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Merri Kamikaze
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http://www.target.com/p/hanabi-tin-card-game/-/A-50306503

$5.99

I just bought Hanabi online and will be picking it up at the store tomorrow. Lowest price I have ever seen it go down to.
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Be forewarned that the Target edition has notoriously received negative reviews for poor card quality. You'd think it'd be the exact same cards in a different package, but apparently that wasn't the case.

After reading so many negative reviews, I ended up purchasing the regular retail edition for a few bucks more.
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Thanks, op! I'll give this edition a shot. At $6, it's worth the risk of poor card quality.
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prov326 wrote:
Thanks, op! I'll give this edition a shot. At $6, it's worth the risk of poor card quality.


I'd argue the exact opposite in fact.

If you're willing to pay $6 for a poor quality one, why not pay $10 for a proper quality one?


It's not like we're talking $10 v. $50 here
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3wgames wrote:
prov326 wrote:
Thanks, op! I'll give this edition a shot. At $6, it's worth the risk of poor card quality.


I'd argue the exact opposite in fact.

If you're willing to pay $6 for a poor quality one, why not pay $10 for a proper quality one?


For science!
But really, I am curious to see if it's that much worse.
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They are pretty cheap...cards have this cheap coating that would flake off little particles everywhere on hands and table. I used a dry scrub pad on each individual cards to remove the coating.
 
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Kelpie182 wrote:
I used a dry scrub pad on each individual cards to remove the coating.


You are committed! I would just buy a version that doesn't involve scrubbing. Almost as bad as games that require massive assembly to play.
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3wgames wrote:
prov326 wrote:
Thanks, op! I'll give this edition a shot. At $6, it's worth the risk of poor card quality.


I'd argue the exact opposite in fact.

If you're willing to pay $6 for a poor quality one, why not pay $10 for a proper quality one?


It's not like we're talking $10 v. $50 here


LOL. I'm not sure we'll like the game, so a $6 risk is better than $10. I stand by my decision but I don't argue your reasoning either.
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