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Get a dose of trivia fun everyday in this free online Trivial Pursuit game!

Have fun and celebrate your trivia knowledge while playing online Trivial Pursuit Daily 20. Answer each online Trivial Pursuit question correctly to earn points and wedges every day. Collect all pieces to fill a complete an online Trivial Pursuit pie for a bonus each week. You don't need to be an online Trivial Pursuit expert to play this online board game. This free Trivial Pursuit game has a trivia question for everybody!



Play Trivial Pursuit every day online for free.


A new daily 20 question online Trivial Pursuit quiz keeps the game new and exciting.


The quicker you answer, the more points you are awarded.


Questions are pulled from the official Trivial Pursuit catalog covering 13 popular Trivial Pursuit categories.

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Trivial Pursuit Daily 20 is fun and easy to play online board game. In Trivial Pursuit Daily 20, you want to answer to most questions correctly as quickly as possible. Episodes are always 20 questions and you get one answer per question. If you answer wrong, you are alerted and the game moves on to the next question.

Simply start an episode and answer the questions when they appear by clicking on the answer. Don't delay though, every 5 seconds an answer is removed and the points for that question drop. The game uses thousands of questions from the original board game and when you answer correctly, you earn points. Collect points to earn a wedge. You'll have to get 1100 points to get the wedge and if you do there are tokens and celebrations to be had

Unlike traditional Trivial Pursuit, the game is played by a single player and instead of moving a piece around the Trivial Pursuit game board, you move your wedge downward into the waiting pie. Earning a wedge will earn you a jackpot spin! Can you take it to the next level by earning all of the wedges in a week? If so you'll score big on tokens, bonuses and ranks for Club Pogo players.

The game starts when one clicks the Daily Episode, the Calendar or the Random Game (only available to Club Pogo users) buttons. The daily episode and random games will launch the start of the episode so be ready. The calendar will let you select to play previous days or re-play days where you didn't earn the wedge.

Once you begin an episode, it is considered "played" so do not exit a game unless it is absolutely necessary as you will lose the potential "first play" token payout. Because this is a time based experience, there is no pause button.

Players earn points by answering questions correctly. The scoring schedule for correct answers is as follows:

Answer in the first 5 seconds = 100 points
Answer after 5 seconds but before 10 seconds = 75 points
Answer after 10 seconds but before 15 seconds = 50 points

Complete Game Guide

If you'd like to learn more about how to play this game, please read the Complete Game Guide.

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Here are some tips and tricks to help you succeed in TRIVIAL PURSUIT - the fun online board game!

Once you've earned a wedge, you cannot replay the episode.

Episodes can be repeated as many times as necessary to earn the wedge.

First time plays have larger token payout than repeat plays indicated by the token multiplier.

"Double Up" Questions double the question values so make sure you're on top of your game.

Playing and winning an episode the day it premieres awards the user 1500 tokens.

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TRIVIAL PURSUIT Daily 20 Forum: Latest Posts

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Trivial Pursuit Daily 20 • Re: Misleading question

By Lemmuh45 » April 25th, 2017, 8:45 pm

Boy, that Harper Lee answer threw me for a loop. I just finished reading "Go Set A Watchman" last week. I keep a beat up copy of "To Kill A Mockingbird" on my book shelf and I looked forward to reading "Watchman" and it didn't disappoint me at all. It now sits next to "Mockingbird" on my shelf. I'm glad to see some many others know of Harper Lee's second and last book.

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Trivial Pursuit Daily 20 • Re: Misleading question

By Mamabar74 » April 25th, 2017, 1:51 pm

Harper Lee was elderly but definitely alive when the second book, Go Set A Watchman, was published; she died about a year later. It is said that she had cognitive issues that may have been exploited when she agreed to publish it. This book had flashes of brilliance, but in general it was pale in comparison to her masterpiece. Go Set A Watchman was actually written first, and her editor in New York suggested that she re-write it from the perspective of a younger Scout. The rest is history. But, Hasbro and Pogo, your answer is incorrect.

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Trivial Pursuit Daily 20 • Re: Misleading question

By CAGal1950 » April 25th, 2017, 1:31 pm

ozqueen wrote:
Not the first question that gives a wrong answer. Today they asked what was the largest bird in both Africa and Australia - the answer was ostriches which is wrong. Australia doesn't have ostriches except in the zoo or as escapees from ostrich farms. They certainly aren't native!
Just wish whoever writes the questions, researched the ones that have to do with the rest of the world. After all most of the questions have to do with American history or football so it shouldn't be that hard to get the few that aren't at least correct!

