Ticket To Ride Europe for £24.99 Sold by Daily Deals Shop and Fulfilled by Amazon.
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Ticket To Ride Europe for £24.99 Sold by Daily Deals Shop and Fulfilled by Amazon.

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Found 10th Nov
Cheapest I've seen it drop to. Not sure how much stock there is. Great Christmas present.

Standard edition also £21.99 here

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£21.99 for the regular one is decent also. Great game.

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nosbod9 m ago

£21.99 for the regular one is decent also. Great game.


Yeah saw that too, wasn't sure which to post. Link here.

Bought it for £26 yesterday, coming today,
Good introduction to board games for the little ones...

Oh rats. Bought it from Amazon earlier this week for £27.99. That was the cheapest it had been.

Thinking of getting this for some friends who are big board game fans...... Would ppl recommend this or the original

franco793 m ago

Thinking of getting this for some friends who are big board game …Thinking of getting this for some friends who are big board game fans...... Would ppl recommend this or the original



I had the same decision to make. A good 90% of the reviews I read or forums where the same question was asked went for the Europe version, so that's what I got. I think the gameplay is slightly more varied and complex, plus the places are likely to be familiar than the USA version.

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franco791 h, 2 m ago

Thinking of getting this for some friends who are big board game …Thinking of getting this for some friends who are big board game fans...... Would ppl recommend this or the original


I only own this one, I think they are pretty much the same with different maps. This is slightly newer as a version I think and tend to be a little more. So for no tangible reason, I'd probably still tend for the Europe.

Edit: I'm wrong to some extent, my apologies, there are differences as mentioned below.
Edited by: "olioli86" 10th Nov

olioli867 m ago

I only own this one, I think they are pretty much the same with different …I only own this one, I think they are pretty much the same with different maps. This is slightly newer as a version I think and tend to be a little more. So for no tangible reason, I'd probably still tend for the Europe.



Europe has tunnels, ferries and stations which the original doesn't. You can play without them, but they add an extra element which isn't available with the original game. Plus the game cards are roughly twice the size - some people don't like the small cards in the original.
Edited by: "merlinthehappypig" 10th Nov

cheers all just got one from the weahouse for £22 instead

Brilliant gateway game. I have 5 versions of TTR, and this is by far my favourite map. Bargain!

I can recommend this game. TTR is one of our favourite board game series and this particular version is one of our "go to" games for newcomers. Bought mine at £30 a few years ago and it is worth it at that price. We also have a ticket expansion for Europe as well as 2 other map expansions and Rails and Sails.

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merlinthehappypig51 m ago

Europe has tunnels, ferries and stations which the original doesn't. You …Europe has tunnels, ferries and stations which the original doesn't. You can play without them, but they add an extra element which isn't available with the original game. Plus the game cards are roughly twice the size - some people don't like the small cards in the original.


Ahh, thanks. Haven't played for a while and never played the original so didn't realise.

great find op

heat added and thanks

I'd suggest get the American one first - fewer rules / just the basic game - means you can pick it up a lot quicker.

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StockportGerbil8 m ago

I'd suggest get the American one first - fewer rules / just the basic game …I'd suggest get the American one first - fewer rules / just the basic game - means you can pick it up a lot quicker.


In my experience the game isn't too tricky regardless (and possibly you can choose to play without the additional bits anyway), but each to their own.

olioli8612 m ago

In my experience the game isn't too tricky regardless (and possibly you …In my experience the game isn't too tricky regardless (and possibly you can choose to play without the additional bits anyway), but each to their own.


OK - but particularly this time of year when the recipient is likely to be suffering from an excess of turkey, mince pies and sherry I think fewer rules are a good thing! :-)

Bargain - just picked up the last one of the original game for £21.99!

Ticket to Ride is currently free on Steam via this competition:
hotukdeals.com/dea…265

The physical Ticket to Ride: Europe game being played on Tabletop:
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