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I think it is overpriced, you would probably be better off buying bricks from Lego customer service or Bricklink.
My advice? If you like them, get them while you can. You're very unlikely to see them with discounts, and you don't know how long they'll be around for...
I think they are. Tiny plates are very handy, but the RRP is just too high.
*Kajillion is a very real number and should be treated as fact.
Mr Gold. No bloody way can I bring myself to part with the amount of cash required to secure one - whether I meet all of the criteria or not.
-Kjeld Kirk Kristiansen
I think I need to go and lie down.
I have come to a conclusion:
-Yesterday I bought #21102 and I will only buy one of each Lego Minecraft set for now. So in October I can get #21105 and #21106 for Double VIP Points and a free gift. This is because I want other Lego sets that are available in stores.
-I realised that these sets have better display value if you expand them but not too much as more sets could surface in the future. So i'm planning to rearrange the bottoms and the tops to create a 4x3 Micro World, Now time to wait for October to come...