Music Magpie now buys LEGO!

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Found 9th Jul 2017
If you have boxes, drawers or cupboards full of LEGO® bricks you don’t use anymore, we’re here to help with a fast, easy and FREE way to sell LEGO®!

0.5kg = £2.50
10kg = £50

Not sure how this compares to selling LEGO elsewhere but seems like a quick and easy way of making some extra cash!

musicmagpie.co.uk/sel…go/
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prices are not great, Ive got a big box of lego duplo to get rid of if anyone knows where I can get a decent price?
who the hell has 10kg of legos?

better off selling it on a Facebook groups, people are always after the stuff for their kids.

even on ebay 1kg tends to go for around £20+, so maybe £14 or so after fees and postage etc
Edited by: "eset12345" 9th Jul 2017
eset123451 h, 33 m ago

who the hell has 10kg of legos?better off selling it on a Facebook groups, …who the hell has 10kg of legos?better off selling it on a Facebook groups, people are always after the stuff for their kids.even on ebay 1kg tends to go for around £20+, so maybe £14 or so after fees and postage etc


When our two lads decided they had grown out of lego we weighed it and there was around 22kg in total, sold it via schpock in two batches for £190ish in total. Sold straight away within the hour.
I took mine to a car boot sale and got surrounded by people - scary! God knows what I sold it for but now wish I had kept hold of it (and all the Playmobil) .... hindsight is a wonderful thing.
That's not a good price for Lego per kg and I bet a few people would be surprised on how much certain sets go for.
Such a bad price, lego is very popular and easy to sell. I found a company who pay £10 per kg and they specialise in lego unlike musicmagpie who are known to exploit people and change their offers. I say avoid them.
Edited by: "Redxrex" 16th Jul 2017
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