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Brick Loot Subscription Box Review – May 2015

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Brick Loot Subscription Box Review - May 2015 - Box

Brick Loot is a box from a new but growing trend of LEGO subscription services! My kids are HUGE LEGO fanatics, so I was really interested in trying this out with them!

Brick Loot kindly sent us this box for review purposes. (Check out the review process post to learn more about how we review boxes).

Brick Loot Subscription Box Review - May 2015 - Inside

The Subscription Box: Brick Loot

The Cost: $33 / month ($27 + $6 shipping) with options to save money on longer subscription lengths

The Products: Interlocking bricks, brick sets, and accessories from various manufacturers

Ships to: US only

Brick Loot Subscription Box Review - May 2015 - Info

The information card that comes with this subscription is pretty large and details all the included products. It also lists the websites where similar items can be purchased. It looks like from this month’s info card that we will be making some art! On the left is a subscription card and coupon for Brick Journal magazine.

Brick Loot Subscription Box Review - May 2015 - Jet Minifigure

Wing Warriors 3-Play – Value $8?

Vermin Man Minifigure – Value $20

Both of these items are Brick Loot exclusives! The minifigure sure looks menacing! I am basing the value for this one on the manufacturer’s other minifigures. My kids also like these little 3-Play sets because they can be assembled into three different toys! I am guessing on the value of this one based on the number of pieces, similar kits, and the exclusivity.

Brick Loot Subscription Box Review - May 2015 - Mosaics

Mosaic Kits – $10 each?

I had no idea that interlocking brick mosaics were a thing, but apparently, they are huge! Brick Loot included two different mosaic kits, plus they are having a contest to see who can come up with the coolest design! So fun! For the value, I had almost no idea how to come up with these. There are large mosaic kits that are about $60, but from what I could tell on the internet, people more often use base plates and parts from lego pieces they have in their collections. In any case, the boys both thought these were awesome, and I think they will get a lot of use!

Brick Loot Subscription Box Review - May 2015 - Watch

Lego Watch – $30?

This is another value estimate based on the style of the watch. The one I saw on Rings & Tings is almost identical to this watch, but similar ones can actually be much more pricey! This is a very cool watch, but unfortunately it is an adult size, so my kids couldn’t wear it. They did give it to an older friend who really liked it, though!

The Verdict: This is our second package from Brick Loot, and the kids really love them! The value I came up with this time is $78, but as I said, these are estimates, so I may be way off. Taking the money out of the picture, we got a minifigure, a 3-in-1 vehicle, two small mosaic kits and a very cool watch for $33. Plus I think we will get lots of use out of these items, so I am very happy with the value! Additionally, last time I reviewed Brick Loot, there was a question about the quality of these pieces as they are not Lego brand. I am happy to report that we have not had any issues so far with either ill-fitting or missing pieces. We are becoming big Brick Loot fans!

What do you think of Brick Loot?

Written by Anna Rodriguez

Anna Rodriguez

Anna has been a fan of subscription boxes since joining Birchbox in 2013, but didn’t become a true addict until discovering subscriptions she could share with her children. Her favorites include Kiwi Crate and Fab Kids.
All views in this review are the opinion of the author. My Subscription Addiction will never accept payment in exchange for a review, but will accept a box at no cost to provide honest opinions on the box. This post may contain affiliate/referral links. Read the complete My Subscription Addiction disclosure.

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