312 reviews

Icebreaker Deck

$24.99 USD

"I have loved using these short prompts to get to know my co-workers/friends/family better. It’s a great mix of light-hearted topics as well as deeper conversation starters." - Megan D.

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Dominique J.
United States United States
Loved it! Great for family!

I bought this deck for my sister’s birthday getaway, a person I have known my whole life. There are times when we get boggled down in the mundane “how are you?” “How’s work?” Life is passed us by but the conversations can be surface level. The best self deck allowed us to have deeper conversations and I learned new things about her and same for her learning new things about me.

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scott T.
Canada Canada
Fun lil item

It’s a great conversation piece. It’s a tool. However it’s only good 4-5 times tops. Then you have the questions memorized.

Robert T.
United States United States

Great Great Great

United States United States
I actually enjoy Facebook now

I was about to delete my Facebook account because I was tired of the regurgitation of memes and politics, but I decided to start posting a card a day to my page and it’s given me a whole new appreciation for social media. I feel like I’ve gotten to know people so much better

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Chris P.
New Zealand New Zealand
Good concept, but questions need work.

I like the concept and it's certainly a useful deck of cards, but the questions are largely boring or unusuable, very few excite you into starting a conversation. It would be good to add some more 'fun' questions, e.g. "Would you ever take part in a threesome". That's not a great example, I'm just saying there are many types of question to get conversations flowing, and these ones are not ideal. Also the cards are large and bulky (too thick). I would prefer a more compact format to make carrying them around easier.

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