Creator Expert 10294 LEGO Titanic Ship: Pre-Order Sold Out

The 18+ LEGO Creator Expert 10294 Titanic Ship set was made available for pre-orders to the general public and LEGO VIPs on November 1st, 2021 at LEGO Shop at Home (USA | Canada | UK). Not even within a day of pre-order release, the set is now currently listed as temporarily out of stock at LEGO Shop at Home (USA | Canada). This means they are no longer accepting any more pre-orders at this time. The official release date for the 18+ LEGO Creator Expert 10294 Titanic Ship set is November 8, 2021. This means that there is a potential that there may be some additional stock coming in on that day.

For those living in the UK, LEGO Shop at Home UK is still accepting pre-orders but with a shipping date of November 29, 2021. LEGO Shop at Home Australia has the set listed as coming soon on November 8, 2021.

LEGO Shop at Home (USA | Canada | UK | Australia) offers free shipping on orders above $35 USD / $35 CAD / £50 GBP / $149 AUD. If you are LEGO VIP member (free to join), you also get LEGO VIP rewards points as well. LEGO VIP rewards work out to be 5% back in LEGO reward dollars.

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gary

I was able to get a preorder in on 10/31 at 11pm (CDT) . At 3am (CDT) there was no more preordering. So around a 4 hour preordering window.

Charles

I was in the same (life)boat as you! :o)

gary

I wonder if the potential delay in shipping is due to the items being stuck on a container ship on the west coast??? With companies not wanting to keep lots of inventory on the shelf and with “just in time” delivery, that might be a real possibility.