21 November 2011 | Event Center

Don't Miss the FFG Event Center's Holiday Sale

Great holiday deals in the FFG Event Center for a limited time

The holiday season has arrived, and that means it’s time to take the great holiday sale at the Fantasy Flight Games Event Center. From Wednesday, November 23rd through Sunday, December 4th, you'll find a great reason to celebrate with most lines on sale.

Whether you’re looking to stock up on Christmas gifts for friends and family or just taking advantage of the chance to pick up hundreds of fantastic games at a mere fraction of their regular prices, the Holiday Sale is a wonderful reason to be grateful this Thanksgiving.

Massive discounts throughout the store

Most everything in the Event Center is selling at great deals (except Fantasy Flight Games, Games Workshop and Army Painter products*). You’ll find savings on hundreds of the greatest games available, including Dominion, D&D, Magic: The Gathering, Settlers of Catan, Pathfinder, and the hot new Dystopian Wars! Many are sold at 40% for this limited sale time.

The Fantasy Flight Games Event Center is a full retailer, carrying products from dozens of different gaming companies, and you can find savings from all of them. The sale covers products from AEG, Alliance, Mayfair, Paizo, Privateer Press, Rio Grande, Steve Jackson Games, Wiz Kids, Z-man and more!

*You’ll also find great deals on select products from Fantasy Flight Games, Army Painter, and Games Workshop.

Games, games, support for games, and more games!

The Holiday Sale is a fantastic opportunity for gamers of all tastes as well as the people who love them. You’ll find board games, card games, roleplaying games, and miniatures games, as well as tokens, dice, and magazines.

Don’t wait to head to the Event Center and take full advantage of the in-store Holiday Sale. Trust us, you’ll want to beat the rush!

The Fantasy Flight Games Event Center Holiday Sale begins Wednesday, November 23rd at 4 PM. You can find the Event Center’s store hours on its website.

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