Are you a Trivial Pursuit aficionado? Have you played the game so many times that you know the questions by heart? Let’s make it fair to your competitors and help you to find a list of new Trivial Pursuit questions online.
We are going to be honest with you – we had hoped to make a more complete list of sources. However, Trivial Pursuit questions are the intellectual property of Hasbro (the games’ owners and distributors), so it’s been a little tricky. Some of the sites we found were open one day and closed the next. Under these circumstances, we have compiled a short but effective list of question sources for you.
What is Best Life Online? It’s a website for positive news and expert advice on wellness, health, technology, and more. Founded by David Zinczenko and part of the Meredith Health Group, Best Life Online does have some pretty interesting articles. Not only that, but they created a post that lists 30 incredibly difficult Trivial Pursuit questions that you can add to your next game night. What’s more, it’s free! If you get all of them right then hats off to you…!
Free Pub Quiz is one of our favorite question source websites and we found a post offering 60 free Trivial Pursuit Questions for you to peruse. With 10 questions per category, this will certainly spice up your game!
We all know that YouTube is a fountain of both useless and useful information. On this occasion, we love it! There is a whole heap of Trivial Pursuit questions available on YouTube from a variety of editions, from the 80s to Disney. We have linked a video of a virtual Trivial Pursuit contest that is almost one hour long…so grab your pen and paper and start jotting down the questions!
Online Versions of the Game
Depending on your platform of choice (eg Xbox, PlayStation, or PC), you have another choice — you can just play online instead of IRL. Everything from Trivial Pursuit Live! to playing TP on Tabletop Simulator is covered in our companion article here.
It would be remiss of us not to mention the latest Trivial Pursuit book. Published in 2015, this paperback includes 1,200 new questions for the game that covers the 6 traditional categories of geography, entertainment, history, art & literature, science & nature, and sport & leisure. For $6.99, this is a great option for those of us who really want to save time and energy!
There is a more official looking collection of questions (published by Hasbro) that was released in 2009, that also has thousands of additional questions for you:
Legal or not …
What do you call a category that errs on the side of legality? Well, we decided on ‘legal or not…!’ We are not 100% sure if these links are legal but hey, we found them on Google and wanted to share with you!
This forum post includes literally hundreds of Trivial Pursuit questions and answers. Not only is the original post by ‘Spilner’ an exhaustive source of questions, but people have continued to add to the post with additional questions. People of the Trivial Pursuit Board at TrueAchievements, we love you!
Back in 2015, a Ms Shirley Dee uploaded this e-book to wecabrio. And trivia fans have been thankful ever since. 204 pages long, the pdf is free to download – but you have to register first. You’re welcome…!
Buy Some Cards
Don’t forget, you can also buy just the TP cards without buying the whole game, too. So if you’re looking for a voluminous collection of new content to sink your brain-teeth into, then check out our corresponding article, “Just the Cards Ma’am.”
Still need more questions after all this? Check out our Epic List of Trivia Sources that you can use for your next game night! After all the questions don’t have to be from Trivial Pursuit, do they?