Hasbro’s Jenga Boom Review and Giveaway!

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On of my favorite games growing up was Jenga. You know the one – you take turns pulling out little bricks until the entire pile falls over. :) It has been a little while since I’ve played it, so I was excited to hear that Jenga is coming out with a new version of the game called Jenga Boom.

Just like the original Jenga, the goal of the game is to be the last player to pull a brick out before the tower comes tumbling down. But now there is a fun twist to go along with – there is a timer and a detonator that will “blow up” the tower, so you can’t take forever to pull your brick.

I took Jenga boom to a friend’s house last weekend and it was a huge hit amongst the adults and the kids. I always love games that can cross generations!

Amazon currently has Jenga Boom marked down to $14.86 (from $17.99)! It will also ship for free with an order over $25 or with am Amazon Prime account.


How would you like to win a Jenga Boom game for your family? Thanks to Hasbro I’m giving one away to a Bargain Blessings reader!

Here are your options for entering this giveaway:

1. Leave a comment telling me what your favorite childhood game was.

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Please make sure to leave a separate comment for each entry method you complete. E-mailing me is not a valid entry.

I will be selecting the winner at 5:00pm MT on Thursday, February 28th, so don’t forget to check back to see if you’ve won!

*This giveaway is sponsored by Hasbro. I also received a Jenga Boom game to perform this review. As always, all opinions expressed in this post are my own.
*By entering this giveaway you are agreeing to the Bargain Blessings Giveaway Rules and Disclosures.


  1. Harmony says

    My favorite games were card games. Didn’t matter which ones, I love them all. I even collected decks of cards for a while.

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