LEGO Retiring Soon 2020

Below is a list of LEGO sets that are at risk of retiring soon in and around the 2018 calendar year. It is organized into sets that are at high risk of retiring soon, medium risk, and low risk. Note that LEGO retirement dates are not an exact science and all sets that have been available for sufficiently long can be discontinued at any time, with no notice. Let us know your thoughts and leave a comment below. Visit the Official LEGO Online Shop!

[Updated: 1/24/2020]

LEGO Retiring Soon 2020 — High Risk

75159 Death Star

21316 The Flintstones

21318 Tree House

21317 Steamboat Willie

21319 Central Perk

21320 Dinosaur Fossils

10255 Assembly Square

71040 Disney Castle

10261 Roller Coaster

75954 Harry Potter Hogwarts Great Hall

10220 Volkswagen T1 Camper Van

LEGO Retiring Soon 2020 — Medium Risk

75192 Millennium Falcon

42083 Bugatti Chiron

LEGO Retiring Soon 2020 — Low Risk

10260 Downtown Diner

16 Comments

  1. Is 75251 Darth Vader’s Castle retiring? it’s listed out of stock on LEGO.com.

    • This set is out of stock in the US and Canada. Also, it is marked as back-ordered in the European market. So we think it will be retired very soon!

    • Thank you very much for the comment!

      Harry Potter is a great idea.

      For the camper, we were hesitated to include it since we have included it in the last couple of years. But this set is retired in the British market, we also strongly thing this set will be retired this year.

        • For 10262 Aston Martin, other sets in this series has about 1 – 1.5 year span, so we think this set will have similar time span. Especially this is a movie licensed product, so we think this set may not have a long lifespan. For example: 10187 Volkswagen Beetle, 10248 Ferrari F40.

          For 10258 London Bus, this is really hard to predict. This set can have a extra long lifespan like VW Camper or normal lifespan like F40. 🤔

  2. Hi, When will the Saturn V rocket be retiring? We are hoping to buy it in the next week or 2 once we’ve been paid.

    • Saturn V is labeled as ‘Retiring Soon’ on LEGO Online. So we expect the set will be retired very soon. Depends on the popularity of the set, usually when a retiring soon set will generally be sold out in two to three months. So if you like this set, buy it as soon as possible. However, there are exceptions, like the TV Batman set… That set took almost a year before LEGO able to sell all the remaining stocks.

  3. Hello.
    When will
    Roller Coaster – 10261 Retiring ?
    Vestas Wind Turbine – 10268 Retiring?

    And how long time will the Disney Castle be aviable?

    • LEGO released 10261 Roller Coaster in Jun 2018 and will be in the market for two years soon. Sets in the LEGO Creator Fairground series generally had about 1 to 2-year lifespans, like 10244 Fairground Mixer and 10196 Grand Carousel. With very few exceptions, for example – 10247 Ferris Wheel (3 years). So we said this is very possible this set will be retired this year.

      As for 10268, it is very difficult to predict…

  4. Lego 75192 Millennium Falcon any new idea how much of a risk this one is from retiring and do “retiring soon” sets usually go on sale right before selling out? I really want this set but admit that price has kept me from buying it even though I’ve spend probably 10X that on multiple sets.

    • Thanks for the comment. This set released in Jan 2018, so we predict that this set will have at least one more year lifespan.

      Regarding “retiring soon” sets go on sale question, this really depends. Usually, the sets that go on sale before they retired are the less popular ones. So We are not saying 75192 will never go on sale, but we think this is highly unlikely. Keep your eye on the set, may be it will be discounted someday. However, only LEGO will know for sure 🙂

  5. Hi, when will these set’s be retiring?
    Lego Overwatch 75971
    Lego Ninjago 70661
    And how long will the dinosaur rampage set 75936 be retiring? Thanks

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