This depends on the size of the bricks. If the bricks are the same shape and size and a rectangle then they will cover their length*width*1000. If the bricks aren't the same size and shape then you would need to know the dimensions of each brick.

If a brick weighs 1 pound plus half a brick, then the 1 pound is half a brick. So a whole brick weighs 2 pounds. One and one half bricks weigh (1.5 x 2) = 3 pounds.

A pallet of bricks will have different costs depending on the type of brick, how many bricks, and where the pallet is purchased from. A pallet of bricks can range anywhere from ten dollars to around a hundred dollars.

Depending on the brick and manufacturer, a brick can range from as cheap as .20 and up to a 1.20 for some reclaimed bricks. I'd hazard a guess the average to be about .60 ea.

Bricks come in different sizes. Multiply the total number of square feet by the size brick you are using. Then divided by .95 to allow for breakage. Size Brick Bricks per square foot King Size 4.80 Builders Special 5.33 Modular 6.85 Colonial 4.90 Queen Size 5.20