Brick Loot May 2020 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. Every themed Brick Loot box is filled with 4-8 items that were handpicked by Brick specialists who scour the world for the newest and coolest products for you to collect. Usually, you can expect a custom mini-fig, two or more custom builds, and lighting or other customization products. A monthly box is $27.28, with discounts for longer subscription plans.

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We’ve got a lot of pretty interesting items here!

Most of the items came in their original packaging.

This month’s theme is YOU’VE GOT MAIL!

Every box comes with an information card that provides a short description of each item.

Everything in my box!

Letter Carrier 100% Custom Printed LEGO Minifigure. This month’s featured mini-figure is every dog’s best running mate, Mr. Mailman!

The back of the mini-figure’s packaging tells us the Brick Loot story. Also, if you’re a Minifigure enthusiast, you can visit the Minifig Vault and see thousands of rare LEGO mini-figures, and more!

This mini-figure wears the regular mailman outfit including a blue long-sleeved polo, grey pants, and a blue cap.

Also featured at the back of the mailman’s shirt is the company’s logo!

Mail Pack – Custom Printed Tiles. To match the mini-figure, we also have here 3 pieces of custom printed tiles!

The custom tiles are also mail-inspired!

One is a brown box with a priority mail label, next is an airmail letter, and the third and our most favorite is the Brick Loot box! My son absolutely flipped out over it!

Here’s Mr. Mailman, ready to deliver all the packages!

Mail Delivery Truck Exclusive 100% LEGO Build Designed by Vadims Sendže. This month’s featured Lego build is a white Mail Delivery Truck designed by Vadims Sendze. He is an outstanding brick designer known for his beautiful Lego builds.

The kit includes a detailed instruction manual and a bag that contains 85-pieces of exclusive Lego bricks.

Here’s how the delivery mail truck looks after a few minutes of building. We did need to add a few white tiles to get the roof of the truck to fit over mail dude. Whoops! This might be the first time that’s ever happened but the kids located some tiles quickly in our stash/playroom floor.

It’s a 4-wheeled truck with white as its base color with red and blue stripes line.

This truck also comes with a pair of huge side mirrors and a single drive seat. What an impressive Lego build!

Post Office. Here’s a new addition to our Lego Mini City, the Post Office building!

The box includes an instruction booklet, postal stickers, and 2 bags of exclusive Lego bricks!

It’s a well-designed Lego building that features a huge Postal Service banner and a pair of wide glass doors. There’s even a blue mailbox and a tree in front.

When you look at this side of the building, you’ll see that the office is shaped and designed like a big mail box!

This Postal Office is complete with all the desk, tables, and cabinets on the side where all the mails are being kept. We really love it!

Here’s Mr. Mailman checking all the packages he’s going to deliver.

Mr. Mailman easily fits in the driver’s seat!

This is definitely one of the cutest Lego themes they’ve had!

This month’s theme is really fun! We love all the mail-related Lego items in this box, especially the mail truck and, of course, Mr. Mailman! The mail-themed tiles are also cute and they even included a Lego tile version of the sky blue-colored Brickloot box. Putting the Lego pieces together is really fun, my kids and enjoyed working on it so much. If you are a Lego fan and collector like us, I’m sure you’ll enjoy this just as we did! This particular theme was one of my 9 year old’s favorites ever!

What do you think about Brick Loot?

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