Ticket to Ride turns 10 years old. Let’s celebrate!

First introduced in 2004, Ticket to Ride has continued to delight millions of board game fans worldwide.

This year the award-winning train adventure game turns 10 years old and it’s time to celebrate with this very special Ticket to Ride 10th Anniversary Edition!

The Ticket to Ride 10th Anniversary Edition comes in an oversize game box featuring new cover design and graphics. It includes a giant US board map that is 50% larger than the original.

It still uses the classic US routes, but with new illustrations and design. There are 5 sets of finely sculpted custom plastic trains, each featuring a different type of train car and unique paint scheme reminiscent of toy trains of yesteryear.

This special 10th Anniversary Edition is a “must-have” for Ticket to Ride fans. The game play remains faithful to the original classic US map version – but the new design, illustrations, oversized map and especially the new custom trains and tin storage boxes – take the Ticket to Ride experience to a whole new level.

Ticket to Ride 10th Anniversary Edition is designed for 2 to 5 players, ages 8+ and includes a multi-lingual rulebook in 12 languages. It will be available throughout Europe in May and in North America and the rest of the world in June at a retail price of $100/€80.

For more information visit the website at www.ticket2ridegame.com/anniversary

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28 Responses to “Ticket to Ride turns 10 years old. Let’s celebrate!”

  1. Mary says:

    Does it come with the original little cards, or the 1910 cards?

  2. Giancarlo says:

    Awesome! Is it possible to use trains with other TTR versions, or are they bigger than the old ones?

    • MarkoPolo says:

      No, because the board is larger, the trains are also slightly larger and won’t fit the original maps.

  3. Eric Burgess says:

    Any chance of a second map on the back of the board?

  4. Brenden says:

    Redoing all of the art for the map and you can’t move Duluth? Alas.
    It does look beautiful, though. Love the individual trains.

  5. Mark Widner says:

    Where is the pre-order link? Have cash, ready to spend.

  6. AmandaKay says:

    What are the exact measurements of the 50% larger board? I do not want to buy a game that I can’t play because it doesn’t fit on my table.

  7. Trondkla says:

    Awesome! Pre-order link please! Want to be sure that I get this :D

  8. Chris Miller says:

    Love it and will order it ASAP but sad that there is no yellow :(

  9. Gianluca says:

    Hi,
    just two questions:
    1. how can I pre-order it?
    2. Will be available (online) in Italian as well?
    Best,
    Gianluca

    • MarkoPolo says:

      No pre-orders available yet, but they will be available from our European webstore when they do become available. Yes, Italian is one of the languages included in the 10th Anniv. Edition.

  10. Ken Kmak says:

    Will the new game use the USA 1910 sized cards or the original small size cards?

  11. Isaac says:

    I’m fairly new to board games and I have heard nothing but great things about Ticket to Ride. Should I get this anniversary edition or get the normal one? If I want to get expansions later on for the game, will the anniversary edition interfere with them?

    • Ben says:

      My advice – get the anniversary edition. When you buy a second game, buy the standard Europe edition. After that, your Europe components would be compatible with any other expansion you buy.

  12. K says:

    Get them both. Or get the aniversary, and then europe. I guess you can use europe´s train sets on expansions.

  13. Steve says:

    Will Days of Wonder be making a map pack for this size of train? Even a poster collection would be fine or at a minimum some high-res files that can be printed on posters. I can’t see dropping $100 msrp and only having one map when there are a dozen+ out already.

    • Eric Hautemont says:

      There are (currently) no plans to release giant-sized reprints of any of the other maps; we’ll see how this one does first.

  14. Ed says:

    What will the white and yellow trains look like?

    • Eric Hautemont says:

      There are now white or yellow trains. The colors on routes have nothing to do with the colors of trains, gameplay-wise.

      • Ben says:

        Do you mean ‘there are NO yellow and white trains’? Would have been amazing if it was the first edition to come with more than 5 sets of trains. Nevertheless, the 5 colours that are there (and the tins they come in) look absolutely amazing, and the train cards are gorgeous.

  15. Kanaduchi says:

    Are you going to use magnetic paper on the maps and small magnets in wagons in next releases of Ticket To Ride?

    It will be great for accurate fixing wagons on the map.

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