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Useful Resources for LEGO Fans

Tips and resources for serious LEGO fans! If you would like to share something that you feel would be valuable for our readers submit here! :)

The best LEGO podcasts for LEGO fans

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When building a new LEGO set (especially large ones), or when sorting LEGO, most LEGO fans like listening to something. Of course you can put on some music, but even better is listening to a LEGO podcast. There are actually very few dedicated LEGO podcasts around, but there are couple of them that are really […]

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Selling LEGO – what does it mean for taxes?

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(Written by William) Recently, I’ve embarked on a new avenue of the LEGO hobby that I was, at first, intimidated by; selling LEGO. Selling LEGO sets and elements for a profit can be a risky proposition for those who don’t know the ins and outs of the hobby. After all, not every LEGO set is […]

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How much is your LEGO collection worth?

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(Written by William) As your LEGO collection grows at some point it becomes hard to ignore the fact that all those LEGO sets and pieces have quite a bit of worth. After all, there are brick and mortar stores who’s entire operation is based on buying and selling LEGO sets and parts. With online resources […]

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LEGO LUGBULK – the best way to build big

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(Written by William) A few years ago I talked about a few programs LEGO offered that not all LEGO fans were aware of (see links at the end of this post). Some of these programs have been discontinued like the LUG Showcase while others have been augmented like LUGBULK. Recently I received a request that […]

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Renting LEGO sets through Pley.com – review

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Recently I was invited by the company called Pley to review their LEGO rental service. I have heard about Pley.com before (formally known as Pleygo), and read reviews on the service with interest. Pley basically works like Netflix, except instead of renting movies for a monthly subscription fee, you rent LEGO sets. So let’s take […]

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Light up your LEGO models with BrickStuff

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Adding lights to your LEGO creations is one of the most satisfying ways to bring them to life. Whether it be a police-car with flashing lights, a fireplace with flickering flames, or a LEGO City with warmly glowing streetlights, lit up LEGO models really stand out and get the attention of even non-LEGO fans. There […]

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Price My Toys app – price your LEGO & more!

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If you want to get rid of your old toys – be that action figures, dolls, die-cast vehicles, puzzles, constructions toys and yeah, even LEGO – you can of course give them away to family, friends or a charity, sell them yourself, or take advantage of the services of a company like Brian’s Toys. We […]

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Custom LEGO Minecraft baseplates & more!

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While I was recently browsing BrickLink.com, I found a very interesting product that I thought to share with you. As you probably know already, BrickLink is the Unofficial Online LEGO Marketplace where you can find everything LEGO ever produced; be that LEGO elements, instructions, minifigs, original boxes, gift items and more. Many people don’t know […]

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