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 month is Welcome To Brick City!
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 April 2017 Brick Loot box!
Street Sign Sticker Pack: These stickers are excellent for adding to some leftover bricks to make some signs for your city! Brick Loot warns they’re super sticky!
Exclusive Brick Loot Art Print by Greg Hyland
A fun print from Greg Hyland – Brickzilla terrorizing Lego City!
United Bricks Soda Delivery Man Custom Minifigure
There’s a custom minifig in each box!
This guy is ready to deliver some Brix Cola!
Lots of great details, including shirt wrinkles!
Is anyone thirsty?!
Everything was included to make this fabulous brick-cessary!
Simple but cute and the sticker adds just the right touch.
The perfect pair!
Mini City Brick Loot Store Build Designed by Joe Meno
Every month Brick Loot typically includes at least 2 builds – 1 exclusive build using authentic pieces, and 1 (or more!) LEGO-compatible build. This one is 100% LEGO parts.
We built a fun ice cream shop!
There’s a little counter and windows and everything. This went together quickly.
Mini City Neighborhood Soda Shop
This LEGO-compatible build is more complex.
This used lots of smaller parts so my 6 year old needed help, but most builders would just do just fine with it. I thought this was a great relaxing build, and then I made my husband stick the stickers on (I did the ice cream shop one and he had to redo it!).
The details are great – it’s like you went to a Brix Cola mega store!
The inside featured an array of beverages, including Brix Zero!
I don’t know why I had so many pieces left over. The set did come with a brick separator, as well as a connector for the two builds.
They look great together!
Clearly the delivery guy is carrying Brix Cola from the factory to the ice cream shop so floats can be made!
This box was full of good solid builds that add some character to lots of different City scenes, plus a few fun extras. My child literally asks me about this box every single day. It’s an excellent subscription box for any LEGO fan or builder!
What do you think about Brick Loot?