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Rumored LEGO Direct to Consumer Sets Retiring in 2020


It’s that time of the year where we get some information of what LEGO sets will be retiring soon. According to my sources, there will be some popular LEGO direct to consumer sets that will be going away by the end of the year. I’ve been told that the LEGO Creator Downtown Diner (10260), Taj Mahal (10256), and the LEGO Ideas Tree House (21318) will be retired. Only the Ideas set hasn’t been out for a year as of this writing. One of the reasons why the Tree House is going away so fast is that there are so many upcoming Ideas sets in the pipeline, there’s no more room for it on the shelves.

Most of the sets are out of stock on [email protected] but the Diner is available on Amazon. I suggest checking the store stock on the [email protected] product pages to see if your local LEGO Brand Store still has them.

Downtown Diner (10260)[email protected] | Amazon

Taj Mahal (10256)[email protected] | Amazon

Tree House (21318)[email protected] | Amazon

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