LEGO includes the VAT in the listed price in countries where it is collected. This means the listed retail price is higher than the actual base price of the set.
Why is LEGO more expensive in Europe?
Prices on the eternally popular brick-building range will increase by five per cent in January. The Danish toy company has confirmed this is due to currency fluctuations caused by the UK’s vote to leave the European Union.
What’s the most expensive LEGO set in the world?
The 7 Most Expensive Lego Sets in the World
- Diagon Alley #75978 – $399.99. …
- Hogwarts Castle #71043 – $399.99. …
- Liebherr R 9800 Excavator #42100 – $449.99. …
- Death Star (Ultimate Collector’s Series) #75159 – $499.99. …
- Colosseum #10276 – $549.99. …
- Imperial Star Destroyer (Ultimate Collector Series) #75252 – $699.99.
What is the largest LEGO set in size?
Biggest Lego sets: Lego Star Wars Imperial Star Destroyer
At around 4,700 pieces, this might have fewer bricks than a lot of the other options here, but in terms it being the ‘biggest’ Lego set, it’s unmatched. When built, this beast is a colossal 110cm (43 inches) long, 66cm (26 inches) wide and 44cm (17 inches) tall.
What country uses the most LEGO?
Denmark is the birthplace of LEGO. So, while most living costs in Denmark are high compared to the rest of the world LEGO remains mostly affordable (yes, LEGO is a living cost). Reasonable prices and no surprises across the sets in our study make Denmark the cheapest place in Europe to get your bricks.
Why is LEGO expensive in Australia?
LEGO Australia sold almost 7 million sets in 2011; and every one cost more to buy here than elsewhere in the world. … Furthermore, the US market is by far the most price competitive in the world. These factors combined mean that we have for years priced our products higher in eg Europe than the US.