There’s been a load of sets that have come out from the LEGO Ideas platform since its original inception around the turn of the first decade of the 21st Century. Still, none of these sets seem to have gained the “longevity” of Ideas set #17, NASA Apollo Saturn V (21309).
It first came out in June 1 of the previous year, but despite being retired it’s been seeing more sales appearances at one LEGO partner retailer after another. And now the latest retail brand to put a sale on the very sought-after LEGO Ideas NASA Apollo Saturn V (21309) rocket set is Walmart.
On its official listing at the Walmart website, the LEGO Ideas Apollo 11 Saturn V (21309) will go for about $119.99 per set. That’s not particularly big discount wise, but with how LEGO collectors seem to pounce on the set every time it goes on sale, interested buyers best hurry. The Waltmart listing for this sought after LEGO Ideas set is still up at Walmart as of this writing, so if you’re still contemplating to get this set I suggest that you act on it asap.
The NASA Apollo 11 Saturn V (21309) was co-created by Austria’s Felix “saabfan” Stiessen and France’s Valerie “whatsuptoday” Roche, prominent members of the LEGO Ideas submission platform who have since continued to put forth new product ideas for support and review to become official LEGO sets.