Cyber Monday Board And Card Game Deals From CoolStuffInc: Magic The Gathering, Yu Gi Oh, Pathfinder; Nearly 500 Heroclix On Sale This Week

By Steve Buja , Updated Dec 01, 2014 02:28 PM EST
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CoolStuffInc, purveyor of board, card and dice games, is hopping in on the Cyber Monday mayhem by offering up a wealth of no-internet-connection required merchandise. Some of the sales run until later this week, but not all. So grab what you can today. They might not last until tomorrow.

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Been needing to boost up your Modern Legacies Magic the Gathering decks? They have a lot of singles available for buying. They're even selling some of the dual lands from the Revised era. The prices run from $.99 to $239 (the previously mentioned dual lands, Underground Sea). But in addition to singles, they're also selling booster boxes of select sets, such as Return to Ravnica ($94.99), Magic 2015 ($84.99) and Dragon's Maze ($79.99).

If Magic isn't your thing, they're selling a lot of the Pathfinder Adventure Card Game class decks, such as Cleric, Ranger and Rogue for the reasonable price of $7.99 (originally sold for $19.99). Personally, though, I'm eyeing the Small World figurines. Expensive? Yes. Worth it? Oh god yeah! You should really pick up Small World if you haven't already.

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Want to try your hand at some non-D&D roleplaying games? The Valiant Universe core rulebook is on sale in both standard and deluxe editions. In honor of the new Star Wars: The Force Awakens trailer, there a lot of Star Wars Edge of the Empire decks on sale for less than the cup of really, really good coffee.

You can purchase some YuGiOh booster boxes, or even My Little Pony decks. Grab some of the Marvel Dice Masters sets, or purchase any of the nearly 500 Heroclix figures they have on sale. Seriously! Go check out all the great sales happening right now over at CoolStuffInc.

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