Instead of buying and inevitably discarding a slew of trendy toys this season, we found a new solution with Pley.com through their LEGO rental service.
Japan Adventure Park Hyatt Hotel Niseko
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Boozy Salted Caramel Apple Cocktail
If there is a time of year that I consider "my season," it is surely fall! I love everything about autumn from the crisp air to the brilliant colors of the foliage. The mountain landscape by far is my favorite. Whether I'm in the Rockies or the Appalachians, the mountains are ...read more
Make a Fall Leaf Menu for the Holidays
I'd rather throw a party than crawl under the covers. Are you with me fellow hostesses? Let's talk about harvest season. It's a favorite time to entertain. To celebrate the season, try this fall leaf menu craft. It's perfect for Thanksgiving or just for fun. We have this amazing ...read more
With over 250 sets, the economical & eco-friendly service allows LEGO enthusiasts to repeatedly rent and reorder different LEGO sets for both girls and boys. This includes an incredible selection of LEGO's including popular sets like SUV with Watercraft, Cinderella's Romantic Castle, Lego Friends, Duplo kits and much more!
Considering the statistic that parents are about to drop an average of $20 billion on toys for their children between now and the end of the year, the benefits of what is being called the “Netflix”, economy” are more clear at this time of year than any other.
And with the American child set to discard nearly 70% of the toys they receive each year within just one month, it begs the question: is ownership overrated?
Additionally, each LEGO set from Pley is inspected and sanitized before being sent out, and there is notably no fee for missing a few pieces. Subscriptions start at $15 per month.
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