Brick Loot Subscription Box for Kids that LOVE Legos! Review

Brick Loot is a box subscription company for LEGO and Brick fanatics! Subscribers will receive a monthly box filled with unique, custom and never-before-seen items including Custom LEGO Kits, LEGO Minifigures and more.

Brick Loot boxes are 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. Retail value of $45+.

Invented by a 9 yr old, this box is fun for ages 6 – 99!

Subscription Plans (shipped on the 10th of each month)

1 Month: $27.00 plus $6 shipping.

3 Months: $25.00 plus $6 shipping.

6 Months: $24.95 plus $6 shipping.

Cancel at anytime!

My kids LOVE Legos and building blocks. They cannot get enough. A subscription box is perfect for them, and it will be a surprise to them since they won’t know what is in the box until it arrives! The box we received was all about one of my kids favorite places in Jacksonville, Sweet Pete’s!

Included in this box are the following:

62 piece Cotton Candy Cart designed exclusively for Brick Loot. My kids are loving this little cart and pushing it around!

126 piece Mini City Candy Shop. This set is so cute and reminds my kids so much for the real Sweet Pete’s Candy Shop!

 

 

Sweet Pete’s Candy Man Figure and Candy Shop Sweets. These are the perfect addition to the Candy Shop!

 

Candy Tray¬†the looks like lego pieces! It also includes a special gummy recipe from Sweet Pete’s! My kids are so excited to try this out!

 

My kids are having a blast with this set. They love how it is themed and have fun incorporating them into the other lego sets they own.

This would make a great gift this holiday season for any Lego fan in your life! Make sure to use the below code for savings!

 

My readers get to save! Save 12% of Brickloot using code “usfamily12”

 

*I received a complimentary box for review. All my thoughts are my own. 

Marijean

My name is MJ. I have wonderful 2 children and work part time as well as volunteer at my children’s school.

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