LEGO NINJAGO         LEGO CHIMA         LEGO STAR WARS         LEGO LORD OF THE RINGS         LEGO SUPER HEROES         LEGO FRIENDS         LEGO MOSAICS         LEGO MINIFIGS         LEGO BOOKS

LEGO Shopping Tips

Become a savvy LEGO shopper in both the online & offline world! Do you have your own LEGO shopping tips? Share them here! 😀

Selling LEGO on BrickLink – avoiding mistakes

Thumbnail image for Selling LEGO on BrickLink – avoiding mistakes

(Written by William) As I have mentioned in some of my previous articles (see links at the end of this post), I sell LEGO fairly regularly on BrickLink.com to support my hobby. While originally I only sold sets, recently I started adding individual pieces to my store as well. Selling LEGO sets is fairly easy, […]

Read the full article →

Starting out to sell LEGO on BrickLink

Thumbnail image for Starting out to sell LEGO on BrickLink

(Written by William) For the longest time I have been considering opening a little BrickLink shop to help fund my LEGO hobby. (As you probably know already, BrickLink is the largest online LEGO marketplace with buyers and sellers from all over the world.) I finally decided to take the plunge, and after a bit of […]

Read the full article →

How to assemble & build retired LEGO sets

Thumbnail image for How to assemble & build retired LEGO sets

(Written by William) Let’s face it, LEGO makes a lot of sets, and LEGO is expensive. LEGO also retires sets after a period of time. All of this means that we may not be able to afford everything we want when available, and by the time we are ready to buy, the set of our […]

Read the full article →

Some tips on parting out & selling LEGO sets

Thumbnail image for Some tips on parting out & selling LEGO sets

(Written by Skyward) I was strolling through my local department store and saw two #70803 The LEGO Movie Cloud Cuckoo Palace sets. Aware that this set was becoming hard to find, I decided to purchase them for resale. Knowing that buying LEGO sets for the purpose of reselling (either as a sealed set or by parting […]

Read the full article →

Brick Classifieds – online LEGO marketplace

Thumbnail image for Brick Classifieds – online LEGO marketplace

If you have been a long-time reader here, you may remember that a few years back we talked about a really helpful LEGO website and community called BrickPicker.com. You can read the article here: LEGO Investment Guide for Sellers & Collectors. BrickPicker is all about watching the price trends of LEGO sets on eBay with […]

Read the full article →

What’s at the LEGO Pick-A-Brick Wall?

Thumbnail image for What’s at the LEGO Pick-A-Brick Wall?

Official LEGO stores have this awesome feature called the Pick-A-Brick Wall, also referred to as PAB-Wall. It is a section of the LEGO store where you can buy loose LEGO elements by the cup from clear plastic bins arranged on an entire wall of the store – a LEGO fan’s dream! One challenge is knowing […]

Read the full article →

LEGO investment guide for sellers & collectors

Thumbnail image for LEGO investment guide for sellers & collectors

In the past few years investing in LEGO has become a trend and hot topic amongst LEGO fans. Previously people bought LEGO for their children or their own enjoyment, and only considered selling their collection when they wanted to move on from the hobby or had to sell their collection due to financial or other issues. However […]

Read the full article →

LEGO shopping: the myth of Toys’R’Us deals

Thumbnail image for LEGO shopping: the myth of Toys’R’Us deals

If you have been involved in the LEGO hobby for some time you are well aware of how important it is to have a LEGO shopping strategy. LEGO is not cheap, and both the LEGO Company as well as retailers are taking advantage of the popularity of the brand by keeping prices as high as […]

Read the full article →