Ticket to Ride is a board game for 2-5 players and can be learned in under 15 minutes. Players aged 8 and over can spend 90 minutes of fun building their train routes. Gain points by having the longest train route and fulfilling destination tickets. For example, destination cards will tell you which cities to connect. If you achieve this and connect the two cities, you will get additional points.
Ticket to Ride is a simple game to play, yet it still provides loads of fun. Put your thinking skills to the test and remember that if players cannot connect cities, they will lose points, so use this to your advantage. The player with the most points will be the winner of the game!
Ticket to Ride Gameplay
Rules for Ticket to Ride can be found below:
- Players have three options to choose from: draw two train cards, claim a route, or draw destination cards.
- If you decide to draw train cards, you can get these from the face-up cards or the top of the deck.
- To claim a route, you must play a coloured set of cards equal to the colour and quantity of the route you are claiming. Place your train pieces and claim points depending on the length of your route.
- If you chose to draw destination cards, you can draw three new ones and must keep one of them. These will give or take points at the end of the game as indicated by the number on the card.
- When a player has zero, one or two trains left then each player gets one final turn.
- The player who has the longest continuous train path get a bonus of 10 points.
- The player with the most points will win the game!
- Map depicting the United States
- 240 Coloured Train Cars (48 each in Blue, Red, Green, Yellow & Black)
- 96 Train Cards (12 each in Red, Orange, Yellow, Green, Blue, Purple, Black & White)
- 14 Locomotive Wild Cards
- Scoring Summary Card
- 30 Destination Ticket Cards
- 1 Longest Route Bonus Card
- 2 Days of Wonder Advertisement Cards
- 5 Wooden Scoring Markers (Blue, Red, Green, Yellow & Black)
- Rules Booklet