Frequently Asked Questions
Sell Outs can be bought through the Bad Kerning website. Currently we are selling this game ourselves, shipping out of our homes in Northeast Pennsylvania.
No. It does have black and white cards, and each round is judged by another player, but that is where the similarity ends. In fact, Sell Outs was concieved because we were dissatisfied with games like CAH.
In Sell Outs, you make a solution for a Problem Card using a Product Card and Feature Card from your hand, as well as a Random Feature Card. You should talk to your judge to prove why your product is best.
No. There are some similarities, because you are pitching your own product.
In Sell Outs, instead of drawing a customer card, you draw a Problem Card that introduces a scenario, and your product is made up of a chosen Product Card and Feature Card from your hand, as well as a Random Feature Card.
No. You do draw a random feature card for your pitch.
In Sell Outs, you are not just pitching a product, you are pitching your own product to solve the problem scenario. You might be trying to sell a car, and your opponents might have a zepplin.
No. You do end up using one white card and two black cards as your product.
In Sell Outs, one of your Feature Cards is drawn at random, and your products aren't fighting, at least not explicitly.
No. You are supposed to make a sales pitch, but not for a new company.
In Sell Outs, you want to create a Product to solve your customer's Problem.
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Sure. When placing the order, select 'Local Pickup', and your shipping cost will be $0. You will be responsible for picking up your copy. If you want it delivered, you should not select 'Local Pickup'.
It's both an expansion and a standalone game!
The cards in Sell Outs - Traveling Salesman Edition are designed similar to Sell Outs, so the 50 cards from the Traveling Salesman Edition can be added to Sell Outs like an expansion.
Sell Outs - Traveling Salesman Edition is also a game by itself, with double the content per card, and it was designed to be portable.