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Pitch It

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  • Great As A Classroom Game As Well For Business Education Or Gifted Education
  • Fast Paced Fun, For Ages 13+
  • Great as a classroom game as well for business education or gifted eduation
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Product Description

Product Description

Blue Bonnet Games Gaming Dice - Toss A Chore Dice Game. Games Continuum Dice Games. Make Chores Fun! With This Cool New Dice Game For Kids And Families, Your Child's Chores Are Just A Roll Of The Dice (This Works On Husbands Too!). You Never Know What You're Going To Roll!. Each Package Comes With 2 Lime Green Dice. Each Side Of The Die, Shows A Chore, Such As Dust, Empty Trash, Clean Bathroom Or Pickup 7 Items! And My Favorite Parent Chooses Chore!. Ages: 5 And Up. Players: 1 And Up.

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Can you sell Ice to Eskimos? What about Potting Soil to Police Officers or Bath Toys to Bankers? You never know what you're doing to have to pitch in this fast-paced game where big ideas win Big! Draw a product and clientele card. Pick your product name, come up with a slogan and design a logo. It's time to Pitch-It! Pitch your product to the rest of the players and vote on which one is best.

Product Information

Product Dimensions 11 x 2 x 11 inches
Item Weight 1.5 pounds
Shipping Weight 1.6 pounds
Domestic Shipping This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
International Shipping This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
ASIN B005R0K1YI
Item model number 1161
Manufacturer recommended age 12 - 15 years
Best Sellers Rank #271,487 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
#6,969 in Toys & Games > Games > Board Games
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4.3 out of 5 stars 14 customer reviews

4.3 out of 5 stars

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This is such a great game and such a cool idea! Think of the product-pitching concept of the tv show Shark Tank, mix it with the way you win Apples to Apples (where your peers vote), and throw in a little bit of pictionary....and you've got Pitch It!

My family got this at a craft show (the creator teaches at the high school where the craft fair was at!) and we are already having a great time playing it... and we just bought it today! I'm in my late 20s and my parents are in their 50s/60s, but all of us can relate to the game and are super amused by the combinations we keep getting dealt! Sell bath toys to military personnel, how about selling cotton swabs to nuns? The names we've come up with and the drawings are hilarious. I can't wait to play this with a couple of glasses of wine to see just how nutso our drawings become! It will be part of our game night rotation this winter!

Thank goodness we bought a second one for our family friends (parents with two kids who are preteens) because I know once they play it, they will try to steal It! Anyways, it's a great game that's really interactive and makes you think on your feet. I would recommend this to anyone...it says 13+ on the box, but I think 10+ would be fine if you gave the younger ones a bit more time per round.

Give this game a try! I hope you love it as much as we do!
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I picked up this game because both my boys (ages 11 and almost 15) are creative and fancy themselves to be little businessmen. We had such a great time with this. The idea is to randomly select a "what" (what you are selling ) and a "who" (who is your target market). When you get something like "sell laptops to lawyers" you don't get to go TOO crazy, but if in the mix you get "sell ladders to accountants" or "Sell bookmarks to offshore fishermen" then you have the makings of some very funny ideas. My son's idea for selling "coffee pots to teen computer teckies" was for them to have a device - a sensor - attached to their head that transmitted what strength of coffee they wanted to the coffee pot so it could produce that.

I had the opportunity to meet via the net the creator, and he's very interested in any and all feedback folks have the game. So, I recommend highly that you give it a try, then drop him a note on Facebook or communicate what you think with a review here. Great for all ages above about 10 or 11.
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"When I found out about 'Pitch It!' I instantly knew it would be the perfect high school graduation gift for my brother, who wants to major in Marketing or Business. We played it as a family before he left for college and it was a great way to spend our time together, and prepare Ryan for his classes. My family is all athletic, so we're very competitive. 'Pitch It' was a fun change, because we were challenged in the creativity and logic departments."
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By Casey on August 16, 2013
We played this the day after it arrived. It was an absolute blast! We had to pitch sunglasses to car salesmen, ice to hip hop dancers, and bookmarks to lawyers. Each pairing was unique, and even the seemingly easy ones had to be designed so the younger players could see the connection. We groaned at the sight of our cards, laughed at each others pitches, cheered for the winner, and only jokingly complained when our opponents couldn't figure out the connection between ice and dancers. When the buzzer went off, indicating our dinner was cooked, the kids did not want to quit playing long enough to eat. (Now that's a first!)

I highly recommend this game for some laughter, fun, and a quick education in what an advertisement agency has to deal with every day! The directions are easy to understand, the components are easy to set up and put away, and the only really complicated thing about the game is how you are supposed to sell a toaster oven to an FBI agent...
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Fun to play. Geared more to the teenager and adult age. It has a fun, different concept than some of the run of the mill table games out there.
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I have a family of introverts, so selling products is not a set of skills that come naturally to us. This game allowed us to push the envelope of our creative skills in new and different ways.
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Fun game. The kids played it in the van on a long drive. They adapted it a little by having everyone pitch the same product. It was fun to see the variety.
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