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Calendar February 17, 2015 02/17/15 AuthorBy Subscription Box Mom Comments 1 Comment 1

February 2015 Brick Loot Review + Coupon

Disclosure: This box was received free for review purposes


Brick Loot is a building block subscription box for kids 6 and up through adulthood.  I loved Legos as a child and my 5-year-old is starting to get excited about them now.  Brick Loot is a really cool subscription filled with various kinds of Legos, Lego compatible products and brick items.  I reviewed the December box, so I was really excited to check out the February box.

The Details:.

Cost: $27.00/month, $25.00/month for 3 months, $23.00/month for 6 months

Coupon:  Click HERE and use the code boxmom2 for 10% off 1 or 3 month subscriptions exp March 1st.

Shipping: $6.00/month

What's in the box? Monthly boxes can include unique items including LEGO, LEGO compatible products and brick items.

When does the box ship? Boxes ship the 5th of each month. Depending on where you live you should receive your box between the 8th – 15th of the month.

When am I charged? You will be charged on the 1st of the month depending on your subscription. If you have a monthly then you will be charged on the 1st of every month. If you have a 3 month subscription you will be charged on the 1st every 3 months.

How do I cancel? You must cancel your subscription before the 25th of the month in order to not receive the following month's box.

Website: http://www.brickloot.com/


 Brick Loot's boxes are so cool, they look like a real Lego brick.


First Look:  There was tissue paper on top, but this is the first real look.


The front of the information card is really bright and colorful.


The back of the information card lists everything in the box.  They also give you links to all the companies that provide the custom pieces.


Wampa Snack Maker – Brick Loot Exclusive:  I couldn't find this company online.  This silicone container is made to make Lego molds out of your favorite juice, jello or chocolate.  I want to make jello blocks from these, but we are snowed in at the moment.

PicMonkey Collage

This is what the snack maker looks like.


CapeMadness Capes These little capes fit right on your Lego figures.  The light brown is a vest, the middle is a rock n' roll cape and the third is a trench coat.  You can also have custom capes mentioned with pictures.


Star Wars Light Up Block: $5.00  I am a huge Star Wars fan.  This is a “real” light up light saber.  There is a button on the brick that makes the wand light up.


This is what the light saber looks like.


Brickmania Custom Water Slide Decal Kit This is another exclusive custom set for Brick Loot.  This set contains 3 Lego people, and custom decals. I couldn't wait to try these out.  You can watch a video of how these work HERE.


This is a look at everything in the kit.  You use the sand paper to sand off the existing paint, so you can apply the decal.


I chose to decal the last guy in my picture above.  I really had a blast putting this decal on.  I am trying to decide what to do with the other two guys.


Abbie Dabbles Custom Spaceship: $18.00 (for similar products)  This is a custom build exclusively for Brick Loot.  I linked to a similar size/style piece on Abble Dabbles.  This is made with real Lego bricks.


I love a big pile of rainbow bricks.


There was a two-sided set of directions.  They were really easy to follow.


This is the finished spaceship!  This was really fun to build and my son had a great time flying it.


Brick Journal $8.95 I had never heard of Brick Journal before, but it is a great magazine.  Brick Journal is filled articles about customizing your Legos at a whole new level.  This makes my inner geek happy.


There was an article about Sean Kenney, a man who makes beautiful sculptures out of Legos.


There were two coupons/ads included in the box.  BrickStix are reusable stickers for your Lego bricks.  You can find them at TARGET.  There was also an advertisement for Nanoblocks.  You can save 15% off Nanoblocks with the code BRICKLOOT15.


Final Thought: This was a fantastic box.  I couldn't a full retail of this box, but I feel it's well worth the $27.00.  The few products I got a value on, the total came to $31.95.  Brick Loot is a really fun subscription box for anyone who loves Legos.   If you are interested in getting this box, click HERE and use the code boxmom2 for 10% off 1 or 3 month subscriptions.  This coupon expires March 1st.

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This entry was posted in Brick Loot Reviews and tagged: on Tuesday, February 17th, 2015 by Subscription Box Mom

1 Comment(s)

  1. Anna, February 17, 2015:

    Sounds fantastic. I’ll definitely subscribe for my boys.

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