Wednesday, 7 May 2014

Win Magic Tooth Fairy Games



This is the sort of game to really excite children, one of my really clear memories were of my teeth starting to wobble and then poking it with my tongue, scared of any pain, but anxious to shift it and put the tooth under my pillow for the Tooth Fairy.
She was slightly more frugal in my day, no £1 coin, but a shiny 10p piece would be waiting when I awoke, the mystery and feeling rich gave me a real buzz!

Drumond Park have captured this excitement and turned it into a board game for children aged 5 years and over.

For even more excitement read on and find out how you can win a copy.



With a ‘magic’ bed which turns teeth into glittering gold coins, kids can’t wait to play…




For more than a decade now, Drumond Park has faithfully replicated those ‘magic’ 
moments with their highly popular and now classic Magic Tooth Fairy board game 
(rrp £19.99, for 2-4 players aged 5+). 
As the UK’s leading independent games manufacturer, the company is renowned for adding more than a sprinkling of magic to many of its children’s games, and 
Magic Tooth Fairy more than fulfils this reputation!

The fun begins as you set up the game.  Centre stage is the cleverly designed Magic Bed
which also incorporates a Spinner by which players progress round the colourful board.  
There are grinning plastic Mouths for each player, and four sparkly white Teeth are 
clipped onto each one. The Playing Pieces are in the shape of people with backpacks, 
into which the teeth are put on their journey to the Magic Bed.


Players race to be the first to lose all their teeth and get the Tooth Fairies to swap them for gold coins. When they land on a ‘Go To Bed’ space, they put their tooth under the Magic Bed’s pillow, plunge the Tooth Fairy wand… and hey presto, when they lift up the pillow, the tooth has gone and in its place - a shiny gold coin!  It’s ‘magic’! 

With its Magic Bed – complete with a pillow compartment for hiding the teeth that you’ve ‘lost’ while playing the game - plus plastic mouths and pull-out teeth, the Magic Tooth Fairy game is like no other. It creates a sense of wonder – and that takes some doing with the kids of today.   Watch a child play the Magic Tooth Fairy game - and see that look of delighted astonishment when their tooth really DOES disappear… to be replaced with shiny gold.

Drumond Park’s Adult, Family and Children’s board and action games and magic sets are widely available from many department stores, most major toy shop chains and independents, major grocery outlets - plus the
leading catalogue and online traders



      For stockists visit www.drumondpark.com

or call 01506 855577


Drumond park have kindly offered 3 readers a chance to win a game each, just fill in the Rafflecopter and don't forget to comment!!

130 comments:

  1. My parents used to tell me that the tooth fairies attached match sticks to our teeth to create spades for digging gold! How weird and I believed them too! I tell my kids the tooth fairies use them to build fairy castles!

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  2. my son is costing me a fortune at the moment, 5 teeth lost in a couple of months!!!

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  3. sarah burchell7 May 2014 at 13:33

    Hello my daughter is going to the dentist soon:)

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  4. I am lucky my kids like going to the dentist and watching me have my teeth polished
    (kim neville)

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  5. My son is nearly 7 and has lost quite a few teeth! Im not being one bit biased when I say he looks super cute with his front teeth missing! :)

    Amanda

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  6. Just wanted to say hi rather than tell a joke. I'm not good at jokes.

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  7. great giveaway my little one would be over the moon with this

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  8. fab giveaway, thanks for the chance x

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  9. My dad once tried to pul my tooth with needle nose pliers...and it didn't work!

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  10. my daughter lost her 2 top teeth on the same day - the tooth fairy was very happy :-)

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  11. My daughters 5 and she's looking forward to her 1st tooth coming out.

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  12. Great prize..

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  13. stacey turner7 May 2014 at 19:25

    great giveaway, i would love to win this for my little girl as she has just got her first wobbly tooth

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  14. My daughter would love this game - she is desperate to lose a tooth so the tooth fairy will come!

    Ashleigh

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  15. we haven't had any wiggly teeth yet as too little

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  16. Q: What did the werewolf eat after he'd had his teeth taken out?
    A: The dentist

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  17. both of my kids are now at the losing teeth stage :) getting expensive

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  18. We use a tooth pillow for fallen teeth which we hang on the door - saves creeping in the bedroom ;-)

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  19. What do you get if you cross teeth with candy?
    Dental floss! :D x

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  20. laura jayne bates7 May 2014 at 20:49

    i tell my children the tooth fairy turns their teeth in to stars

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  21. here is me saying hello i am no good at jokes how is a tongue twister for you
    Luke Luck likes lakes.
    Luke's duck likes lakes.
    Luke Luck licks lakes.
    Luck's duck licks lakes.
    Duck takes licks in lakes Luke Luck likes.
    Luke Luck takes licks in lakes duck likes.

