LEGO bricks are pretty hard to damage and very easy to clean so buying used is a great way to save some money on these little guys! You could hit up garage sales, thrift stores, EBAY or Facebook group sites and find some really great deals. I once found a $200 Star Wars set still new in the box at a thrift store for like $5! Seriously??!! You have lots of friends and/or family with kiddos too, right? You can also simply just ask around to them and share the LEGO love! Odds are there is someone you know who is ready to part with some or all of their bricks! Another fun idea I have heard of is to have a LEGO party where you trade or buy for lots less than you would at a retail store!
Become a VIP
Yep that’s right! LEGO has their own VIP’s and it’s easy to sign up! Just go to their site, sign up and you will be able to take advantage of special shopping days at the LEGO store and get FREE LEGO samples and FREE LEGO brick deals during special events. Easy Peasy and who doesn’t like free? Your kid will love a trip to the LEGO store and you won’t mind because he/she will be able to take home something and build there for FREE. We have a LEGO store near us so make sure you check their site for locations near you!
Check out the Deal
These days there are so many sites where you can find great deals on almost anything and LEGO bricks and LEGO brick deals are no exception! Great sites like MojoSavings.com offer deals on LEGO toys and bricks all the time, searching the web for the best of the best, so you don’t have to! That sure helps me since I am so busy and sometimes don’t have the time or the energy to go searching all over the web! What about LEGO Advent Calendars that have become popular over the years? No problem, score the best deals on the 2018 LEGO Advent Calendars by checking MoJo Savings website first and take advantage of clearance items and deals left over from Christmas! What is better than LEGO bricks? Discounted LEGO bricks!
Buy in Bulk
You do it with your Toilet paper and paper towels so why not your bricks? EBAY is great for this and also your local Lego store. On EBAY many people sell sets or random pieces by weight and you can get some great deals. The Pick-a-Brick wall at the LEGO store offers a variety of sizes, shapes, and colors of bricks at bulk pricing. You can buy a large cupful for about $16 just make sure you pack your cup the right way to maximize on the savings and amount you are buying!
Happy Building y’all!