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I wonder how long it takes to remove 41999 from [email protected] (Europe).
By the way, I went through Copenhagen during my trip and visited the Lego Store, they had 1 left on 22nd August, it was not on the shelves, but behind the register counter.
-Costa Mesa store reportedly sold out by about noon Monday
-Mission Viejo store surprisingly lasted until 8:00pm or so Monday
-Glendale store likely sold out soon after opening Monday; they reportedly only received a very limited supply
-Anaheim store reportedly received no stock (check back Thurs)
-Ontario reportedly received no stock (apparently wont get any more)
I'll answer it all the same. It'd be nice to understand where claims such as these come from. Was it in a communique you interecepted? Was it your brother in law? Was it your cat?
That said, for any reputable member in the know to reveal their source would be kind of dumb, so pretty much a waste of time asking.
YellowCastle asked me a 2 word question basically the same manner that the poster above was... It is expected... I certainly didn't take it as being disrespectful... Most people here that are "In the know" just got their info from someone who works at a Lego store anyways.. :)
But I do have a question for you, in which country was the store located?
In USA it should have been $200.
I may be able to hook you up with a 41999.
Thanks to @sidersdd though, I'll be taking a LEGO break here soon :o)