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The 1,500-Piece Lego Indiana Jones Set Is On Sale For A Great Price

Relive the iconic opening sequence of Indiana Jones: Raiders of the Lost Ark with this adorable Lego set.


Several Indiana Jones-inspired Lego sets have released over the years, but for longtime fans of the archeologist-adventurer, the jewel of the collection nods back to the magic of Indy's first adventure. Lego Indiana Jones Temple of the Golden Idol is a cool interactive playset that normally goes for $150, but for a limited time, you can snag this Lego set for only $120 at Walmart. If Walmart sells out, Amazon has the set listed for $127 right now. Just remember to start the plane when you've got your hands on the tiny golden idol.

Lego Indiana Jones: Temple of the Golden Idol
Lego Indiana Jones: Temple of the Golden Idol

Directly inspired by the opening sequence of Raiders of the Lost Ark, you'll get a model comprised of various sections of the temple Indy investigates in the opening minutes. There aren't any snakes, but there are four minifigures--Indiana Jones, Satipo, Belloq, and a Hovitos Warrior--traps, interactive features, and a massive boulder for that added touch of authenticity.

It's a pretty intensive set to build as well, so you're going to want to clear your schedule when you start sorting through over 1,500 Lego pieces and assembling them into something you can proudly display on your shelf. Once you're done, this set will clock in at 8 inches in length and is 20 inches wide. For something a little different but also very nostalgic, the Lego Optimus Prime kit is also on sale.

This is a very big and impressive replica of the Autobot leader, as it leans heavily into the character's G1 aesthetics and even transforms. Normally $180, it's on sale for $144 and makes for a very fun afternoon of building. The completed figure looks like he jumped straight out of the animated series, and he comes with several neat extras as well.

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