Holiday Giveaways 2020 – Husker Du Game & $100 Store Credit to Winning Moves Games
While we have teenagers and enjoy a good strategy game, we love being able to promote games for young kids. These early opportunities for kids to learn communication, cooperation and critical thinking are very important. Equally as important is the family bonding that can take place around a game table. We believe our kids opened up to us in their teenage years because we developed strong ties when they were younger. Husker Du is an example of a game for young kids. We are grateful to Winning Moves Games for providing this game along with an assortment of their products (valued at $100!!!) for one of our readers! Enter for your chance to win this great prize.
Holiday Giveaway 2020 – Husker Du + $100 Gift Card to Winning Moves Games
23 thoughts on “Holiday Giveaways 2020 – Husker Du Game & $100 Store Credit to Winning Moves Games”
I might buy Scrabble for myself and Scattergories as a gift!
Risk; Europe as a gift and No Stress Chess for me
I think I’d buy 13 Dead End Drive for my sister-in-law because she was just talking about how much she loved that game when she was a kid. Then I’d get some of the classic games for me and the kids… Show the kids what I did for fun at their age.
I might buy Words Over Easy, Double Trouble, for my daughter and her family and MONOPOLY® THE 1980’S EDITION for me.
I would buy Monopoly to play with my grandkids and tile lock scrabble for myself.
I would get Risk Europe!
I would buy Scrabble for myself and No Stress Chess for my son .
I’ve heard good things about 13 Dead End Drive, so I’d probably get that for the family. And for me, Risk: Europe….
Risk Europe – A copy for me and one for friends.
I would buy Rummikub for my grandson and Coca-Cola Checkers for myself.
The funnest games I could find.
13 Dead End Drive for me, Rummikub for my friend.
I would love a new scatagories game i have had mine since i was a teen
13 Dead End Drive for me, Game of the States for my kids.
Risk: Europe for me and No Stress Chess for as a gift (who needs more stress these days?)
Scrabble for sure!
I would buy the Large Print Scrabble and Risk Europe for myself. “Someone Else” can come over and challenge me.
I would buy Rubik’s® Metallic Cube for my husband and Risk Europe for myself if I won!
I would buy No Stress Chess for myself and Scrabble for a gift.
What ever my nieces want.
I like puzzles, I would pick for my six kiddos at home based on their ages.
I’d buy Rook and Risk Europe for sure. I might get Risk Europe for my younger brother