations. This giveaway is not affiliated with social media and will close on October 24, 2012, at midnight.

69 comments:

  1. I loved playing with them with my brothers and now I am making new memories with my 3 sons, who absolutely are obsessed with Legos.

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  2. My son is very much into Legos. He plays with them daily for hours. The sound of him clicking through his legos looking for certain pieces has become something I have grown accustomed to over the years. I guess that is my memory. The sound of him playing with them.

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  3. My favorite Lego memory is of the first set my son got - a Lego City Ambulance - several years ago. That kicked off his great love of Legos. Now everything is Lego in his room, his shirts are Lego, we've been to Legoland, etc.
    Erika W.

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  4. My Favorite memories are making things with the grandkids. My worst memories are stepping on them in the dark!

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  5. I have great memories of building LEGO castles with my sister. This set looks awesome!

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  6. I do not honestly remember having Legos but I know how much my nephews love playing with them.

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  7. I always loved playing Legos with my girlfriends..... we built huge homes and would play with the "little Lego People" .... I Loved it!

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  8. A favorite Lego memory of mine is building towns with my dad in my grandparents basement :)

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  9. I didn't play with Legos as a kid, my brother did. My boys LOVE legos

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  10. Actually, Legos didn't become really popular until my little brother's childhood. I do remember his Legos scattered all over the floor & adults squealing when they would accidently step on one! lol.

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  11. Legos were a big deal when my daughter was born. So like many parents I bought them. My daughter loved them. I spent many hours playing with her and her Legos.

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  12. I actually still have lego memories. I just recently went to a lego store in Florida on vacation & had the best time browsing all the cool items.

    Love3570@aol.com

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  13. I was never allowed to play with Legos. Something I am still sad about to this day and I am 35! lol

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  14. I have fond memories of playing and building things with Lego's with my grandson

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  15. Waking up early on Christmas morning playing Lego's with my two grandsons.
    jackieque@comcast.net

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  16. My brother putting a leggo up his nose as a 8yr kid LOL.

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  17. Playing for the first time with out son when he was old enough to play with DUPLO's

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  18. Building and building with my 3 sons. It started when my oldest was about 2 and it is still going strong!

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  19. My grandfather was playing with Legos with my daughter the day before he died. I cherish that memory of him playing with his great-granddaughter.

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  20. actually getting something cool built and my older brothers coming and destroying it. thankyou, ken pohl19@comcast.net

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  21. I remember watching my brothers build with legos as a kid. Sometimes I would add on to there design.

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  22. My favorite memory is making house like RV with my sister

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  23. I remember building all kinds of things with my son.

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  24. I just remember playing with my brother with them

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  25. if they had Lego's when I was growing up I didn't have any or new someone who did

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  26. My brother used to have a set and tried to see how high he could build it to hold itself up- it was fun when we got it built up above our heads!

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  27. Watching my son play with them and his creations.

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  28. My brother had a pirate set that we played all the time with and we played with my dad's old legos so I remember hurting my fingers trying to get the old legos unstuck

    demureprincess7(at)gmail(dot)com

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  29. I remember the first time my son got a lego set, it was a ninja turtle helicopter type toy. I ended up putting most of it together myself but it was still a fun time. Thanks for the chance.
    sweetascandy579 at yahoo dot com

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  30. i used to play legos with my brothers rowing up. i liked building houses and castles.

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  31. I always play with my children. It's great to watch them create things.

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  32. Tripping over my sons legos at night time in the dark lol I wouldn't trade it for anything in the world because he loves these things.

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  33. I remember as kids my brothers and I would try to see who could build the tallest building. We had a huge box of Lego's!

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  34. I remember many a night stepping on a Lego or Army man that my son missed when he put his toys away.

    sflickinger at rocketmail dot com

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  35. Playing with my kids and helping them put their sets together.

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  36. me and my brother built a zoo with all our legos and had all our stuffed animals in it, we left it up for weeks and played with it everyday :)

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  37. We had this lego table set. We all loved to play on it. When we moved to a new house, the kids used the table to eat on until the new furniture were delivered. I thought it was cool that the table could be used for multiple things lol I was maybe in 3rd grade or older I can remember that well.

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  38. I had an airplane set that I loved!

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  39. My brothers and I had a Crash Derby in the kitchen. We would build "armored" cars to crash into each other. The vehicle that survived the best was the winner!

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  40. building them with my grandparents when i was ounger

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  41. Playing with my brother and building cities with them!

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  42. My favorite lego memory is playing with them and my cousin.

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  43. I loved my Star Wars lego sets. (CoreyOlomon at gmail dot com)

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  44. My favorite lego memory has been with each one of my three children trying at some point to build a big wall and karate chop it down!

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  45. I remember building castles and forts with my brother. I would always separate all the colors for him first to get him to let me play too ;).

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  46. building a giant alien spaceship with my son

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  47. I grew up as the only girl in a household of five boys, Legos was one of the few toys I enjoyed playing with them

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  48. The big yellow bucket lol. I'm making new memories with my kids now. We love legos.

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  49. my favorite lego memory was getting my very own box of legos and not having to share with my cousin across the street anymore :)

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  50. Building huge lego houses with my mom!

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  51. My favorite Lego memory is of the first set my son got - a Lego City Ambulance - several years ago. That kicked off his great love of Legos. Now everything is Lego in his room, his shirts are Lego, we've been to Legoland, etc. 

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  52. When my brother was little he received Legos kits for his birthdays and Christmases. He still has the majority of them. He'll be 33 next month.

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  53. Playing with lego was a huge thing to do with the cousins. I remember trying to get the old fashion ones apart with our teeth. lol
    vmkids3 at msn dot com

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  54. Building Legos with my 2 boys.

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  55. I remember trying to build animal look alikes.

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  56. My favorite memory is building different things with my nieces,and for some we would add more pieces to them

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  57. playing with Legos with my nephews

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