If your board game collection is gathering dust, it’s time to freshen up your options with Amazon’s one-day Gold Box deal.
There have been a lot of deals on Catan lately, but $26 is the best price Amazon’s ever listed. Bug customer support enough, and they might even sell it to you for two bricks and a wheat.
Cards Against Humanity, the self-proclaimed “party game for horrible people” is just $12 (plus $5 shipping) and if you somehow don’t own it already, you nee to change that ASAP. The last time I played CAH, it was at a beach house after too many drinks and I had to explain to my boyfriend’s mom what bukkake was. So,…
Tokaido always seems to be included whenever Amazon runs a wide-ranging board game sale, but today, it’s on sale all by its lonesome.
When you play Game of Thrones Monopoly, you win, or you get bored after 90 minutes and trade away all of your properties. Today’s deal is within $1 of an all-time low, so you won’t need a loan from the Iron Bank of Braavos.
If your board game collection is gathering dust, it’s time to freshen up your options with Amazon’s Buy Two, Get One Free sale.
Much like Chewbaca, the new Star Wars: Rebellion board game is intimidating and difficult to understand at first, but the more time you spend with it, the more you’ll love it. Amazon’s marked it down to $65 today, and yeah, that’s a lot for a board game, but it’s about $10 cheaper than usual, and each play-through…
Apples to Apples is basically Cards Against Humanity, but family-friendly. Not a single card about Nazis or being balls deep in a pig.
Plague Inc. started as a video game that played sort of like a board game, and now, it’s an actual board game too. Amazon has it backordered by 1-2 months, but $35 is the best price they’ve ever listed. Happy killing!
Update: Sold out
If there was ever a piece of IP perfectly suited for a Risk adaptation, it’s Game of Thrones, and you can get the game for $46 today, within a couple bucks of an all-time low.
Unlike most of the card and board games in your game cabinet, The Grizzled is cooperative, meaning everyone’s either going to win or lose together.
Yoga is undoubtedly great for you, but if twisting your body like a rubber band isn’t your idea of fun, this inexpensive game might make it a little more enjoyable, especially if you’re in a group:
Update: Looks like it’s back up to $34.