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Subject: Price point rss

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G Wintner
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This seems like a fine game, but the price point is higher than I am used to for this type of family-weight game. Seeing the quality of the production, I certainly understand why it costs what it does. Nevertheless, it's high for me and maybe for others.

I think this game could get a whole lot more traction if it was available a) at a lower price point, and b) through major online retailers.

Any chance of those things happening? Anyone?
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Colin
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The chances of this happening would be pretty unlikely, your best bet is to see if you can get it used or in a trade.

This game is still cheaper than taking my family once to the movies or out to dinner. It also hits the table often and the family loves it! It's been money well spent in my eyes.
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Charlie Bink
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The reason for the high price was because the first print run was made entirely in America. It seemed important considering the game is celebrating the US National Parks.
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Joe Saul-Sehy
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It's absolutely gorgeous. I just received my copy and was amazed at how great the bits were. Fantastic production.
 
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