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.
How do you dispose of unwanted Legos?
What to Do With Old LEGO
- Donate to Charity. Charities and charity shops are always looking for donations, especially for children’s toys. …
- Give to a Local School. …
- Hand it Down. …
- Don’t Recycle! …
- Sell it On. …
- Sell your LEGO to Zapper.
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.
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.
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!
Can u recycle LEGOs?
Unfortunately, Lego does not accept its products back for recycling. The company does share that its bricks are made with #7 plastic, which is classified as “other” plastic. Many plastic toys fall into this category, and they are all tough to recycle.
Do charity shops sell LEGO?
There are various charity shops around that would love to take your old LEGO bricks off your hands. … If you did have a charity in mind that means a lot to you, now you can do your bit by donating your old LEGO bricks. Some Charity shops in the UK that come to mind are: St Michael’s Hospice.