This is beautiful.
Smuggler’s Bounty March 2016
I recently subscribed to Smuggler’s Bounty. It is a bimonthly mystery box featuring Star Wars and Funko. Everything in the box is exclusive to Smuggler’s Bounty. The theme for this box was Cantina, So let’s see What in the box.
Stop reading now if you don’t want to know.
ShirtPunch has three Deadpool shirts today 2/12/16 plus a bundle with a Deadpool Pop and Deadpool verses Thanos comic. The bundle is $10 and the shirts start at $10 each.
Plus there’s three days left to grab February’s Nerd Block featuring DeadPool.
Deadpool is crashing February’s Nerd Block Classic with his very own exclusive item, making for a month full of awesome surprises for all our subscribers!
Happy New Year. Here’s Sabine Wren from StarWars: Rebels.
The theme for Brick Swag this month is “The Force”. BrickSwag Teased a Star Wars Box let’s see what we have.
The shirt design is a collection of LEGO Lightsabers and says “Choose Your Side”.
To continue the Force theme this month there’s a “Keep Calm And use the Force” poster featuring minifig of Luke and Darth Vader. The poster is by Silly Brick Pics.
There are also some Clone Army Customs parts in the box. There are six solid color helmets and two black scuba backpacks.
There was also a bag of bricks from Booster Bricks. This month there’s a challenge to create a holiday build.
This is the Build Magazine and the cards. It is a small but cool magazine. Once again there are five trading cards. I’m displaying them in a LEGO business card holder.
BrickSwag’s December Builds
The build for December is a one of two Star Wars space ship sets. I got the X-wing and Tie Fighter set. It a cool mini build that you may have seen before. The set was once a give away set at Toys R US. Some times they have build events for children. But what about AFOL? Well, Constructibles takes the instructions and build the sets. The BrickSwag brick is black and has the December 2015.
The other possible set this month was a mini Star Wars Rebels Ghost Ship. You can get either set from constructibles.net. Both of theses sets were once Toys R Us Building events sets. Constructibles took the instructions and collected the parts so people who miss the events could build the sets. They sell packs of LEGO pick a brick and LEGO Store Monthly Builds.
I thinking about getting the Ghost see but next month the Ghost Micro-Fighter ship comes out and I’ll be getting that one.
BrickSwag Box Contents
- Star Wars Ship Build (one of two sets)
- LEGO Lightsaber Choose Your Side Shirt
- BrickSwag 2×3 Brick
- Build Magazine
- Both Star Wars Ships Build Instructions
- An article on how the Star Wars Theme has affect the LEGO Space theme.
- An article on building a lightsaber hilt.
- Instructions on building a Death Star Ornament from AbbieDabbles
- A list of events BrickSwag will be attending. (unfortunately they won’t be at BrickFair Alabama the Brick Convention that is near me.)
- Booster Bricks Pack
- Five mini-fig Cards
- Keep Calm and use the Force poster
- Clone Army Customs pack
So how much does this cost? A monthly subscription is $26 plus shipping. It was $7 for me so total cost was $34. The price per month goes down if you buy in 3 month, 6 month, or 12 month subscriptions. Subscribe to their email sometimes they send discount code for new subscribers.
What do you think of Brick Swag? Other Subscriptions boxes?
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Today’s Advent gift is a control panel and gun.