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Online LEGO Pick-A-Brick Reopens for 2024

As you may have noticed the Prick-A-Brick Standard section of the Online LEGO Shop was closed during the holidays. The closure was intended to allow LEGO’s Billund, Denmark warehouse to focus on the busy holiday season and prioritize requests for replacement pieces (lost/missing).

This is something that LEGO has been doing in the past few years, and it seems like it’s working well for them. However, this also means that LEGO fans aren’t able to order special parts during the holiday season. This is especially good to be aware of if you plan to work on custom projects at the end of a year/beginning of a new year.

However, the Pick-A-Brick Bestsellers option does remain open during the holiday season as orders from here are processed out of local distribution centers. And Pick-A-Brick Standard usually reopens by mid-January. This year is no exception, in fact, it reopened a bit early, and the team behind it continues to reintroduce elements until the end of the month.

Just to be clear, Pick-A-Brick Bestsellers orders are those that can be processed more quickly. (The pieces are highlighted in yellow at the Pick-A-Brick section of the Online LEGO Shop.) Orders are shipped from local warehouses (in the case of the U.S., from Illinois), and it is usually shipped within 5 business days. There is a $3.50 service fee for orders under $14. Pick-A Brick Standard pieces are shipped straight from the home of the brick in Billund, Denmark, and it takes up to 25 business days for orders to arrive. There is a $7.00 service fee for orders under $14. Orders from the two sections are processed separately.

LEGO Pick-A-Brick is a great way to get replacement parts, extra parts, and specialty elements in bulk. You can browse the full section at the Pick-A-Brick section of the Online LEGO Shop.

If you have any questions about LEGO Pick-A-Brick, feel free ask in the comment section below.

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  • Master Builder January 15, 2024, 12:36 PM

    Oh, great. I was wondering what was going on.

  • Oldtimer January 15, 2024, 3:44 PM

    What happens when you place an order from both categories at the same time? Are they shipped separately?

    • Feliz234 January 15, 2024, 10:45 PM

      They say they ship those separately.

      • Håkan January 16, 2024, 4:58 PM

        I have deliberately avoided mixing the types of parts in the same order, as it seemed to mix up things and possibly cause me to lose some discounts…

  • Amber January 16, 2024, 9:07 AM

    We had no idea we could do This! OMG, a game changer! We have a number of missing pieces and we want extra pieces too. Amazing!

    • Håkan January 17, 2024, 10:09 AM

      As an alternative options, there are services such as BrickLink and BrickOwl. (BrickLink is currently an independently run affiliate to Lego, BrickOwl is independent.)

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