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The 2017 NZ Election Drinking Game

The 2017 NZ Election Drinking Game

Magic Mustard is proud to present the unofficial drinking game of the 2017 New Zealand General Election.

Already garnering stunning reviews such as “Haha crack up” and “Oh yeah, I might do it eh” - this drinking game is shaping up to be the most exciting feature of this year’s already highly dramatic election campaign.

With over 70 rules plus a stunner of a bonus round, the 2017 NZ Election Drinking Game is sure to make the 23rd of September a historic night to remember for kiwis all over the country, no matter the result of the election.

Play the game online or print a poster for your flat wall at www.magic-mustard.com/2017-election

Follow along this Saturday night on Facebook and Twitter and with the hashtag #ElectionDrinkingGame.

Cheers!

Disclaimer: Magic Mustard encourages participants to vote before intoxication begins to avoid mistakes in the voting booth and to drink responsibly.

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