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Free Bunnings Warehouse Building Block (Worth $30) When You Find Rudolph (Kids Only)



Closing Date 24/12/2020
Draw Date 24/12/2020


Description bunnings warehouse building block
No. of Prizes 1

Entry Requirements

Open To Australia-wide
Entry Limit Limited
Entry Methods In Person
Prerequisites n/a

Sorry it was too rushed especially when you have kids around and I didn’t take any pictures. Feel free to reformat or remove this post.

Apparently some Bunnings stores now have a “Find Rudolph” game in store, for kids only. They very likely to reject your participation if you are NOT accompany with a child.

You know if the game is available by going to Information desk and spot a Santa toy (~15cm tall) with a sign something like “Help me find Rudolph”.

A Rudolph figure/toy (~15cm tall) will be places randomly in the shop, you’ll know when you find it as it has a sign something like “I’m lost, help bring me back to Santa”. Take the toy back to information desk and let a staff know.

They’ll need to take a picture of the kid with Rudolph and Bunnings building block, likely for marketing purpose, and the toy is yours (Building block, not Rudolph)

Related Stores

Bunnings Warehouse
Bunnings Warehouse

closed Comments

  • +4

    These kinds of activities are run by individual stores. It is not brand wide. One store will be doing it and two hundred won’t be.

    • Thanks for clarification and setting correct expectations

  • My kid is keen for this and I do need to go to Bunnings to pickup some screws.

    I wouldn't pay $30 for the kit though, at most $5.

    There's one review, as per below:

    Poor quality
    ★★★★★2 out of 5 stars. 7 days ago
    The pieces don’t lock together very well and lacks the quality of LEGO , $30 for this is a real stretch… wouldn’t buy again.

    • +1

      try using bunning's heat gun to lock them together..it works wonder

  • +6

    Reminds me of when Apu hides a snake in the Kwik-E-Mark during whacking day as a promotion for a free squishy 😅😂
    It doesn't end well…

  • +3

    A $30 toy in exchange for free usage of my child's image in publicity photos… no thank you.

    • Agreed. Nothing would convince me to ever give over my child's image for someone else's use.

      • +2

        Good luck if they are into community sport and the like?

  • +1

    They very likely to reject your participation if you are accompany with a child.

    Do you mean the child should be unattended? If so that's a horrible idea, there's real weirdo's around.

    • I would assume that only the child can participate in the challenge and get the free toy, not the accompanying adult.

      • +1

        No no, OP meant "if you are A COMPANY with a child" and naturally Bunnings would reject that Parent company.

    • Corrected

  • +1

    I'm a kid at heart

  • I heard Bunnings Logan rd announce this yesterday as I was leaving.

  • +1

    they flooded the market with these, each store got around 1200-1600 units and sales have been a complete flop! so not surprised they wanna give them away

  • +1

    B-but due to popular demand!

  • Anywhere in SA doing this ?

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