LEGOs—the interlocking toy bricks used to build everything from mini skyscrapers to movie sets—are enjoyed by kids and kids at heart around the world. But just how much it costs to bring a LEGO set home depends on where the builder lives. To see which countries pay the most and least for their LEGOs, check out this map.
The toy review site The Toy Zone compared LEGO prices in different markets through Google Shopping to determine how much people pay for their LEGOs worldwide. Though LEGOs sold in Asia are made from the same plastic as LEGOs in South America, their prices vary wildly.
The Toy Zone found that the most expensive LEGO products on Earth are found in Ecuador, where popular sets sell for an average of $672. In Hong Kong, the best-selling sets on the market cost just $111, making it the most affordable place in the world to indulge your LEGO habit. The U.S. is also on the cheaper side of the map, with popular LEGO sets there selling for $129 on average. In Denmark, where LEGO is headquartered, sets are even cheaper at $115, but still not as cheap as they are in Hong Kong. You can see the full price breakdown of the global LEGO market in the graphic below.
The Toy Zone's analysis only looked at the top LEGO sets in each country, but some collectors' sets exceed the prices shown here. These are some of the most valuable LEGO sets ever sold.