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2-player board game 7 Wonders Duel falls to a stupidly low price with almost 50% off

2-player board game 7 Wonders Duel falls to a stupidly low price with almost 50% off
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2-player board game 7 Wonders Duel has had a massive discount at Amazon, dropping by 48% in price; it's now $17.88 instead of the usual MSRP of $34.99.

This is the lowest price you can expect for 7 Wonders Duel outside of sales season. We've dug into the numbers and, aside from a record low over 2021's Black Friday board game deals (where it hit $14.49), this is the cheapest the 2-player board game has been for years. Indeed, it normally sits at around $24 on average and doesn't dip much below $19 at the best of times.

As a streamlined version of the full 7 Wonders (which has also been reduced at Amazon by a slightly more modest 28%), Duel takes the original's strategic gameplay and pares it down so that a couple can play it instead. Considering how the standard 7 Wonders requires a minimum of three players, that's a welcome . Plus, it's not a compromise either. 7 Wonders Duel is one of the better board games for 2 players, so picking it up while it's this affordable is a very good call - you probably won't get a better opportunity. 

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7 Wonders Duel | $34.99

7 Wonders Duel | $34.99 $17.88 at Amazon
Save 48% - As a two-player version of the full 7 Wonders, this take is a little more streamlined. However, that doesn't mean it's lost any of its excellence. Duel is every bit as good as the normal game, so being able to grab it for almost $14 less in the early Black Friday board game deals is a steal.

UK deal - £25.86 £19.16 at Amazon

7 Wonders | $59.99

7 Wonders | $59.99 $43.13 at Amazon
Save 28% - If you'd rather go for the full 3 to 7-player version, the original 7 Wonders is also on offer right now for a slightly more humble discount. It's a good choice if you want something strategic but accessible.

UK deal - £44.50 £35.27 at Amazon


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Benjamin Abbott

As the site's Tabletop & Merch Editor, you'll find my grubby paws on everything from board game reviews to Lego buying guides. I've been writing about games in one form or another for almost a decade (with bylines ranging from Metro.co.uk to TechRadar) and joined the GamesRadar+ team in 2018. I can normally be found cackling over some evil plan I've cooked up for my group's next Dungeons & Dragons campaign.