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What You'll Get
With Legos, you can build the structures of your dreams, like a giant castle or a studio apartment with an eat-in kitchen. Construct something incredible with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $19 for a two-month Advanced Designer subscription ($70 value)
- $29 for a two-month Master Builder subscription ($100 value)
With the Advanced Designer subscription, Netbricks will deliver up to $200 worth of rental Lego sets to your home from its extensive catalog of new, retired, and classic sets. Master Builder subscribers receive up to $400 worth of Lego sets. Sets receive medical-grade sanitization, and all pieces and instructions are accounted for before they get to your home. See the FAQs.
Each rental cycle lasts 60 days, so customers have at least that long to enjoy their selections. Those that need more time with their sets can simply hold onto their current set, and the next one in their queue will be shipped when the current set is returned. Note that if sets are returned early, the next set won’t be sent until the start of the next rental cycle.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jun 25, 2015. Amount paid never expires. Limit 2 per person, may buy 1 additional as gift. Valid only for option purchased. Must activate subscription by the expiration date. Subscription expires 2 months after activation. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
Getting a subscription to Netbricks is like being handed the key to a never-ending toy store. Once you've signed up, you can browse the company's gigantic collection of Lego sets, which spans both classic and modern themes. Netbricks ships your chosen set to your door—but not before sorting and sanitizing each brick. Families can then build such staggering creations as a Star Wars Sandcrawler, the White House, or a medieval castle besieged by a dragon.
Customers play with their Lego sets for as long as they like, then send them back in exchange for a new one or, if they're especially enamored, purchase select sets at a discount. Netbricks doesn't even charge you if you happen to lose a few pieces to the vacuum or a hungry dog who wants to build a model spaceship. And if you want to break out your own set of bricks, the staff can sanitize and sort your legos for a by-the-pound fee.