Pley Lets You Rent LEGO Sets — and Your First Set is Free!

by Dagmar Bleasdale on February 5, 2015

rent LEGO sets from Pley!

Rent LEGO Sets and Save a Ton of Money

When I heard about this, I had to share it: do you have a little boy or girl, or grandson or granddaughter, who LOVES LEGO®?

I do!

The one thing I splurge on when it comes to toys is LEGO, because Landon can’t get enough of them and plays with them almost every day.

I love that he learns about patience and concentration and following instructions when he builds the LEGO sets, and he gets to be endlessly creative when he puts together his own creations. It’s the one thing he’s able to concentrate on for hours.

L is such a proud builder and has so many sets that he got to exhibit them in our library, remember?

boy showing off his LEGO collection

But dang, LEGO is expensive. I don’t even want to know how much money I’ve spent so far on LEGO sets.

One dad got smart and is now offering LEGO for rent.

Why didn’t I think of this?

Pley let’s you rent LEGO® sets – and your first set is free!

You’ll pay less, and your kids play more!

  • Pley delivers to your door
  • Free shipping both ways
  • Choose from 250+ sets
  • No charge if you lose a piece
  • Cleaned and sanitized
  • Sign up to get one LEGO set a month

This would make such an awesome birthday or Christmas gift — which kid wouldn’t love a new LEGO set every month? And you’ll save so much money, and trips to the store!

What do you think about this idea?

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{ 4 comments… read them below or add one }

Tricia February 5, 2015 at 12:06 PM

Just because my neighbor is a trademark attorney for Lego and I’ve heard it a million times…

It’s Lego, Lego bricks or Lego sets. Lego should never be LEGOS as you wouldn’t pluralize an adjective. The brand name is an adjective to describe something. :)


Dagmar ~ Dagmar's Home February 5, 2015 at 1:35 PM

Hi Trisha, thanks for letting me know! :)


Tricia February 6, 2015 at 11:37 AM

My pleasure. We tease her all the time about the S, even going so far as to spell it out on her fridge with magnetic letters (all in good fun).

If you really get her going she’ll tell you about how Aspirin was a brand name, and lost their trademark b/c everyone used it to describe the medicine. LOL


Bekah Walsh February 5, 2015 at 11:22 AM

That IS smart – he’s going to make a fortune!


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