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LEGO Updates Retiring Soon List – September 2022

LEGO has updated their Retiring Soon list and there are a lot of larger sets that will be going away in the next few months. Some of the sets have been around for a few years now while some have a shorter life span. Overseas has a couple more sets listed than in North America so I would go with that just to be safe. There are also some sets that are temporarily out of stock but I’ve listed them for reference in case you find them at another retailer.


Art

Art Project – Create Together (21226) – $119.99
Disney’s Mickey Mouse (31202) – $119.99


Creator

Elf Club House (10275) – $99.99


DC

1989 Batwing (76161) – $199.99
Classic TV Series Batman Cowl (76238) – $59.99


Disney

Mickey Mouse & Minnie Mouse Buildable Characters (43179) – $179.99
The Disney Castle (71040) – $349.99


Harry Potter

Hogwarts Moment: Charms Class (76385) – $29.99


Icons

Fiat 500 (10271) – $89.99
Old Trafford – Manchester United (10272) – $299.99
Volkswagen T2 Camper Van (10279) – $179.99
Queer Eye – The Fab 5 Loft (10291) – $99.99/Sale $59.99


Ideas

Central Perk (21319) – $59.99
International Space Station (21321) – $69.99
123 Sesame Street (21324) – $119.99
Seinfeld (21328) – $79.99
LEGO NASA Apollo Saturn V (92176) – $119.99


Misc

adidas Originals Superstar (10282) – $79.99


Monkie Kid

Monkie Kid’s Cloud Roadster (80015) – $69.99


Seasonal

Lunar New Year Traditions (80108) – $79.99
Lunar New year Ice Festival (80109) – $119.99


Star Wars

Imperial Star Destroyer (75252) – $699.99
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LEGO August 2022 Sets Now Available on LEGO Shop

It’s August on the east coast and that means there are now over 90 new LEGO sets that are available for purchase on the LEGO Shop. There’s literally something for everyone as there are over 90 new LEGO sets across a number of themes.

As for the promotions, the LEGO Forest Hideout (40567) is available again from now until August 8 with purchases of $150 or more.


Architecture

Great Pyramid of Giza (21058) – $129.99


Art

The Rolling Stones (31206) – $149.99
Floral Art (31207) – $79.99


BrickHeadz

Manchester United Go Brick Me (40541) – $14.99
FC Barcelona Go Brick Me (40542) – $19.99
Koi Fish (40545) – $14.99
Poodle (40546) – $14.99
Obi-Wan Kenobi & Darth Vader (40547) – $19.99


City

Touring Stunt Bike (60331) – $7.99
Reckless Scorpion Stunt Bike (60332) – $7.99
Bathtub Stunt Bike (60333) – $7.99
Train Station (60335) – $99.99
Freight Train (60336) – $189.99
Express Passenger Train (60337) – $179.99
Smashing Chimpanzee Stunt Loop (60338) – $69.99
Double Loop Stunt Arena (60339) – $149.99
The Blade Stunt Challenge (60340) – $34.99
The Knockdown Stunt Challenge (60341) – $34.99
The Shark Attack Stunt Challenge (60342) – $34.99
Grocery Store (60347) – $69.99


Classic

Build Together (11020) – $99.99


Creator 3-in-1

Sunken Treasure Mission (31130) – $34.99
Downtown Noodle Shop (31131) – $44.99
Viking Ship and the Midgard Serpent (31132) – $119.99


Disney

Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse’s Camping Trip (10777) – $24.99
Mickey, Minnie and Goofy’s Fairground Fun (10778) – $34.99
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LEGO August 2022 Shopping Guide

August is just around the corner and it is usually one of the biggest months for new LEGO sets, at least in North America. There will be over 90 sets that will be dropping in a few days on the LEGO Shop and here’s a shopping guide for what we can be expecting. Note that there will also be price increases on current sets that are already available which go up to 25%.


