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I've acquired a set of MegaBloks and was amazed at the slopes with studs on top. Unfortunately the set is $15 and there's only 6 pieces I need.

So I wanted to ask, are there any sites like Bricklink that sell MegaBloks? (Note: I'm talking about dozens of a single piece. No mixed bags, no used sets)

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I was under the impression that BrickLink could be used for clone brands too, but I was wrong: LEGO Products Only. And it goes on explicitely to: Other brand products such as MegaBloks are not allowed on this site – Joubarc Mar 29 '13 at 7:57

Market places for MegaBlocks include:

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I didn't realize there's a forum for that, I'll try that. But I fear I won't be able to get several dozens of one piece this way. – LarissaGodzilla Mar 26 '13 at 10:13

Your question is answerable with a yes or no, so I'm going to have to say no.

The main reasons something like this doesn't really exist are likely as follows:

  • As with some sets in LEGO, the prices for (say, Halo) are subjective and diasagreed upon.
  • MegaBloks is fairly new, compared to LEGO, which is why you also don't see a pick-a-brick for KREO, Nanoblocks, etc.
  • Additional, "loose" bricks aren't manfufacured specifically for this purpose.
  • Perhaps most importantly, the range of set-specific pieces is far larger than a lot of other manufacturers, thus each piece's cost is based on which set it's from.

But will we see MB pick-a-brick in the future? Probably; stay tuned.

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