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  22. How much does the tooth fairy leave these days,
    used to be sixpence in my day

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  23. i dont know any tooth jokes :(
    but i did have to play tooth fairy again last night for my son, 10th tooth :) £2 a tooth though and i have 5 kids! i think the poor fairy will be taking out a loan at this rate!! :-D

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  24. What did the dentist see at the North Pole? A molar bear

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  25. We leave fairy dust to show that the tooth fairy has been.

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  26. Amazing giveaway have a little girl who would love it
    Don't know any Teeth jokes - sorry

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  27. Dont know any jokes - but I like the tooth fairy in Elf
    Spencer Broadley

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  28. Sorry, can't think of any tooth jokes. Great giveaway thanks.

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  29. Hi, drew a blank on the joke!

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  30. What did the dentist see at the north pole?
    A molar bear.

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  31. What has teeth but no mouth? A comb

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  32. I used to think the tooth faity lived in a castle made of teeth.

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  33. Dont know any teeth jokes so ill just say HI

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  34. Sorry dont know any jokes so Hi it is Hi

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  35. my son is getting rich lately the tooth fairy is at our home alot these days

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  36. I sprinkle glitter on the pillow and say it is fairy dust.

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  37. The tooth fairy once 'forgot' (mummy may have had a glass of wine before bed....') to stop at our house , collect tooth and leave a £1 under the pillow.... I had to say that she was on holiday and would definitely be back to work tomorrow!!!!!

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  38. this game looks fabulous! :)

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  39. I fell off a climbing frame and knocked my front teeth out when I was a kid. I cried and screamed but not because it hurt - I was upset because I couldn't find the teeth for the tooth fairy

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  40. aww my best friends little girls will love this game x

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  41. My youngest son make sure he brushes his teeth exceptionally well because he thinks that if he doesn't his teeth will drop out like his older brother lol.

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  42. hello , my daughter loves brushing her teeth any reason to stay in the bathroom when she meant to b in bed hahaha xx

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  43. my grandaughter would love this! she is patiently waiting to lose her first tooth and get her penny from the tooth fairy lol

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  44. A little boy was taken to the dentist. It was discovered that he had a cavity that would have to be filled. “Now, young man,” asked the dentist, “what kind of filling would you like for that tooth?”

    “Chocolate, please,” replied the youngster.

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  45. Thank you for the giveaway, we've yet to have our first visit from the tooth Fairy :)

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  46. Something to do with the dentist and 2.30 but I can't remember it. :)

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  47. my sons teeth have just started to wobble hes looking forward to the tooth fairy coming i think he wants to stay up all night to see her

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  48. I'm not good with jokes! My boy still hasn't lost a tooth yet!

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  49. not good with jokes. my older daughter has finished losing teeth now, have it all to come with other daughter and my son, who is currently going through the horrible teething stage.

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  50. I'm Shy - so this is just a Hi:-)

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  51. Hi from me :)

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  52. Just want to say hi lol ( Melanie McNair )

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  53. I told my wife her teeth are like stars, she liked that comment until I told her they come out at night

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  54. Why are vampires like false teeth? They all come out at night

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  55. Hi, I can't think of any funny stories, but great giveaway.

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  56. I can't think of any tooth stories but my son is having his tooth out on sunday - first one!

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  57. Hi! My son would love this - perfect for when his teeth start dropping!

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  58. HI, thanks for the giveaway!

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  59. thanks for such a lovely giveaway x it sounds a great game x maria blythin

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  60. The tooth fairy forgot to leave my niece some money one night. The next night she left double with a note apologising for not having had time to collect it the previous night.

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  61. I have a fear of my teeth falling out although there's no reason they will ha ha.

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  62. Lovely Prize

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  63. I recently forgot that my little one had a tooth under her pillow (for the first time ever). Next morning I had to tell her that the tooth fairy occasionally can't get round all the children in one night (if a lot have lost teeth that day). She did get a little extra though the next night

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  64. My young son has a knitted Tooth Elf that has a satchel on him, and the tooth goes in there so teh tooth fairy can find it in the night :)

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  65. Not reached the new teeth stage yet, will let you know!!

