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I'm trying to enter the code on the back of door number 1 into the Lego Star Wars site but it doesn't work. Does anyone know how / where to input the code?

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This question is a little ambiguous, there's almost 2 questions being asked here, 1) how do I get the instructions, 2) how do I use the code. I believe the OP thinks that they're the same question. The gev answer below is the simple answer to the question #1, question #2 is what the duplicate says it is. I'm going to edit the question to make it actually the question I have, and the duplicate question has, namely #1 –  McKay Dec 1 '13 at 18:16
    
I don't think he was asking how to build the figures everyday. He is asking where do you go to use the code in the figures to see the SUPRISE they have. I tried to find out where to input it online and had the same issue nowhere to put it. Help please –  Lindsey Dec 3 '13 at 16:11
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By "the build instructions" you mean how to assemble the day one model? It's right there on the flap. I doubt there's anything more to be had.

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Well, now that the original post has been modified to hell and back, my 'Answer' makes no sense at all. :P –  gev Dec 4 '13 at 6:20
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I just found this website:

http://www.lego.com/en-us/starwars/games/web-games/advent-calendar

it has special stuff each day, the place you enter the code is the image of jango fett in the bottom middle.

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The instructions to build it are on the back of the flap and to enter the code go to lego.com/starwars and go to fun and games or something. It mentions games. Anyways, there is a game called "Advent Calendar" and you click on a button torwards the bottom of the game screen (which you can make fullscreen) and enter the codes. They just unlock minifigures that you can be while playing the game.

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