Ten regular retail sets, ranging in price from $19.99 to $249.99, are allegedly planned for 2021. And they’ll reportedly be joined by three smaller sets, including an accessory pack and what may be two new BrickHeadz.
That’s according to Eurobricks user Guyon2002 (as reported by StoneWars, Ashnflash and other LEGO fan media). So far, they’ve only provided a list of set numbers and prices in US dollars. Here it is in full:
LEGO Harry Potter 76386 – $19.99
LEGO Harry Potter 76387 – $39.99
LEGO Harry Potter 76388 – $79.99
LEGO Harry Potter 76389 – $129.99
LEGO Harry Potter 76390 – $39.99
LEGO Harry Potter 76391 – $249.99
LEGO Harry Potter 76392 – $59.99
LEGO Harry Potter 76393 – $119.99
LEGO Harry Potter 76394 – $39.99
LEGO Harry Potter 76395 – $29.99
LEGO Harry Potter 40500 – Accessory Pack
LEGO Harry Potter 40495
LEGO Harry Potter 40496
That’s not much to go on, but it won’t stop us wildly speculating anyway. Could one of these sets be a Gringotts-shaped follow-up to this year’s 75978 Diagon Alley? The wizarding bank played a big role in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, which next year’s sets will surely revolve around.
And if that is the case, there’s plenty of material to mine in the boy wizard’s final adventure. (Or, in movie terms, final pair of adventures.) The Battle of Hogwarts will be ripe for an addition or two to the School of Witchcraft and Wizardry, for instance. And we’ll doubtless see some kind of small tent set for Harry, Ron and Hermione’s camping tour of the British countryside.
What we really want to know, though, is what the LEGO Group has conjured up for that $249.99 slot. So far, the regular Harry Potter theme has topped out at around half that price. Only the two massive LEGO exclusives, 71043 Hogwarts Castle and 75978 Diagon Alley, have gone any higher.
The same source also suggests two of the smaller sets, 40495 and 40496, could be BrickHeadz sets, and/or future gifts-with-purchase from LEGO.com. And they may also tie into the 20th anniversary of LEGO Harry Potter.
For now, we’ll have to sit, wait and speculate. While StoneWars calls Guyon2002 “trustworthy”, this information should only be treated as a rumour until verified by the LEGO Group.