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Deal Genius has a couple LEGO School Supplies on sale listed below when you apply promo code LEGO. Shipping is free. Thanks f12_26

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Deal Genius [dealgenius.com] has LEGO school supplies for $5 to $7 + free shipping with coupon code: LEGO

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  • LEGO stationery pieces stack with each other or other LEGO bricks and toys!

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Is 40 too old to want this stuff? LOL I kid, but it is cool stuff and I wish we had this when I was a kid.
Age is just a number. It's best to live young. I own the 300+ classic set in the yellow plastic container. If you are really curious, the age range states 5 to 99 years old.
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Then you really wouldn't have thought it was worth the price a few years ago before the set was rereleased.
you can get the same thing on ebay for $800 or less
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you can get the same thing on ebay for $800 or less
And the set was $300 when it was released. I'll do the math so we can all keep our socks on...

Cost ------------ $300
eBay Price --- $800
Profit------------ $500

That return on investment doesn't sound bad to me. And if you were one of the lucky investors and sold your set before it was re-released, you got at least $3000 for it. So....as I said in my original post...

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Modern era LEGOs aren't for kids...well, entirely for kids anymore.

https://www.amazon.com/LEGO-Creat...B0784P9LQV

Think of them more like models....rediculously expensive models. And if you get lucky they can be a really nice investment.

https://www.amazon.com/10189-Maha...B002EEP3NY
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And the set was $300 when it was released. I'll do the math so we can all keep our socks on...

Cost ------------ $300
eBay Price --- $800
Profit------------ $500

That return on investment doesn't sound bad to me. And if you were one of the lucky investors and sold your set before it was re-released, you got at least $3000 for it. So....as I said in my original post...
This whole idea of buying TOYS on the off chance that they MIGHT get discontinued and you MIGHT buy a set that hardly anyone else bought and then you MIGHT find an obsessive collector who was willing to pay an insane amount for the specific set that YOU had seems both risky and enjoyable.

If you have money to invest put it in an IRA, put it in an index fund, put it into any number of financial vehicles more suited to savings than TOYS.
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This whole idea of buying TOYS on the off chance that they MIGHT get discontinued and you MIGHT buy a set that hardly anyone else bought and then you MIGHT find an obsessive collector who was willing to pay an insane amount for the specific set that YOU had seems both risky and enjoyable.

If you have money to invest put it in an IRA, put it in an index fund, put it into any number of financial vehicles more suited to savings than TOYS.
After these last couple of weeks, I think LEGO sets are a safer bet than investments. But yes, I agree, you should definitely have stock options....and LEGO sets....diversify nod
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