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Brick Loot kindly sent me the August 2015 Brick Loot Box, and it was incredibly fun! Brick Loot is a subscription box for people who love LEGOs. It is designed for ages 6 and up and is $27.00/month, plus $6.00 shipping. Each box is filled with Legos, Lego compatible products and other brick items.
Cost: $27.00/month, $25.00/month for 3 months, $23.00/month for 6 months
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 â€“ 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.
Brick Loot’s box looks like a little building brick.
Brick Loot includes a two sided information card. The theme for this month is “Rise of the Brickbots”.
LiteupBlocks: LiteupBlocks has been in Brick Loot boxes before. These bricks have a button that makes them light up. This isn’t the best picture, but I used it later in the review, so you can see how it works.
Xerk-Bots 5 Pack: Five different robots were included. You can put each of them together, then combine them for a MEGA-BOT.
It was really fun making each robot.
Each of the robots can come together to make a MEGA-BOT. You can build your own MEGA-BOT enter to win three months of Brick Loot.
The MEGA-BOT was a bit tricky to make, but it turned out pretty awesome.
I used the light up blocks to make the chest and face glow.
Ameno-bot Exclusive Brick Loot Build: Designed by Joe Meno, he is an editor for BrickJournal. This is an exclusive build for Brick Loot and 1 in 20 are signed by the artist, mine wasn’t.
This is the finished bot!
Al B, Back Mini Figure: This is a cool custom figure of the Terminator (Al B. Back). My husband is putting this on his geek shelf in his office.
Light it up with Laser Pegs This brick blinks and pulses. You can use this in a build or wear it as a lanyard. This would a great accessory to wear at Halloween.
There was a Brickbot sticker and a trading card of Parker Krex, founder of Brick Loot.
Final Thought: This was a fantastic box and just plain fun. While I completed the robots for the review, my 6-year-old is working on creating his own MEGA-BOT. Brick Loot is a great box for brick lovers. They included fun builds and unique toys. If you want to try Brick Loot, use the code boxmom10 to save 10%. Also, Brick Loot is giving one reader a free month of Brick Loot. Just enter below for a chance to win!