It’s no secret that we are big game fans in this house! We’ve teamed up with University Games to give one of our readers a share of the fun! One of my readers will win their own Staccups game! The game is suitable for people age 8 and over, with an RRP of £9.99. So it’s a brilliant alternative to an Easter Egg!

Staccups – Match Top And Base To Win The Race

Staccups box

Speed and hand/eye co-ordination are needed, in this fast, frantic stacking game. You have to race your opponent to clear all of your cups. If the base colour of your cup matches the top colour of one on the podium… Then stack it – quickly! The catch is, your opponent may be quicker, and your chance will be gone! However, you have to keep alert for the next colours!

What Do I Think Of Staccups?

This game sounds like brilliant fun! We haven’t played it ourselves, as our kids are too young yet. It looks great though! This video shows Staccups in action!

I love games which are quick to play and don’t need batteries, so this ticks both of those boxes!

How To Enter The Giveaway?

To be in with a chance of winning your own Staccups game, fill in the gleam form below. Some things to note:

Firstly, make sure you answer the comment question! Secondly: the giveaway ends on 3rd April 2019. Finally, the winner will be chosen and emailed within 48 hours of the competition closing.

1x Staccups Game

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174 thoughts on “Staccups Giveaway

  1. With the whole family. We often get together for birthdays so this would be a perfect game to play 😊

    1. This would certainly keep the grandkids busy when I’m on babysitting duty . They’d love to play this with me .

  2. I would play with my nephew and niece, although my niece would probably use them to do the cup song from Pitch Perfect aswell, she loves that.

    1. I take my children to a weekly play group at a local care home we love to play games so it would go down well

  3. I’d play this with my two Daughters and my husband – we love playing games as a family and it is always guaranteed to get quite competitive.

  4. I’d play with my son who is brilliant at these games. We used to have a similar set but it never came home after loaning it to school.

  5. I would play with my two nieces and my nephew Max next I look after them, they would love this. When I look after them we always play games followed by a movie marathon with munchies.

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