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Best Amazon Prime Day board game deals 2023

From modern classics to old favourites, grab some of the best board games for the best price this Prime Day.

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Amazon Prime Day is due to return this summer, bringing with it a host of Prime Day board game deals for tabletop fans looking to save a penny.

With so many board games, accessories and more likely to see their prices slashed during Prime Day 2023, it can be hard to keep up with the best Prime Day board game deals - or know if you’re truly getting a good deal.

Prime Day board game deals

Whether you’re after the latest hotness for your next game night, a party game classic to crack open with friends and family, the spruced-up latest edition of an old favourite, or something else entirely, this year’s Prime Day board game deals should have something to offer every type of tabletop gamer.

To help you sift through the many discounts, deals and offers out there, we’ll be rounding up this year’s best Prime Day board game deals as they emerge.

For now, we don’t know exactly when Prime Day 2023 will take place - or what might be included in the sales event. To get an idea of what to expect this Prime Day, we’ve included some of last year’s best deals below - and will be updating this page with the latest deals as they emerge, so be sure to keep it bookmarked.

UK Prime Day board game deals

Arkham Horror LCG: The Dunwich Legacy Campaign Expansion - was £69.99 now £49.99

Marvel Villainous: Infinite Power - was £39.99 now £25.99

Pandemic - was £44.99 now £18.99

Catan - was £49.99 now £23.99

Carcassonne - was £36.99 now £24.99

Everdell - was £47.84 now £34.49

Sussed Card Game - was £10.99 now £7.19

Tantrix - was £21.74 now £20.00

Pass the Bomb - was £29.99 now £18.99

AZUL - was £29.82 now £22.99

US Prime Day board game deals

Catan - was $48.99 now $34.99

Catan Seafarers Expansion - was $55 now $47.99

Catan Seafarers 5-6 Player Expansion - now $18.47

Just One - was $24.99 now $14.23

Disney Villainous - was $39.99 now $23.99

Disney Villainous: Despicable Plots - was $29.99 now $23.99

Everdell - was $75 now $50

Spot It! Camping - now $6.99

Dixit (2021 Refresh) - was $39.99 now $25.49

Camel Up: Second Edition - now $26.14

Ticket to Ride Europe 15th Anniversary Deluxe Edition - was $99.95 now $79.96

Star Wars: Imperial Assault - was $109.99 now $84.99

Marvel Crisis Protocol Scarlet Witch and Quicksilver Character Pack - was $39.95 now $29.66

A Song of Ice and Fire Tabletop Miniatures King's Men Unit Box - was $34.99 now $27.63

Dungeon Academy - was $29.99 now $25.19

Star Wars X-Wing Miniatures Game M12-L Kimogila Fighter expansion pack - was $23.99 now $15.99

Roll Player: Monsters and Minions - was $49.99 now $36.38

Clue Mystery Jigsaw Puzzle - was $18.99 now $15.10

Taco Cat Goat Cheese Pizza On The Flip Side - was $9.99 now $8.49

Frank Lloyd Wright Backgammon Set - was $29.99 now $25.15

Paranormal Detectives - was $39.99 now $32.38

What Prime Day board game deals should I look out for?

If past years are anything to go by, this year’s Prime Day board game deals will range from modern classics like Catan, Carcassonne and Pandemic through to recent releases like Disney Villainous, Azul and the Arkham Horror LCG.

As well as board game deals, you can expect to see Prime Day deals on Dungeons & Dragons books, Magic: The Gathering sets and accessories, and the Pokémon Trading Card Game, too.

Do I need a Prime account to access these board game deals?

Yes, you need to have an Amazon Prime account to take part in Prime Day. However, you can get a free 30-day Prime trial on Amazon US and Amazon UK, letting you sign up for the event, grab any deals you want and then cancel it afterwards.

Want more deals? Check out our round-up of the best Prime Day gaming deals over at our sister site, Eurogamer. Or stay up to date with the latest savings with our dedicated deals Twitter account, Jelly Deals.

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Matt Jarvis


After starting his career writing about music, films and video games for various places, Matt spent many years as a technology, PC and video game journalist before writing about tabletop games as the editor of Tabletop Gaming magazine. He joined Dicebreaker as editor-in-chief in 2019, and has been trying to convince the rest of the team to play Diplomacy since.

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