Asmodee holds contest for trip to New York City

Published on: 10th July 2018

To celebrate the release of Ticket to Ride: New York, Asmodee studio Days of Wonder is offering the chance to win a trip to NYC for two lucky people.

Running until 18th July, the board game company is offering the opportunity to win a trip for two to New York, including four nights in a four-star hotel. To participate, participants must simply visit the Days of Wonder Facebook page and answer the question: Who is the illustrator of Ticket to Ride: New York?

The winners will be randomly drawn on 19th July, ahead of the game’s UK release on 20th July. One lucky entrant will win the trip, while 10 other participants will receive a copy of Ticket to Ride: New York. The competition is open to citizens of the United Kingdom, France, USA, Netherlands, Norway, Sweden, Finland and Spain.

Ticket to Ride: New York is a simple version of Ticket to Ride, in which players race around 1960s New York City, in taxis rather than the game’s usual trains, to visit landmarks and complete destination tickets. With its quick and compact format, Ticket to Ride: New York is fast-paced, easy to learn (in just three minutes) and totally portable – making it both ideal for new players, and engaging for veterans.

A standalone game designed for two-to-four players, and playable in 10-15 minutes, Ticket to Ride: New York includes a board map, 60 plastic taxis, 44 Transportation cards, 18 Destination Ticket cards, a rule leaflet, score pad and pencil.

The game is expected to be available in July in both Europe and North America, at a suggested retail price of £19.99.

For more information, please click here.


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