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LEGO Ideas NASA Saturn V (21309) Amazon & Walmart Sale – January 2020

If you missed out on the sale for the LEGO Ideas NASA Saturn V (21309) a few weeks ago, Amazon and Walmart currently has it for 14% off. It not much as it is only about $17 off the retail price but any deal is a good deal. Considering that LEGO has announced that it has been retired, this is probably your final chance to get it if you still need it.


LEGO Ideas NASA Apollo Saturn V (21309) Amazon Sale – November 2019

The LEGO Ideas NASA Apollo Saturn V (21309) has been discounted again by 25% to $89.99 on Amazon. This is one of the sets that will be retiring by the end of the year so get it now while you can or risk paying a higher than retail price after it is no longer widely available in a few months. Note that this price is for Frustration-Free Packaging and there’s a chance that Amazon will ship it just with the product box. More often than not, it will ship in the cardboard box that it came in for additional protection.


LEGO Ideas NASA Apollo Saturn V (21309) Amazon Sale – October 2019

The LEGO Ideas NASA Apollo Saturn V (21309) is currently discounted by 25% and is now priced at $89.99. If you saw my post of upcoming retiring sets, the Saturn V is on the list so now is a great time to pick it up before it goes away. Keep in mind that i is for the Frustration-Free Packaging which could either mean that it ships inside the LEGO shipping box or a shipping label could be slapped on the Saturn box itself. It’s a coin toss but at least you can always get a refund if you don’t like how you receive it.


LEGO Ideas Apollo Saturn V (21309) Amazon Sale – September 2019

The LEGO Ideas Apollo Saturn V (21309) is currently back on sale for $99.99 on Amazon. Unless there’s a flash sale, this price is probably the lowest we’ll see it priced at if it goes on sale. As of this writing, this price applies to both types of packaging. For $99.99, this is a good price for what you get.


LEGO Ideas NASA Apollo Saturn V (21309) on Sale at Walmart

If you’re looking for a deal on the LEGO Ideas NASA Apollo Saturn V (21309), Walmart currently has it on sale for $104.99. It’s not a big sale but you usually don’t find this set on sale so any discount on it is a good deal. Plus you can either get free 2-day shipping or free pickup at your nearest store.


LEGO Ideas NASA Apollo Saturn V (21309) Back on Shop@Home

If you’ve been waiting for the LEGO Ideas NASA Apollo Saturn V (21309) to come back on Shop@Home, you’re in luck. It looks like the highly popular set is available for purchase with a limit of 2 per household. Get it while you can since it’s been very low on quantity on Shop@Home. Hopefully there is plenty of stock to last for a while.


LEGO Ideas NASA Apollo Saturn V (21309) Not Being Retired Soon

As we all know by now, the availability of the LEGO Ideas NASA Apollo Saturn V (21309) has been sporadic since its release since June. We’ve seen spurts of it going back on Shop@Home and on Amazon then going temporarily out of stock again shortly after. Back in July, there was an update saying that production would run through 2018 so we shouldn’t worry that much.

A month goes by and there’s now a new rumor going around that it has been retired from production. Hasan Jensen from the LEGO Ideas team, this time on the LEGO Ambassador Network, has reiterated that,

The LEGO Ideas 21309 NASA Apollo Saturn V set has NOT been retired and will not be retiring anytime soon either, as we wish to offer the chance for many more fans to get the opportunity to purchase a copy of the set.

This is another reassurance for fans who still want to pick up the set and just be patient on it as I’m sure LEGO is frantically trying to produce more as we speak. I feel that LEGO has learned its lesson on producing limited quantity sets such as the NASA Mars Science Laboratory Curiosity Rover (21104) and the Research Institute (21110) as this set is equally, if not more, popular than the previous ones. You can check out Hasan’s full statement below and I’ll update if the Saturn V is back in stock, even for a short time.

It has come to our attention that rumours have again surfaced claiming that

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