Brickbox is a really cool subscription box that typically comes with legos and/or other brick building sets and accessories.
BRICKBOX Classic ($29.99/month): Premium Package that includes a licensed BRICK set and at least one mini figure and various other items.
BRICKBOX mini ($19.99/month): Includes either a BRICK set, accessories and stickers OR a set of Unique mini figures!
BRICKBOX loot ($13.99/month): Includes a mini figure and accessories.
Lego Chopper Transporter Set: One of the really nice things about BrickBox is the fact that, many times, they include an actual Lego set to build. This box included this 124 piece set.
Cool BrickBox Mini Figure: Typically, they include a mini figure in their box. This month the figure was Ralphie from The Simpsons or at least that is who it appears to be.
I’m not 100% sure but it seems they always include one of these protective cases for mini figures with each box. It seems like I remember there being one in the last box. I think it is pretty cool they give you something to display your new mini figure in when you’ve built it.
Mixels Splasho Building Set: This Mixels a character named Splasho who apparently comes from the Cartoon Network. I don’t know much about Splasho but he looks like a pretty cool character.
Lego Mini Figure Blind Package: Another mini figure package that is a “blind” package which tells us that they don’t tell us what’s inside and we blindly buy it and be happy with whatever we get.
BrickStix: This is a sheet of stickers that you can stick on your Lego/Brick creations. The cool thing about these stickers is they are reusable like cling decals. Pretty Cool!
Overall, this was a really nice box full of Lego/Brick building activities and is definitely worth the cost of the box. It has at least 3-4 different building projects which will keep you busy at least for a little while. Not only are there several projects, they are brand-named which makes the value even higher. Not a bad box!
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