Codenames Board Game Only $6.89 on Target.com | Lowest Price

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To purchase online, first apply the Circle offer and then add the item to your cart and select free in-store pickup, drive-up, or shipping at checkout. If you do not see the Circle offer on the product page, simply head to your Target Circle offers and click the ‘+Save’ button.

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codenames board game box with pieces

Czech Games Codenames Board Game $9.19 (regularly $11.49)
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Final cost $6.89!

*This is one of Collin’s family’s favorite games!

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Stonemaier Wingspan with Swift Start Game Pack $48 (regularly $60)
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Final cost $36 shipped!

Catan 3D board game

Catan 3D Edition Board Game $192 (regularly $240)
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Horrified American Monsters game

Horrified: American Monsters Game $27.99 (regularly $34.99)
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The Fox in the Forest Card Game

Fox in the Forest Game $12 (regularly $15)
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Gloomhaven Jaws of the Lion game

Gloomhaven Jaws of the Lion Board Game $31.99 (regularly $39.99)
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Comments 9

  1. Jackie

    OK gonna have to try this codename game. For that price it’s worth trying and the reviews are all great. Placed a target drive up pick up order and it’s ready for pick up so I will be grabbing it soon. BTW ever since the last update the website is actually working much better. The one before the last one didn’t fix much on my end but this last one (like a few days ago) has been great 🙌😁

    • Stacy F (Hip2Save Sidekick)

      Yay, thanks for the feedback on the app, Jackie! I’ll pass that along to the team!

      I think you’ll love Codenames. If you ever get to the point where you want to try a 2-player version, Codenames Duet is fun too. It has a lot the same gameplay, but it is cooperative so great for times when it’s just 2 of you.

      • Jackie

        Gonna keep my eyes open for the duet one. Keep us posted if they put it on sale!!!!!

        • Stacy F (Hip2Save Sidekick)

          Will do!

    • Renee

      My family loves this game, a little advice, you may not want to be teammates with your significant other, may cause turmoil in your relationship…lol.

      • Jackie

        Oh boy Renee I can’t wait to try it! Very intrigued by your warning 😬😆 it doesn’t help that we are both very competitive so maybe for the sake of the marriage I will follow your advice 😂

  2. Tracey

    This is my favorite game! I’ll have to check out Codenames Duet as you need at least 4 people for Codenames. 🙂

    • Stacy F (Hip2Save Sidekick)

      You’ll love it, Tracey. Harry Potter Codenames has similar gameplay as Duet, but it has pictures on one side and words on the other so that changes it up even more. We just got done reading through the entire series last year, so the kids love “revisiting” it with that game.

    • rebecca

      That’s weird, my regular Codenames definitely has rules for 2-players and 3-players. In my extended family, all their regular edition Codenames also has these rules. I wonder when they stopped putting rules for 2 or 3 players in with the game.
      The variation for 3 players is especially easy and fun and I have played it that way with my kids many many times.

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