Retiring Set List 2019

We have to apologize because we are a little slack in the year 2019. We guess still in Christmas holiday mode in February 😂🤣

Anyway, we have just updated the Retiring Sets 2019 predictions. The year 2019 will be an interesting year because some of the sets were retired out of the usual pattern. For example:

Remember 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, without notice. Let us know your thoughts and leave a comment below. Share with us about which sets should be included or removed from the list. Visit the Official LEGO Online Shop!



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  1. I think your updated list is great! In my personal opinion, I do think you could add the Tower Bridge set to the list (I believe it was on the 2018 retiring set list), as that set is not officially retired yet, but doubtless will be sometime soon. Also I think the Volkswagen T1 Camper Van and Mini Cooper could be added too.
    Just wanted to share my personal opinion…
    Keep up the great work! 🙂

    • Great ideas and thank you for the support ✋✋👍! We just updated the list. Initially, we were not sure about including these three sets in the list since we already included them for a couple of years.

      We agree that Tower Bridge had a very high chance to be retired because it already retired in the other markets. The US is the few markets that haven’t retired this set yet.

      The mini copper and VW Camper are outliers. Especially the Camper, it already in the market for more than 8 years and LEGO seems to have no intention to retire them :). We will put them in the honorable mention section.

  2. i believe it is still to early for the Apollo to retire. It is one of the most wanted sets since years. With printed bricks it is a unque set, and a cash cow for lego. I think the apollo is following the VW t1…long lifespan

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