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Ticket to Ride 10th Anniversary Edition
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- Special Edition of the most popular board game released in the last 10 years
- Complete standalone game with classic Ticket to Ride US map with 1910 Destination Tickets gameplay
- Oversize map and new custom train designs and Train Tins
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Special Edition of the Most Popular Board Game Released in the Last 10 Years!
Oversize Game Box Featuring New Cover Design and Graphics
- 2-5 Players
- Age 8+
- 30-60 minutes long
- 1 Giant Board Map of North American Train Routes with All New Illustrations
- 5 Tin Boxes, each with 48 Finely Sculpted Trains
- 5 Wooden Scoring Markers
- 1 Multilingual Rules Booklet
- 110 Train Cards with All New Illustrations
- 30 Classic Destination Tickets
- 35 Destination Tickets from 1910
- 4 Destination Tickets from Mystery Train
- 1 Longest Route/Globetrotter Bonus Card
Classic US routes, but with New Illustrations and Design
- 5 sets of finely sculpted custom plastic trains, each featuring a different type of train car and unique paint scheme reminiscent of toy trains of yesteryear'.
- The game play remains faithful to the original classic US map version – but the new design, illustrations, oversized map and especially the new custom trains and tin storage boxes – take the Ticket to Ride experience to a whole new level.
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|Item Dimensions||14.2 x 14.2 x 3.15 in||11.75 x 11.75 x 3 in||11.75 x 11.75 x 3 in||4.25 x 7.75 x 1.2 in||11.8 x 3.9 x 11.8 in||11.6 x 11.6 x 1.4 in|
|Item Weight||6.17 lbs||2.8 lbs||—||0.75 lb||4.5 lbs||3.31 lbs|
First introduced in 2004, Ticket to Ride has continued to delight millions of board game fans worldwide. This year the award-winning train adventure game turns 10 years old and it's time to celebrate with this very special Ticket to Ride 10th Anniversary Edition! The Ticket to Ride 10th Anniversary Edition comes in an oversize game box featuring new cover design and graphics. It includes a giant US board map that is 50% larger than the original. It still uses the classic US routes, but with new illustrations and design. There are 5 sets of finely sculpted custom plastic trains, each featuring a different type of train car and unique paint scheme reminiscent of toy trains of yesteryear. These are nestled in 5 tin train storage boxes, each with their own custom logo and artwork matching the trains' rail line. Added to the mix are 110 large format Train cards and 69 Destination Tickets (the original US map tickets, PLUS those from the 1910 expansion) and a new multi-lingual rules book in 12 languages. This special 10th Anniversary Edition is a "must-have" for Ticket to Ride fans. The game play remains faithful to the original classic US map version - but the new design, illustrations, oversized map and especially the new custom trains and tin storage boxes - take the Ticket to Ride experience to a whole new level. Game Contents: Oversized Game Box (14.2 x 14.2 x 3.15 Inch) with new 10th Anniversary design, Giant Board map of North American train routes with all new illustrations (38 x 25.5 Inch), 5 sets of 48 newly designed, larger custom plastic trains - each colored set featuring a different design, 5 Tin Train storage boxes with custom logo and artwork of different train companies, 110 large sized Train Cards with all new illustrations, 69 Destination Tickets (original Tickets, plus those from 1910 expansion), 5 Large Wooden Score markers, One multilingual rules booklet in 12 languages.
Top Customer Reviews
BOX: The box is noticeably bigger and much heavier. It includes an extremely well-designed insert to keep everything nicely in place.
MAP: The map is also bigger (it measures approximately 38 x 26 inches, whereas the original measures approximately 31 x 22 inches) and uses a new/different artwork. The routes on the map are the same as the original.
TRAIN CARS: On of the nice parts of this edition is the new plastic train cars. Instead of being the same just in a different color, each train uses a completely different design -- red circus car, blue passenger car, green caboose, yellow stripped barrel car, and black coal car. Each type of car comes with its own clearly marked tin for storage. However, one reason I'm giving this 4 rather than 5 stars is that I must admit that the cars, while nice, feel lower in quality/more fragile than I hoped. I've included a couple of photos in the customer's images page so you can compare the old cars to the new ones, and see how they fit on the old boards.
