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The Wishlist Machine Fires up in Europe


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#1 Offline Hapori Tohu

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Posted Oct 31 2012 - 02:59 PM

LEGO, like many companies in the toy industry, is already getting ready for Christmas, and Halloween ain't even over yet. Cratak has found that on some European versions of the LEGO home page (unfortunately not the UK, so no English), LEGO has introduced the <a href='http://legowish.com/' target='offsite'>Wishlist Machine</a>. It appears that you folks on the European mainland can produce a wishlist of LEGO products and earn points on the website for an opportunity to win LEGO sets with a value of 10,000 kr., whatever that means. Anyhow, I'm tired of Google translating it, so how about you just click that link up there, all you Europeans, and translate it yourself.View the full article
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#2 Offline Cratak

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Posted Oct 31 2012 - 05:14 PM

JUst so you guys know, I went back and converted the amount and it is worth about US $1,754. Seems to me like a whole lot more than last year's wishlist prize for the US and Canada.
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#3 Offline Tomaku

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Posted Oct 31 2012 - 06:17 PM

"CREATE YOUR WISHLIST. COLLECT POINTS. WIN!LEGO Wishlist Machine helps you to create and share your wishlist for Christmas - And gives you the chance to win exiting LEGO prizes!This is how you participateRegister and log in on LEGO Wishlist Machine.Explore LEGO themes.Find your favorite LEGO set/s and add them to your wishlist.You can collect points when you explore themes.When you are done with your wishlist you can send it to your parents.This is how you winYou can win LEGO prizes every week. All you need to do is log in on LEGO WishMachine once per week and explore the worlds.TO PARTICIPATE IN THE BIG CONTEST AND TO HAVE THE CHANCE OF WINNING LEGO SET/S TO A TOTAL WORTH OF 1500 EURO you must1. Create a wishlist with LEGO Wishlist Machine, answer the question and send in the answer.2. Collect points - the more you collect, the bigger chance of winning you will have.This is how you collect pointsYou can collect points by exploring LEGO themes. Look at the movies and click on the activities. The more activities you try, the more points you will get.You can also collect points by collecting magical codes. You can find magical codes everywhere; in the stores, in catalogs, in LEGO Club Magazine on www.LEGO.xx, in commercials and a lot of other places. Keep your eyes open!"
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#4 Offline Devorath

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Posted Oct 31 2012 - 10:13 PM

Reminds me of the Mistika Game
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