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Ticket to Ride Board Game $36.76 + Delivery ($0 with Prime/ $39 Spend) @ Amazon AU


great gateway game

standalone game ie it is a base game that comes with train cards (albeit smaller than standard size) and train cars

lowest price on camelx3 au

delivery in up to 2 months

Get ready for a new train adventure as you travel across-country
Providing intense strategic and tactical decisions every turn
Longer the routes, the more points they earn
Collect and play matching train cards to claim railway routes connecting cities
Game for 2 to 5 players and it takes 30-60 minutes to play

also available ticket to ride europe for $39.99 https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/649641

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  • +4

    Is there any sort of guarantee that this is the genuine version of the game? I have read Amazon reviews of various board games that people receive conterfeit Chinese versions of low quality.

    • +6

      It's sold by Amazon AU, if it's counterfeit you can easily return it (and you don't pay return shipping or anything).

      • beat me to it :)

    • Mine arrived this week, it’s genuine.

  • +3

    I wonder how many people out there play these type of board games, as a regular hobby?

    If Ozbargain posts are anything to go by, the number of people playing seems to be pretty high.

    • +10

      There's heaps of people. I would say it's most popular among 20 and 30 somethings. Basically people who grew up playing video games and now want a more social experience. Plus the internet has meant it easier to find really good board games.

      • +3

        nailed it, grew up spending a lot of time with friends around on the couch playing N64, which moved on to Halo link parties, PC LAN nights and so on.

        as soon as we all had good enough internet for it to all be done online I lost interest rapidly. As much as I didn't enjoy lugging CRT monitors and tower PC's around, it was worth it. Voice come just aren't the same as hanging out in person.

        can't recall how I first came across "board games that aren't monopoly", but picked up Carcassonne and the rest is history.

        hard to scratch an FPS itch with board games obviously, but if you like RTS or economic/city building type games you are well and truly spoilt for choice.

    • +3

      For me personally it's increased over the last year. This is because:

      • it gives you something to do catching up with friends that isn't sitting and having dinner (boring) or getting wasted (which gets a little old with full time jobs)

      • the first lockdowns last year restricted how many people you could hang out with in their houses and board games gave us something to do

  • Can't add to cart, might be ozbargained.

  • +2

    Ozbargained doesn’t let you to add to cart

  • Europe is the much better version for any one trying to pick.

    • Why is it better?

      • +2

        Addition of ferries, tunnels and stations make it a lot more deep. It also just feels a little bit better (higher quality)

        Also if you're not American you have a chance of knowing where places are.

    • +1

      Europe is the much better version for any one trying to pick

      It comes with full sized cards for one
      Ferries, tunnels and stations add variety to gameplay

      • These reasons.

      • Cool, ordered :)

        • +2


          picture showing size comparision between ticket to ride cards (above) and standard sized cards below (ticket to ride europe, TTR 1910 expansion)
          If I am not wrong TTR the base game is probably the only game with tiny cards

  • Sold out

  • Can still get it by going to buying options and adding to cart, delivery in 1-2 months

  • shows as back in stock now

  • -1

    If you have time to wait, this is a much better deal, expected to dispatch in 1-2 months. Original Ticket to Ride feels like a child’s play compared to Europe version.