Brick Swag by Brick Builders Club is a subscription box inspired by LEGO that comes with building projects, contests, collectibles, apparel and other cool stuff! Their BrickSwag box typically comes with an exclusive T-shirt, a brick building project, building activities, Funky Figs Trading Cards, Build Magazine, and more!
Cost: Subscriptions start as low as $20.00/month
We are taking a look at three different Brick Swag boxes (Jan – Mar 2017).
As you can see, each month you receive a t-shirt in your Brick Swag box. These shirts go along with whatever that month’s theme is and, as you can see, they used February to promote the new Lego Batman Movie. January focused on magic and dragons was the main theme of March.
Each box comes with a building set with instructions in the booklet included. You can see these kits go with the theme, a well. Can you see why this is a great box for that leg0-building person in your life?
Continuing the theme, Brick Swag always includes these trading cards in their boxes. It just adds entertainment and fun to the box, in my opinion. It also gives you something to collect.
I know I have said this before, but I love these posters from Brick Swag. They are so creative and clever. Take a look at the Batman poster from February. “I only work in black and sometimes very, very dark gray.”
The stickers that come are very clever, as well.
There is typically a booster pack challenge with each box that you can create and enter into a contest.
These boxes are so much fun and one of our family favorites (the kids love it). If you have someone who loves to build with Legos, you should definitely check it out.
Current Box Information: You have approximately 19 days to get in on the June BrickSwag! Order before May 31st at http://brickswag.brickbuildersclub.com/.
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