BrickEconomy is funded in part by affiliate marketing as well as on-site advertising. When you make a purchase or, sometimes, carry out some other action as direct result of clicking on a link on BrickEconomy, we may receive a small commission. For example, when you click on a link to buy a set on Amazon then purchase something from them, we will receive a commission. The level of commission varies depending on the merchant but generally it's a few percent of the price of the item you purchase.

The price you pay is exactly the same if you do or do not use our links, there are no extras costs to you.

The majority of the links on the site which lead to merchants that sell LEGO products are affiliate links and work in this way. Not all links on the site lead to affiliate partners but there will always be a disclaimer at the footer of the page or in the link title where this is the case.

Why we use affiliates

It cost us a significant amount of money to run BrickEconomy from hard costs such as servers and bandwidth to the time we invest to provide you with a great site. We want to make BrickEconomy free for everyone to use so we depend on affiliate marketing and adverting to cover these costs.

The money we make from affiliate marketing costs you nothing but keeps the site running and allows you to use our services for free, so thank you for your continued support!

A list of merchants we depend on

As of 2019 the following is a list of affiliate mercents we use on the site.

  • Amazon
  • LEGO
  • eBay
  • Walmart

Third-part affiliate disclosures

Amazon

BrickEconomy is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to Amazon.com, Amazon.ca, Amazon.co.uk, Amazon.fr, Amazon.it, Amazon.es, Amazon.de and affiliated sites.

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