We hope you enjoy #holidaygaming with family and friends for Thanksgiving and Christmas—and if you use the coupon “#holidaygaming” with a purchase of a new game table before the end of the year, we’ll send you our Dinner & Dice Cookbook for free! Read below for a list of the recipes included and authors.
Which Game Table Suits Your Style?
Remember, each game table design includes a dining top in the price, so you always have a beautiful mahogany table in your nicely decorated room. We know you want to set a beautiful table for the holidays when celebrating with family and friends. Why not a gorgeous mahogany game table for #holidaygaming, too?
Is it Tablezilla, our biggest and most badass at 8 feet long, almost 5 feet wide, and $2199? Each side has an 11 inch edge for portrait-orientation character sheets, snacks, and plenty of room for board game boxes.
Or could it be our smallest game table, the $899 Coffee Game Table? It’s perfect for jigsaw puzzles, board games, or even Lego™ or train pieces you want to hide when company comes over. At only 20 inches tall this is a popular table for children, or in front of the sofa in the living room. We can also make the Coffee Game Table at dining height for just $100 more (total price $999)!
Perhaps you want our Kitchen Game Table design, which at $1199 is a solid bargain for the board game player. Each side is 4 feet long with 5 inch edges for leaning on. The 38″ x 38″ square play area holds most popular board games and some miniature games like Star Wars™ X-Wing!
Or maybe you want our most popular design, the $1599 Dining Game Table? This is the design we launched on Kickstarter 3 years ago and which began our business! It’s 6 feet long and 4 feet wide to fit in most dining rooms (and some kitchens). The long “player” sides have 8 inch wide edges and the short “host/GM” sides have 11 inch edges.
Based on the popularity of the Dining and Tablezilla, we recently introduced a “Goldilocks” design, the $1999 Banquet Game Table! This design is 7 feet long and 4 feet, 2 inches, wide. The extra 2 inches of width give you 9 inch player sides to hold landscape-orientation character sheets more securely. The extra foot of length allows for 8 seats and optional cup holders. It’s already been a big hit with customers, and it’s under two grand!
For a truly specialized experience for live streaming and television production studios, podcasters, and game groups with some virtual partners and some physical, we have the $1999 Streamer Game Table!
The Streamer is not our biggest seller, but we don’t care. Streaming services and YouTube reviews and videos of “Actual Play” has helped to bring more gamers than ever before into the hobby. We’re happy to support those who are making it easier to play games. And for those brave souls gaming from overseas with their U.S. friends via webcam…usually because of military service…our hats are off to you. If a game table helps make it easier to play a game and keep your friendship–maybe relieve stress–we’re gosh darned ecstatic about that.
Disaster Relief Cup Holder Upgrade Ends Dec. 31st, 2018
We purposefully set up the Disaster Relief Cup Holder initiative so that you can use the #holidaygaming coupon. Not only does a purchase of Disaster Relief Cup Holders benefit disaster relief in the Carolinas and worldwide, we’ll send you a copy of Dinner & Dice (remember to use the coupon) to say thank you for buying it!
How this works:
Place an order for the Disaster Relief Cup Holder Upgrade for $50. Hurry, this ends December 31st, 2018!
If you want to use the Cup Holder Upgrade now, add a game table to your cart. Do not select cup holders for your table in the drop down—the website will charge you for it. We’ll see that you have the two on your order and figure it out, we promise.
If you’re not ready to use your Cup Holder Upgrade, proceed to checkout. You can wait until December 31, 2019 to use it on a game table purchase! (Make a comment in the order notes so we match up the two orders).
Use the coupon #holidaygaming at checkout. Complete checkout as normal. We’ll ship you a copy of Dinner & Dice!
If you have any questions, email us at [email protected]
What’s Inside this Famous Cookbook?
The Devil’s Nachos by Jason L. Blair
Grilled Prosciutto Mozzarella Skewers by Kennon Bauman
Grizzled Thingies by Andy Hopp
Miss Jackie’s Best Cheesy Onion Dip by Jodi Black
Pizza Dip by Steve Kenson
The Snack Tower by Ivan Van Norman
Vegan Snack Options by Emily Care Boss
Chihuahua Sandwich by Professor Christopher McGlothlin
Crockpot Red Beans and Rice by Tony Law
Goblin Verde by Jason Buhlman
Game (Un)Friendly “Grilled” Gruyere & Marinated Onion Sandwiches by Scott Woodard
Hell Soup by Rob Schwalb
Margaret Ann Powler’s Game Night Bowls by Jason Morningstar
Slow Cooker Ratatouille by Marsha White
Smoked BBQ Rib Sandwich by Kevin Kulp
Southern BBQ Salmon by Chris Helton
Spiced Stuffed Cabbage by Tracy Barnett
“You All Meet at the Tavern” Quick Beef Stew by Clint Black
Anzac Biscuits by Alex Flagg
Aunt Beth’s Peanut Butter Swirl Bars by Katie Tower
Bourbon Bread Pudding by Hans Cummings
Fruits of the Forest by Monica Valentinelli
Microwave Caramel Popcorn Brain…Mmmm, Brains! by Kerry Breitenstein
Puppy Chow by Elizabeth Bauman
Summer Fruit Trifle by Nicole Lindroos