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The Most Valuable LEGO Sets and Minifigures Ever Released

LEGO pieces are some of the most iconic children’s toys in history, but certain LEGO sets and LEGO Minifigures are crazy valuable. Why is this? Well, some of the most expensive Lego sets (e.g. massive Star Wars sets or the Taj Mahal) are worth a lot because they’re expansive, challenging to put together, and/or particularly impressive in their finished form. Other original LEGO sets are worth a lot of dough because they’re hard to find, contain rare LEGO Minifigures, or feature branding or collaboration with other franchises (again, Star Wars) that make them appeal to an even broader collector base. This was only exacerbated during the COVID pandemic, when collectibles of all stripes jumped in value as the world stayed indoors and began shopping online even more.
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What Would Will Arnett Think of Your ‘LEGO Masters’ Creation?

We’ve seen tons of creative LEGO builds in the past two seasons of LEGO Masters. No matter the theme, there’s LEGO builds that hit the mark and some that fly under the radar. It’s no secret that amazing builds are created from hours of work on LEGO Masters....
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Lego Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga Drops To Lowest Price Yet

Lego Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga has only been available for a couple months, but it’s already seeing a massive price cut. Head over to Green Man Gaming today and you’ll find The Skywalker Saga listed for just $32--the lowest price since launch. While The Skywalker Saga is part of Steam's Summer Sale, you're saving more money by purchasing it through GMG. Best of all? You'll still get a Steam key.
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LEGO Group Plans $1B factory opening in Richmond

Governor Glenn Youngkin announced on Wednesday, June 15 during a news conference at the Science Museum of Virginia that the Danish toy company Lego Group plans for a 1.7 million-square-foot factory in Chesterfield, a southern suburb of Richmond. Over the course of 10 years, LEGO estimates it will invest $1 billion in the project and generate 1,760 jobs. The factory, expected to open in 2025, located on 340 acres, includes a solar park that will produce 100 percent of the factory’s energy needs.
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