Day 28


We sat down with Paul and Ali from Ali’s Bricks and Bitz to chat about how they run their Bricklink Store and why they do it.
They recently reached a sales milestone of ONE MILLION pieces and they look forward to continuing to support everyone’s LEGO ® Projects.

What is Bricklink?
We have heard Bricklink described in many ways including Ebay for Lego, but the official Bricklink description is:
An online marketplace for LEGO® products and represents a vibrant adult fan community. The website was founded in April 2000 and currently has more than 1 million members.

If you haven’t yet looked or purchased through Bricklink be prepared to spend some time getting to know the website and you will be amazed how much is available – just watch the international shipping!
One way of avoiding shipping costs that can add up is to SHOP LOCAL. Below are some links to Bricklink stores of our local stores.

WA Bricklink Stores
Alexis Daly Ali’s Bricks and Bitz
Craig Decke Australias Best Bricks
Gavin Brooks The Perth Brick Cave
Michelle Krok Mitzy’s Missing Parts
Chris Pearson The Other Block
Dale Horsley Dale’s Minifigs

The Western Australian LEGO community utilises many different forms of social media including Facebook and Instagram and below are some links for Western Australia AFOLs

Leanne and Simon Driel
Katja Lee and Ryan Veenstra
Ali’s Bricks and Bitz
Alexis Daly – Lego Photography
Michael Graffin
James Lucas – Jay Space Bricks
Melissa McCarthy
Bricktober Perth

Australias Best Bricks
Jay Space Bricks
Ali’s Bricks and Bitz
Bricktastic Blog

Ali’s Bricks and Bitz

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