Mamanista! » Contests, Featured » Playmobil Great Dragon Castle – 12 Days of Giveaways

Playmobil Great Dragon Castle – 12 Days of Giveaways

Playmobil Dragon Land Castle Consumer PhotographWe reviewed the Playmobil Great Dragon Castle in September and it is still a favorite toy in our house. We awarded it a place on our Hottest Holiday Toys for 2010 list and we’re giving one away as part of our 12 Days of Giveaways.

With Playmobil’s characteristic attention to detail, there are plenty of nooks and crannies for kids to explore. The set has a trapdoor and dungeon plus a spooky-looking hinged door, a falling stone, ballista, and a glow in the dark skeleton. And don’t forget the giant red dragon you can pose and use to lay siege to the castle.

Playmobil Great Dragon CastleWANT IT: Playmobil Dragon’s Land Great Dragon Castle ($155 direct from the Playmobil site) or Amazon ($165) or your favorite specialty toy retailer. Just buy soon because this one is going to sell out well before the Holidays.

WIN IT: Playmobil is offering a Playmobil Dragon’s Land Great Dragon Castle (ARV $155) to one lucky winner as part of our 12 Days of Giveaways! To enter:

  • Mandatory Entry: Comment on this post, letting us know what feature of the Great Dragon Castle would most excite your kids.
  • Two Optional Extra Entries: Link to the Hottest Holiday Toys for 2010 in a post on your blog or on any publicly visible web page where you are allowed to do so and/or share the guide on your favorite social media site. You may do this up to twice per giveaway.  You must leave a separate comment with the URL where you shared the guide for each extra entry for your entry to count.

This giveaway ends November 29, 2010, 11:59 PM EST.  Winner chosen at random from valid entries. U.S. Shipping Only. Please see the Hottest Holiday Toys for 2010 for a full list of giveaways.

Written by

Candace is the co-editor and co-founder of Mamanista. She is an educational consultant and writer.

Filed under: Contests, Featured · Tags: ,

198 Responses to "Playmobil Great Dragon Castle – 12 Days of Giveaways"

  1. Martina says:

    I think my godchild would love the trapdoor.

  2. Tesa S. says:

    My son would really luv the catapult!!!
    tesashel225 (@) aol dot com

  3. rebecca says:

    I think the turrets from which she could put her figures and throw down things from.

  4. Tracey Byram says:

    Tristan would like the giant red dragon best.

  5. nichole howard says:

    My rowdy boys would love the way they can easily put their “men” in various places and it looks so real.

  6. Steph A says:

    The trap door would probably be a hit!

  7. john says:

    The giant red dragon obviously

  8. Marisa says:

    My son would love the red dragon!

    msuarez919 at yahoo dot com

  9. Jill Myrick says:

    My sons favorite features would be the trap door and the beacon.


  10. Marisa says:

    Shared this on Twitter:

    msuarez919 at yahoo dot com

  11. ewhatley says:

    Definitely the trapdoor and glow in the dark skeleton would be faves.

  12. Daria S says:

    My son would love this set. He’s 4 and loved How To Train Your Dragon so much I’ve started to read the books to him at night. It’s nice to start to have his imagination kick in more then just race cars. I know he’ll love the light up features the best.

  13. Lisa G. says:

    My youngest son is very much into details so he would love all the nooks and crannies for to explore and hide things in.
    lisalmg25 at gmail dot com

  14. Gena says:

    He would love the castles themselves. He really has a fascination and like to look at them on TV and in movies and made one out of cardboard. So that would be the best part

  15. Lisa L says:

    My son would love the glow in the dark skeleton!

  16. tina reynolds says:

    Wow so much my soon would like the dragons the towers he would love the glow in the dark skeleton I love all of the features would make some great creative play thanks for the chance to win

  17. Sheila says:

    I like that it glows in the dark. How Cool!!

  18. Matt says:

    Dragons are a big thing now around here. That’s the clincher. LOL

  19. crr says:

    The trap door would be most exciting!

  20. trixx says:

    My little nephew would love that there’s a neat trap door!

