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For over 60 years, it's been America's favorite word game and now an even more convenient and luxurious version is here: Scrabble Deluxe. Now each player sees the letters upright because the gameboard rotates. Words won't slip or slide out of place thanks to a raised-grid style board that holds them. Players can organize their letter tiles on a curved tile rack to get an optimum view of each letter. And to take your game on the road, just store the game pieces in two built-in side trays. Scrabble Deluxe also comes complete with a premium carrying case.

Celebrate 60 years of winning words! This SCRABBLE game offers special features designed with one idea in mind: to spoil Scrabble players wherever they go. Unfold the premium carrying case to reveal a colorful, rotating gameboard that allows each player to see the letters upright. The raised-grid style of the board guarantees that your words won't slip or slide out of place. While you're puzzling over how to use a Q without U, you can organize your tiles on a curved tile rack that provides an optimum view of each letter. Ready to take your game on the road? Simply store the game pieces in two built-in side trays. There's never been a more convenient or luxurious way to enjoy America's favorite word game!

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Customer Reviews
Date Added: Saturday 03 January, 2015
Nice edition of this classic.
Rating: [5 of 5 Stars!]
Date Added: Saturday 03 January, 2015
Very nice, easy to transport being everything is contained within the scrabble board. Turns very easily on a table or large T.V. tray.We are enjoying playing the game. Only wish it came with a scrabble dictionary.
Rating: [4 of 5 Stars!]
Date Added: Saturday 03 January, 2015
Compact, storage great & complete. Swivel action makes it so much easier to use. I have one, my friends all have one and I just bought my daughter one. Thanks!!!
Rating: [5 of 5 Stars!]
Date Added: Friday 02 January, 2015
My hubby loved it. We like to take the game with us on our vacations, and this one is easy to pack. We usually take one with a turn base but it's big. This one has wheels that let it spin and closes up compactly. We like the bright colors on it too, and the drawers are nice for holding everything. The one thing it didn't have was the scorepad, but that's no big deal. I got it on a Christmas sale, but it's worth full price for the traveling Scrabble fanatic.
Rating: [5 of 5 Stars!]
Date Added: Thursday 01 January, 2015
Love how the table turns and the tiles are locked into place. Very neat how the game pieces fit into the drawers and slide into place. The split game board folds up neatly and is held in place magnetically. While open the board sits very flat. Very well thought out.
Rating: [5 of 5 Stars!]
Date Added: Wednesday 31 December, 2014
I bought this for a friend to upgrade her Scrabble experience. The wheels are nice and the fold it up into its own storage is great. I am disappointed in the tiles. Hasbro quality control has slipped. Tiles vary in size and some have a slanted edge. We know that the T is shorter than the others. The E's are in bolder type than all the others. We are not cut-throat players, but it does bug us a little. Maybe we will put her old tiles in the new game...
Rating: [3 of 5 Stars!]
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