If you’re deciding what to do with LEGO® bricks when you don’t want to play with them anymore, we recommend passing them on to someone else or donating them to a local charity shop. Bricks that don’t meet our high standards after being molded aren’t just thrown away. We can sometimes grind them down to make new pieces.
Where can I get rid of old LEGOs?
To participate, take any loose Lego bricks, sets, or accessories you no longer want, put them into a cardboard box, and visit Lego.com/Replay to print out a free UPS shipping label. The package will be sent to the Give Back Box facility, where your toy donation will be sorted, inspected and cleaned.
Can you sell LEGO by weight?
Can I sell it by weight? Yes, you can! No boxes required, no messing – it’s a quick and easy process when you choose to sell Lego per kg. The more you have, the more money you’ll receive!
Where is the best place to sell used LEGOs?
Best places to sell LEGO
- Looking to Sell LEGOs?
- Auction sites.
- Local Yard Sales.
- Facebook Yard Sale Groups.
- Local Classifieds.
- Bricks and Minifigs.
- Thrift stores.
What’s the rarest LEGO piece?
The Most Valuable LEGO Sets and Minifigures Ever Released
- #71001 LEGO Minifigures Series 10, “Mr. …
- #1650 + #1651 LEGO Maersk Line Container Ship + Container Truck. …
- #10196 LEGO Grand Carousel. …
- #3450 LEGO Statue of Liberty. …
- #10018 LEGO Darth Maul. …
- #6081 LEGO King’s Mountain Fortress. …
- #4051 LEGO NesQuik Bunny.
Are old Legos safe?
4 Answers. No, you should not be concerned about lead. LEGO has always used lead-free colors in their elements, even back in the beginning. However, not all LEGO-compatible bricks are lead free.