Nov 122014
 
You Can't Take the Sky from Me - Firefly

It’s Here!  The Firefly Clue and Yahtzee Sweepstakes

You Can't Take the Sky from Me - Firefly

 

A Medic’s World and a great set of bloggers who is helping promote this giveaway brings you a chance to win both a Firefly version of Clue and Yahtzee from the fine folks over at USAopoly who is sponsoring the prize. If you want to see additional pictures and the review head over to A Medic’s World and check it out.

Firefly was a TV Show that was on the Fox Broadcasting Network and was pulled way before its time. A movie came out about a year later called “Serenity” also the name of the ship in the show. It was created by Joss Whedon and was one of the best things to ever hit TV til fox cancelled it after one season. It now has a huge cult following, as company’s like USAopoly create fantastic versions of board games based on the show.

One lucky individual is going to win both the Firefly Clue, and Firefly Yahtzee to add to their gaming collection. Will it be you? Open to residents of the US only, one entry per household, and attempts to cheat or enter more than once other than the daily tweets will void all entries. Winner will have 48 hours to respond, or new winner will be selected. USAopoly is responsible for Prize Delivery. Participating Blogs were not compensated for this post. ~A Medic’s World.

 

** FCS teamed up with A Medic’s World to bring you this fabulous giveaway.  Finger Click Saver is not responsible for prize shipment.

  5 Responses to “Firefly Clue and Yahtzee Sweepstakes”

Comments (5)
  1. Our fav board game to play is PayDay. Tapple sounds like a fun game

  2. I love the game of Life but like Monopoly as well. I love that they have Wizard of Oz versions of both of those games.

  3. I love Jenga and operation. We love board games are in need of some new ones. Great family fun

  4. My favorite board game to play would either be Rummikub or Clue. Clue Dungeon & Dragons would probably be a hit with my crowd.

  5. I love to play Scrabble!!

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