Lego by the Kilo: How much does it cost? How to buy and sell your bulk?

Today, we find ourselves facing a recurring question regarding the purchase and resale of Lego: what is the price of a kilo of Lego and how to determine the price according to what is in your bulk?

In this article, we will explore how much you have to spend to acquire a kilo of Lego. Whether you are a child, an adult or a collector, discover the value of Lego Bulk per kilo.

What is a kilo of LEGO?

What are the different types of Lego bricks available?

A kilo of LEGO bricks is a set of pieces that usually corresponds to a volume of pieces between 500-1000 approximately, often made up of a variety of different sizes and colors.

A kilo of Lego can contain different elements:

  • shapes,
  • boxes,
  • trays,
  • basic pieces,
  • stickers,
  • special parts,
  • pad printed pieces,
  • minifigures,
  • plates,
  • Finally, there are other accessories that allow builders to bring their imagination to life.
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How much does a kilo of LEGO sell?

Factors that influence the price of a kilo of Lego bricks

The average price of a kilo of LEGO

The average price per kilo is relatively reasonable. However, it can vary greatly depending on the type of Lego piece, as well as the total number of pieces included in the bulk.

The average price for a kilo of LEGO is between €5 and €10 depending on the type of piece and the license/theme present in your kilo of Lego.

Subsequently, if you buy Lego minifigures, it is likely that the price will increase due to the high demand for this product. It is also possible that the price will be affected by the quality of the minifigures and their rarity.

As mentioned before, buying Lego in bulk is usually a more advantageous option, if you are looking to buy cheap Lego pieces or get good deals by buying rare sets present in bulk on Vinted, Leboncoin or Ebay.

Here is a list of Legos from the average price per kilo according to the different types of Lego:

  • without figurines 7 to 8€/kg
  • with figurines 10€/kg
  • Lego Star Wars 12 at 20€/kg
  • Lego Marvel 8 at 15€/kg
  • Lego Harry Potter 10 to 18€/kg
  • Lego Ninjago 12€/kg
  • Lego Lord of the Rings 25€/kg
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Finally, if you buy a bulk with Lego minifigures, it is likely that the price will increase due to the collector's market which is very sensitive to Lego minifigures. It is also possible that the price will be affected by whether or not they are in new condition.

Where to sell and buy LEGO by the kilo?

Where to buy a kilo of Lego

The sale and purchase of Lego by the kg is mainly done on Vinted, Leboncoin, Ebay, Etsy, Rakuten or on specialized Facebook groups... With a little research and patience, you can find what you're looking for on the second-hand market.

To best estimate the price of your Lego bulk, there's nothing like a quick look at the Lego PAB (Pick A Brick) spare parts website where you can see the price of each piece individually. Thus, you will have to place yourself (in terms of price) a little cheaper to sell your kilo quickly.

Lego Pick a Brick

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Learn more about Lego bricks

LEGO price per kilo

Lego is the famous little plastic brick that, for several decades, has fascinated children and adults and left room for creative and imaginative fun!

Lego comes in a wide variety of colors and can be purchased by the kilo or in small individual quantities.

In addition to the classic boxes, plates, windows and wheels, some Lego boxes also include animals like the lion, bird and turtle to complete the creative play.

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About Arnaud Magelle

Arnaud, I'm 46 years old and a Lego enthusiast. I was reintroduced to Lego thanks to my children, and since then I can't do without them. I share my opinions and findings on the latest Lego news and releases with readers.

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