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  • BastyBasty LondonMember Posts: 270
    Basty said:
    Came across the Lego dots collection today so bought 2 packs of the small pieces 
    Where did you find these? I didn't realise they were out yet. I have a feeling my little girl will be very interested…!
    I found them in a shop called Toy Barnhaus 
  • BastyBasty LondonMember Posts: 270
    Picked up these sets from Legoland Windsor. Was surprised to see the 2 GWP sets for sale but since I missed out on them seemed like a good idea to get. Pizza van mainly because I wanted a second one but since it’s retired everywhere has jacked up the price so happy to find it at the normal RRP. 


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  • andrelegoandrelego PortugalMember Posts: 10
    edited February 18
    LEGO AGENTS 8969 River Heist: https://brickset.com/sets/8968-1/River-Heist
    Resultado de imagem para lego agents 8968
    KungFuKennyKLOKRIECHER
  • RecceRecce Tiny Little Red DotMember Posts: 915
    AndyPol said:
    Building nothing at the moment.....wife having a bit of an issue with LEGO in nearly every room in the house!  :(
    I'm in reverse-buying mode, i.e. just sold my MISB 10188 Death Star. And also sold off some chogokin robot toys in past few weeks (someone paid US$1.85K for my vintage Godaikin Voltes V with C9 box).

    Like you, wife complaining about lack of space at home so have started clearing my toys. :(
  • flightriskflightrisk USAMember Posts: 61
    I’ve only purchased the new Brickheadz and a couple small sets so far this year.   I’m mostly “reverse buying” also.  
    Selling off the collections is proving difficult.  After putting the effort into deciding which sets can be sold, taking pictures, etc etc... 9 times out of 10, I change my mind and can’t sell.  The only saving grace is that LEGO isn’t churning out as many ‘must have’ sets as they did last year.  So at least the collection isn’t growing more and more out of control.  But the year is still early...
    Bumblepants
  • mustang69mustang69 North CarolinaMember Posts: 447
    edited February 19
    Hopefully I wont get roasted for this but I bought some off brand white baseplates and just got them yesterday. What I like about these is that they are the same size as traditional baseplates but they are the thickness of a regular plate which means they have anti-studs on the bottom for connecting if needed. This way they will line up nicely with the winter village sets. Only got a single pack of 4 but will definitely be buying more.
    Switchfoot55KungFuKenny
  • Switchfoot55Switchfoot55 The Northwest, USAMember Posts: 1,754
    @mustang69, which ones?
    mustang69
  • mustang69mustang69 North CarolinaMember Posts: 447
    @Switchfoot55 Here is the amazon link, the brand is Brickyard Build Blocks. The price at the moment is $19.95 but it looks like they arent shipping again til 3/10

    https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01B6XXDI0/ref=ox_sc_saved_title_2?smid=AT4EEBAGS93LR&psc=1


    KungFuKenny
  • panchox1panchox1 ColoradoMember Posts: 267
    I'm not sure if that was the brand I bought or if the plates were from Strictly Briks. I really liked the thicker plates but found that some of my assemblies had a hard time attaching to the after market plates. Like they are just slightly off. I'd like to know how these work out for you.  
  • RecceRecce Tiny Little Red DotMember Posts: 915
    edited February 21
    Some reviews mentioned that it can't hold bricks that are of bigger size, e.g. 3 studs or bigger. 
  • datsunrobbiedatsunrobbie West Haven , CTMember Posts: 1,529
    Bought the Goofy, Pluto and Donald Brickheadz and the Lunar Lander direct from Lego on Wednesday, and they were delivered today, no problems with the website or the shipping. Looking forward to a weekend of building!
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  • ModeltrainmanModeltrainman In the Disney Infinity Toybox, Windows, or digging through LEGO parts in the USA.Member Posts: 406
  • BastyBasty LondonMember Posts: 270
    Gave in and finally bought the Lego Brick Bank off eBay. Price just seems to be going up and up :( 
    SumoLegoPyrobugKungFuKenny
  • KungFuKennyKungFuKenny Deep in the Heart of TexasMember Posts: 852
    The Trains 40th Anniversary promo just went live so I pulled the trigger on #80105 (the Chinese New Year Temple Fair)...

    gmonkey76
  • PJ76ukPJ76uk Derby, UKMember Posts: 496
    Put in an order for #10271 Fiat 500 on [email protected] along with a couple of Marvel sets to bump up the price so that I'd get #40370 40 Years of LEGO Trains and #30556 DOTS Mini Frame free for my trouble!
    KungFuKenny
  • Speedman29Speedman29 UKMember Posts: 1,453
    Bought this lot today!
    Well got bought it for my birthday.
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  • KungFuKennyKungFuKenny Deep in the Heart of TexasMember Posts: 852
    edited March 1
    Decided I wanted a spare “40 Years” train promo so I sprung for #10266 at the local store today...

