Brick Loot April 2018 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.

Brick Loot Box is super cute!

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This month’s theme is FOOD FIGHT!

The card gives a little description of expected items in the box.

Everything inside the box!

No Kragle Iron On Patch. This patch is an exclusive item from Brick Loot. It features a No Kragle sign!

The Kragle is a “superweapon” used by the main antagonist in The LEGO Movie. It produces glue and it’s just fitting to put a No Kragle sign everywhere because we don’t want the whole world to be glued together! We loved this!

The back of the packaging includes instructions on how to apply the patch on a bag or a piece of clothing by ironing.

Mr. Frie AKA The Fry Guy. Mr. Frie wears a red cap, a red and white top with thin stripes, and red pants.

He looks like he’s ready to serve us some delicious fries!

There’s even a cute little print of fries on his back.

That smile on his face is a nice touch too!

Ultimate Food Pack. They weren’t kidding when they said that the theme is Food Fight. We received one whole pack of food items for our LEGO city!

This food accessory pack contains 65 pieces!

The back of the packet is transparent so you can already see what’s inside, and that’s really a lot of food stuff to sell!

I am seeing sausages, fish, fruits, chicken, seafood, and desserts. There’s even a croissant and ice cream!

I tried to sort them all and there were 11 kinds of food plus 2 kinds of dinner wares.

Frank’s Hotdog Cart Exclusive 100% LEGO. Next on our food-themed LEGO pieces is this mobile hotdog cart designed by Kevin Szeto.

It has 67 pieces in total!

The LEGO pieces came in a plastic pack. There’s also an instruction sheet you can easily follow when building the cart.

Mr. Frie’s French Fry Stand. We already have Mr. Frie, so it’s just fitting to get a french fry stand.

This is a bit more trickier to make because it has contains more pieces of LEGO — 143 in total! The parts are separated in plastic packs and it also came with an instruction leaflet.

My son is excited to build the whole thing!

Here’s the hotdog cart, complete with the condiment containers!

It also has the classic red and yellow roof, plus a hotdog grill. It’s well detailed!

The french fries stand looks fantastic. It even has a signage for the sizes and prices!

The insides of the concept store look cool as well.

It’s such an impressive piece! We can’t wait to put it in our LEGO city!

My kids playing with their toys, and as you can see, they were wild about them!

Brick Loot is for LEGO enthusiasts, young and old alike! We love this month’s food-themed LEGO pieces, especially the food cart and the fries stand. We’re so impressed by how detailed everything is, and they’re really high-quality. Another thing we love about this subscription is that they send lots of exclusive items for subscribers! It’s fun and fulfilling to see our own LEGO collection grow! ‘Til next month, Brick Loot!

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