top of page

Event Planning

Public·24 members

Where To Buy Lego ^NEW^

The fees on this page are for teams in the U.S. and Canada. Fees outside the U.S. and Canada are set by our regional partners and may vary. If you are from outside the U.S. and Canada, please visit our Global Website to connect with your regional partner.

where to buy lego

3. Once you are already a solid customer you can eventually have an offer where you can buy the bricks and small pieces in bulk. This is a great way to add up to your collection by spending lesser than usual.

Through this, you can have a better offer in quantities than buying it through the little character or the special vehicle sets that usually comes at larger prices. Moreover, this can also come with a huge amount of non-specialty pieces where you can pour the creativity within you. You can even get an additional Lego idea book that will help you turn those Lego ideas into reality!

Aside from looking for a partner Lego shop, another tip where you can buy cheap Legos is through local yard sales. We know that it does not always happen every day. So, a major tip that we can give you is to have your eyes open for this kind of rare opportunity.

SOAKING: if pieces are very dirty, you can first soak them in the soapy solution overnight (or even longer) to loosen up the dirt and grime stuck to them. Then, later use an old toothbrush to gently clean the little nooks between the studs, and crevices on the bottom where dirt can still hide.

Often, LEGO sets are one of the first toys a child plays with when growing up. This brand with its unique building plastic blocks allows children's imaginations to run wild with the creations that they can construct. LEGO sets seem to be everywhere nowadays with video games, movies, board games, and even branded amusement parks. Although there are basic sets you can buy for your children, there are special themed playsets that your child will garner hours upon hours of imaginative fun from. With our everyday low prices, we are the best place for when the time comes to buy a new LEGO set for your child or someone you know.

There are also 23 Legoland Discovery Centers, where kids can come and play with LEGO. There are 13 in the United States, two in Germany, two in Japan and one each in Turkey, China, Canada, the United Kingdom, the Netherlands and Australia. Gardaland Resort in Italy features a Legoland Water Park along with other attractions.

I have heard that some of the European sellers get access to parts in bulk direct from the factory or LEGOLAND parks due to events like Red Letter Days where they get a chance to make a bulk buy at a discount.

Did you know that Light My Bricks has a dedicated Australian and European online store?If you're from Australia or New Zealand, head on over to our Australian store where you can shop in AUD and get local shipping rates.If you're located in the United Kingdom or Europe/EU, head on over to our European store where you can shop in Euro and get local shipping rates.

The hardest thing to get used to is what parts are called. So my suggestion is to find a seller with a large inventory, and just peruse it and figure out where parts of different types are located and what they're called on Bricklink. Alternatively, you can browse to a set you are familiar with and look at the set inventory to learn what Bricklink calls those parts.

Although many common parts sell for 1 or 2 cents each on Bricklink, the more desirable parts and colors are anywhere from 5 cents up to several dollars each - plus shipping. On average, you will pay less per piece with bulk lots from eBay. I have been able to make a small cash profit selling parts from bulk lots and have added about 15,000 pieces to my collection. Not the most efficient method, perhaps, but for cost-effectiveness you can't beat free.

I don't know where you live, but if you live near a Walmart, visit as often as you can starting about 3 weeks before Xmas. Lego sells their huge creative series parts boxes, 1600 pieces, for about $30 US. Mega Blocks also discounts their equivalent by half. The Lego boxes never last 2 days, regardless of how much they have in stock, Walmart sells out. It takes about a week for them to sell out of the Mega Blocks. Last Xmas I only bought 4 of the Lego, this Xmas I'll buy 10. Of course I'm assuming Lego will do it again.

In each official lego store there is a wall with shelves of lego bricks. You can fill a small or large cup there. Now matter how you fill the cup, it's a fixed price per cup. Obviously the selection will be limited, but if you happen to have use for the provided bricks, it's often the most cost-effective way to get bricks.

Do you dream of designing your own LEGO set? Well, with LEGO Ideas, that dream might become a reality. That's because this is an official LEGO website where you can share your creations and ideas. If your design gathers 10,000 supporters, the LEGO team will review it and maybe turn it into an official set.

Annual Pass discount benefit Terms and Conditions:Current LEGOLAND Discovery Centre Melbourne Annual Pass and Merlin Annual Pass Australia and New Zealand members can take advantage of their exclusive benefit! Members can take 10% off our range of LEGO products in-store. Excludes orders made online at, Cannot be used in conjunction with other promotions or discounts. There is a 1 month exclusion period for new sets, Annual Pass holders will not receive the discount on new limited and exclusive sets during this period from the set launch date. 041b061a72

bottom of page