Win board games to the value of R3000

Win three board games

By Renate Engelbrecht

Saturday, Jun 25

If you are looking for a fun way to keep yourself and your kids busy, this competition could just be what you are looking for. Board game lovers, listen up! Yup, you can win three board games to a combined value of R3000, right here!

Seeing that I recently reviewed the board game called Ticket to Ride, it’s only fair that I share the excitement (and the pure wanderlust) that it brings with it with you. So, included in this fun competition is one Ticket to Ride board game, as well as and additional two board games: Carcassonne and Pandemic.

Ticket to Ride by Alan R. Moon
Ticket to Ride by Alan R. Moon. Image: Renate Engelbrecht

READ: Why Ticket to Ride is the best board game to play

Since playing Ticket to Ride, I’ve been wanting to start a board game night in our home. I just enjoyed it so much! Board games are truly magical and a key ingredient for quality family time.

READ: 6 Reasons why board games are good for you

How to enter and stand a chance to win:

Stand a chance to be the one and only winner of these three board games by…

  1. Making sure that you are following Suitcase & Chardonnay on Facebook and Instagram.
  2. Commenting on the blog post below, telling me why you believe you deserve to win.
  3. Subscribing to Suitcase & Chardonnay’s newsletter in the form below.
  4. BONUS: Share this competition on social media and tag Suitcase & Chardonnay.

The competition closes at midnight on 31 July 2022 and the winner will be announced on Monday, 1 August 2022. There will be only one winner. Valid for South Africans only. Terms and Conditions apply.

Good luck!


  1. Liezel Pienaar

    My daughter would love these boardgames! They look amazing!

  2. hannah

    I played for the first Ticket to Ride with my now husband and his university friends, it was an absolute BLAST!

    now, my husband and I are having a baby in August, and his university friends have all moved away, playing Ticket to Ride with our own little family will be the best thing ever as it we will be able to create our own memories around board games and it’ll remind us of our friends and the good time we had with them.

    • hannah

      *for the first time #pregnant

  3. Candice Vincent

    I think I deserve to win because I am always giving to others and spoiling others, I would so love to be spoilt for once and think I deserve to win because i also deserve a spoil

  4. Pieter Veldman

    We as a family love spending quality time together,whether its around the braaimor just relaxing having coffee,this boardgames would make our time together even more fun and challenging,we play whiles we exercise our brains

  5. Gordon

    Weekends when the family all get together, whatever we are, always include board games. Only problem is that we’ve been playing the same ones for years, so it’s time to discover some new games.

    • Renate Engelbrecht

      These will certainly be a great add-on to your collection. Good luck!

  6. hannah

    I played Ticket to Ride for the first time with my now husband and his university friends over bowls of tacos and lots and lots of laughs.

    now, his university friends have moved, married, and are in different places in the world. my husband and I are having our first baby next month!

    I think it would be the best thing ever if we could play Ticket to Ride again. Together in our little family, creating new memories and showing our little one how enjoyable board games are. and also to remember the good times we had with our university friends and the memories of them.

    and then when we get together again we can enjoy each other and the lives we now lead and absolutely destroy each other in an epic game of Ticket to Ride!

  7. Tara

    As the reigning Catan champion of our friend group, I would love to give them a chance for the next adventure and Ticket to Ride seems like the perfect one! Holding thumbs!!

  8. Pieter Veldman to win,then we can pass on the tradition to our grandchildren as we taught their parents the live of game nights as a family when they were still living home


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