LEGO have announced that approximately 2,107 elements will be retired and removed from the popular Pick a Brick Online service.
These elements will be removed from online Pick a Brick on or before November 17th, so if there’s anything on this list, I highly recommend ordering it now before they go out of stock.
Personally, I’m a HUGE fan (and customer) of Pick a Brick, so I’m really sad to see a lot of my favourite elements get retired. I’ve highlighted some of my favourites below.
For those new to LEGO or this service, Pick a Brick online allows you to order most* individual elements directly from LEGO. There are 2 types of orders: Bestsellers, which are more common and ship out quicker from dedicated warehouses worldwide, and Standard, which typically take a few weeks to arrive as they ship out from Billund, Denmark. This service used to be called Bricks and Pieces.
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Pick a Brick Animals Retiring Soon
- Pixel the Chonky Cat
- Sheep and Woolly Sheep Armour
- Friends Giraffes
- Friends Llamas
- Yellow Rubber Duckies
- White Chickens
Minifigure Parts and Accessories Retiring Soon
There are also a TON of elements slated for retirement. Really sad to see the Blacktron 1 torsos get retired, as well as the Red Classic Spaces ones, and I’ll definitely be stocking up on these.
Here are some of the notable ones
- LEGO Classic Space Astronaut elements (combined for convenience – not all are retiring. Only the Red Torso, White Torso, Purple helmet & air tanks, Red air tanks and helmets are slated to retire)
- LEGO Blacktron 1 minifigure (complete)
- Ice Cream Cone Costumes
- Orange Hazmat Suits
- Tree Costumes
Better stock up on any of these if you plan on army building, or filling out your collections before they’re gone for good! With the 40595 Tribute to Galileo Galilei available, you should be able to trigger it easily if your order is large enough!
Good luck and hope you manage to get your favourite elements before they’re gone by 17 November 2023
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