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Recently, Ian and I had the opportunity to check out a box from Brick Loot. Brick Loot is a monthly subscription box that comes filled with Lego goodies, so I had a feeling he would love it.
We picked it up at the post office on the way to piano lessons. I told him that he couldn’t open it until we got home so that we could take pictures of the unboxing process. He was so excited that he held the box on his lap on the trip to and from lessons, and practically tore into that thing when we arrived home!
I was a teen in the 80’s, so these project kits really made me smile. I love the PacMan, which was made out of very tiny Lego bricks. Honestly, I don’t even know how Ian put it together as quickly as he did. He thought the little video game was pretty cool; and, of course, not set would be complete without a mini figure to play the game! He’s using the head storage container as a place to store some of his mini figures.
The Brick Loot box was a big hit with Ian and he says he would totally recommend it to anyone who likes Legos.
With Brick Loot, each month you will receive:
- Custom Kits
- Kits by famous Lego designers
- Brick Loot exclusives
- Lego accessories
- Custom mini figure
- There are 4-8 items in each month’s box!
A 1-month subscription costs $27 (plus shipping). You can save money by subscribing for 3 months at $25/month (plus shipping) or for 6 months for $24.95/month (plus shipping). Shipping is $6 in the US, $12 in Canada, and $15 elsewhere. And you can save 10% off Brick Loot using code “usfamily” at http://www.brickloot.com.
If you’re looking for a great gift for that kid who seems to have everything, a Brick Loot subscription might be just the ticket!
***This post made possible by Brick Loot and US Family Guide.***