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  66. Not a joke - the absolute truth! For the last 10 years or more, we have been booking our check-up at the dentists for 2.30pm! It helps us remember what time to go!

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  67. Can't think of a tooth joke, but I don't want to get too down in the mouth about it.

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  68. my daughter as just started losing her milk teeth . she asked her dad what the tooth fairy did with the teeth they collected he told her they make little fairy houses out of them. to which she replied "is that why they dont come to you cos your are yellow and they only like white" not a joke but it made me laugh

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  69. My son thinks the tooth fairy leaves chocolate coins when your teeth fall out - I'm not telling him otherwise!

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  70. Hi and thanks for the giveaway
    Karen Barrett

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  71. Great giveaway

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  72. Hi, Fab prize, my daughter would love it.
    claire.bob23@hotmail.co.uk

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  73. what time do you go to the dentist.......two thirty (tooth hurty)

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  74. My husband hates when I say toothpaste - I say it tuffpaste. Ha!

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  75. I will buy this game if I don't win I think..

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  76. what time is best to see the dentist?
    two thirty

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  77. Hi, this looks fun , I would love to win this

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  78. hello, this looks like a fun game, i think my grandson would really enjoy this

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  79. I've had very expensive problems with my teeth so to save giving evryone a fear of the dentist I'll just say HI

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  80. my middle boy thinks if he doesn't clean his teeth he will turn into a zombie lol!!!

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  81. I used to love losing my teeth: always meant a £1!

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  82. Whats the best time to visit the dentist - 2:30 :)

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  83. I used to think the tooth fairy took your teeth to turn it into furniture for their castle. They didn't like black furniture, so you have to brush your teeth!

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  84. What time should you go to the dentist? Tooth thirty

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  85. Champaklal Lad27 May 2014 at 23:16

    great prize

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  86. What did the dentist get for an award?
    A little plaque

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  87. i would love to win this for my great niece

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  88. great giveaway, thanks for the chance.

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  89. What helps keep your teeth together?
    Toothpaste.

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  90. What's white furry and shaped like a tooth,A molar bear

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  91. I took my children to the dentist every time I went from them being babies. They don't have the fear of dentists that I do :)

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  92. My sons still have all of their baby teeth but they are looking forward to a visit from the tooth fairy.

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  93. When we visited Beer Caves in Devon, there are sparkles on the roof of the cave. I told KBoo that this is where the Tooth Fairies brought all of the nice shiny teeth. She was mesmerised :)

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  94. Q: Why did the tree go to the dentist?
    A: To get a root canal.

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  95. What helps keep your teeth together?Toothpaste.

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  96. I don't know any tooth jokes but I do know that the toothfairy is becoming forgetful in her old age. She forgot to come to our house twice so I had to call her and demand she sneaks in during the day!

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  97. My mum used to tell me that the tooth fairies made jewellery from all the children's teeth. I remember leaving a note under my pillow for a beautiful necklace made of teeth but I never got one!

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  98. The tooth fairy should be coming soon, my 5 year olds toothsome a little wobbly

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  99. My grandaughter just started getting her second teeth & would love this game

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  100. My kids would love this game

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  101. Hello :)

    Leah Sullivan
    @LSULLYSULLIVAN

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  102. I used to think my great grandmother was the tooth fairy as she kept all our baby teeth in a musical box on her mantelpiece and exchanged them for the pennies she had saved up between our visits.

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  103. Hi, great prize :)

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  104. Hi what a great prize my daughter would love this!

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  105. Sharon McCloskey30 May 2014 at 17:38

    Hi (I'm shy) ;)

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  106. When I was little and lost a tooth I was playing in some gravel (mum runs a nursery) I dropped said tooth and couldn't find it again anywhere. SO I took a piece of gravel home and popped it under my pillow xx

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  107. Jane Middleton30 May 2014 at 20:07

    Thanks for the giveaway

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  108. Teeth, gosh teeth are the bane of my life. I knocked my front tooth out once. Not fun at all.

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  109. My daughter was eating some chocolate when she had a wobbly tooth. next thing I know she was gagging and pointing to her mouth. I grabbed some kitchen roll and she spat the contents out from her mouth. When I asked if she was ok she said she had lost her tooth and could i find it amongst the chocolate. Luckily I did

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