Brick Prize Draws Competitions Review

Brick Prize Draws are a pay to enter competition site that's entirely dedicated to giving away Lego. They say that they offer "rare and retired sets that are no longer available" whilst raising vital funds for Royal Papworth Hospital Charity! All prize draws are guaranteed and ticket prices range from £2 to £5 per entry.

Company: Berex Ltd

When Was Brick Prize Draws Competitions Launched: 2024

What Prizes Can You Win: Lego

Can You Enter For Free: Yes - See Terms For Details

Payment Options: Debit Cards, Paypal

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About Brick Prize Draws Competitions

Launched in March 2024, Brick Prize Draws operating as Berex Ltd is dedicated to offering players the chance to win exciting Lego prizes. The site looks a lot better than many others within the pay to enter prize draw sector with lots of white space and easy navigation. Whilst Lego is the headliner with this particular site, just behind it is the site's support of Royal Papworth Charity, the UK's Leading Specialist Heart and Lung Hospital. According to the terms "every entry purchased 20% goes towards improving the services, facilities and environment of Royal Papworth Hospital". Many sites cite that they're supporting charity but few aside from the likes of Omaze offer as much information and detail about the good cause they're supporting.

How To Enter Brick Prize Draws Competitions

At time of writing the prizes on offer include a Harry Potter Retired Bundle, Gringotts Wizarding Bank Exclusive Bundle and Young Simba the Lion King (June 2024). Ticket prices range from £2 to £5. Entering prize draws at Brick Prize Draws is very easy. All you need to do is select the Lego item you'd like to win, decide how many tickets that you wish to purchase and complete the sale. Each prize draw has a limited number of tickets that can be purchased. The number of tickets you can buy per draw is limited to 20% of the total entries. So that's 40 tickets if the maximum available is 200. A no purchase entry route is available for all prize draws and these are outlined in the terms and conditions. Given the price of tickets versus stamps then it's only really a useful option for the more expensive draws.

Closing Dates

Each Brick Prize has a limited number of tickets available (150 to 200 seems to be typical) and a closing date. Unlike a lot of pay to enter prize draw sites these giveaways are set to run for 60 days unless sold out sooner. According to their FAQ, competitions are not extended and all prizes go ahead regardless of tickets sold. If tickets sell out really quickly then the prize draw gets closed and drawn earlier than advertised. Each draw clearly indicates how many tickets have been sold but you won't find details about entrants or entry lists. At time of writing a couple of draws had sold out (although we can't see when they launched) but the Harry Potter Bundle, for example, had only 80 tickets left to sell out of 200 with almost a month to go.

Brick Prize Draws Competitions Winners

Brick Prize Draw winners are selected using Random Picker who describe themselves as "one of the world’s most used independent services for random drawings". Each draw gets a certificate to demonstrate an unbiased draw and entrants can review the winner and to check that they were included in the draw. One thing that Brick Prize Draw don't do compared to the likes of Bounty, Bear, McKinney etc is stream live draws via social media. Because they use Random Picker we don't think this is a big issue but live draws always add an additional level of transparency. Winners are listed on the website and to date there have been around 30 completed draws. If you do head to Facebook or Instagram then the winning numbers are shared on those platforms.

Our Verdict

We love Lego so the premise of Brick Prize Draws gets a big thumbs up from the start, but there is more to like. Ticket prices are reasonable at £2 and every draw is genuinely low entry (150 to 200 max entries). However there is one slight draw back in that all purchases come with a minimum £5 spend. We're guessing that's down to payment gateway costs. The choice of prizes is good with genres such as Marvel, Star Wars and Harry Potter covered. It'd be cool to see some minifigure sets potentially amongst the prizes as well as maybe some of the more expensive sets that are often out of reach of many customers. In terms of responsible play there is absolutely nothing on the site relating to this. At least each draw does have a 20% max ticket limit per player, but for a £5 ticket draw that's still £100. However Brick Prize Draws are less frequent than the bigger sites so this should help keep play sensible for most players.

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