One of the benefits of lockdown, I personally found, was that suddenly I was spending a whole lot less on food, which meant I had a whole lot more money to spend on other things. Like Sims 4 expansion packs.
It appears that either other people found themselves in a similar situation, or realised how sick they were of looking at Zoom all day, that they decided to look up new board games and LEGO sets.
So much so that searches on PriceSpy for board games were up by 79% this time last year, while clicks on LEGO were up by a whopping 212%!
In the land of LEGO, either people did have heaps of money to spare, or they liked looking wistfully at all the sets they could never get. Among them is the legendary Millennium Falcon, at an eye-watering price of $1250 (and that’s the cheapest price out there, according to PriceSpy!)
Most popular LEGO products (6th April to 6th May 2020)
|Top five most clicked-on LEGO products||Cheapest price found on PriceSpy (as of 3 June)|
|LEGO Harry Potter 71043 Hogwarts Castle||$600|
|LEGO Creator 10220 Volkswagen T1 Camper Van||$169|
|LEGO Star Wars 75192 Millennium Falcon||$1250|
|LEGO Harry Potter 75954 Hogwarts Great Hall||$158|
|LEGO Technic 42096 Porsche 911 RSR||$224|
It’s no secret that the best LEGO is pretty expensive. But here at Pretty Much Geeks, we want to help you on your way to getting your dream set! Thanks to the beautiful geeks at PriceSpy, we’re giving you the chance to win an $80 voucher to go towards your next glorious build!Win an $80 Lego voucher!
Just hit the enter button and fill out the form and you’re good to go! We’ll need your email address so we can contact you afterwards, so please check your emails! If you leave a like or comment on the associated Facebook post, that can help us out when it comes to contacting you too 🙂