A BrickBox Subscription Review {May}

I love a good subscription box {call it my guilty pleasure}. For a long time, I loved receiving my Lootcrate every month and the children really enjoyed having their Munch Box subscription box too. Now, as well as the love of receiving that monthly subscription box, we love LEGO. So you can only imagine our faces when we heard of Brickbox – a monthly LEGO subscription box. Our minds blew and for the children, I mean this literally.

Lego Subscription Box

Lego Subscription Box Each monthly BrickBox contains a different theme – for May, the theme was LEGO Airport. We received the LEGO Airport Starter set which features a Helicopter and four mini figures. We also received a LEGO City Race plane with its own mini figure pilot and airport employee.  

Lego Subscription Box
Lego Subscription Box In no time at all, my two LEGO loving daughter’s got started on their builds. Annabelle enjoyed building all of the little mini figures together and Ellie set her sights on the larger models. Ellie had both the plane & helicopter built in no time at all – and both of them looked awesome. 

Lego Subscription Box
Lego Subscription Box
Lego Subscription Box
Lego Subscription Box The LEGO City Race Plane has a spinning propeller as well as an opening cockpit. It’s a great size too and will be a perfect fit for display on my daughter’s shelves in her bedroom. 

Lego Subscription Box
Lego Subscription Box
Lego Subscription BoxThe second set we received was the LEGO Airport start set that included a Helicopter and four Minifigures. This set is very cool and really allows you to make a fun little scene with the Minifigures provided. You have a handy man, a postal worker, an air traffic controller and a pilot for the helicopter. 
Lego Subscription Box
Lego Subscription Box
Lego Subscription Box
Lego Subscription Box

We really loved this subscription box and it is something my daughter is now asking for me to get her and she’ll even do extra chores around the house to pay for it. She’s such a huge LEGO fan, and this sort of subscription box is pretty perfect for her.

The monthly fee for the BrickBox subscription is £24.99 – however, BrickBox does have a selection of subscription options that save you money depending on the type of subscription you go for.

Disclosure: This product was sent to me for the purpose of this review. All thoughts, photos & opinions are entirely my own. 



  1. Lynn
    22/06/2017 / 6:40 PM

    OMG! There’s a monthly LEGO subscription box? I love LEGOS. Thanks for sharing this!

  2. 22/06/2017 / 6:55 PM

    Hahaha my little cousin would love you – you sound so cool! I wouldn’t have known these exist until reading this blog… Lots of fun to be had

  3. joyfuliowan
    23/06/2017 / 12:48 AM

    This is such a cool box! Kids will love to build these when the come in.

    • 04/07/2017 / 10:46 AM

      I think it’s such a cool and very different for a subscription box. My girls really loved putting this one together.

  4. gloriagordon
    23/06/2017 / 4:19 AM

    This is so awesome!! I don’t care how old you get, Lego’s will always be awesome!

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