Michael Crocker
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This deal showed up in my email this morning. Sorry isn't exactly a super popular game around these parts, but if you're giving games to youngsters or charity or something, it might be helpful.

I don't know how widespread this deal is, though. I'm in the Houston, TX area, and it might be local to the region, or it might not.

I also never expected to see a board game deal from my grocery store.
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I was kind of shocked when they put the toy/game aisle in the upgraded store. Not a huge selection, but they had Rory's Story Cubes and I did buy a pack of nice plastic cards.
 
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Sounds like a sorry deal to me.
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Gabe Covert
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I do believe it's national. It's available in Lexington, KY, as well.

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Is this the first mention of Kroger in the history of BGG? Next up

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I really enjoy sorry. It’s a fast and fun game. I don’t know why you would need two copies though.. I feel like everyone who has wanted sorry probably already has it
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I hope they have a bacon themed board game
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So it's 7.50 off - what's the final cost?
 
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TimTucker wrote:
So it's 7.50 off - what's the final cost?


It makes it $2.49 locally for me.
 
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$2.50 too expensive.
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Thanks OP. I hope you ignore the snobby comments.

It's helpful to know about the deal, particularly if you sponsor families or donate toys to foster organizations for the holiday.
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laserjudas wrote:
$2.50 too expensive.


I'd pay a couple of peanuts and the lint in my picket. We have reached an age in games that we no longer are limited to brain dead games for children. Huzzah.
 
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JustinRRizzo wrote:
laserjudas wrote:
$2.50 too expensive.


I'd pay a couple of peanuts and the lint in my picket. We have reached an age in games that we no longer are limited to brain dead games for children. Huzzah.


We play with a variant. Each player is dealt five cards at the beginning of the game. Play one card (your choice) and then draw another card. It doesn't transform the game into a brain burner, but it adds a little something that helps me enjoy it.
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