- Only use basic LEGO system bricks. Do not use LEGO Technic, LEGO MINDSTORMS, or LEGO Constraction parts
- Do not include LEGO Minifigures in your model
- When creating a world or setting for your LEGO Classic model, make sure you don’t use copyrighted objects, such as mobile phones, computers, or show any labels/ recognizable features of a brand
- Your entry must not contain copies of any existing third party work or creation, or infringements of any third party intellectual property right.
- Do not include any IPs in your entry, including LEGO IP brands, such LEGO Star Wars, LEGO NINJAGO, etc. Elements from these properties can be used, but avoid using elements which clearly come from or only appear in a non-LEGO Classic sets
- You can enter as many entries as you would like, but only one entry per person will be considered when winners are selected
- Entries with violent military themes will not be eligible for the contest
- Entries containing defamatory or degrading elements will not be eligible for the contest
- Entries can be previously built, but cannot be submitted previously in any contest of any kind competing for a prize
- Each entry must have been made by the user submitting it
- Use of LEGO Digital Designer to create your entry is allowed, along with photo editing software or adding effects to your entry – just make sure to feature you model with real life objects
- Entries must not contain LEGO elements which have been modified from their original form, including painted or cut elements
- Entrants must be at least 13 years of age at the time of entry
- If you submit multiple versions of your entry, all but the most recent version will be removedThe contest is not open to residents of Iran, North Korea, Myanmar/Burma, Zimbabwe, Sudan, Syria, any other U.S. sanctioned country and where prohibited or restricted by law.
- The Winner will be contacted on the email address associated with their LEGO ID account after April 28th 2017 and announced on LEGO Rebrick when the winner has returned the signed Winner’s Certification Documents. A winner who do not return their Winner’s Certification Document within one week of receiving it will be disqualified, and a new winner will be selected.
Please see all general contest terms and conditions here
What is the timeframe for this contest?
This contest runs until April 20th at 10:00 a.m. EST. Please double check your time zone to make sure you know the exact time the contest ends.
What countries can participate?
The contest is international; therefore entrants from all countries and with any background are welcome to participate to win the prizes, except where prohibited by applicable laws.
The contest is not open to residents of Iran, North Korea, Myanmar/Burma, Zimbabwe, Sudan, Syria, any other U.S. sanctioned country and where prohibited or restricted by law.
Can a group submit one entry together?
Yes, but it is up to you determine how you distribute the prizes to your group, only the number of prizes outlined in the rules will be given, regardless of the size of the group.
How old do you have to be to participate?
You have to be 13 years or older to participate in the contest. Entrants younger than 13 cannot have their parent or friend submit an entry on their behalf. If you’re under 13 and would like to share your LEGO model, you can still do so on the LEGO.com Create and Share Galleries.
Why can a parent not submit an entry on behalf of a child?
LEGO Rebrick is a contest platform for teen adult members. This contest is designed for participants 13 years or older, and is not set up for younger entrants.
Do I have to have an account to take part?
Yes, you have to have an account on LEGO Rebrick to enter. Your LEGO Rebrick account tied to your LEGO ID or LEGO.com account information, so signing up is easy. Just click the sign in link at top of LEGO.com/Rebrick and fill in your LEGO ID username and password. You’ll then be able to set up a LEGO Rebrick profile linked with your LEGO ID. If you don’t have a LEGO ID, you can also create one by clicking “Sign in” and then “Sign up now”.
How do I enter a contest on LEGO Rebrick?
First, make sure you have a LEGO ID and the LEGO Rebrick account. Next, find the contest you wish to entry and click “submit entry”. Follow the directions on the submit entry page, and you should be good to go! Our moderation team will review it within 1-3 working days to make sure it fits all the contest rules. If for some reason it doesn’t, you will receive any email to the address attached to your LEGO ID informing you how you can change your entry and resubmit it.
Can I submit multiple entries?
Yes, please submit as many models as you wish!
I submitted my entry, but I can’t see it if I log out. How do I know if it was accepted into the contest?
Every new entry must be moderated by the LEGO Rebrick staff to be visible to members who are logged out or those that do not hold an account. This can take 1-3 business days. Once moderated it will be visible to everyone.
How do I know if my entry was submitted correctly?
If you receive a “Success!” pop-up notification after clicking “submit” on the entry submission page, your entry has successfully been submitted. Our moderation team will review it within 1-3 working days to make sure it fits all the contest rules. Always make sure you have read the contest rules and the Legal section before entering a contest on LEGO Rebrick, to ensure that your entry will be accepted.
Oh no, I missed the deadline for the contest! Can I still submit it?
Sorry, to keep it fair to other participants we cannot allow members to submit entries past a contest deadline. We appreciate that you worked hard on your entry, and you can still share it on the LEGO.com Create and Share Gallery. We are also running new contests all the time, and we hope you’re able to submit an entry into another contest later on.
I don’t own any LEGO parts, can I still enter?
You can enter using LDD. The steps for entering via LDD can be found under VI. Entering Contests in our Legal section. Just make sure you use photo editing to show your LEGO model in a real world setting built by you.
What size model should I build?
Any size and scale you wish.
What kind of world/setting can I build for my LEGO model?
Build a world/setting using common household objects, such as coat hangers, Q-Tips, yarn, pencils, paper, pillows, and blankets. Just make sure you don’t show any brand names or use easily recognizable devices, such as iPhones. What kind of setting you build is up to you.
Can I use LEGO Constration/LEGO Technic/LEGO BIONICLE parts?
Only use basic LEGO system bricks. Do not use LEGO Technic, LEGO MINDSTORMS, LEGO Constraction parts or LEGO Minifigures.
Can I include my favorite show (an IP) in my model?
Do not include any IPs in your entry, such as LEGO Star Wars, and LEGO IPs such as LEGO NINJAGO. Elements from these properties can be used, but avoid using elements which clearly come from or only appear in a non-LEGO Classic sets.