Frequent question: How much does it cost to produce a LEGO set?

2 cents + 3.3 Cents = ~5 cents per brick! It might even be a little cheaper assuming they produce in China. There is no official production cost information that I’m aware of. There’s cost related to research, set design, mold making, the actual plastic pellets, packaging, shipping, marketing.

Why is Lego so expensive 2020?

Lego’s are so expensive because their quality, durability, flexibility, support, marketing, and network is unmatched. Further, the number of specialized pieces included in their sets has grown substantially over the years along with the availability of licensed products.

Are Legos expensive to make?

The number of pieces in a LEGO set influences the cost and, therefore, the price you pay. The price of LEGOS has decreased since 40 years ago. In 1985 a LEGO brick cost about 40 cents per brick; today, it averages 10-12 cents per brick.

Who owns LEGO now?

Why are Legos so strong?

The plastic used in Lego – a type of polymer called ‘acrylonitrile butadiene styrene’ (ABS) – is surprisingly strong. In fact, it’s able to withstand compression better than concrete. … ‘Insulated concrete formwork’ (ICF) uses hollow polystyrene blocks that are assembled into walls and then pumped full of concrete.

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