LEGO has implemented a virtual queueing system on its website, just in time for the busiest time of year.
I took the screenshot at about 23:30 GMT last night but then didn't see it again when placing an order just after midnight, and I don't think anyone has mentioned it in the comments to the other article so presumably the server isn't under too much stress this weekend.
While we are on the subject of website traffic, Brickset was exceedingly busy night after we revealed the 2021 sets. We were among the first to do so, I think. Can you guess how many concurrent users there were at 8pm, and how many pages per second were being served?
Find out after the break...
© 2020 Brickset.com. Republication prohibited without prior permission.
Please use our links: LEGO.com • Amazon
Brickset.com is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, the Amazon.com.ca, Inc. Associates Program and the Amazon EU Associates Programme, which are affiliate advertising programs designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to Amazon.
As an Amazon Associate we earn from qualifying purchases.