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7 Family Game Night Must-Haves

Stock your home with these fun products, then plan a family game night.

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Exploding Kittens

Exploding Kittens Game
$20, explodingkittens.com

A card game like no other, Exploding Kittens is a strategic game the whole family will enjoy. Take turns drawing cards, but look out for tacocats, laser beams, and of course, exploding kittens.


Throw Throw Burrito

Throw Throw Burrito
$25, explodingkittens.com

Throw Throw Burrito is half card game, half dodgeball, and a whole lot of fun. It’s a game of card matching, with added burrito fights—don’t worry, they’re soft—to get you moving and laughing.

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Hot Air Popcorn Maker

Popcorn maker
$35, williams-sonoma.com

Pop your own popcorn with the Open Kitchen by Williams Sonoma Hot Air Popcorn Maker. It makes 12 cups in less than five minutes—no oil needed—and pops it right into your bowl.


Grant Serving Tray from Crate & Barrel

tray
$30, crateandbarrel.com

The Grant Serving Tray from Crate & Barrel makes it a breeze to transport snacks and drinks from the kitchen to your game room. The trays are easy to wipe clean and come in three color options.


Washed Corduroy Floor Pillows

Pillow
$49, urbanoutfitters.com

Sitting around the coffee table is a lot more comfortable with a few Washed Corduroy Floor Pillows from Urban Outfitters. They’re velvety soft and available in multiple colors to suit your style.


Popcorn Bowls

popcorn bowl
$6-$20, crateandbarrel.com

Serve up a game night snack in these Popcorn Bowls from Crate & Barrel—they’re great for movie nights too! With two size options, everyone can share or enjoy a small bowl all to themselves.


Faux Fur Ruched Throw

blankets
$179, potterybarn.com

Wrap yourselves in the Faux Fur Ruched Throw from Pottery Barn, or lay it out on the floor for a soft place to play. Available in five colors, this comfy blanket is machine washable.

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