I also keep trying to gut my wanted list, but that usually means I buy more stuff that's on it. Not the way to go I presume? :o
Let's imagine I had the chance to buy the following Harry Potter sets (all with boxes in moderate but flattened condition and instructions):#4841 Hogwarts Express (no blue car, no figs)#4840 The Burrow (no figs)#4866 The Knight Bus (no figs)#4736 Freeing Dobby (complete) #4867 Hogwarts (no figs)#4842 Hogwarts Castle (no figs)What would be the crazy, can't walk away, have to buy, price? Honestly, I'd be looking to resell at some point and would hope for a return on investment (though I recognize that is a dying hope more and more). I don't have a Bricklink store, so would like try to sell here or on some local sell site or app which would demand a lower price than BL to make it worth while. Any thoughts would be appreciated. I'm just torn!
A nice (and expensive) haul today from Lego Shop in Milton Keynes:I got the #5005205 VIP Keychain with the help of a friend! :)
I just opened a new Ninjago Movie display case (£29.99 from Amazon) not listed in brickset yet! Very happy since it uses 6 real lego 8x16 plates, and is easily large enough to display 20 minifigs! :)Constrast this to the Batman Movie #5005209 Minifigure Display Case which only holds 16!
@blogzilly I agree. I've seen a lot of people prefer the old one but I think the new one is a lot better. Personal preference, I suppose.
From Amazon Warehouse.#70627 Dragon's Forge for £44.55. that is over 40% off. it said "Condition: Used - Like New -
All purchases eligible for Amazon customer service and a 30-day return policy." so i hoping it just a returned item. as it don't say about why it's in the warehouse.also if anyone is interested Amazon have the #70627 Dragon's Forge for £46.89 on a Price match with John Lewis. that is 37% off.
Shame on Amazon though for leaking private info of customers.
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