Architecture

Great Pyramid of Giza (21058) – $129.99


Art

The Rolling Stones (31206) – $149.99
Floral Art (31207) – $79.99


BrickHeadz

Manchester United Go Brick Me (40541) – $14.99
FC Barcelona Go Brick Me (40542) – $19.99
Koi Fish (40545) – $14.99
Poodle (40546) – $14.99
Obi-Wan Kenobi & Darth Vader (40547) – $19.99


City

Touring Stunt Bike (60331) – $7.99
Reckless Scorpion Stunt Bike (60332) – $7.99
Bathtub Stunt Bike (60333) – $7.99
Train Station (60335) – $99.99
Freight Train (60336) – $189.99
Express Passenger Train (60337) – $179.99
Smashing Chimpanzee Stunt Loop (60338) – $69.99
Double Loop Stunt Arena (60339) – $149.99
The Blade Stunt Challenge (60340) – $34.99
The Knockdown Stunt Challenge (60341) – $34.99
The Shark Attack Stunt Challenge (60342) – $34.99
Grocery Store (60347) – $69.99


Classic

Build Together (11020) – $99.99


Creator 3-in-1

Sunken Treasure Mission (31130) – $34.99
Downtown Noodle Shop (31131) – $44.99
Viking Ship and the Midgard Serpent (31132) – $119.99


Disney

Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse’s Camping Trip (10777) – $24.99
Mickey, Minnie and Goofy’s Fairground Fun (10778) – $34.99
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LEGO Con 2022 Recap

LEGO Con 2022 completed yesterday with a surprisingly positive response from viewers and there was a lot packed in the two hours of the event. There were more LEGO reveals compared to last year and there were also some teasers that you may have missed in between. If you tuned in live for LEGO Con, LEGO is during a survey and taking feedback about the show. You have until June 27 to fill it out.


Teasers

The not so obvious teaser was during the LEGO Harry Potter segment where LEGO Design Master Marcos Bessa talks to Evanna Lynch about some of the HP sets with the huge Hogwarts Express in the background. There’s been rumors of a large scale Hogwarts Express (76405) coming in the fall that has a reported 5,129 pieces and will retail for €499.99.

The more subtle teaser was during the LEGO Star Wars reveals when LEGO Designers Michael Lee Stockwell and Madison O’Neil both came out wearing shirts with the Razor Crest outline. It has also been rumored that there will be a UCS Razor Crest (75331) that will retail for around $529.99. This rumor is a little more iffy than the Hogwarts Express.

Lastly, we got a first look at potentially one of the next LEGO Minecraft minifigures. There is a fan vote that will be starting soon to choose between the Crystal Knight, Classic Knight, or Prismarine Knight. They said it will be on their Twitter page but we don’t see anything yet.


Reveals

LEGO Icons Lion Knights’ Castle (10305)

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LEGO Art Floral Art (31207) Revealed

A new LEGO Art set has been revealed at LEGO Con 2022 with the Floral Art (31207). Launching on August 1, the set has 2,870 pieces and retails for $79.99. Here you can design three different flowers that you can hang on the wall.

LEGO® Art Floral Art Set (31207)
• Age: 18+; 2,870 pieces; August 1, 2022, launch; 69.99 EUR/ 79.99 USD
• Open botanical creativity awaits in this LEGO® Art Floral Art (31207) wall kit. Bring bold colors and design possibilities into your home as you build. You can also let your imagination bloom with your own motif. Enjoy a zone of joyful zen filled with flowers, peace and stress relief as you click each piece into place.

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LEGO Art The Rolling Stones (31206) Official Images

There are now more images of the upcoming The Rolling Stones (31206) including the box art. The set has 1,998 pieces and has a price point of €149.99 and it features The Rolling Stones iconic logo that is a different style than the usual LEGO Art sets. The tongue and lips logo goes outside of the square layout and also has a 3D effect to it. The set will be released in North America in August.

They might say ‘You Can’t Always Get What You Want’, but with this LEGO® Art The Rolling Stones (31206) kit, fans of rock & roll and The Rolling Stones can create one of the most distinctive band logos ever. As you build, you’ll be able to pay homage to an iconic rock band while you click each piece into place.

Display your musical passion
Recreate The Rolling Stones’ iconic logo in 3D as a tribute to the band’s 60th anniversary. As you begin assembling the bold organic shape, scan the QR code and listen to the Soundtrack, with almost an hour of content tailor-made to immerse you in the project. Finish the art with a Rolling Stones signature tile, and it’s ready to display on your wall at home or the office.

What art will you create?
Welcome to your zone of creativity. Welcome to LEGO Sets for Adults. A space to relax and build detailed art pieces that pay homage to the worlds of entertainment, travel, gaming, sports, science, technology, motorsports and history.

• Celebrate rock & roll –

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LEGO Art The Rolling Stones (31206) Revealed

German retailer Taschengelddieb has revealed a new LEGO Art set with The Rolling Stones (31206). The set has 1,998 pieces and doesn’t use the traditional style of Art sets that uses the square layouts but instead looks to have a 3D look to it.

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