Ticket to Ride Board Game (Original USA Edition) By Days of Wonder | Code: DOW7201 | Any Scale

  • Ticket to Ride Board Game (Original USA Edition)
  • Ticket to Ride Board Game (Original USA Edition)
  • Ticket to Ride Board Game (Original USA Edition)
  • Ticket to Ride Board Game (Original USA Edition)
  • Ticket to Ride Board Game (Original USA Edition)
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Product information

Product code DOW7201
Manufacturer Days of Wonder
Product category Board Games ,
Product scale Any Scale

Product description

The Official Ticket to Ride Board Game

Since its release in 2004, Ticket to Ride has become one of the most successful board games of all time. With elegantly simple gameplay, the game can be learned in under 15 minutes and enjoyed time and time again, whether it's your first time building a rail empire or an old favourite.

  • Build train routes across the USA and complete destination tickets by connecting cities to score points
  • The worldwide hit board game, ideal for new players and strategic veterans alike
  • Suitable for ages 8+
  • 2 to 5 players
  • Playing time 30 to 60 minutes

Box Contains

  • 1 Board map of North America train routes
  • 240 coloured train cars
  • 110 train car cards
  • 30 destination tickets
  • 1 summary card
  • 5 wooden scoring markers
  • 1 rule booklet

Product Description

Players embark on a cross-country train adventure, collecting train cards that allow them to lay claim to colour-coded railway routes across a map of the 20th-century USA. The longer the route claimed, the more points they earn - but the more cards they'll need to save up to claim it. By establishing longer routes connecting multiple cities, players will try to complete destination tickets offering major bonus points for linking up two specific cities... or penalties for failing to do so. Turns are simple: either draw more cards, claim a route, or pick up additional destination tickets. But who will outmanouevre their opponents and create the most valuable railway network?