Every LEGO Star Wars set retiring in 2024, 2025 and beyond

A LEGO bulider holds an R2D2 lego set in their hands. On the right is an At-AT

Keep an eye out for every LEGO set retiring in 2024 and beyond, they might just be worth a little something in the future.

As one of LEGO’s most popular themes, if not the most popular, you can expect retiring sets to go out of stock long before they are sent off to the ‘farm.’ Some of the best LEGO Star Wars sets are set to disappear soon, including some UCS sets which look as though they’re going to increase dramatically in price not too long after.

Every LEGO Star Wars set retiring in 2024

Set NumberNameRetirement Date
75337AT-TE WalkerJuly 31st, 2024
30680AAT PolybagDec 31, 2024
75257Millennium FalconDec 31, 2024
75290Mos Eisley Cantina (Master Builder Series)Dec 31, 2024
75304Darth Vader HelmetDec 31, 2024
75308R2-D2Dec 31, 2024
75313AT-AT (Ultimate Collector Series)Dec 31, 2024
75333Obi-Wan Kenobi’s Jedi StarfighterDec 31, 2024
75341Luke Skywalker’s Landspeeder (Ultimate Collector Series)Dec 31, 2024
75344Boba Fett’s Starship MicrofighterDec 31, 2024
75345501st Clone Troopers Battle PackDec 31, 2024
75346Pirate Snub FighterDec 31, 2024
75347TIE BomberDec 31, 2024
75348Mandalorian Fang Fighter vs TIE InterceptorDec 31, 2024
75350Clone Commander Cody Helmet (Helmet Collection)Dec 31, 2024
75351Princess Leia (Boushh) Helmet (Helmet Collection)Dec 31, 2024
75352Emperor’s Throne Room Diorama (Diorama Collection)Dec 31, 2024
75353Endor Speeder Chase Diorama (Diorama Collection)Dec 31, 2024
75354Coruscant Guard GunshipDec 31, 2024
75356Executor Super Star Destroyer (Midi-scale Collection)Dec 31, 2024
75357Ghost & Phantom IIDec 31, 2024
75358Tenoo Jedi Temple (4+)Dec 31, 2024
75359332nd Ahsoka’s Clone Trooper Battle PackDec 31, 2024
75360Yoda’s Jedi StarfighterDec 31, 2024
75361Spider TankDec 31, 2024
75363The Mandalorian N-1 Starfighter MicrofighterDec 31, 2024
75364New Republic E-wing vs. Shin Hati’s StarfighterDec 31, 2024
75365Yavin 4 Rebel BaseDec 31, 2024
75368Darth Vader Mech (Character Mech)Dec 31, 2024
75369Boba Fett Mech (Character Mech)Dec 31, 2024
75370Stormtrooper Mech (Character Mech)Dec 31, 2024
75371ChewbaccaDec 31, 2024

Each of the LEGO Star Wars sets retiring in 2024 has been listed above. A few to note are the 75257 Millenium Falcon and 75290 Master Builder Series Mos Eisley Cantina. When both of these sets, alongside the 75313 UCS AT-AT, are close to retirement, expect the resale value of both too shoot up quite a bit. Whether this excites you, or terrifies you, depends entirely on your stance on investing in LEGO.

The only set to retire before the year’s up is the 75337 AT-TE Walker, set for retirement on July 31st, 2024.

It’s worth buying up these LEGO Star Wars sets before they’re retired

Before the end of the year, there’s a couple of LEGO Star Wars sets that you’re going to want to get your hands onto. As per our research regarding LEGO price statistics, the price of the most popular and iconic themes tends to increase fairly fast post-retirement.

75290 Mos Eisley Cantina (Master Builder Series)

The Mos Eisley Cantina set on a table.

When it’s retired, the 75290 Mos Eisley Cantina will have spent just over four years on store shelves. In that time, it’s been a highly coveted LEGO set thanks to the 21 Minifigures found inside. In years to come, I’d imagine that many of these will become some of the rarest LEGO Star Wars Minifigures thanks to their extremely unique and nostalgic themes. With Luke, R2, Han, Chewie, Ben Kenobi, Greedo and the Cantina band only a few names out of many, the cast of characters found here has to be one of the most impressive selections we’ve seen to date.

