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Board games are also buy two get one free at Amazon

I don’t know about you, but I enjoy a good board game with friends. And although we can’t throw a party right now, board games are still a good way to pass the time during quarantine with the family.

Thankfully, there are a ton of good board games to choose from these days. One of my personal favorites, Cards Against Humanity, is among the dozens of video games, card games, and board games on sale as part of Amazon’s buy two get one free sale. And while that is intended for adults, there are plenty of options for the whole family. Here is just a small sampling of the card and board games that you can nab as part of the sale.

Exploding Kittens

If you’re looking for something to play with the whole family, look no further than Exploding Kittens. This is a card game that has sold more than 9 million copies worldwide. And it’s a really simple concept. Basically, it’s a game of Russian roulette with exploding kittens.

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  • # of players: 2-5
  • Ages: 7+
  • Difficulty: Easy


This is a classic. The goal of the game is simple: remove ailments from poor old Cavity Sam using tweezers without touching the sides. If metal touches metal, Sam’s nose turns red and you lose your turn. While it sounds easy enough, it’s actually more difficult than it looks. Side note: It’s a good thing that I am not an actual surgeon!


  • # of players: 1+
  • Ages: 6+
  • Difficulty: Easy to difficult, depending on how steady your hand is

Sonic the Hedgehog Monopoly

We’re a gaming website. Of course we’re going to highlight a board game with a video game theme! Did you really expect anything less? Play as Sonic, Tails, Knuckles, or Amy, collect Chaos Emeralds, and defeat Dr. Egg Man.


  • # of players: 2-4
  • Ages: 8+
  • Difficulty: Somewhat challenging

Cards Against Humanity: Absurd Box

One of many Cards Against Humanity expansions, the Absurd Box claims to have the weirdest cards yet. The set comes with 300 different unique cards. By the way, you’ll need the base game to play.


  • # of players: 3+
  • Ages: 17+
  • Difficulty: Easy

Funkoverse Strategy Game: Harry Potter

This one I haven’t actually played or even heard of before, but the Funko Pop figures caught my attention. The game lets you play as one of four characters from Harry Potter. Aside from having two playable maps (Diagon Alley and The Room of Requirement), it also includes Funko Pop figures. You can choose from Lord Voldemort, Bellatrix Lestrange, Hermione Granger, and Harry Potter.


  • # of players: 2-4
  • Ages: 10+
  • Difficulty: Somewhat challenging

Click here to see the entire selection of board games and video games as part of Amazon’s buy two get one free sale!

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