Playing with LEGO sets is kind of a right of passage for a child. Building and creating with the ever-so-popular bricks is something most children love to do, and never really get tired of. Some never grow out of it either. When my kids get a new set, sometimes I even enjoy sitting down and helping them put it together. Because money doesn’t grow on trees, and I don’t have a bottomless checking account, I am so excited to be partnering with Pley, to introduce you to LEGO sets for rent!
My boys, and now my daughter, are always asking for new LEGO sets, but I often have to turn them down. Of course, oftentimes the sets the twins want to buy have to be $100+, so forget it! What about this – ever find that you purchase your child a new (expensive) LEGO set, to find they only play with it for a couple of weeks and then it’s old news? Talk about frustrating!
Pley has solutions for all of these dilemmas. No more playing the bad guy because you have to tell Timmy “no!” one more time as you walk past the toy aisles in Target. For as low as $9.99/month, you can have LEGO sets delivered right to your doorstep (with free shipping), so your little ones can play until they are tired of said set. Then simply return the set, with a free return-shipping label, and get ready for your next set. Get one, or multiple new sets each month, depending on which plan you sign up for. Get the Rookie, Builder, or Master plan to fit your needs. Each plan has additional sets to choose from, based on difficulty level.
For my first shipment, we received a LEGO Creator set for the boys, and a LEGO Friends set for Miss Bea. She has only recently gotten into playing with LEGO sets, so she was super excited that a set came for her. My boys were able to whip up their boat in no time at all. Then they started working on the other two creations that can be done with Creator sets. We may have to up our plan to the Master plan, so they can get the difficult sets. Always a fun time though.
I got to sit down with Bea and help her with her LEGO Friends Heartlake Hot Air Balloon set. Slightly more challenging for my 5 year old, but we managed just fine, and had a fun time playing together.
Which Pley plan do you think your kiddos will start out on?
This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Pley.