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Hasbro Gaming Crate Now Available + Spoilers + Coupon!

ByMSAJun 12, 2017 | 4 comments
Hasbro Gaming Crate
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The Hasbro subscription box is now available! Hasbro Gaming Crate has two different subscription options: Party or Family. We have a spoiler for the first crate of each subscription option!

Family Crate:

Come one, come all! This crate is jam‑packed full of family‑friendly competition and fun that your household will love. Smile! The fun is just getting started.

The first Family Crate's theme is Family Staycation – "The Family Crate that brings adventure to your living room".

Each Family Staycation Crate will include:

Mask of the Pharaoh

In this cooperative virtual-reality board game, wearing the included VR mask, you must quickly describe what you see while the other players use game tiles to complete the path to the riches so the whole team can win! Requires a compatible device and the Mask of the Pharaoh app. Click here for list of compatibility information. Ages 10+

Party Crate:

Curated specifically for adult competitors, this Friday night-ready crate features engaging and innovative games. Grab your friends and your favorite snacks. It's time to throw down.

The first Party Crate's theme is FOMO – "The Party Crate where no one is left out"

Each FOMO Crate will include:

Joe Santagato Speak Out

We’ve teamed up with the hilarious Internet sensation, Joe Santagato, for this adult version of the ridiculous mouthpiece challenge game! Bring friends together for laugh-out-loud fun as you try to say different phrases (featuring adult-only content) while wearing a mouthpiece that won’t let you shut your mouth. For adult; Not safe for work

The Box: Hasbro Gaming Crate

The Cost: $49.99 a quarter

Coupon: Use coupon code HGCFREESHIP to get free shipping on your first crate!

The Products: Each box will include 3 newly released games. Two age options are available: Party or Family.

Ships to: US Only

Good to Know: The first crate's estimated ship date is August 2017.

Keep track of your subscriptions: Add this box to your subscription list or wish list!

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Hasbro Gaming Crate is a quarterly game subscription. There are two different subscription options: Party or Family! Each box will include 3 different games.
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Fifty dollars seems a little steep considering I always find their board games on clearance or on sale. Fifty is overpricing it. One reviewers mentioned there would be several games, but that’s not what’s being advertised and I can’t imagine they’d be anything more than some
Dice or a piece of paper with instructions on how to play some silly game.

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Hasbro has a lot of nice games. Three games for $50 seems very reasonable to me. Especially if we get full spoilers (which I doubt, but maybe we’ll be lucky) Both of the featured games are at least $20 at full price, which is what the overall value of any box goes against. My biggest issue would be liking all three games, which is why I’d much prefer full spoilers before springing for it. Overall, though, I think it’s a really great idea for a sub box. There are hundreds (thousands) of board games out there!

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Who wants to use a device with the family board game? Defeats the purpose if you ask me.

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Family game night certainly has changed since the olden days of Monopoly, Life and Chinese Checkers

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