The final LEGO DOTS sets are out soon, based on Harry Potter

The end of LEGO DOTS is near as the final sets, based on Harry Potter, are launching on March 1, 2023, with the wave back on the online store. 

As previously announced, LEGO DOTS is officially ending with the LEGO Group integrating tile-based play into other themes instead. Still, this marks the end of the customisation-centric theme and the final range of models is out tomorrow March 1, 2023. 

The LEGO Group’s statement confirmed the January and March launches will be the last releases for LEGO DOTS. The only sets out in March at the time of writing are three crossing over with Harry Potter following the Disney builds in 2022. 

Here’s a comprehensive guide to every LEGO DOTS set in the theme’s final wave. 


LEGO set Price Pieces Release date 
41808 Hogwarts Accessories Pack £12.99 / $TBC / €14.99 234 March 1, 2023 
41809 Hedwig Pencil Holder £17.99 / $TBC / €19.99 518 March 1, 2023 
41811 Hogwarts Desktop Kit £39.99 / $TBC / €44.99 856 March 1, 2023 

One of the most appealing parts of these last LEGO DOTS models is the exclusive printed tiles based on Harry Potter. The theme’s printed designs have been a core part of its models and the Harry Potter selection is inspired by characters, items and spells.

Notably, 41809 Hedwig Pencil Holder is the only new set to not include any printed tiles. All three are launching tomorrow, March 1, 2023. While they will continue to be available until the end of the year, at the time of writing, don’t expect any more entries in this theme. 

These three models were revealed at the end of January 2023 but have been missing from the official online store since, returning today, February 28, just before their release. 

Though the end of LEGO DOTS is near, the theme had a few interesting points in its history and despite the promise of more tile-based play in other themes, there are existing alternatives for enthusiasts to move to. 

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