Brick Loot March 2017 Subscription Box Review & Coupon

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Brick Loot is a monthly subscription box filled with LEGO-compatible items, bricks, and brick building accessories for LEGO fans. Brick Loot box is filled with 4-8 items that were hand picked by Brick specialists who scour the world for the newest and coolest products for you to collect.

The theme for this one is Brickasaurus World!

DEAL: Get 15% off any subscription with coupon code hello15.

All the information is supplied on the card, including info about the different aftermarket companies that design brick accessories.

Everything in the March 2017 Brick Loot box!

This month’s Brickloot was a bit different that normal. The box always has a mini-fig and an exclusive build, plus another build, or two, or three, a sticker, and an accessory or two. It is a great subscription for adding bricks, specialty accessories like lighting elements, and themed mini-figs to your collection – it often serves as a sampler pack for trying out products from various third-party LEGO-compatible vendors. This box went wild with builds!  Apart from the promised mini-fig and exclusive build, it had SIX dino builds!

United Bricks Creator of the Park Minifigure: modeled after John Hammond, the creator of the original Jurassic Park, this figure is outfitted for a dino-safari, complete with stetson and bejeweled walking staff.

The face and shirt have alot of detail. Your can see bloodshot eyes through his glasses, and his shirt has a frumpy look to it.

Even the back of the character has a few key details to complete the effect.

Tyler Clites Tricerablox: This little build was designed especially for Brick Loot.

The kit includes all the genuine LEGOS needed for the build, plus detailed color instructions.

Our son waits for Brickloot to show up, then he pounces on the box. The instructions are drawn clearly enough that he can follow them without assistance.

So cute! I like the use of different shades of blue to add some interest.

This build incorporates movable pieces at the tail and upper jaw, allowing these parts to be posed.

With all the dino builds included in the box, everyone got in on the action! Each kit had its own set of instructions.

The kids had a great time! They literally played with the dinosaurs all that day and through the weekend – they made up names and backstories for each dinosaur, acting out storylines they created. They kept themselves occupied for days! Thank you, Brickloot!

There was a blue pterodactyl.

A brown ankylosaurus

A green and yellow ceratopsoidea.

Another ankylosaur of some kind.

A baby Tyrannosaurus Rex.

And an orange velociraptor.

This Brickloot was the kids’ favorite so far, judging by the time they played with it. Each of the little builds even had a secondary, vehicular form! This box is a great value for the amount of play we get out of it.

What do you think about Brick Loot?


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