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  • ModeltrainmanModeltrainman In the Disney Infinity Toybox, Windows, or digging through LEGO parts in the USA.Member Posts: 406
    I bought a couple of Disney sets, the Mini Xerion, and some extra DOTS bags yesterday, to get the train. 
    KungFuKenny
  • daewoodaewoo TexasMember Posts: 388
    Not yet.  The new one comes with two smaller trees and brown fences.  I like the older one better and have been buying them out whenever I find them.  That latest was through the Lego website.  I might do another 50 in a week or two.
  • panchox1panchox1 ColoradoMember Posts: 267
    just ordered #60197 to get the GWP steam engine. Hope to be able to get a couple more from the Lego Store when I'm there during the last weekend of the promotion. Didn't want to chance it, so I went ahead and ordered one.
    KungFuKenny
  • eMJeeNLeMJeeNL The NetherlandsMember Posts: 487
    The Utrecht LegoStore keeps my wallet empty... Got myself one (1!) tub of PaB, mostly consisting of tan 1x1 plates, tan 1x2 bricks, dark tan 1x2 bricks, dark orange 1x2 tiles, lbg 1x4 plates, dbg 2x2 bricks, white steering wheels and a couple of brooms.
    Thanks to Thomas and Sam for the great help and talks :)
    PyrobugKungFuKenny
  • bpk2300bpk2300 Florida Member Posts: 100
    Hitting the Disney Springs Lego Store tomorrow. Planning on finally buying the Harry Potter Clock Tower #75948-1 and the Speed Champions Audi Quattro S1 #76897-1. This will nab me the GWP Train. 
    panchox1
  • monkeyhangermonkeyhanger Member Posts: 2,891
    edited March 8
    After raiding my potential resale stash for Petshop and Parisian Restaurant, me and my 2 girls have been bitten hard by the modular bug. With the train promo as a freebie, a visit to the Metrocentre Lego store today prompted a modular purchase.

    Couldn't decide between book shop and Diner. I prefer the book shop, but would like to end up with both.

    An employee said that the 50s themed Diner and Garage have been slow sellers, so there's a chance they could be in the next sale (unlikely - TLG slap a "retiring soon" tag on and they sell like hot cakes).

    So I bought the book shop. Got the train and dots frame as a freebie. A few monthly builds were handed out for the kids. PAB wall looked very empty. Apparently one of the supplying warehouses has been closed.

    The modulars seem to hold up to play by our 5 year old.


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  • leo3344leo3344 JapanMember Posts: 17
    I usually buy on Amazon Australia. Their prices are usually the lowest in the world. So far I don't see anywhere else cheaper than that of Amazon Australia. But they only sell the newest sets.
  • Gibbo1959Gibbo1959 Northumbria UKMember Posts: 307
    Had a spare hour or so in Birmingham before train home so quick trip to the Bullring LEGO store. Very quiet, I was only customer for a while. Not much I actually wanted so just got the Easter bunny box thing and built some minifigures who all like teddy bears. Got home and my eBayed ‘midifigs’ had arrived - had one of the other versions of the girl figure in my collection so thought she needed some company.

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  • chrisalddinchrisalddin UKMember Posts: 2,872
    on order from amazon.
    #21046 Empire State Building. £63.00 .
    think that is the best price i am going to find that for.

    KungFuKennybrumey
  • sid3windrsid3windr BelgiumMember Posts: 1,441
    leo3344 said:
    I usually buy on Amazon Australia. Their prices are usually the lowest in the world. So far I don't see anywhere else cheaper than that of Amazon Australia. But they only sell the newest sets.

    That is a very.. special observation, when I usually read only complaints from AU people that they're massively overpaying? :O
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  • SnizzlebuttsSnizzlebutts MelbourneMember Posts: 45
    sid3windr said:
    leo3344 said:
    I usually buy on Amazon Australia. Their prices are usually the lowest in the world. So far I don't see anywhere else cheaper than that of Amazon Australia. But they only sell the newest sets.

    That is a very.. special observation, when I usually read only complaints from AU people that they're massively overpaying? :O
    I’ve never felt like we’re overpaying. But as for the above comment, maybe the exchange rate makes them cheaper for those located in Japan.
  • brumeybrumey AustriaMember Posts: 998
    i just came back from a longer hiatus...

    buying:
    pirates of barracuda bay
    bookshop
    diner
    corner garage

    and the creator burger monster truck (as i m keen on the minifig)

    sold nearly everything last christmas (lego room space issues)
    Pyrobug
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