Prices

The prices listed on our website are the same charged in-store. For out of stock games, the price listed is what we charged when it was in stock, but prices are always subject to change upon restock. Changes in the value of the dollar affect wholesale prices, and therefore affect our prices. Keep this in mind when you request an out of stock game.

Shipping to the USA:

We ship to both Canada and the mainland USA. Except for Magic the Gathering items, which we can only ship within Canada:

“As an Authorized Internet Retailer of Wizards of the Coast, we may only ship sealed Magic: the Gathering products within Canada.”

“As an Authorized Internet Retailer of Wizards of the Coast, we cannot sell current sealed Magic: the Gathering products business to business.”

Missing Components

Often a game might ship from the factory with missing components. Please contact the company who publishes the game, and they will promptly replace the missing components for you. Either look on their website or Google the name of the game and "replace missing components" to find a link to their customer service.

Return Policy

We accept exchanges and returns for store credit within 2 weeks of purchase any unopened items. All sales final on sale items.

Out of Stock Games

We at Board Game Warriors try to keep stock as up to date as possible. Games go in and out of print, much like books. There are also gaps between print runs. If you have any questions about the status of a game's availability please contact us.

 

Stock Updates

We update the site hourly. If you can put it in the cart, the game is available.

Shipping Costs

We use Canada Post, and determine shipping costs through their specifications of weight, size, and destination. If you want to find out how much an order will cost to ship to you, load up your cart and use the shipping estimator.

Why Brick and Mortar?

Many ask what the point is in shopping at a real store as opposed to an online seller who offers items for cheaper. There are many benefits to shopping brick and mortar. You can browse and physically handle the items. Many stores such as Board Game Warriors provide open copies of games to peruse or even try out. Also, there is staff who can answer questions or provide recommendations. And it is important as a way of supporting your local economy. Brick and Mortar stores pay taxes, hire workers, and strive for the betterment of their neighbourhoods.

 

Payment methods we accept

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