No LEGO set can stay around forever. The shelf life of a LEGO set varies from one model to the next, but on average a set remains available for 1-2 years. Sometimes, however, it’s much less (and rarely, much longer).
Sets get retired all the time, and once they’re gone from retail circulation there’s usually no way to pick them up outside of the likes of eBay. And that often means paying way more than RRP.
There are currently 15 sets listed on LEGO’s website as “retiring soon”. We’re not sure exactly when they’ll stop being available – but with so many new sets due to launch on 1st June, we bet it’ll be very soon.
See the list of retiring sets below. If you want any of them in your collection, you better grab them fast.
- LEGO City 60229 Rocket Assembly & Transport
- DUPLO 10840 Big Fair
- LEGO Ninjago 71712 Empire Temple of Madness
- LEGO Ninjago 71710 Ninja Tuner Car
- LEGO Ninjago 71707 Kai’s Mech Jet
- LEGO Trolls World Tour 41258 Vibe City Concert
- LEGO Trolls World Tour 41255 Pop Village Celebration
- LEGO Technic 42093 Chevrolet Corvette ZR1
- LEGO Classic 10715 Bricks on a Roll
- LEGO Star Wars 75268 Snowspeeder
- LEGO Star Wars 75266 Sith Troopers Battle Pack
- LEGO Speed Champions 75895 1974 Porsche 911 Turbo 3.0
- LEGO Speed Champions 75891 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 Race Car
- LEGO Speed Champions 75890 Ferrari F40 Competizione
- LEGO Super Mario Character Packs Series 2