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Hi all in the Swiss Lego store, there seems to be a really odd price occurring. I noticed this with the luggage tags. 5005582 hot dog guy luggage tag. CHF 9.90. 5005580 banana guy luggage tag. CHF 79.00. for those of you in euros, that’s about 8.50 for one and 69.00 for the other. USD is about the same as CHF. GBP is 7.99 for one and 65.00 for the other. Odd no?
Has anyone got information about how the Bricks and Pieces system works regarding prices? Do they lower/increase parts over time? How long does it take for an 'out of stock' piece to be replenished? How long is it before new pieces become available via BaP? Apologies for all the questions in advance. You don't have to answer them all in one post, I am just very curious.
Leonardo da Bricki posted a topic in LEGO Technic, Mindstorms, Model Team and Scale ModelingI am a student, so my annual Lego budget is around $300. Since many of the instructions I want cost between $10 and $20 U.S. dollars, I cannot currently afford to buy them and the needed parts. Because many of those who sell instructions are Eurobricks members (Blakbird, Lucio Switch, etc.), I have posted here to ask if they might consider selling a certain number of instructions, (500, 1000, 2000, etc.), then making them available for free. I understand that you put a huge amount of effort into your models and instructions, and it costs time and money to create them, and I greatly appreciate that. But please consider what I have said, I am sure that I am not alone in this. -Leonardo da Bricki
Hello there ! Many of you have noticed that they are 2 prices for the LEGO sets: the "US" prices and the "rest of the world" prices. We are a lot, here, in Europe, to think that it not normal to pay for exemple 419 euros in Europe for the set 10188 when in the USA the price is 341 euros, including taxes so it means that there's a difference of 80 euros ! It also means that for the same amount in the US, we could have 2 or 3 sets instead of just 1 everywhere else in the world. I don't say that it's not fair, because prices in the US are already high, it's expensive for what we got (I know, quality, competition, etc...) but personally, I'd prefer to pay 400 euros for 2 sets like in the USA than to pay 350 euros only for 1 set. TLC has always been close to its customers and very kind with them so I'm sure that if we had a lot of signatures on this petition, they could reconsider their prices for their prices. http://www.avaaz.org...e/?fEIYKeb&pv=3 Thank you for having read my topic and I wish you a nice day.