Is BrickLink owned by Lego?

BrickLink was acquired by the LEGO Group because it is interested in strengthening the connection with the AFOL community and finding new ways of doing this through improvements to existing functions on the platform.

We are extremely excited to announce that BrickLink Limited has entered into a definitive purchase agreement to be acquired by the LEGO Group. As the LEGO Group has announced today through its official press release, the transaction is expected to close by the end of 2019.

It is safe but like any other online marketplace be careful. Check reviews of sellers before making purchases. If there is a problem make sure that you file a claim with PayPal before the deadline. I’ve placed well over 100 orders and have only been screwed once.

Dan Jezek founded BrickLink in 2000 and operated the site for over a decade until his death at the age of 33. He created a profound example of helping a community grow and connect via the web.

Who are Legos owned by?

The Lego Group was founded in 1932 by Ole Kirk Kristiansen and is now owned by grandson Kjeld Kirk Kristiansen. The first Legoland in Billund, Denmark, opened on June 7, 1968, attracting 625,000 visitors in its first season.

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Replicas and Counterfeit Items: All LEGO items must be original and genuine. Replica boxes, photocopies of instructions, or any other counterfeit listings are not permitted. … Non LEGO Items: Certain non LEGO items that are deemed by BrickLink to be part of LEGO fan culture may be listed.

What are LEGO fans called?

LUGNET (short for Lego Users Group Network) is one of the largest online Adult Fan of Lego (AFOL) communities.

General Statements Regarding Fees and Taxes:

Simply becoming a registered user on the Site is free and BrickLink does not charge you any fees for simply being a registered user. Of course, as a Buyer of an item from a Seller, you must pay the Seller for the item you purchase from the Seller.

Studio also makes it easy to turn a finished creation into a wanted list that you can use to order through BrickLink. Studio is completely free to use and runs on both Windows and Mac.

Pay with a debit or credit card by using the Pay with Card link on your Fees page underneath Total Amount Due. Your account will be automatically credited when you submit payment this way. If you don’t want to pay onsite, you can send payment directly to our PayPal account: billing@bricklink.com.

How to Buy Wanted Lists

  1. Step 1 of 4: Choose Wanted Lists & Wanted Items to Buy. In the first step, you can which can specify which Wanted Lists[1] and/or Wanted Items[2] you are interested in buying in the left-hand panel.
  2. Step 2 of 4: Select Stores to Buy From. …
  3. Step 3 of 4: Create Carts. …
  4. Step 4 of 4: Review Carts.
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