Speedy Bin game – Review and Giveaway

We have always been a close family and love playing games, especially monopoly, we would even have “game nights” where we would dedicate an evening of a weekend and go round to my auntie’s house with my cousins or they would come to us and play games and have some quality family time, including the arguments over people trying to cheat.

When I was offered the chance to review this game I couldn’t wait for it to arrive and to get my nephew round to play it with me.


The box contains:

  • The bin
  • Several sheets of different coloured Tissue Paper
  • Instructions



The game comes in 6 bits that are easily assembled by just clicking them together.

This game does require batteries 4 x AA batteries ( Not Included), and it is aged 4+ with 1 or more players.


Me and my nephew had lots of fun playing with it for at least an hour, chasing it round the room and trying to dodge it from crashing in to him.  It has 2 settings 1 & 2, setting one is slow and setting 2 is fast.  My nephew Jack laughed & laughed the whole time whilst playing it, he loved it and he’s 8 years old.  The game ended in me and my nephew having a tissue paper fight, instead of throwing it in the bin.

It is a great game and will certainly keep the kids entertained.  The retail price for this game is £24.95 but you can find it for less in most toy stores like Smyths Toys, Argos, Ebay or Amazon.

I’m now going to give one lucky reader the chance to win this game.

To enter, please complete the Rafflecopter widget below. All terms and conditions can be found at the bottom of the page.

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  • The closing date is Monday 26th August at midnight.
  • There is one prize of a Speedy Bin game. No cash alternative.
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*I received the Speedy Bin Toy from IMC Toys for the purpose of this review but all opinion and thoughts are my own. I was also offered the opportunity to giveaway the same game to one of my readers.   


About Kim

Wife to Tom, First time Mummy to Little Boy Freddie and Auntie to 4 Boys & 1 Girl.

66 thoughts on “Speedy Bin game – Review and Giveaway

  1. KATHY D

    Cheese Touch .. Diary of a Wimpy Kid game. Love to play with my nieces and nephews – they come out with such fuuny answers to the questions

  2. kim neville

    At the moment we like to play memory game and wet head game. My son is so good at memory game and beats the adults

  3. Nicola Marshall

    At the moment in our house it’s ogg on the bog game as my 5 year old understands how to play it, and it’s one we can all play.

  4. This looks a fab game to play with my great nieces and nephews

  5. Rachel Craig

    Snap, fun. Can play game with a variety of ages etc.

  6. Annabel Greaves

    I love playing monopoly as it is a great game for the whole family xx

  7. Anthony Harrington

    I like playing Scrabble as i like word type games, it makes me use my grey-matter a bit!

  8. laura banks

    monopoly always reminds me of playing as a kid and im still so competitive

  9. lucy higgins

    we love Twister as its so much fun

  10. natalie moore

    my little girl love pop goes pig

  11. Susan Smith


  12. Hannah Scudder

    I love to play monopoly! my son loves twister.

  13. Tracy K Nixon

    I love playing Frustration with my children – it is so frustrating and we all end up laughing!

  14. Melanie Turner

    Seen the advert for this and it looks like so much fun. Great review!

  15. Chrissie Curtis

    We love playing Logo Board Game! This Game looks so much fun!

  16. As a family, we love playing – DONT WAKE DAD! It is great fun for all the family.

  17. Rebecca Nisbet

    i love monopoly, always been my favourite since i was little!

  18. EJ Dunn

    Monopoly – I love how competitive it is!

  19. Laura Loo

    At the moment our favourite game is pop to the shops

  20. Natalie Crossan

    This looks like a great game to play = I love Monopoly xx

  21. Jennifer Toal

    Looks fun

  22. Rachel Butterworth

    Mousetrap, I love when that trap goes down at the end.


    Some great games to play on rainy days, plenty of offers if you look around

  24. Angie McDonald

    My favourite game to play is Cluedo!

  25. Heather Morrison

    My favourite game is eye spy. Very simple but can be played everywhere and it makes my son laugh when we play so that’s good enough for me! Xxx

  26. I love Buckaroo. the look on my childrens faces when the donkey bucks is hillarious.

  27. Jo Glasspool

    Trivial pursuit!!

