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Monopoly Board Game

by Hasbro
4.8 out of 5 stars 490 customer reviews
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  • Monopoly is the fast-dealing property trading game that will have the whole family buying, selling, trading and having fun.
  • Featuring a speed die for a faster, more intense game of Monopoly
  • Containing the Cat counter as voted for by the global public.
  • For 2 to 6 players.
  • Ages 8 and up.
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Technical Details
Item Weight812 g
Product Dimensions26.8 x 26.8 x 5.4 cm
Manufacturer recommended age:8 years and up
Item model number00009
Main Language(s)English translation, English
Number of Game Players2 to 6
Assembly RequiredNo
Batteries Required?No
Batteries Included?No
  
Additional Information
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Best Sellers Rank 9 in Toys & Games (See top 100)
Shipping Weight821 g
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Date First Available5 July 2013
  
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Own it all as a high-flying trader in the fast-paced world of real estate. Tour the city for the hottest properties: sites, stations and utilities are all up for grabs. Invest in houses and hotels, then watch the rent come pouring in! Make deals with other players and look out for bargains at auction-there are many ways to get what you want. And for really speedy dealers, use the speed die for a quick and intense game of MONOPOLY. So get on GO and trade your way to success!

Box Contains

Includes gameboard, 8 tokens, 28 Title Deed cards, 16 Chance cards, 16 Community Chest cards, 1 pack of MONOPOLY money, 32 houses, 12 hotels, 2 dice, 1 speed die and instructions.


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this is a perfect traditional family game making a fantastic Christmas present for my son it was cheaper then anywhere else
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Bought this for Christmas for our ten year old grandson. He has had a lot of fun playing it. Best price anywhere!!
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bought as a gift on impulse as it was an amazing prie. £6.66 is awsome for the newest version of the classic game
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Buying this game teaches you to argue, cheat, exploit, bankrupt, destroy and ultimately hate and kill. Ok so it doesn't HAVE to end in murder but let's face it after 7 hours of playing it no jury would convict you if you killed your family just to make it stop.
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Ok I admit we play lots of more modern board games in our house (like Ticket to Ride, Pandemic, Carcassonne and Forbidden Desert) but we still have some fun with Monopoly. And I cant imagine many people who haven't played it, so it wont be easy to make this review new and interesting

The 2013 set comes with the new cat piece, which is quite sweet, and pretty much everything else is what you would expect. All the cards and money feel a bit small/flimsy to me but the player counters are metal and the whole game is typically about a tenner on Amazon, so that seems fair. The full rrp of £17 seems a little high (to me at least)

We have played the adult Monopoly (this 2013 and previous versions) with our children since they were about 7 after migrating from Junior Monopoly. And we all have fun. We tend to play 'quick and dirty' with a few house rule variants to speed/liven things up (see below if you are interested). The kids have learnt to manage money/counting/sums, negotiation skills, strategic decision making and experimenting with new rules (and the consequences) - admittedly with some with prompting from mum and dad - so there is some educational value in the game. The game has 2 normal dice and a red 'speed dice', we mostly prefer/use 'normal dice' but the red dice makes for a bit more speed/luck.

Taking Monopoly on its own terms it is a perfectly agreeable family game (in my opinion), it isn't a game we would play lots of and probably wouldn't be our first choice for an adults only game - 3 stars seems too harsh so we give it a (generous) 4 for being an adaptable classic.

. . . a few house rules if you are interested (or haven't tried changing rules yet: all fines etc go on to free parking to keep more cash in the game (does anyone not do this?
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Superb game bought for the family to play during the Christmas Holidays. It's a classic game so no real explanation needed but the inclusion of the new Cat piece was very welcome and all the ladies were fighting over who could be the puddy cat!

The speed die is a nice inclusion as well, mixes up the standard gameplay a little to speed things up.
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it is difficult with 10yr old boys to get them to engage in "family activities" but they did enjoy playing this old classic. new set with the new pieces and still good quality, took a lot longer than i remember to play though even though we did do the auctions! yet again it was cheaper to buy this from amazon rather than other shops.
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It was a Christmas gift for our son, and we play it regularly as a family. It teaches about how to handle money, and know when to spend and when not to. Fun game, and I like the shortened instructions, compared to the "book" that accompanied this game 20 years ago.
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