LEGO Disney and Stranger Things sets not retiring this year

Fans anxious about LEGO Disney 71040 The Disney Castle and Stranger Things 75810 The Upside Down can rest easy, as the sets are not scheduled for retirement this year.

With so many LEGO sets going in and of stock on LEGO.com at the moment, particularly 71040 The Disney Castle, fans have been concerned they will miss out on certain products right before they retire. The Brick Fan has shared information revealing that 71040 The Disney Castle and Stranger Things 75810 The Upside Down are both safe for now as they are not scheduled to retire in 2020.

71040 The Disney Castle uses 4,080 pieces to build the castle that sits at the centre of Disney World’s Magic Kingdom theme park and includes five minifigures.

75810 The Upside Down ingeniously builds the same house twice, with one sitting the correct way up and the other representing the dreaded Upside Down. It includes the core Stranger Things gang as minifigures.

In July, the Brick Fan also shared a list of LEGO sets that are due to retire this year, including Creator Expert, Star Wars, Harry Potter and Architecture sets.

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Graham

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