Best Cards Against Humanity Expansion Packs for Laughs

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On today’s episode of the Cards Against Humanity series, you’ll meet the best expansions and themed packs of this hilarious card game Before making this list, I always found it overwhelming to distinguish all the packs and decide which one I would prefer to buy. For your fate and mine, today you’ll get details about each of them! 

  • Expansions: 
  1. Glow In The Dark;
  2. The Everything Box;
  3. The Red Box;
  4. The Blue Box;
  5. The Green Box;
  6. The Absurd Box;
  7. The Hot Box;
  8. Ultimate Expansion;
  • Themed packs:
  1. Picture Packs;
  2. Nostalgic Packs;
  3. Dad Pack;
  4. Period Pack;
  5. The Ass Pack;
  6. Science Pack;
  7. Culture Wars Pack;
  • Bundles: 
  1. Nerd Bundle;
  2. Hidden Gems Bundle;
  3. Nasty Bundle;
  4. Pop Culture Bundle;
  • Final thoughts:

Expansions Of Cards Against Humanity 

When comparing the importance, the expansions are almost as valuable as the main games, especially when talking about Cards Against Humanity. Not only do they bring a huge deck of cards to add to your game, but, add jokes & creativity too! 

1. Glow In The Dark Box

CAH Glow In The Dark Box

Amazon ($17.49) & Cards Against Humanity ($20.00) | Ages 10+;

Although the Glow In The Dark expansion can be enjoyed by adults too, it was originally made to be mixed with the Family Edition. This pack brings 300 new cards to your deck, including 50 black ones and 250 white cards, which can easily be played as a stand-alone too! The box glows in the dark, and there are glow-in-the-dark stickers too for all the kids & adults playing! Check out the cards list here: Glow In The Dark Spreadsheet.

2. The Everything Box

CAH Everything Box

Amazon ($20.00) & Cards Against Humanity ($20.00) | Ages 17+;

This is literally an everything box. Cards include jokes & truths about the chaotic world we’re living in. This contains 300 brand-new cards too, specifically, 49 black cards and 251 white ones. It is made to be added to the main game of CAH, or if you wish, can be mixed with one of the unofficial editions. Ps. There’s a bagel with all types of seeds on top, which explains the game idea. 

For your curiosity, here’s the card list

3. The Red Box

The Red Box CAH

Amazon ($20.00) & Cards Against Humanity ($20.00) | Ages 17+;

The colored boxes in the following are legendary! The first one everyone talks most about is the Red Box, which contains the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd expansions of Cards Against Humanity. As you guessed, it brings 300 cards to your game, meant to be played with any of the main games (no kids included, obviously). Since you can’t wait till you get the game, check what the cards contain here.

4. The Blue Box

blue box new

Amazon ($20.00) & Cards Against Humanity ($20.00) | Ages 17+;

You’re probably here because blue is your favorite color. Or because you liked the 4th, 5th, and 6th expansions of Cards Against Humanity years ago. Whatever the reason, this pack includes a total of 300 brand-new cards (which you may read in the card list), which will make your game experience better. Does the content have to do anything with blue? Absolutely not. 

5. The Green Box

green box new

Amazon ($20.00) & Cards Against Humanity ($20.00) | Ages 17+;

Fellas, this is the last pack of CAH names after a color. At least till the 2023 Releases. The Green Box includes 245 white cards and 55 black ones, therefore, a total of 300 added cards. Just as in every pack of CAH, the cards are very funny, and a few of them are really dirty as well, so, just a reminder to pick your company well. Ps. We know you’re dying to see the card spreadsheet!

6. The Absurd Box

absurd box new box

Amazon ($20.00) & Cards Against Humanity ($20.00) | Ages 17+;

The Absurd Box makes you laugh out loud in the middle of the night, literally. The cards are absurd and take a little more to understand, but that’s what makes it funnier! There are 300 cards included in a box, divided into 255 white cards and 45 black ones. Specifically, you’ll talk about a baby weighing 700 pounds, the boring-ass white bitch from work, and more! Well, don’t forget to take a look at the card list for more. 

*These last boxes (the color-named ones and the Absurd Box) were updated a few times, so they removed a few inappropriate, offensive cards and added some refreshed ones. And if there’s any card you don’t understand, check the Cards Against Humanity cards explained

7. The Hot Box

Amazon ($20.00) & Cards Against Humanity ($20.00) | Ages 17+;

One of the newest & hottest expansions of Cards Against Humanity is the Hot Box, with a total of 300 cards to turn the game night into fire! This expansion is played using the same Cards Against Humanity rules, but, brings brand-new cards, and pretty hot topics: the green card, the good men being gay, red flags, and more. Wanna check the card list of this box?

8. Ultimate Expansion

Amazon ($129.00) & Cards Against Humanity ($129.00) | Ages 17+;

The Ultimate Expansion holds everything you love about CAH. Even the Boks case! It is Ultimate because contains nearly 2000 cards, and your favorite expansions and themed editions, in total, around 15 packs, plus 100 extra blank cards for you to make your own expansion. It costs a little more because of the huge deck of cards, and the extraordinary quality of the storage case! 

Themed Packs

Well, yeah, the expansions & bundles are bewildering. But, once you know exactly what you’re looking for, and think cards of such topics are missing in your pack of Cards Against Humanity (or while playing the drinking version as well), you should look for the themed packs! 

1. Picture Packs – 1, 2 & 3

The picture packs are the most detailed products of Cards Against Humanity ever, come in 3 packs, and each brings 30 new cards to your deck: 18 white cards, and 12 black ones, all with pictures included. Yes, they’re pretty similar to What Do You Meme!

