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Calendar September 21, 2017 09/21/17 AuthorBy Subscription Box Mom Comments 0 Comments 0

Brick Loot September 2017 Review + Coupon

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Brick Loot September 2017 Review

Brick Loot September 2017 Review

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.

The Details:.

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

Shipping: $6.00/month

Coupon Use this link with the code kidceo to save $5.00. 

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

Everything shipped in a brick themed box.

First Look

First Look

Brick Loot

The theme for September is “Titanic Voyage”. The sticker is always themed to go with the box.

Information Card

The back of the information card has a list of everything in the box, along with pictures and descriptions.


There was a two sided information sheet about Titanic.  It was filled with 40 facts about the titanic.


Baseplate There was a blue baseplate to represent the ocean.

Light Up Brick

Light Up Brick I love the light up block to go with the blue baseplate.  There is an on/off switch, but my block didn't work upon arrival. I have never have had problem with my light up bricks before. I just need to find a new battery.

Exclusive 100% LEGO Build Designed by Dave Pickett

Exclusive 100% LEGO Build Designed by Dave Pickett  Dave runs the YouTube channel Brick 101 and the author of The LEGO Animation Book. I don't know how a shark fits in with a Titanic theme, but it is a cool build.  There was only 58 pieces, so it was really easy to put together.

Exclusive 100% LEGO Build Designed by Dave Pickett

The shark's mouth can open and close.

Titanic Ship

Titanic Ship This build has 194 pieces! This build was pretty hard.  My husband ended up finishing the piece.  We had some issues with some pieces popping apart, so we had to result in using Kragle.

Captain I.C. Berg

Captain I.C. Berg This custom minifigure is made of 100% real LEGOs. United Bricks makes custom outfits for real LEGO bricks.

Captain I.C. Berg

Here is Captain I.C. Berg.


This is our finished Titanic with Captain I.C. Berg.

Brick Loot September 2017 Review

Brick Loot September 2017 Review

Final Thought: I really loved the theme this month, but the Titanic ship was pretty hard to put together. I was also disappointed that our light up brick didn't work.  The shark was a great build and one both of my kids loved. Use this link with the code kidceo to save $5.00. 

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This entry was posted in Brick Loot Reviews, Children Subscriptions, Subscription Box Reviews and tagged: on Thursday, September 21st, 2017 by Subscription Box Mom

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