I’m not going to overload this post with a bunch of cartoony Irish colloquialisms, so I’m just going to cut right to the chase: Art of Play’s Lucky Draw deck of playing cards, which already looks swank in its original red edition, is celebrating Saint Patrick’s day with a limited run of a special green variant.
— Art of Play (@artxplay) March 7, 2018
Printed on premium crushed stock and designed in conjunction with Sideshow Press, the Lucky Draw deck features an elegantly minimalist yet familiar design, and are packaged inside a letterpress-printed tuck case. The green coloring mixes well with the standard design, and makes it a festive addition to your collection without being as obvious as the generic shamrock-emblazoned decks you might find at your local drug store.
You can pick up a deck for yourself at Art of Play for $15 at the link here. They’re available now, but will start shipping out on March 9. If you’re interested in snagging one, act fast: they’re only available until March 17 or when stocks run out, whichever comes first.
Is the glass half empty or half full? Doesn’t matter, you can always get another beer, but you won’t be able to get another deck of Bicycle’s Craft Beer playing cards when this limited run gets snapped up by thirsty punters.
The deck is dedicated to fifty three of America’s finest (or “least awful,” if you’re European) local breweries and includes offerings from Uinta Brewing, Valley Vineyards, Gun Hill and, uh, “Ass Clown Brewing Company,” the logo of which adorns the Joker, of course.
Once they're gone, they're gone- We still have a few of the original Craft Beer Deck, get them before they are gone forever! Get them @ https://t.co/NZv3sev894 #Bicyclecards #playingcards #uspcc #craftbeer pic.twitter.com/8izyM21eRX
— Bicycle® Cards (@bicyclecards) February 27, 2018
The cards are printed on premium cardstock complete with the usual Air-Cushion finish and will run you a smooth $3.99 for a single deck or $21.54 for a case of six. Bicycle would also like to remind you to drink responsibly, presumably so you don’t end up playing 52 card pickup with your fancy new deck.