Because you can always use more bricks

By Mir
January 25, 2013

So your kid begged and begged for a particular LEGO set, and you delivered, and that was exciting for a while. But now the whatever-it-was has been disassembled, and the kid is complaining that there aren’t enough pieces to build something else.

I like to buy the sets because the prices fluctuate and that’s how you get deals; the boxes of bricks usually just stay at the same price. But today, you can snag the 704-piece Bricks & More box at Amazon for just under $35—its lowest price ever, there. Considering that it includes a base plate and a couple of minifigs (and how expensive those items usually are on their own), you’ve practically paid for it right there… the other bricks are just gravy.


  1. Drats! Back up to over $50 already. 🙁

  2. Wow, bummer. The deal must have only been live an hour or less. Boo.

  3. Darn. MIssed it.

  4. I just snagged it for $34.97. Might be worth looking again! (Thank you!)

  5. Whoo-hoo! It’s $34.97 again, and that’s another Christmas present down! ;~)

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