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Haggle Color Cards


Haggle - Sid Sackon's Classic Negotiation Party Game

Haggle is a 1963 negotiation, trading party game from renowned designer Sid Sackson. A group of players have a number of color cards and two rule cards (usually out of 15 rules) that explain how scoring works, and must haggle to get information and trade for cards that they'll then turn in to a game moderator before a predetermined end point. Based on the rules of the scenario, color cards will score in certain ways. The player who uncovers the scoring mechanisms and trades for the most valuable cards is the winner.

The game itself is public domain, and the premise encourages the creation of unique rule sets.

This item is a deck of 150 cards of five different colors, enough for 15 players (10 per player) in the game's standard rules.

See the designer's other listings on DriveThruCards for rule sets and scenarios for the game. This color card deck is intended for use with these or your own scenario creations.

  1. Scenarios 1-2
  2. Scenarios 3-4
  3. Scenarios 5-6
  4. Scenarios 7-8
These cards can also be used as generic components in games requiring 1-5 colors of card or other resource.

Haggle can be grand fun at a party, gathering, convention or other meetup, across several hours or as little as 30 minutes!

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This title was added to our catalog on October 19, 2023.
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