Party Games for Women

Party games for women are a very important part of all direct sales home parties thrown by stay at home mom businesses. Here is a great list of party plan games and in home show party games. And most importantly, all are free home party games. Enjoy!

These party plan games are specifically about Tic-Tac-Toe and Bingos. If you are looking for other free home party games, please check out our party games for women index at the bottom of this page.

Tic Tac Toe Party Games for Women

Free home party games: Tic tac toe games are fun party plan games that can be utilized in so many different ways. Look at these ideas here and then alter the in home show party games to suit your needs. You can either preprint your own Tic Tac Toe pages for these games or hand out paper or index cards for your guests to do so on their own.

PRODUCT TIC TAC TOE
Have each guest pick out 9 of their favorite products from your display (great wish-list starter!) Have them write down, or draw a picture on their Tic-Tac-Toe boards for each item. As you go about your demonstration and show off the items, guests will cross out the item you are demonstrating if they have it on their board. When they get three in a row, they have to stand an holler “Tic-Tac-Toe!” in order to win their prize.

TRIP TIC-TAC-TOE
Party games for women: Have guests draw a Tic-Tac-Toe square and put one item in each square that they would take on a trip. Have each take a turn reading one item they have listed and everyone who has that item listed crosses it off. Winners could be: The first to complete three in a row, most crossed off, least crossed off, most creative items, etc.

Bingos

Bingo games make excellent party games for women at your direct sales home parties. You can either invest in a real bingo game and alter it to suit your party plan needs, or you can make your own bingo games.

DIRTY BINGO
Have each guest write their name on a piece of paper. Fold the paper over an place it in a (Tupperware) bowl. Place 2-3 gifts, unwrapped, on display.

Call out one name at a time. That person chooses a gift from the display. Call a second and third name, and have the winners also select a gift. When the gifts are gone, continue to call out names, one by one. Now, instead of taking a gift from the display, those whose names are drawn will take a gift from another guest!

Continue the game until all names have been called. The guests left with the gifts at the end of the game are the winners.

PURSE BINGO
These fun party games for women would not be complete without purse bingo! Have all guests stand with their purses. Name items that should be in a purse. When an item is called that a guest does not have in her purse, she sits down. The last one standing wins. Some items to call:

  • money
  • wallet
  • checkbook
  • keys
  • pen
  • tissues
  • lipstick/gloss
  • comb/brush
  • mirror
  • makeup
  • finger nail file

Tip: I always include “my business card” as one of the first couple items. Every guest will sit down. But then I pass out cards and they put them in their purses, which lets them back in the game. They keep my card for future use.

Money Party Games for Women

What free home party games list would be complete without money games? These fun party plan games are sure to get your guests excited.

$50 SHOPPING SPREE
Party games for women: Have gues write on a sheet of paper as many items as they could order with $50 in free merchandise. They may select only one of each item they choose. The person who orders the most items without going over $50 and comes closest to the $50 total wins.

PASS THE BUCK
Ask the guests how much they’d expect to pay for a gift. They’ll usually say $10-$15. Hand a $50 bill to a guest and tell everyone that each time an item is priced lower than what they expect to pay, to pass the buck to the next guest. Everyone pays closer attention to the demonstration and this helps them realize how reasonable the prices are. They person left holding the buck at the end of the party wins a prize.

Have you played any of these games at your parties? Which has been your favorite?

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