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Amazon Black Friday Card Game Sale Is Live: Cards Against Humanity, Exploding Kittens, And More

Black Friday 2020 has brought some excellent card game and tabletop deals at Amazon--but the discounts end tonight.


Since everyone is still stuck at home due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, Amazon is hosting a Black Friday sale on card and tabletop games. This is a great opportunity to pick up some new games to play with the family or with friends over the holidays while we're all stuck indoors.

The sale, which ends today at around midnight your local time, features huge discounts on family games like Cards Against Humanity and Exploding Kittens, two very popular card games. This includes the main Exploding Kittens game, which normally retails for $20 but is 50% off right now. You can also pick up two Cards Against Humanity expansion packs for 25% off--the Absurd Box and the Hidden Gems Bundle--as well as the Family Edition of the main game.

There are also discounts on tabletop games like Bears vs. Babies ($17.49), Hunt A Killer ($126), The Logo Game ($11.99), Watch Ya Mouth ($11.19), and quite a few others.

This is just one of the many sales happening today at various retailers for Black Friday, including Amazon. If you're looking for discounts on games more on something the digital side, Amazon is slashing the prices of a bunch of titles. For example, Ghost of Tsushima is $40 while The Last of Us Part II is $30. There are also discounts on accessories, such as mechanical keyboards and headsets, and a great deal on a 12-month PlayStation Plus subscription.

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