Imagine if you were able to get a virtually unlimited quantity of a the LEGO piece of your choice. That is the power of Pick-a-Brick. The LEGO Group now offers two ways for LEGO builders around the globe to find and purchase the exact pieces they want in the quantities they need.
The easiest (yet more costly) way to purchase bricks in bulk is by visiting LEGO’s online Pick-a-Brick store (link below). Here you can choose from thousands of pieces and order as many of you need until your heart is content.
Another option is by visiting a LEGO Store. Every LEGO Store has a Pick-a-Brick wall. The wall is filled with dozens of pieces to choose from; which can be a bit overwhelming at first glance. It is cleverly located at the back of store, knowing that customers will be drawn in by its appeal. There are two differently sized cups that can be filled to purchase bricks located on the Pick-a-Brick wall. A large Pick-a-Brick Cup ($14.99 USD), and a small Pick-a-Brick Cup ($7.99 USD).
In addition to the two options above, you can try another well-known site in the LEGO community: www.bricklink.com. BrickLink enables you to search for the exact piece of LEGO you want, from a host a of international sellers. It has a better selection than LEGO’s own online Pick-a-Brick store, and competitive pricing. Think of it as a ebay or Amazon but exclusively or LEGO bricks.