If Lego builds it, people will buy it — and for good reason. Not only are they fun to build, but Lego sets increase in value by about 12 percent each year. That's a pretty solid return on investment. But depending on where you live, the average price of a Lego set varies, sometimes wildly.
TheToyZone conducted a worldwide study to find which countries had the cheapest and the most expensive Lego sets, and it found a price disparity of 700 percent between the most and least expensive markets.
These are the most and least expensive places to buy Lego sets in the world, from least to most expensive. We've also included some country-specific Lego sets and custom creations that represent (more or less) each country.