Printable Quiz Packs
It's very important to us that you are satisfied with our products and our service. If this is your first quiz from us then we strongly urge you to look at Quiz Pack 1 first, it's a fantastic quiz and only costs 1 penny!
All these printable quiz packs come with Family Fortunes as the final round and they're all only three pounds each, you will need a computer and a printer.
If you are viewing this page on a narrow screen then the packs below might go off the edge, changing your devices orientation to landscape will help or you can scroll the packs left using your finger, or on a PC using the scroll bar further down.
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That's it for Family Fortunes folks. Our other printable quizzes have a game which we've called Gambit and is based on the TV game show 'Million Pound Drop', while it's a completely different game it's still a great end to the pub quiz and is very popular. We have no plans to make any more pub quizzes with Family Fortunes, sorry. Tap on Products in the menu at the top of the page and select Ready Made Pub Quizzes then choose Gambit Quizzes, thank you.
Quality Printable Quizzes
A lot of time and effort goes into creating every pub quiz we make. Sometimes it can take hours to come up with an original idea for one of the quiz rounds or for the picture round. It then takes many hours researching the subject and coming up with material that most people will be able to answer. Beacause of this when we search for quiz questions, maybe in a quiz book or on the internet, we end up having to look through 100's of quiz questions just to find 20 that we can use. This is why we make a lot of the questions ourselves, it ends up being faster in the long run.
Obviously I have a collection of quiz books, I tend to get them as Christmas presents which is great but you need to be aware that they can be inaccurate.
The most inaccurate book in my collection is The Biggest Pub Quiz Book Ever 2, if I find a question that I like, this can take ages by the way, then I have to go online and check that the answer is in fact correct. Why am I telling you this? I don't want you to end up in an embarrassing situation, an incorrect answer can literally ruin your whole evening.
Because I'm meticulous you can be certain that all the questions and answers in all of our quizzes are accurate and if someone tries to argue with you over an answer (which they will) then you can stand your ground and tell them that you researched that subject thoroughly.
If I had to recommend a quiz book to anyone then one of my favorites is The Chase Quiz Book volume 1, I found it to contain interesting questions and very accurate too. If you're in search of some good quiz questions then I've made 2 volumes of 1000 quiz questions and answers that you can download for a lot less than the cost of a book, scroll up the page and take a look at the 1000 hand picked questions book on the right.
I try very hard to avoid controversial topics or certain questions where there could be more than one answer, or there is no right way to answer a question.
Here's a prime example. I had a question in quiz pack 3 for about 2 years that I never gave a second thought until a customer asked me if the answer was in fact correct, he said a few people got very agitated about this. The question was, "Is Scottish money legal tender in England and Scotland?". The answer was no and after thoroughly investigating the matter it turns out the answer is still no. One problem is that people can misinterpret the question, the "legal tender" part is the key to the whole question but people will argue that they can spend Scottish money anywhere with no problems. This is mostly true but some places will not accept Scottish money and they don't have to by law if they don't want to because it is not classed as legal tender. I've had retired shopkeepers tell me that they accepted Scottish money so it has to be legal tender and so on. Another thing to bear in mind is that the Scottish are very patriotic and to suggest that there is something wrong with their money will cause bad feelings and that's something we want to avoid, we are trying to have a fun quiz after all. So to keep the peace I removed the question and replaced it with a nicer one.