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One of the best ways to support your favorite toy company is to shop directly at LEGO’s retail stores and online shop. LEGO rewards you for your loyalty with a great selection, excellent customer service, regular sales, and the LEGO VIP program to earn points for future purchases. :)

You can visit the official LEGO Shop’s Homepage, or click on the image-links below to take you directly to the appropriate page at the online LEGO shop:

Happy LEGO huntin’ and let us know when you find some great deals! :D

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Leanne Weaver April 12, 2014 at 9:19 AM

Hi,
I live in Australia and find all this great Lego Friends things. Lego.com and Amazon don’t ship to Australia. Where can I purchase from that will ship to Oz. Regards L

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admin April 12, 2014 at 11:25 AM

Leanne, LEGO has a dedicated online shop for Australia. When you go to the Online LEGO Shop website, in the top right corner you can choose your country. Australia is the very first one on the list. Select the LEGO Friends sets you like and check out. I have also heard that Australian LEGO fans often shop at Amazon France, as they ship to Australia and their prices are often better than the official LEGO prices. Hope this helps. ;)

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Adrian November 5, 2014 at 10:00 PM

Hi

I have a question, i want to buy a pirate minifigures to begin a collection, in ebay i saw a set of imperial soldiers, but i dont know if it are lego original, they say that are new lego brand, but y dont see this set in lego.com also i saw a lot off minifigs that also i dont saw in stores, i dont know how this works,

thanks in advance.

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admin November 6, 2014 at 9:42 AM

Adrian, LEGO sets are usually available from one to three years then get retired. And the LEGO brand has been around for decades. So, yes, if you are not familiar with the retired lines, you will see minifigures that are currently not carried directly by LEGO.

I would suggest that you avoid eBay in this regard. These days almost all LEGO minifigure listings on eBay are promoting fake, cheap, Chinese-made counterfeits. They are cheap, but you get what you pay for. The plastic, the mobility, and of course the value is not the same as LEGO’s own products. Also, the print rubs off easily.

If you would like to buy loose minifigures I would suggest that you shop at BrickLink, the Online LEGO Marketplace. It is like eBay in the sense that there are thousands of sellers listing their items from all over the world, but it is a marketplace ONLY for LEGO. You can buy parts, minifigs, instructions booklets, gift items, and everything LEGO every released. Here are the listings for Imperial Soldiers: http://www.bricklink.com/catalogList.asp?q=imperial%20soldier

Also, early next year LEGO is releasing a new Pirate theme, so you may want to check those out as well. Usually new sets and minifigs have he best designs. ;)

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Adrian November 6, 2014 at 5:02 PM

Thanks a lot for you time and information, recently my mom gave me my old lego sets that i enjoy when a was a child and i want to play now with my childrens.

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admin November 6, 2014 at 10:20 PM

Adrian, have fun with your kiddos and your old LEGO! It is a toy that is really timeless! :)

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