Sheriff of Nottingham Board Game Only $19.54 Shipped (Regularly $35)

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Hop on over to Amazon or and score this highly rated Sheriff of Nottingham Board Game for just $19.54-$19.59 shipped (regularly $34.99).

Plus, if you’re a Target REDcard holder, you’ll save an extra 5% which takes your final cost down to only $18.61 shipped.

In addition, has this same game priced at $19.54. Choose free in-store pick up if available near you; otherwise, shipping is free on orders over $35.

Sheriff of Nottingham is a fast-paced game of bluffing where everyone gets the chance to be the Sheriff and determine if the merchants are lying. The merchants can smuggle in legal or illegal goods with the hope of making the most money at the end of the game. If the merchants are caught bluffing, they’ll have to pay the Sheriff. If they are wrongfully accused, then the Sheriff must pay them!

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  1. Carol

    Excellent family game!!

    • Amber (Hip2Save Sidekick)

      Oh awesome! Good to know how much fun it is. I haven’t played this one yet!

  2. Marianne

    We bought this game for my parents a few years ago and I highly recommend it. It really is all about trying to determine if the other players are lying or being honest, but it gets my family laughing so much!

    • Amber (Hip2Save Sidekick)

      That does sound fun! Thanks for taking a moment to comment, Marianne!

  3. Melanie

    Love this game. What a great deal.

  4. Heather

    Thank you! I needed a gift idea, and this is perfect!

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