Picture Pack 1

picture pack 1

Amazon ($5.00) & Cards Against Humanity ($5.00) | Ages 17+;

If you can’t wait to get the deck, here’s how the cards look:

picture pack card list photos 1

Picture Pack 2

Amazon ($5.00) & Cards Against Humanity ($5.00) | Ages 17+;

I guess we love these under $10 card games. This is how the Picture Card Pack 2’s cards look:

picture pack cards list photos 2

Picture Pack 3

Amazon ($5.00) & Cards Against Humanity ($5.00) | Ages 17+;

Last but not least, the 3d Picture Pack, which brings another 30 new cards to you! You might find all the cards here with the pictures attached!

2. Nostalgic Packs

Packs in the following bring back memories. Depending on the name, the content deals with the stuff of that specific period. Till now, they’ve made the 90s and 2000s Nostalgia Pack, and they’ll make you laugh & cry at the same time… Both bring 30 new cards meant to be mixed with the main game! 

90s Nostalgia Pack

90s nostalgia pack

Amazon ($5.00) & Cards Against Humanity ($5.00) | Ages 17+;

A special love for the 90s kids with this card game! Here’s the full card list: card spreadsheet of the Nostalgia Pack

2000s Nostalgia Pack

2000s Nostalgia Pack

Amazon ($5.00) & Cards Against Humanity ($5.00) | Ages 17+;

It’s time for the 2000s you guys. We know you’d like a sneak peek of the cards: card list

3. Dad Pack

Dad Pack

Cards Against Humanity ($5.00) | Ages 17+;

Well, who doesn’t enjoy some hilarious (at least they think so) dad jokes? The Dad Pack brings 30 cards, which, don’t let it fool you, isn’t kid-friendly, and must be mixed with the main game only! It includes stuff like emotional unavailability, tripping on an object and becoming angry, and you know, other typical dad stuff. If you wish, check the card list here

4. Period Pack

Period Pack

Amazon ($5.00) & Cards Against Humanity ($5.00) | Ages: 17+; 

Finally, a good thing about periods. Finally! This pack is made for the girls, but if any of the boys want to get involved, sure. They can try to feel the pain too! This pack contains 30 brand-new cards too, and you’ll make jokes about period globs, feeling bloaty, carrying a fetus to term, and other painful stuff. You may read all of these and more here.

5. The Ass Pack

Amazon ($5.00) & Cards Against Humanity ($5.00) | Ages 17+;

Well, this name is pretty creative we might say… It’s another mini-expansion with 30 new cards, which they say are made regarding butts: red baboon ass, me arse, cellulite, and others you may guess. It gets dirtier, trust me. The card list proves what I just said.

6. Science Pack

Cards Against Humanity ($5.00) | Ages 17+;

For all our science nerds, who perhaps want to ignore talking about asses, or periods, or get nostalgic, we are bringing the Science Pack to you. The 30 cards are all made to discuss and make fun of science stuff, astronomy, global warming,  David Attenborough, and such things. Since you barely can wait to have the Science Pack in your collection of cards, read the contents here

7. Culture Wars Pack

Amazon ($5.00) & Cards Against Humanity ($5.00) | Ages 17+;

What could the Culture Wars pack possibly be about? Well, these 30 cards discuss America’s important issues, but in a hilarious, sarcastic way! We’re talking about mass shootings, Tucker Carlson, Hunter Biden’s thing, and so forth. America doesn’t have these problems only. Take a look at some more of them here:

Bundles Of CAH

What the manufacturers did with bundles, is they have assembled similar expansions (when it comes to their themes) and made a collection, in other words, a Bundle. You get several packs in one, at a cheaper price. 

1. The Nerd Bundle

Nerd Bundle

Amazon ($20.00) | Ages 17+;

This one’s a special edition for all our nerds. For all those who love the Fantasy, Sci-Fi, WWW, Geek, and Human Pack. Besides all these, there are a few more cards for you nerds that don’t belong to any of these themed packs. The Nerd Bundle brings a total of around 190 cards, and for your extraordinary curiosity, you might read the extra 10 cards in this list!

2. Hidden Gems Bundle

Hidden Gems Bundle

Amazon ($20.00) | Ages 17+;

Basically, they grouped all hidden gems of CAH in a box. This includes the Pride, Season Greetings, Science, Food, Dad, and College pack, plus of course, 10 extra cards (which you may read here). Since it’s a combo of all these cool packs and makes around 190 cards, you could play a short game with 2 or 3 players with this bundle only, but of course, nothing beats mixing it with the main game! 

3. Nasty Bundle

Nasty Bundle

Amazon ($20.00) & Cards Against Humanity ($20.00) | Ages 17+;

Here’s the Period, Weed, Ass, Saves America, Picture Card Packs 1 and 2, and as you know already, 10 extra cards! It’s probably the most chaotic bundle to exist. The themed packs contain a total of 180 cards, which you’re informed about already, while the 10 extra cards are brand-new, and dirty as hell, and you might prove it if you take a look at the card spreadsheet

4. Pop Culture Bundle

Pop Culture Bundle

Amazon ($20.00) & Cards Against Humanity ($20.00) | Ages 17+;

Not least at all, The Pop Culture Bundle, a pack that has brought together Culture Wars, 2000s Nostalgia, 90s Nostalgia, Scary Pack, Picture Card Pack 3, Climate Catastrophe, and to double the fun, a few extra cards about pop culture. Just like all other bundles, Pop Culture also includes a total of 190 cards, and you might read what’s in the extra ones here.

Final Thoughts

Obviously, Cards Against Humanity has made hundreds of packs, and it would be nearly impossible to write about every single one of them, so, we made a list of the best packs ever!

Make sure to read the descriptions carefully and use our savings codes to get your preferred games at the best prices possible. 

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