Are you a fan of both Harry Potter and LEGO? Then you’ve hit the jackpot with LEGO Harry Potter, which brings together the magic of Hogwarts with the fun of LEGO building. With intricate details and beloved characters, it’s no wonder this Harry Potter LEGO franchise is so popular. From casting spells to building Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry brick by brick, these sets capture the essence of the Harry Potter universe in a fun and interactive way. Released in 2020, one of the standout sets is the LEGO Harry Potter Astronomy Tower. This set allows you to construct a vital piece of Hogwarts, complete with classrooms and a stunning observatory. But what’s even better is that you can recreate scenes from the Harry Potter series with your own LEGO creations. Whether you’re helping Harry and Dumbledore escape the tower or simply soaking in the stunning views, the Astronomy Tower Harry Potter set is sure to please both young and old fans alike. So, grab your wand and get building with the LEGO Harry Potter Astronomy Tower.
The LEGO® Harry Potter™ Hogwarts™ Astronomy Tower (75969) is an exciting set with 971 pieces. It features iconic locations, beloved characters, and authentic details from the Harry Potter movies. With this LEGO Hogwarts set, fans can immerse themselves in the enchanting world of a magical castle. The set includes 8 Minifigures: Harry Potter, Hermione Granger™, Horace Slughorn, Luna Lovegood™, Neville Longbottom™, Ron Weasley™, Lavender Brown, Draco Malfoy™, and Hedwig™. Relive memorable scenes and create your own adventures with familiar places and popular characters from movies like Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince™. The set also comes with a range of genuine and unique accessories like mandrake plants, letters, wands, and a book of potions.
Will this set enable you to magic up a good return on your money? Let’s find out!
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LEGO Harry Potter Astronomy Tower is another good looking set from the ever popular Harry Potter theme, this set is currently available at £75.95 at Amazon, a 16% discount to its £89.99 RRP.
Launched in May 2020, LEGO Harry Potter Astronomy Tower is potentially going to retire at the end of this year or in 2024 if not, so is it an investment to pick up before then?
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A solid reliable theme which has delivered double digit annualised growth over a long period and one we are happy to recommend investments from. No concrete evidence as yet but it does seem as though their may be a resurgence towards Harry Potter again compared to recent years too.
LEGO Harry Potter Hogwarts Castle (4757) is a strong example of the theme, had an RRP of £79.99 when it retired in 2005 and is now worth close to £400, nearly 5 times as much with annualised growth of 10%.
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The sub theme is a bit thin on the ground to form strong opinions on, with there only being 2 retired sets and one of those only retired last December.
The older set is LEGO Harry Potter The Burrow (4840) which retired in 2011 with an RRP of £61.99 and is now worth £166, representing annualised growth of 9% over the 11+ years it has been retired.
We’d be happy enough if this set was a clear guide to the performance of the Harry Potter Astronomy Tower.
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The 16% discount available at Amazon currently on LEGO Harry Potter Astronomy Tower is just enough to tip us over the line into recommending this as an investment.
A solid if unspectacular theme but little evidence to go on from the sub theme left us on the fence at RRP so either buy at Amazon now or keep an eye out for future pre-retirement discounts.