Complete Games for Sale - click name to purchase
(All games are previously played unless otherwise noted)
Game Condition =>  Pricing Scale (click link above)


# 05214 - 2007 Scrabble Pirates of the Caribbean game Hasbro $16.95
                                                Excellent  Condition (see NOTE above)

# 00000 - 2007 Scrabble Pirates of the Caribbean game Hasbro $14.95
                                                Very Good Condition - Sold Out

# 00000 - 2007 Scrabble Pirates of the Caribbean game Hasbro $13.95
                                                Acceptable Condition - Sold Out

Scrabble Pirates of the Caribbean game
©2007, Hasbro/Sababa Toys
Ages: 8 to Adult
Players: 2 to 4
Don's Game Closet
Supply
Rare
Some
Good
Game Parts Available for Sale

No Parts Available for Sale
Game Contents
DESCRIPTION - from the game
In the Scrabble Pirates of the Caribbean game, players form interlocking
words, crossword fashion on the board using letter tiles of different
values.  Each player competes for high score by taking advantage of the
letter tiles, the premium squares on the board and by earning bonus
word points by spelling out all of your favorite Pirates of the Caribbean
characters, terms and ships.  But more than anythings else, the object of
Scrabble, Pirates of the Caribbean Edition is to have lots of fun!

Shipping Wt: Approx. 2.5 lbs.
Minimum Purchase Required    More info
Click the “Buy Now” Button, which opens a secure
window to
PayPal to make your purchase.  To make
your purchase add up the total of the parts you wish
to order and enter that amount into the box of the first
page. On a later page, on the left side of the page,
please list the parts you are ordering in a drop down
box. Parts will be sent out within two days of payment.
1 Gameboard
100 Letter tiles
4 Tile racks
1 Letter bag
Rules

Tile Listing
A-9
B-2
C-2
D-4
E-12
F-2
G-3
H-2
I-9
J-1
K-1
L-4
M-2
N-6
O-8
P-2
Q-1
R-6
S-4
T-6
U-4
V-2
W-2
X-1
Y-2
Z-1
Blank-2
Share Comments,
Memories, Reviews
Email Us on Stock
NOTE: This game was
published without score
sheets, so a note pad will
do just fine as in the old
days of playing scrabble