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Hello, I hope you are doing well.

Amazon.com [amazon.com] has Sushi Go Party! Card Game on sale for $13.79. Shipping is free with Prime or a $25+ order.

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  • This beats the previous +75 Frontpage deal by $0.94.
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  • Sushi Go Party!, an expanded version of the best-selling card game Sushi Go!, is a party platter of mega maki, super sashimi, and endless edamame. You still earn points by picking winning sushi combos, but now you can customise each game by choosing à la carte from a menu of more than twenty delectable dishes.
  • Ages 8 and up
  • 2 to 8 players
  • Playing time: 30 minutes
  • 181 cards and 22 menu titles
  • 8 wooden pawns and 1 game board
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If I bought it last time, will Amazon refund the price difference?
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Fish for some coins under the coach and call it good! But i feel you, i hate that feeling that i could've saved just a little more.
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If I bought it last time, will Amazon refund the price difference?
No, they only do that for TVs. YMMV but I wouldn't risk it.
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Dang, I just bought Sushi Go. Worth getting this instead? We haven't played either.
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If I bought it last time, will Amazon refund the price difference?
Nope, Amazon doesn't price match
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Fun game, and the price seems pretty decent for it. Girlfriend got it as a gift a while back, and it's very easy to explain to non-gamers. The only downside is the strategy at times, which gets simplified to "always play pudding first," but aside from that, pretty casual and fun. Good with 3 players as well as the maximum.

Edit: I just realized this is Sushi Go! Party, where I just described Sushi Go! My mistake!!
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If you order this, check the cards that they give you. The set I got had two different size cards. It was a tiny difference that doesn't affect gameplay, but it does make shuffling very difficult.

There's a few reddit threads detailing it.
I ended up just getting a full refund from Amazon, who let me keep the cards. The company didn't respond to my request for proper cards.

As for the gameplay, it takes a while to get the rules down pat, especially for cards which let you steal other people's cards, but it's quite fun.. And somewhat based in reality. Ex: tofu tastes bad in large quantities, and just one hand roll makes me sad.
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Dang, I just bought Sushi Go. Worth getting this instead? We haven't played either.
I think this version is much better. More choices for cards to play with, which means games will be a little different every time. My main reason for liking this version better is because I don't care for the chopsticks and they will be in every game of the original version.
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Dang, I just bought Sushi Go. Worth getting this instead? We haven't played either.
The "Party" version is able to play with more players (up to 8 compared to 5 in the original) and has more cards to choose to play with. I would say that the Party one is better.

The only thing nice about the original is that it is pretty compact.
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Dang, I just bought Sushi Go. Worth getting this instead? We haven't played either.
This is a significant upgrade to base sushi go as it adds another ~15 items that you can mix and match with. This leads to vastly different strategies from game to game; you can go for a more friendly game or add cutthroat cards that let you sabotage your opponents. If you can still refund it I would definitely do so and get this version. The only downside over the base is slightly more setup time (~5 minutes) since you need to decide on the set of sushi you want to play with and assemble the deck. They have preconfigured variants in the manual to make this quicker.
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One of our favorite games - if you're on the fence, jump and get it!
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I think this version is much better. More choices for cards to play with, which means games will be a little different every time. My main reason for liking this version better is because I don't care for the chopsticks and they will be in every game of the original version.
Chopsticks are so OP! To each their own I suppose haha. I do agree that this version is more fun. I haven't tried the board game mode yet.

Also, I was able to get reimbursed the price difference from the original posting. I bought it for regular selling price.
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to each their own, but i found the game pretty stupid. daughter seems to like it, but i wouldn't shed a tear if it accidentally was used for fire kindling.
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