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Ticket to Ride Board Game | Family Board Game | Board Game for Adults and Family | Train Game

Board Game Family Train Game Ages 8+, 2 To 5 Players Average Playtime

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Final Score:

9.92 out of 10, based on these factors:

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  • What buyers say about Ticket to Ride Board Game | Family Board Game | Board Game for Adults and Family | Train Game

    The Europe variant is superior in almost every way, and I would recommend you to go with Ticket to Ride: Europe instead.

    It is a bit frustrating when you need one specific card and never get it, but it is nice to see how the stuff you are doing is directly helping you reach your goals as you go along.

    The quality of the game is what impressed me the most, many of the games we have purchased have cheap boards that can't be used again, and some of the pieces in the empty box can't be used again.

    The components for Ticket to Ride are topnotch, and Days of Wonder has more superior components than any other company.

    Europe still has the "longest route" bonus points award but it's easier for everyone because if you have to use a station to complete a route ticket, it no longer counts towards your getting the longest route award.

    Common Questions


    Is this a good two player game?


    The game works well with any number of people, and the board stays more open when there are more people playing.


    How is this different from Ticket To Ride: Europe?


    I haven't played any of the other Ticket To Ride games, but I should look into it.


    What are the age recommendations?


    The starter version of Ticket to Ride is a lot of fun, and really just a scaled down version of the full game.


    Do you think my 5 year old son will like it if we read the cards to him?


    I think 8 or 9 is the best age for a 5 year old. There are many, many great games for 5 year olds.


    Does the train fit in any of the slots, or will they scatter if the board gets bumped?


    It would be nice if the cars were magnetic or had some pegs or something, and the original cards were too small to shuffle easily.

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