Cards Against Humanity Promises To Save America In Latest Marketing Event

Tuesday, 14 November 2017 11:00 Written by  Read 4 times
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Cards Against Humanity is back with another limited holiday promotion, providing the game's fanbase with another surprising twist, akin to previous events about purchasing wilderness or poop.

Despite the company behind the card game of the same name saying they’re done with holiday promotions of this sort, they’re back again with what the company describes as a plan to save America. According to a mockumentary set in the future and their FAQ, Cards Against Humanity is purchasing land along the U.S.-Mexico border, giving each person a bit of the land and retaining a law firm specializing in imminent domain to make sure a wall is never built. The mockumentary promises five more days of surprises to follow, but doesn’t detail them. As the company says on their website, “if you voted for Trump, you might want to sit this one out.”

A $15 purchase comes with additional surprises in later packages, but here on Day 1, all purchasers are being promised an illustrated map of the land, a certificate of promise to fight the building of a border wall, new cards for Cards Against Humanity, and other unnamed items spread out over six physical packages to be sent over the course of December 2017.

There are a limited number of slots available for purchase, so do so quickly if you intend to. You can purchase a slot by heading here.

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