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the amount of money they are raking in on these stupid sets that cost probably about $1 to produce and $4 to market....
It's quality that many are willing to pay for. No one is forcing you to buy any Lego. It's also a valid side business for many AFOL like myself.

Lepin may be of interest to you.
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Awesome thank you!!

Would you rather they be on video games all day?
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This set looks kind of crappy. The wall pillars look like almost one solid piece? Can anyone comment?
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Same price on Target.com [target.com] if you ain't down with Fleabay (plus 5% off with Redcard).
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Its not a "bad" set for what you get. Have this. A good variety of pieces and a good amount of difficulity for kids.
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it is actually more expensive now then I saw it a month ago
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It's quality that many are willing to pay for. No one is forcing you to buy any Lego. It's also a valid side business for many AFOL like myself.

Lepin may be of interest to you.
not so sure there is so much "quality" built into plastic pieces that warrant nor justify it

no one said i was forced to buy it, i just wish they were more affordable and representative of the actual cost to make them.

no idea what an AFOL is

also no idea what LEPIN in.
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Business has certain needs such as earnings, margins/profits, return on investments, expenses. What they try to do is to maximize their income by balancing price and volume of sales, and obviously they have found their sweet spot. For everyone of you who complain about the price, there maybe 5 or even 10 times the people who would gladly shell out for a set at this price. Hence it's pretty useless for you to whine about the price
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not so sure there is so much "quality" built into plastic pieces that warrant nor justify it

no one said i was forced to buy it, i just wish they were more affordable and representative of the actual cost to make them.

no idea what an AFOL is

also no idea what LEPIN in.
The concept of plastic bricks is simple, execution is not. Super high quality control. It's not easy to make sure all the various pieces fit together WELL, color match, correct amounts get distributed, etc. It is a quality plastic product, albeit still plastic. People want it, and they want it enough to pay high prices for it. I rarely pay retail though, and almost always make money if I resell (Star Wars usually).

AFOL is Adult Fan Of Lego
Lepin is a knock off brand who can't keep up quality wise and it shows
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The concept of plastic bricks is simple, execution is not. Super high quality control. It's not easy to make sure all the various pieces fit together WELL, color match, correct amounts get distributed, etc. It is a quality plastic product, albeit still plastic. People want it, and they want it enough to pay high prices for it. I rarely pay retail though, and almost always make money if I resell (Star Wars usually).

AFOL is Adult Fan Of Lego
Lepin is a knock off brand who can't keep up quality wise and it shows
i cant help but wonder if Legos would still 2x as much if they cut prices so that more kids could afford more sets.

also, AFOL sounds like lego movie. Are you the big boss?
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i cant help but wonder if Legos would still 2x as much if they cut prices so that more kids could afford more sets.

also, AFOL sounds like lego movie. Are you the big boss
More of an Amazon approach where they sell high qty at a lower price to increase sales that way? I wonder that, too. My assumption is because LEGO monopolizes the building toy market, they can charge premium prices (like our cable co., Apple, so on) vs having to compete with Walmarts, jet.com, and other large retail companies like Amazon does.

AFOL is a path that can lead to being President Business! LOL nice reference. It takes a slap in the face sometimes to remember LEGO as a hobby and something to share vs engulfing oneself in the hobby.
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not so sure there is so much "quality" built into plastic pieces that warrant nor justify it

no one said i was forced to buy it, i just wish they were more affordable and representative of the actual cost to make them.

no idea what an AFOL is

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After getting some megablocks I appreciate the value of Lego. The pieces are engineered perfectly to the point where sometimes it's not forgiving of you make a mistake.
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More of an Amazon approach where they sell high qty at a lower price to increase sales that way? I wonder that, too. My assumption is because LEGO monopolizes the building toy market, they can charge premium prices (like our cable co., Apple, so on) vs having to compete with Walmarts, jet.com, and other large retail companies like Amazon does.

AFOL is a path that can lead to being President Business! LOL nice reference. It takes a slap in the face sometimes to remember LEGO as a hobby and something to share vs engulfing oneself in the hobby.
yes, they certainly have a monopoly on the name brand. i have to wonder if this other brand you mentioned is cheap enuf to offset it's downsides. also i am guessing there is some aspect of a patent they can still protect and sue the living crap out of anyone who even comes close.
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