  • Price: £349 / $399
  • PIeces: 3187
  • Release Date: October 1st, 2020
  • Retirement Date: December 31st, 2024
  • Where to buy: Amazon, LEGO

75308 R2D2

The 75308 LEGO R2D2 held in the hands of a LEGO builder.

The current collection of LEGO Droids from Star Wars is pretty limited, with characters like BB-8 and BD-1 notably featuring. Well, R2D2 has been a staple within the LEGO Star Wars theme since its inception, even teasing the first ‘UCS’ set way back in 1999. Now, with the 75308 R2D2‘s scheduled retirement, you’re going to need to act fast to collect perhaps the most integral droid in your arsenal.

  • Price: £209 / $239
  • Pieces: 2314
  • Release Date: May 1st, 2021
  • Retirement Date: December 31st, 2024
  • Where to buy: Amazon, LEGO

75313 AT-AT (UCS)

The 75313 AT-AT on a storage cabinet.

When UCS sets from LEGO Star Wars head towards retirement, expect them to become incredibly hard to find. This is one of those sets that we estimate is going to be worth an absolute fortune a few years after its retirement date is behind us, so if you’re a collector who needs to complete their set, we’d recommend picking it up as soon as possible. Similarly, if you’re a LEGO investor, buy the 75313 AT-AT early, because when it’s no longer in retail you can expect prices to hit the roof.

  • Price: £734 / $849
  • Pieces: 6785
  • Release Date: November 26, 2021
  • Retirement Date: December 31st, 2024
  • Where to buy: Amazon, LEGO

75341 Luke Skywalker’s Landspeeder (UCS)

Another iconic UCS set potentially scheduled for retirement in 2024 is Luke Skywalker’s Landspeeder. One of the less expensive UCS sets out there, this is thanks to relatively low piece-count for the set. That doesn’t mean it’s a bad set by any means, and the final display serves the vehicle justice.

A LEGO Luke Skywalker's Landspeeder on a circular table.
  • Price: £209 / $239
  • Pieces: 1890
  • Release Date: May 4th, 2022
  • Retirement Date: December 31st, 2024
  • Where to buy: Amazon, LEGO

75356 Executor Super Star Destroyer

Already pretty hard to find at online retailers, I’ve luckily had the pleasure of reviewing the 75356 Exectutor Super Star Destroyer. An incredibly immersive build isn’t all this set has going for it, but like most other LEGO Star Wars sets it’s also going to look absolutely fantastic in your display. Thankfully, it’s not too expensive at retail price, meaning that it’s unlikely that it’s going to see an enormous resale price. Regardless, it’s a fantastic set that everyone would be pretty happy to have on their shelf, so what’s not to like?

  • Price: £59 / $69
  • Pieces: 630
  • Release Date: May 1st, 2023
  • Retirement Date: December 31st, 2024
  • Where to buy: Amazon, LEGO

LEGO Star Wars sets rumoured to retire in 2025

Set NumberNameRetirement Date
75192Millennium FalconDec 31, 2025
75325The Mandalorian’s N-1 StarfighterDec 31, 2025
75328The Mandalorian HelmetDec 31, 2025
75331The Razor CrestDec 31, 2025
75337AT-TE WalkerDec 31, 2025
75349Captain Rex HelmetDec 31, 2025
75355X-wing StarfighterDec 31, 2025
75362Ahsoka Tano’s T-6 Jedi ShuttleDec 31, 2025
75367Venator-class Republic Attack CruiserDec 31, 2025
75372Clone Trooper & Battle Droid Battle PackDec 31, 2025
75384The Crimson Firehawk (4+)Dec 31, 2025

Not all of these 2025 are confirmed just yet, and are provided via /u/ZombieYeti on Reddit.


We’re going to be keeping an eye out for the latest LEGO Star Wars sets to retire in 2024, though in the meantime you might consider finding out which ones will replace them through our ongoing list of upcoming LEGO Star Wars sets.

Do LEGO Star Wars sets increase in price after they are retired?

Most, if not all, LEGO Star Wars sets are going to see drastic price increases following their retirement. Both collectors and investors alike are going to be keen to get their hands on them, so it’s recommended that you stock up now before resale inflation sinks its fangs in.

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