Hasbro writes the questions and answers. They own the game. Pogo only has the right to use the game AS IS. They do not have permission from Hasbro to alter anything on the game.
If you are unhappy with an Answer, my suggestion is to contact Hasbro. There is nothing anyone here on the forums can do.

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Trivial Pursuit Daily 20 • Re: Misleading question

By nothemt » April 25th, 2017, 1:25 pm

Glad I wasn't the only one that noticed that. But this one started out with How many novels did Harper Lee write.....2 is the correct answer. She may not have been alive when it was published but she still WROTE the 2nd
novel.

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Trivial Pursuit Daily 20 • Re: Misleading question

By ozqueen » April 25th, 2017, 8:42 am

Not the first question that gives a wrong answer. Today they asked what was the largest bird in both Africa and Australia - the answer was ostriches which is wrong. Australia doesn't have ostriches except in the zoo or as escapees from ostrich farms. They certainly aren't native!
Just wish whoever writes the questions, researched the ones that have to do with the rest of the world. After all most of the questions have to do with American history or football so it shouldn't be that hard to get the few that aren't at least correct!

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Trivial Pursuit Daily 20 • Re: Weekly total tokens not awarded

By tassypooh2 » April 24th, 2017, 10:09 pm

I have contacted EA and they are going to fix the problem with not getting tokens on Sunday. Bonus tokens should be available to all soon. :D

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Trivial Pursuit Daily 20 • Re: Weekly total tokens not awarded

By tassypooh2 » April 24th, 2017, 8:51 pm

My tokens from Trivial Pursuit for the last two weeks have not been given to me either

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Trivial Pursuit Daily 20 • Re: Off Duty Badge

By CAGal1950 » April 20th, 2017, 4:25 pm

Not a problem. I remember before I ranked out, we had a badge to do NEW quizzes and having to do one each day.

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Trivial Pursuit Daily 20 • Re: Off Duty Badge

By helcatfaust » April 20th, 2017, 2:56 pm

Thank you CAGal1950, I thought you had to use new puzzles but when i did the daily that day and did not get credit it confused me. I just picked a new badge until i could get some help. I have completed all the puzzles so if i do it again i know it will take me three days, lol. I work in warp speed and like things fast. Thanks again .

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Trivial Pursuit Daily 20 • Misleading question

By klutzylady13 » April 20th, 2017, 1:56 pm

On the question about the battle in which the phrase "Do not fire until you wee the whites of their eyes," the phrase was not uttered by General Putnam. It was uttered by General William Prescott to the Americans at the Battle of Bunker Hill in order to conserve limited ammunition resources.

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Trivial Pursuit Daily 20 • Re: Off Duty Badge

By CAGal1950 » April 19th, 2017, 5:31 pm

helcatfaust wrote:
does anyone know now to achieve the Off-Duty badge where you have to get 3 wedges in Calendar or daily play. I played the daily for today and only missed one answer and yet no credit. Then i played several random ones and still nothing. Any help would be appreciated on what i need to look out foro\

You cannot use Random Puzzles. You must use Puzzles you have not done before. Look under the game in the Challenge Tab and you will see your progress.

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Trivial Pursuit Daily 20 • Off Duty Badge

By helcatfaust » April 19th, 2017, 4:46 pm

does anyone know now to achieve the Off-Duty badge where you have to get 3 wedges in Calendar or daily play. I played the daily for today and only missed one answer and yet no credit. Then i played several random ones and still nothing. Any help would be appreciated on what i need to look out foro\

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Trivial Pursuit Daily 20 • Re: Another Wrong Answer

By SusyQ151 » April 19th, 2017, 10:17 am

Momdeb328 wrote:
First Harry Potter book is the SORCERER'S stone, not the Philosopher's stone.


Both answers can be considered correct. However, the Philosopher's Stone is the name of the first Harry Potter book in the UK. It was published in the US under the name Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone.

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Trivial Pursuit Daily 20 • Another Wrong Answer

By Momdeb328 » April 19th, 2017, 9:39 am

First Harry Potter book is the SORCERER'S stone, not the Philosopher's stone.

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Trivial Pursuit Daily 20 • Re: tokens

By Mod_Jada » April 18th, 2017, 9:20 pm

Random games are only for practice and entertainment.
Tokens or bonuses are not awarded for Random Games.


You can see the information I posted above by clicking on the How To Play tab underneath the game.
Scroll down to the bottom and click "Complete Game Guide."

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