Black Friday 2017: The best tabletop gaming deals on offer

24 November 2017
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Black Friday has rolled around for another year, prompting retailers and publishers across the world of gaming to slash prices on games, accessories and more over this weekend and into next week.

With hundreds of deals out there, we've put together this handy list of some of the sales we've spotted to help you stay on top of the best discounts on board games, card games, miniatures, RPGs and more.

As the weekend rolls on and more sales pop up, we'll try to keep this list updated with the latest deals – let us know on Twitter or Facebook if you spot something we've missed, and we'll get it added.

Alright, on with the deals!


Tabletop Gaming

Tabletop Gaming is having its own Black Friday sale, with past digital issues on offer from just 99p, three copies of the print magazine for £10 (plus P&P) and subscriptions to the new monthly mag from just £14.99. It’s a great way to catch up on any issues you’ve missed and make sure you’re getting the world’s best gaming coverage through your door into 2018!


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Miniature Wargames

Our sister title Miniature Wargames focuses on the historical and wargaming side of the tabletop and currently has a similar sale going on, with past issues for under a pound and subscriptions as low as £11.99.


Tabletop Simulator

Tabletop Simulator is half price on Steam until November 28th, with all of its DLC also discounted between 30% and 50%. If you want some friends to get in on the action, the bundled set of four copies has been slashed in price, too.


Mantic Games

The Walking Dead: All Out War, Kings of War and Dungeon Saga outlet has half-price shipping all weekend, discounts on a lot of its games (including The Walking Dead, Dungeon Saga and Kings of War), new hourly deals and a selection of fantasy, sci-fi and mega crazy boxes, which include a random selection of goodies for £25 or £100 – with the £100 pack guaranteeing a 'super value' item.


Warlord Games

Bolt Action, Beyond the Gates of Antares and Test of Honour studio Warlord is offering 3-for-2 on its plastic box sets, including Doctor Who, Antares and its historical miniatures. A second deal means you’ll get five blister packs for the price for four, and there’s also a third off selected tank platoons.


Wayland Games

Wayland Games has taken up to 80% off a variety of games, accessories and more. Among the deals are packs for Arkham Horror: The Card Game, Dungeons & Dragons and Android: Netrunner, to name just a handful.


Wyrd Games

Wyrd Games has knocked down some of its models, including sets for Malifaux and limited edition miniatures.


Big Potato

Party game publisher Big Potato currently has a pop-up shop in London’s BoxPark Shoreditch at the moment, but it’s also taken 20% off all its games – including Scrawl, The Chameleon and Bucket of Doom – online if you use the code POPUPLUV on Amazon before November 26th.


Chaos Cards

Chaos Cards has its own ‘Black Alert’ sale going on, with various deals on everything from Magic: The Gathering and Pokémon to SeaFall and relatively fresh releases such as Red Scare and Crossfire.



Steamforged has knocked £20 off the price of Dark Souls: The Board Game and also has a mega bundle for miniatures sports game Guild Ball going on, throwing together the Kick Off! starter pack, the Guild Ball: Season Three box and plot card deck, a play mat, terrain and a Lucky miniature together for £115, making it an easy jumping in point for the game.


Board & Dice

Polish publisher Board & Dice has reduced the price of a variety of its own games, including Superhot The Card Game and Pocket Mars, as well as some titles by other publishers and accessories as part of its ‘Bad Weekend’. Some of the discounts go up to 50%.


Pretzel Games

Flick ‘em Up and Junk Art studio Pretzel Games has taken a whole $100 off its super-sized giant version of the original cowboy-flicking dexterity game Flick ‘em Up, making it $200 over the weekend – matching its 200% inflation of the regular set. It’s so big it comes in a suitcase!



Of course, Amazon has its own selection of Black Friday deals, generally on more mainstream games, including almost half price off Exploding Kittens, The Chameleon for £15 (although it’s since sold out) and 30% off family games such as Scrabble, Trivial Pursuit, Cluedo, Scotland Yard and more. The site does limited-time deals throughout its sales, so it’s worth checking back in every now and then.


Element Games

The wargaming store has increased its store credit on orders to 5% from the usual 1% and is giving away a £10 voucher to a random customer each hour. There's also an extra 5% discount on airbrush bundles and every order gets a free Element Relic Token.


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