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Lego wholesale?

Discussion in 'Stock Wanted' started by Day Tripper, Oct 29, 2007.

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  1. Day Tripper

    Day Tripper

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    Has anyone had any luck or experience sourcing Lego wholesale? I have been trying with little or no success to find a good supplier.
  2. intatrade

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    Re: Lego?

    They don't have any wholesalers, they only deal direct with companies that are registered with them. There is a long waiting list apparently...
  3. Moz1976

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    Re: Lego?

    Can you PM details as well? Looks interesting.

    My dad makes hand made toys, they take hours to craft and unfortunately due to todays market and chinas import they arnt viable to sell, so he keeps them safe.

    As for Lego, certain exclusives go out of production it's a case of picking the right ones. In theory its worth phoning Lego up and finding out which exclusives are out of production this year, quite often 2 years later they double in value, its a case of having the guts and instinct to go for the right ones (a bit like the stock market! I havnt managed to purchased yet), this may seem obvious I know but thought its worth a mention. There are 1 or 2 items on ebay that are already marked on buy it now 30% higher than retail, lego mark them as hard to get hold of yet they still have stock until this year. I phoned lego and asked them about this and they are aware of it and I just said they were buggers for putting them on ebay at an inflated price when you can still get hold of them!

    The guy at lego did say to get hold of them quick because they'd be all gone for good by christmas...but I guess he would say that! lol
  4. Dean

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    Re: Lego?

    Someone I know seems to do quite well selling Cobi instead of Lego. Its basically a Lego copy but is a lot cheaper. Apparently it fits with Lego too and how many young kids are bothered if it has Lego printed on the blocks or not!
  5. plusmarketing

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