LEGO products retiring soon include Star Wars and Technic sets

A recently distributed LEGO catalogue has revealed a raft of sets that will soon be retired.

Knowing which sets are about to retire is on the most valuable pieces of information for a LEGO collector. Recently, the LEGO Group sent out a Christmas catalogue promoting sets available at shop.LEGO.com. Across pages 38 and 39 of the catalogue, the header reads, “Great sets for your wish list – many retiring soon!”

It is not revealed exactly which will and won’t be retiring, but to be on the safe side, fans who have been pining for any of these sets may wish to order them now.

Here are the sets listed on the “retiring soon” spread:

LEGO Technic 42056 Porsche 911 GT3 RS
LEGO Creator Expert 10247 Ferris Wheel
LEGO Creator Expert 10246 Detective’s Office
LEGO Star Wars 75060 Slave I
LEGO City 60110 Fire Station
LEGO 60 years of the brick 10405 Mission to Mars

LEGO Friends 41324 Snow Resort Ski Lift
LEGO Minecraft 21144 The Farm Cottage
LEGO Disney 41152 Sleeping Beauty’s Fairytale Castle
LEGO Star Wars 75205 Mos Eisley Cantina
LEGO Creator 31080 Modular Winter Vacation
LEGO Ideas 21312 Women of NASA

Thanks to Steven for writing in and letting us know.

LEGO Harry Potter 40289 Diagon Alley is currently available free with any order from shop.LEGO.com totaling £80 or more.

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Graham

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