Posted Friday, 27-Nov-2015
Deep discounts for board games are everywhere this holiday season — What games are YOU going to add to your collection?
Let’s face it, most of the board games you’re buying this holiday season are probably for yourself. Here are a few of our favorite sale items that shouldn’t be missed!
Hugely popular this year, Elysium can be played in a relatively short amount of time. It has tough decisions to be made and the mechanics allow for a fantastic replayability factor.
2-4 Players 60 Minutes Ages 14 & Up
Normal Price: ~$40
CardHaus Sale Price: $27.99
Searching for a quick zombie-themed board game? Look no further than Zombie ’15! This zombie-tastic game is sure to bring the entire family together with its cooperative & time-sensitive gameplay.
2-4 Players 15 Minutes Ages 14 & Up
Normal Price: ~$53
Miniature Market & CardHaus Sale Price: $35.00
A self-titled ‘shufflebuilding‘ game, Smash Up offers hours of fun as you battle opponents with Pirate-Wizards, Dinosaur-Zombies, and a host of other seemingly endless deck possibilities. A MUST-HAVE!
2-4 Players 45 Minutes Ages 12 & Up
Normal Price: ~$20
Cool Stuff Inc & CardHaus Sale Price: $13.99
Face off against monsters (and other players) in this campaign-based game for 2-4 players. Arcadia Quest is a dungeon crawling game with lots of dice rolling and little down time.
2-4 Players 60 Minutes Ages 13 & Up
Normal Price: ~$80
Deck 60 Sale Price: $59.99
A standalone sequel to Eight-Minute Empire, this area control game is a great ‘filler’ to play in between longer games. Does it really take 8 minutes to play?… no…well maybe…eh sort of not really… probably could if…don’t count on it.
2-4 Players 8 Minutes Ages 8 & Up
Normal Price: ~$20
Cool Stuff Inc Sale Price: $12.99
Published by BoardGamePrices.com
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