Millennial Loteria: Y2K Edition (Millennial Loteria Series #6) (Game)

El Flip Phone! La Boy Band! Los Beanie Babies! This Y2K Edition of Millennial Lotería is a nostalgic blast from the past that you’ll immediately add to your top 8 on Myspace.

Bust out those neck chokers, put on your favorite low-rise jeans, and turn on TRL, because we’re about to play Millennial Lotería like it’s 1999.

Millennial Lotería: Y2K Edition blends your favorite "Mexican Bingo" game with all your favorite things from growing up in the late '90s and early aughts. With all new cards like El AIM, El Ring Pop, Los Lunchables, and Las Frosted Tips, this Y2K edition will transport you right back to the comfort of your inflatable couch.

Millennial Lotería: Y2K Edition includes:
• 46 cards
• 10 boards
• 108 CD tokens
Mike Alfaro is a Bilingual Content Creator and Award-Winning Creative Director. He is the creator of “Millennial Lotería”, a modern update to the classic Latinx card game that became a #1 Best Seller and sold out at every Target store in America. Mike has collaborated and worked with Honda, Walt Disney Pictures, DC Comics, HBO, Target, Maker’s Mark Whiskey, and even on a special commission by President Joe Biden.
Product Details ISBN: 9781950968862
ISBN-10: 1950968863
Publisher: Blue Star Press
Publication Date: November 15th, 2022
Language: English
Series: Millennial Loteria Series
“You need this Millennial Lotería for your next game night.” –Latina Magazine

“Millennial Lotería se ha vuelto un ícono de la sociedad actual latina y un hit en Instagram” –Cosmopolitan Magazine Mexico

“Lotería cards for Millennials exist and they are too perfect.”

“Someone made loteria for millennials and itʼs for sure gonna sell out fast.”

“Perfect for the woke generation.”

“This guy gave Loteria the millennial makeover they deserve” –Huffington Post

“All hail Millennial Lotería, the brilliant rendition of the game created by Mike Alfaro.”

“Loteria cards got a genius millennial makeover” –The Chicago Tribune

“A witty, introspective, and at times, critical version of the game that many Latinos grew up loving.”