HothTrooper wrote:You might want to check out this editorial from The Brothers Brick. It's just one method, but it seems to be an effective way many AFOLs sustain their hobby.
Draykov wrote:As far as older Star Wars sets are concerned, I would suggest waiting to get sets that are already out of production until you have the means to acquire them without breaking the bank. In many cases, they'll already be selling for well over MSRP and those collector prices often stabilize eventually.
GIR3691 wrote:Also, live for sales. Play the waiting game and you can land 50% off or more on sets. Finding ways to get stuff cheap is just as important as finding ways to make money to support the hobby. I haven't paid full retail price for a set in a very long time. The VIP program, sales and clearance can really help.
bigospedros wrote:That's 3 times you've posted your idea on instructions! The exact same paragraph too! Annoying ...
No one can really answer your question ... Why don't you just try and sell them and see what you get? I personally wouldn't spend that much to just get some instructions ...
I see people sell custom-made modular building instructions on ebay. And I made "Dexter's Diner" from SW Episode II on LDD. It contains 4313 bricks and the roof is removable. I am planning to sell its instruction for 20 bucks. Do you think it is a nice way to earn money by LEGO?
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