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Sunday, September 8, 2013

Pleygo Is Like Netflix For Legos!

If your kids are like mine, they might put together Lego sets and play with them a bit before setting them aside and asking for another set to put together. I just found out about a very cool sounding service called Pleygo, which is like Netflix for Legos! You can borrow, play with, and exchange sets of LEGOs an unlimited amount of times each month.  Shipping is free both ways. Sets come in a Pleygo box with an instruction manual and a spare pieces bag and sets are sanitized when they are returned.  


There are three levels of subscription starting at just $15.  At that price, you can play with small to medium sets usually up to 250 pieces. I love that Pleygo also offers credit towards your account for sets and mixed bricks that you donate to them, and they provide the shipping label too!  You can receive your First Month FREE by clicking here or directly at My kids are looking forward to their first set arriving!

Thanks to US Family Guide for the info about this program. I will be trying out Pleygo thanks to USFG but I was not otherwise compensated for this post.


Mia @ The Chronicles of Chaos said...

Oh my goodness! I am signing up right now, my son goes through Lego sets in a few days. Gets to be a bit expensive around these parts! ;) Thanks so much for sharing this.

Sara said...

This is such a cool concept. Collin isn't totally into Legos yet but I am passing on the info to my sister in law since my nephew loves Legos.

Janine Huldie said...

Definitely a great concept and must admit not a Legos fan, because of the mess my kids still make with them, but maybe as they get older I would look into this. So seriously thanks for sharing!! :)

Nicole said...

This is way cool! Thanks for sharing. This mom of two Lego-loving boys is very thankful!

Sarah said...

Um, this is AWESOME. Never heard of this but pretty sure Drew would love this program!

Holly Higgins said...

My kids really aren't old enough to play with Legos yet, but I told my sil about this. My nephew loves and I mean LOVES Legos!