TheGroup has reportedly ceased production of three retiring , and sets, making this your very last chance to pick them up.
reports that one product from each of those themes is no longer being produced by the Group. That means that when the current supply sells out, they won’t be coming back – an assertion that corresponds with Brick Fanatics’ own sources, which indicate a July retirement date for all three sets.
Probably the highest-profile set of the trio is, which is really the baseline for the Group’s current modular Hogwarts Castle system. And while sets are starting afresh with a school inspired by the original 2001 wave, the theme could well move back to the previous system in 2022.
If that does happen, you’ll be kicking yourself if you miss out on, so make sure you pick it up while you have chance. Its imminent retirement (even while , and remain on shelves) makes sense, though, given includes a partial Great Hall.
’s is also staring down the barrel of retirement, perhaps unsurprisingly given it launched in 2019. We’ve heard nothing about any sets for 2021, suggesting this theme may be on the way out altogether. Couple that with how quickly the moulded dinosaurs rise in price on the aftermarket, and this could be a very wise investment.
Finally,will be racing into the sunset as the Group continues to shelve its now-obsolete six-stud-wide cars. If you haven’t taken to the new eight-stud-wide format, best make the most of the older style while you can.
All three of these sets will only hang around atas long as current supply lasts, so don’t sleep on them if they’re high on your wish list. For more complete lists of sets retiring in 2021, click through the links below:
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