Last Updated on September 7, 2022 by ellen
Even though the kids are all grown up at my house, we’re still huge LEGO fans. We have a giant tub of LEGO blocks upstairs that we build with even as adults.
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LEGO Compatible Subscription Box
It’s relaxing and a fun way to get the creative juices flowing. We’re always interested in adding new pieces to our LEGO collection. That means we can do even more fun things with them. When I learned that there was a new LEGO-compatible subscription box, I couldn’t wait to share my thoughts with you.
Created by a then 9 -year-old boy, brick fanatics are going crazy over Brick Loot! Brick Loot is a subscription box company geared towards brick and LEGO fans.
Their goal is to make parents’ and grandparents’ lives easier by delivering new toys direct to a child’s (or adult) home. The kids eagerly anticipate new toys at their doorstep each month.
This surprise box is delivered monthly to customers of all ages and has so many fun things inside! We got the latest and greatest brick sets and accessories, including the fan favorite, LEGO. The contents include unique items you cannot buy at your average toy store around the corner.
The box subscription starts at $25.00 a month and varies depending on your subscription selection. The New York Times, Tech Cocktail, Chicago Tribune, Crain’s Chicago Business, Fox Chicago, and NBC Chicago have all featured Brick Loot and their 11 yr old CEO Parker.
LEGO Compatible Subscription Box:
The kids loved the theme of the June Brick Loot Box we got because it was “The Mad Scientist!” The box we received contained I. N. Stein (an exclusive build designed by Tyler Clites), the Mad Science Lab, a Mix it – Freeze it – Eat it, BrickStix (stickers) in the Mad Scientist theme, Frankin Figs (2 mini figures), and an Exclusive Light Kit.
If the kids (or you) enjoy playing with LEGOs, the Brick Loot subscription box is an excellent way to keep them busy over the summer. You get 4 to 8 items each month, and each box will contain Brick Loot exclusives with a retail value of $45+.
These boxes are worth it; your child will love exclusives that none of their friends have. They can be reused again and again to create an endless number of varieties.
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Ellen is a of a 25-year-old son and 30-year-old daughter. She is Grandma to one adorable toddler. In what little spare time she has, she loves to read, watch movies, check out the latest toys, and play games.