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LEGO Architecture: The Leaning Tower of Pisa Building Set EXPIRED

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Promoted 04-19-2016 by Discombobulated at 02:00 AM View Original Post
Amazon.com also has LEGO Architecture: The Leaning Tower of Pisa Building Set (21015) on sale for $29.99 > now $30.49. Shipping is free with Prime or if you spend $49 or more. Thanks slickgrapes

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Includes 345 LEGO pieces. The Leaning Tower of Pisa has a trademark tilt that has seen it reproduced on postcards and souvenirs all over the world. This LEGO Architecture model makes a distinctive and fascinating addition to any desk, living room or bookshelf - Discombobulated

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Edited April 17, 2016 at 06:13 AM by annie930ny
http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/...0K6/sr=1-4

$5.00 off msrp. Marked as Retired on the Lego website. I don't see this set inflating in price (for you resellers), but this is a good chance to get it at a decent price!
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Building's crooked, I'm not paying $30 for it. LOL
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Quote from slickgrapes View Post :
http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/...0K6/sr=1-4

$5.00 off msrp. Marked as Retired on the Lego website. I don't see this set inflating in price (for you resellers), but this is a good chance to get it at a decent price!
Same price on eBay
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Building's crooked, I'm not paying $30 for it. LOL
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Quote from slickgrapes View Post :
http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/...0K6/sr=1-4

$5.00 off msrp. Marked as Retired on the Lego website. I don't see this set inflating in price (for you resellers), but this is a good chance to get it at a decent price!
Why would it not appreciate after production stops?
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Why would it not appreciate after production stops?
For the same reason yesterday's newspaper doesn't appreciate after production stops. Anyone that wanted one has one. They stopped making them because sales sucked and it wasn't profitable anymore. Economics 101.
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For the same reason yesterday's newspaper doesn't appreciate after production stops. Anyone that wanted one has one. They stopped making them because sales sucked and it wasn't profitable anymore. Economics 101.
Worst response ever. Lots of items are very valuable now because nobody bought them originally, which equals not many are available now. You can't compare a newspaper with old news to a lego product. Lego retires products all of the time and many of them go for a lot of money.
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Why would it not appreciate after production stops?
I was just talking for reselling purposes. It'll increase in price, just not enough to make a good profit (unless you waited many years)
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Meh.. It might fall!
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I used a few lego bricks on its bottom side to fix this wonderous fiasco.
Need to send picks of fixed product to the Italians.
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I used a few lego bricks on its bottom side to fix this wonderous fiasco.
Need to send picks of fixed product to the Italians.
I'm headed there this afternoon, I can show the officials in person how to fix it!
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Cool deal
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For the same reason yesterday's newspaper doesn't appreciate after production stops. Anyone that wanted one has one. They stopped making them because sales sucked and it wasn't profitable anymore. Economics 101.
I have sold many an item, that was rightfully discontinued, for way more than it was selling for prior to its demise. Economics 101 dictates that when supply ends, even a tepid demand becomes consequential. Some discontinued Lego items become very valuable and others do not. I am just no expert on Lego.
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when people ask me why I don't work or have any retirements savings..

I just laugh..

if they only knew how many retired legos I have in their factor sealed boxes.. not to mention all those brand new beanie babies
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