11, 13, 14, 15, 17, plus?
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These sites sell MOCs in a similar to BrickLInk's AFOL designer program. I can assure you that the parts are genuine LEGO, as I have a product from each of these sites -- shipping might be a bit much, MocHub is based in Turkey and BuildAMoc is in Spain.
Each time I went there, they still selling LD packs but it's all TTG and PPG packs which are based on the two worst shows in CN. No other character packs like DC Superheroes, Harry Potter, Chase McCain, and other good themes. In my opinion, those two worst CN shows made LEGO Dimensions get cancelled.
Back in time, they had good stuff like from Year 1 such as BTTF, Jurassic World, and Scooby Doo. Now LEGO Dimensions is completely ruined by TTG.
I think Lego should re-release old products, old sets that were really popular. Because once they are discontinued they are hard to find and they are much more expensive.
a long time ago, i tried to get all The Lego Movie products, but i live in Brazil, all products solded out. i need some help to get.
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As many of you are probably aware, the LEGO Jurassic World theme sets were sold out the week they were released (and possibly even sooner). With these being officially licensed sets, they were already slightly overpriced from LEGO (as is the case with the Marvel sets). However, I can't say that I've ever seen prices this high on LEGO sets on the secondary market so soon after their release. Older themes like POTC go for crazy prices now, but that's because they are older and more valued. With the Jurassic World sets, it seems as though scalpers immediately knew they were a gold mine.
While it comes to me as no surprise that scalpers will charge ridiculous prices on these sets, what's more surprising is that people will actually pay these prices. While the Indominus Rex Breakout set generally goes for about $200 on the secondary market, the image below may surprise you. Not the price, but the amount that has been sold for that price...
Now why pay the price of a house for this set when these people could just as easily buy one from hundreds of $200 buy-it-now listings? The sets themselves are by no means this rare, but finding them for a decent price IS. The image above has not been edited in any way other than blurring out the seller's ID and the location, but is truly unbelievable. BTW: the listing was up back in August, but I have not seen it on eBay since.
http://shop.lego.com/en-US/Gold-Getaway-70401 Even though the theme was retired last year, this set is still for sale I guess. So if you missed while Castle was still out, here's your chance to get something from it!