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Supermarket Sweep: The Board Game was the official home companion to the original 1965-1947 ABC version of Supermarket Sweep. Originally a consolation prize, and in addition to players keeping all groceries acquired in the Big Sweep, the Board Game allowed players to play the game at home. It was later released in stores where consumers wishing to play the game could have the opportunity to do so.

PremiseEdit

Based on the original ABC version, and published by Milton Bradley in 1966, the game was played in two parts. Players guess the price of grocery items during the game's first part and sweep through the supermarket represented by the gameboard during the game's second part. The player who accumulates the most points in cards during the sweep wins.

VariantsEdit

While Supermarket Sweep is most recognized for its Lifetime (1990s) and PAX (2000s) revivals, only the original ABC series tried a home conversion.

ContentsEdit

The box contents include:

  • 1 Instruction manual
  • 1 Gameboard
  • 1 "Quick-tick" timer
  • 4 Wooden pegs
  • 4 Shopping cart tokens (red, green, yellow, blue)
  • 8 Round bonus pieces (2x blue, 2x green, 2x red, 2x orange)
  • 8 Aisle pieces (2x blue, 2x green, 2x red, 2x orange)
  • 8 Aisle signs (2x Dairy and Frozen Foods (blue), 2x Fruits and Vegetables (green), 2x Meat and Fish (red), 2x Groceries (orange))
  • 120 Food cards (40x blue, 40x green, 40x red, 40x orange)
  • 1 Price List

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