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No. 3 - Please TLG, never re-release discontinued sets.
No. 4 - TLG to supply Amazon and other UK retailers with 10*** numbered sets.
6.. please produce a UCS subseries of lotr, with a £2-300 set in 2012
I do understand that exchange rates and taxes explains some of the price differences, but just a small part of them. Before the internet age, it probably worked just fine to price a set $50 in the US and $100 in the rest of the world. But today?
9. Continue to produce licensed sets for SpongeBob, DC, Marvel and LOTR since I have no interest in any of them and would like my wallet to receive some much-needed rest. I'm sure it would make fans of these lines happy too but I don't really give a crap about that; I just want a break. :-P
.. Otherwise I'd wish to have equal US-CAN Lego prices.
Oh, and making MBA available in the UK would save @rocao lots of hassle !
11. Free shipping from LEGO [email protected] as standard, for purchases over £50 if they really can't do it routinely for all purchases.
@drdavewatford Agree on 11. Amazon UK/DE/FR charge me nothing when I buy > €25 (Amazon FR even > €15!) and their shipments include a tracking number. LEGO charges me money even if I order > €100 and they don't include a tracking number, so I'll have to guess on which day to stay home to receive the delivery.
13. Don't make sets on the basis of bunging in a load of minifigures.