Brick Loot September 2016 Review + Coupon + October 2016 Spoiler
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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 and 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 LEGO themed boxes are so cute. I love cute looking boxes.
The theme for this box is Bricks to the Rescue. There is always a matching themed sticker to go with the box.
The information card has a list of everything in the box with descriptions for each item.
Lite Up Brick This brick can be incorporated into any of the builds in this month’s box. When you press the button on the black brick, the blue and red lights, light up.
Metro Police Helicopter This set makes a police helicopter. My son was really excited to build this, but the directions are not the best. The black pieces on the directions all blended in together. Brick Loot recognized the issue before I could reach out to them and send better instructions in their newsletter.
This is the finished helicopter. We added the flashing lights to the helicopter to make it more realistic. Both of my boys loved playing with this.
Exclusive Art Print by Felix Winter This print is a cute picture can be framed and is already in my son’s room. The print was designed by Felix Winter, who has been creating graphic prints since 2007.
Fireman and Police Minifigures These
Fyre Mech This set has 59 pieces and turns into a firefighter robot. This was made with real LEGO pieces and was easy to assemble.
Assessory Kit This pack has 9 accessories that work great with City LEGOs.
Weapons Pack This pack contained 14 different weapons. These go nicely with the police minifigures, but also work well with military sets. There was even a tiny graenade.
These are the completed builds with the extra mini figures. These were fun to assemble and play with.
Final Thought Both of my children loved this box. The two builds and all the accessories made for lots of play. My kids love getting this box and playing all their new toys. If you want to try Brick Loot, use the code boxmom12 to save 12% (Good on 1 and 3 month subscriptions).
October 2016 Spoiler
The theme for October is GAME ON!
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