Back in October, while visiting a LEGO Certified Store I spotted white picket fences on its Pick A Brick wall. I just so happened to be carrying my small Pick A Brick cup with me that day, so I went to town.
And because I reused my own small Pick A Brick cup, I enjoyed a discount of $1.40, bringing the price down to $19.50 in Singapore. Cool!
Here are the total part counts:
- 39x white picket fence
- 30x light grey 1x1 brick with a stud on 1 side
- 20x light grey 1x4 brick with studs on 1 side
- 16x black 1x2 grille brick
- 14x dark azure 1x2 brick
- 14x flame yellowish orange 2x4 brick
- 8x dark grey 2x4 bracket
- 8x dark tan 1x2 jumper
- 7x dark grey 2x2 brick
- 6x tan 1x3 plate
- 6x yellow 1x2 jumper
- 4x lime green 2x2 brick
172 parts in total for $19.50 works out to 11.3 cents per part, which is almost twice as much as my first small Pick A Brick cup purchase, but keep in mind that the vast majority of parts in this set are picket fences, large bricks and large brackets. The picket fences in particular cost over 20 cents each on BrickLink locally, so to be able to get 39 of those, and 119 other parts for just over 11 cents each on average is a really good deal in my book.
I'm really excited to have 40 picket fences (I have 1 from 10703 Creative Builder Box) to put up around the houses in my LEGO town. And I already have a few uses in mind for the SNOT bricks, including but not limited to buildings.
I can't wait to show you what I'll be working on.