We don’t always play drinking games, but when we do, we prefer to play something that is actually fun. They’re great for holiday get-togethers with family (we could all use an ice breaker or two) or make fantastic stocking stuffers for the party animal in the family.

Today, you can get 20% off these drink-inspired games with the code GAMENIGHT. Here are some of our favorites from the collection.

Tipsy Tower Drinking Game


Best Tipsy Tower Block Tower Game
We’re always on the lookout for a new drinking game and this boozy twist on a classic is the perfect way to get the party started. This Tipsy Tour game is the perfect way to spice up a quiet night at home or to liven up any party. Half of the blocks included are blank, giving you the freedom to customize the game with your own rules. Trust us, your family gatherings will never be the same!

Drinkle Drinking Game



No one wants to play a complicated drinking game. That’s why we love this four-player board game that’s easy to learn and comes with everything you need for a fun night in. The board itself even doubles as coasters with built-in bottle openers. Simply grab your friends, grab a beer, and follow the rules on the tiles as you land on them. How easy is that?

Somm Blinders Blind Tasting Game



One of the best parts of getting into wine is that there’s a world of knowledge awaiting. You can take a deep dive into countries, regions, subregions, producers, varietals, specific vintages, and more. You can put years into learning about wine, and still not know everything. And, while that fact can be daunting, it also can be an invitation to take it one day at a time and enjoy every last glass.

That’s why we love the Somm Tasting Games, which you can purchase each deck separately or as a complete bundle. The bundle includes the Original, White, and Red packs. This genius game is a great way to get into blind tasting (the skill that even sommeliers struggle to hone) and to enjoy a night of wine and fun with friends.

Here’s how it works: the next time you plan a wine tasting evening (or even a game night with wine-loving friends), ask everyone to bring a foil-wrapped bottle from the varietals listed in the deck.

Then, gain points by correctly matching your cards up to the wine. You’ll strengthen those wine muscles, have some fun, maybe get into some heated debates, and get to drink some classic wines with the people you care about. What could be better?

Grab a pack, or all three, then get tasting! And, in the meantime, start practicing your poker face.