Crusade – The Famous Bring & Buy

Its’ big, fast, manic and furious.  That’s the Crusade Bring & Buy.  The stall has a well deserved reputation for being one of the best stock and varied Bring & Buy on the circuit.  staffed by the dedicated and enthusiastic Penarth Wargames club members its a pretty smooth operation. – As long as you don’t feed the members after midday.

Come along and find a bargain or alternative earn some Brownie points at home by shifting some of that untouched kit and make a few pounds at the same time. There is a small fee of 10%.  We use this to help fund Penarth Club for the members and to make show next year’s Crusade wargames show is even better.

Its best to get along early as you will need to check in your items and complete the booking in form first.  We’ve put a copy below you can download to complete in advance.

Bring & Buy form

(Right click and choose save as – MS Word copy)


  1. Hi guys, great show and really looking forward to it……just a stray thought…..there were big hold ups at the booking in part of the bring and buy last year, and I got stuck for over an hour behind two people each booking circa 60-80 low value small items…..any chance of an express queue for those booking in, say, 5 items or less?…..all the best, Steve

  2. Similar comment from me. Two of us arrived for the Welsh DBA Open tournament, and were held up around 45 minutes in the queue. As a result we started our games late….and yes, we had forms already filled in, ready to go.

    This year we will again be at the DBA tournament, and both have a couple of items for the Bring and Buy. Is it possible to arrange some sort of ‘Fast Track’ or priority booking in for those of us with the time constraint of a tournament start time?

  3. I wonder if it would be possible to gain early access to the bring-and-buy (I have several DBA armies for sale that I have been working on this past year) as last year I was late for the start of the Welsh DBA Open competition due to the lengthy wait to get served (I had downloaded and filled in your form before arriving). I hope to enter the competition again this year, but registration closes at 10.45 and games begin at 11.00. I have mentioned this to Alan, who runs the Welsh Open, on the Fanaticus website where notice of the competition was posted, but when downloading your form today I noticed this opportunity to contact you all.

  4. No reply, 10 days after my comment was posted (my post is still annotated ‘awaiting moderation’).
    Is this site monitored by club members?

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