TRAIN CARDS: The front of train cards use new/different artwork, and are marked "10th Anniversary." The back of the train cards looks like the box cover (i.e., black with the "10th Anniversary" logo). Also, these are FULL-SIZE cards (like the ones that came in the 1910 expansion), not the smaller cards that came in the original USA game.
DESTINATION TICKETS: The front of destination tickets also use new/different artwork, and are marked "10th Anniversary." Plus, each cards is still marked "Classic" or "USA 1910" to denote where the card originally came from. Ditto regarding the larger card size.
SCORE MARKERS: It includes five larger (about 1 inch) square-shaped wooden score markers -- they come in red, blue, green, yellow, & black.
The MSRP of $99.99, but you can get it for between 20% off on Amazon at the time this review was written, and sometimes more if you shop around online (for example, I got my copy for $70). This is the other reason I'm giving it 4 out of 5 stars (still seems a little pricey in general, especially given the quality of some of the components). But, we are big TTR fans (we own the original with the 1910 expansion, Nordic Countries, Alvin & Dexter, plus Map Collections 1-4), and remain excited to have this addition in our collection.
That said, if you just want the experience of playing the game, the original version plus the 1910 expansion will probably do (these two together were going for about $55 on Amazon at the time this review was written -- though you can get them for at least a little less if you shop around online). But, if you want to celebrate the 10th anniversary of a great game and have something a little out of the ordinary, I think you'll find this to be a worthwhile edition of the game. It's a great set, and the only reasons I'm giving it 4 instead of 5 stars is that I wish the quality of the train cars were a little better, and/or that the price could have been a little lower. Otherwise, I'm very happy with it.
EDIT: One quick addition based on a review I read below (in case you don't also read that review). The rules for the 1910 expansion were somehow omitted from this edition. This is a pretty big and unfortunate omission, and a little embarrassing form Days of Wonder, I'm sure. For those who don't already have the 1910 rules, you can download them for free from the DoW web site (just do a search for "Ticket to Ride 1910 rules."
After I had played the anniversary edition, with its larger cards, individualized train cars, huge board, etc., I passed my first game to a friend and bought the anniversary edition for myself. The design of the board is daunting at first, but in practice easy to set up and allows for a quite large playing surface and easier-to-read map. The cities on the map are the same for both editions, but many do not appear on destination cards in the first edition.
This game is quite educational for kids, and even for some geographically-challenged adults. ( I confess that before I played, I had never known where Duluth was. . . .)
This is about as nice as a mass-manufactured board game can get. Everything about this version is an improvement or upgrade from the original: the cards are the 1910 version cards: bigger, with all the special markings for the game variations (Classic, 1910, Mega, Big Cities). The train pieces are gorgeous in their tins-it's amazing how much these little aesthetic touches make the game more fun. And the board itself is now a cleaner design, without losing the authentic, hand-drawn feel of the original. People can't resist picking up the pieces and admiring the cards.
So why only 4 stars (especially after I gave the original 5 stars)? This version has one flaw. They neglected to include the revised 1910 version rules. This may seem minor, but they really did goof up here. They included the new Most Destinations bonus card (15 points), but the instructions don't explain when it is used. And they never explain why the destination cards say things like "Big Cities" etc. I might have awarded 4.5 stars, but that's not possible here, and there is no mention on the Ticket to Ride web site about the error, though they undoubtedly know about it by now.
My recommendation: Buy this version, download the 1910 rules from the web, and enjoy.
the 10th Anniversary Edition is beautiful. Each player gets their own unique train set, each stored in its own tin. The cards, tins, markers, and board all fit easily in the box. No forcing, no guessing as to what goes where. The board itself is a nice heavy construction, it feels like it'll get years of use without worry. It is, however, much larger than a standard boardgame. It fills our six-person dining table.
I discovered this first on the Kindle, and after a few rounds became a fan. To anybody who is a fan of boardgames and wants to try something different, give Ticket to Ride a chance.