  28. jules Eley

    pop up pirate

  29. tee Simpson

    We love playing doc mcstuffins operation as it helps with the fine motor skills

  30. Love Tumbling Monkeys

  31. Sarah Archibald

    I love frustration, brings back memories as it was my favourite as a kid.

  32. jo liddement

    I enjoy playing Top Trumps with my son because there are so many topics available.We love the Harry Potter Top Trumps best of all.

  33. Laura Harrison

    I enjoy playing Picturenary as it’s good fun even though I am rubbish at draw!

  34. Rebecca Mercer

    monopoly! I love it because it gets so competitive and lasts for ages!


    The Logo Boardgame

  36. This looks like a fun game!

  37. Pictionary – fun for the whole family and a lot of giggles!

  38. Clare Hubbard

    I love playing monopoly with my husband but am currently teaching my sons how to play snap, with varying results!

  39. Keith Hunt

    kerplunk as i still cant win with my 1970s set

  40. Kim Styles

    Monopolyy because it lasts for hours and is for the whole family

  41. Samantha walker

    Monopoly, because its always been a family favourite even as a small child

  42. Carly Belsey

    We love playing Monopoly Empire at the moment as it’s easy to understand for my son, he gets a bit stressed when he loses though!

  43. Karen Barrett

    Articulate! So much fun playing, love the different way people try and explain the clue

  44. Michaela Hannah

    I love playing mouse trap just so i can set the trap off!

  45. MichelleD

    I love playing snakes and ladders with my little girl, we have so much fun!

  46. Sheri Darby

    We always enjoy Monopoly

  47. lyla

    We love the really nasty bankers game at the moment

  48. Carly Belsey

    Thank you for the review, this game looks really good fun. We like to play Monopoly Empire at the moment, this is my son’s new favourite

  49. joanne casey

    Monopoly has always been a firm family favourite, it does cause a few arguments sometimes though! I think we are all a little bit competitive and some in my family have a tendancy to cheat!

  50. elaine stokes

    i love playing mouse trap with the kids.. we still have my one from when I was a kid and it never works when its meant to

  51. Jayne Kelsall

    I love playing Jenga with my children, not sure why as I always lose but I love to see there faces when all the blocks down .x

  52. I love to play monopoly with the older grandchildren, but with the younger one med plunk

  53. samantha price

    i love scrable but no one ever wants to play it with me

  54. Deborah Mackenzie

    Card games, either by myself or with others

  55. David Crabb

    We have regular family games nights where we play from a selection but really love scrabble

  56. sandy ralph

    i love playing the card game Cards against humanity because its hilarious and different each time you play and you can have as many players as you like too

  57. Beverley Sharp

    Twister gets everyone up and is a good laugh.

  58. donna l jones

    we love playing junior scrabble

  59. Allan Fullarton

    Love playing the The Logo Boardgame, great family fun!

  60. Crystal Williams

    Monopoly is my fave since a child, love the challenge 🙂

  61. alison clark

    Operation , because the look of concentration on my nieces face is fab !

  62. Miss Tracy Hanson

    We have a board game called Pay Day which I used to play with my niece and nephew and now playing it with my GREAT-NIECE and GREAT-NEPHEW, it’s quite simple and easy to learn so we usually have a best of 3 (or 5 depending on how many are playing). Great fun. I think it’s one of those, that children of a reasonable age will pick up quickly.

  63. Katie leavy

    4 year old nephew and 10 year old niece would love this especially when we can all play together hard to do that with kids of different ages these days. Looks a fun game beats Kerby tag and mousetrap I grew up on

  64. My three kids used to love guess who but the game broke so it’s been hangman as all we need is a pen and paper and it really helps with their reading spelling and counting

  65. Hayley Colburn

    I enjoy monopoly, I get to feel rich for a change 😀

  66. Bella was very excited to play this game because as soon as she saw the fun drawing of the speedy bin on the front of the box she was desperate to play.

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