Enter Rainbow MagicLand for free!

October 3, 2011 at 12:23 pm | Posted in Contests, Merchandise, Rainbow MagicLand | 4 Comments

On the Italian Winx Club site, there’s this poster for Rainbow MagicLand.

Rainbow MagicLand poster

The photos you see in the poster were taken at the theme park Rainbow MagicLand, which is Rainbow’s real-life mostly Winx Club based theme park. You can see a replica of Alfea Castle in the center.

Rainbow is offering you “super cool fairies” a chance to enter Rainbow MagicLand for free. It has actually already opened to the public (and yes there are six-foot statues of the Winx) but still, free entry! In a world where we have to pay for everything and where pan-handlers have websites, I guess that’s a pretty good deal. 😛

All you have to do is purchase a Winx Club or PopPixie product from the autumn/winter collection in Rainbow’s 2011 catalog and you might win a free entry!

The theme park covers 600,000 square meters and currently has 35 attractions, for all ages. It’s no Disneyland or Disneyworld, but for us Winx Club fans, does that really matter?

The fine print at the bottom states that the contest is valid from 08/01/2011 to 12/31/2011. Infants and children under a certain age have free admission, while adults must pay the full fee. (I think that’s what it says. I hate fine print, it’s never clear.)

Oh, and if you’re planning to enter, you’ve got to buy the product in Italy. =P It isn’t given on the poster, it’s generally a rule for these kind of contests.

Good luck to anyone planning to take part or have a go! And as a side note, we (me, my sister, and my mom) are planning to go to Italy this December. If we go to Rainbow MagicLand, I’ll be sure to post lots of pictures! (Or at least force my sister to post them. 😀 )



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  1. I wonder how much an admission ticket for that would be…
    At any rate, this constest is for “super cool fairies”, not hardcore specialists like me. 😛
    I’ll be going to Europe next year so I don’t see why I coudn’t stop by and see this park. Looking forward to the pictures though…

    • The price for an adult admission ticket is 25 Euros, and I’ll make sure I dive out of the way whenever my sister is taking pictures so that I can post them. =P

  2. From what I have seen, the park looks totally magical!

    • The finished version probably is. When my family and I went, we only saw what you call the “skeleton” of the park. It was imposing to say the least.

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