  21. K Anne says:

    I think the feature that my son would like best on this would be the trapdoor.

  22. tiffany lane says:

    GIrls can enjoy it too.

  23. Pamela S says:

    They’d definitely be most excited by the dragon, but I love Playmobil products for the creativity and imagination they use in children. Thanks.

  24. Chrysa says:

    They would love that you can really use your imagination while playing with it!

  25. Trista says:

    My oldest boy loves pretend play, he would love everything about this castle. But he would probably like the glow in the dark skeleton and the drawbridge the most, and of course I would have to give it a good go around too. I may be old but I am still a little kid at heart.

  26. kathy pease says:

    mine would love the trap doors and those colorful dragons :)

  27. R Hicks says:

    I think they would be fascinated with the dragon figure

    ardy22 at earthlink dot net

  28. sandra says:

    my son absolutely loves playmobil and has asked for a castle the past 2 years for christmas; my husband recently lost his job this giveaway would be great for him…he would love the knights and the dragon most

  29. Gianna says:

    The trap door LOL.

  30. I rarely comment, but after reading through some of the comments on this page Playmobil Great Dragon Castle – 12 Days of Giveaways | Mamanista!. I actually do have some questions for you if it’s allright. Could it be simply me or do a few of these responses look as if they are coming from brain dead individuals? :-P And, if you are posting on other places, I’d like to follow you. Would you list of the complete urls of your shared pages like your Facebook page, twitter feed, or linkedin profile?

  31. I was reading through some of your articles on this website and I conceive this website is real instructive! Retain putting up.

  32. futon bunk says:

    Oh my goodness! an incredible article dude. Thank you Nevertheless I am experiencing subject with ur rss . Don’t know why Unable to subscribe to it. Is there anyone getting equivalent rss problem? Anybody who knows kindly respond. Thnkx

  33. Great post and right to the point. I am not sure if this is really the best place to ask but do you people have any ideea where to hire some professional writers? Thanks :)

  34. Pisano says:

    Pretty component of content. I just stumbled upon your website and in accession capital to say that I get actually loved account your weblog posts. oxley towerAny way I’ll be subscribing in your augment and even I success you access persistently rapidly.

  35. I came right here in order to learn about something completely various than the things I will. I love in order to take in as a lot different information because practical, it becomes the most reliable part in relation to life. People have a site additionally, click on the connection to come on by way of and also see just what we become getting into.

  36. pawan says:

    I used to be able to find good information from your blog articles.

  37. I’m extremely impressed with your writing skills as well as with the layout on your weblog. Is this a paid theme or did you modify it yourself? Either way keep up the nice quality writing, it is rare to see a nice blog like this one these days..

  38. Excellent post. I was checking constantly this blog and I am impressed! Very useful info specifically the last part :) I care for such info much. I was seeking this certain information for a long time. Thank you and best of luck.

  39. Chiyo says:

    Inizialmente tutti osannavano The Conduit perch gli auorti mostravano di avere l’intenzione di spremere fino in fondo le potenzialit grafiche della console : per la maggior parte degli utenti questo bastava a giustificarne l’acquisto, il gameplay, la trama e l’originalit non sono discussi nemmeno lontanamente in alcuno dei commenti qui elencati, il che equivale a dire Purch non sfiguri graficamente, lo compro .Poi nel corso dei mesi, grazie ai vari trailer si iniziato a delineare un magior spessore della struttura narrativa, nonch del gameplay, il che un bene ma non comunque fondamentale: The Conduit sar un immenso successo commerciale su scala planetaria a prescindere in quanto non esiste un possibile rivale a contendersi i soldi dell’utenza (Metroid Prime 3 ha gi un anno e mezzo sul groppone e gli appassionati lo hanno gi finito in tutte le salse), inoltre il 2009 si sta rivelando avaro di sorprese Insomma, faccio il tifo per High Voltage nella speranza che non deluda le nostre aspettative ma, siamo sinceri, in un contesto normale in cui i giochi di qualit non si facciano desiderare, probabilmente non lo avremmo desiderato a tal punto

Leave a Reply