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Win a Dalek with Doctor Who Adventures

Get Your Second Dalek Competition Token in Doctor Who Adventures!

An unmissable opportunity for young fans is available courtesy of Doctor Who Adventures as the magazine gives them the chance to win their very own life-size Dalek!

To enter, readers must collect three tokens, with the current issue 337 containing the second token. Token three will be in issue 338, on sale on 29 January until 11 February 2014. Don’t panic if you missed the first token, as a bonus one will be printed in issue 339, on sale 12 February.

Doctor Who Adventures magazine editor Moray Laing says: “We know that our readers love monsters – and the Daleks are a particular favourite, so we’re really pleased that we’re able to give one away. It’s a big prize for one lucky reader! Please note, the competition isn’t open to Cybermen or Davros…’

The latest issue also contains a fact-packed feature about the Cybermen – and readers are invited to vote for the deadliest Cyberman design.

You may not have won a real Dalek, but what Doctor Who prizes can you boast about?

Issue 337, on sale from 15 – 28 January 2014, priced at £2.99. The issue comes with a free sonic screwdriver – just what the Doctor ordered!


has watched Doctor Who since those great big spiders did for Jon Pertwee, and it's way too late to stop now. When he's not at his job working for a charity he spends his time following Hull City's fortunes, listening to Bruce Springsteen and wondering why it took thirty years too long for Doctor Who action figures to come along.

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