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Monopoly Electronic Banking

by Hasbro
270 customer reviews
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  • The fast-dealing property trading game goes high-tech with an all-new electronic banking unit
  • Store millions with a swipe of your bank card as you stack up transactions, track cash and collect properties to win
  • For 2 to 4 players
  • Requires 2 AAA batteries, not included
  • Comes with Gameboard, Electronic Banking Unit, Title Deed cards, Chance and Community Chest cards, 4 bank cards, 2 dice, 4 tokens, 32 houses, 12 hotels and instruction
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WARNING:
CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.

Product Description

Product Description

Make your millions with Monopoly Electronic Banking! Keep your finances at your fingertips with Monopoly Electronic Banking and 6 cool bank cards! So it’s your birthday? Collect gifts from your generous opponents with the swipe of a card! Pick up your hard-earned salary at the touch of a button! Time to pay rent? Get it paid quickly with the fun, fast Banking Unit! Having your own personal bank card keeps play fast and lets you check your cash in an instant. Just like real life…but much more fun!

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The classic fast-dealing property trading game goes high-tech in the MONOPOLY Electronic Banking game. Make your millions with MONOPOLY Electronic Banking! Keep your finances at your fingertips with MONOPOLY Electronic Banking and 6 cool bank cards! So it's your birthday? Collect gifts from your generous opponents with the swipe of a card! Pick up your hard-earned salary at the touch of a button! Time to pay rent? Get it paid quickly with the fun, fast Banking Unit! Having your own personal bank card keeps play fast and lets you check your cash in an instant. Just like real life, but much more fun!

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MONOPOLY Electronic Banking
At a Glance:
Age/Weight Requirements:

8 years and up

Assembly Requirements:

Two AAA batteries (not included)

Caution: Small parts. Not suitable for children under 3 years.

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This game offers all the classic fun of traditional MONOPOLY with modern card-swiping action. View larger.
MONOPOLY Electronic Banking Product Shot
Swipe your bank card through the electronic banking machine to pay rent, buy property, or check your account balance. View larger.
Buy with Cards, Not Cash

The MONOPOLY Electronic Banking game lets you scoop up any property you wish with a quick swipe of plastic on the all-new Electronic Banking Unit. No more bills to keep organized--just one card that keeps track of your balance. Collect gifts from your generous opponents with the swipe of a card. Pick up your hard-earned salary at the touch of a button. Time to pay rent? Get it paid quickly.

The opportunities to get more money are rich in MONOPOLY Electronic Banking. You might be rolling in the dough, but don't forget to strategize if you want to win big. It's like real life -- but much more fun!

Fast-Moving Transactions

Having your own personal bank card keeps the play moving quickly. Thanks to the handheld banking unit, you can check your cash balance immediately and track your cash electronically as you buy properties, pay bills, or collect gifts and debts from your opponents.

Classic Game with Modern Touches

MONOPOLY Electronic Banking features all the classic fun of the original design with a few modern elements. Choose from a selection of cool tokens, including a skateboard, roller blades, a cheeseburger, a cell phone, an airplane, and a race car. By using the debit cards instead of cash, you can grab those properties or pay your bills faster than ever before.

What's in the Box

Gameboard, Electronic Banking Unit, Title Deed cards, Chance and Community Chest cards, 6 bank cards, 2 dice, 6 tokens, 32 houses, 12 hotels, and instructions.

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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 15.8 x 2 x 10.5 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 2.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
  • International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
  • Origin: China
  • ASIN: B005G2R3K2
  • Item model number: 37712
  • Our recommended age: 8 - 12 years
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 8 - 12 years
  • Batteries 2 AAA batteries required.
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #29,593 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (270 customer reviews)
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62 of 67 people found the following review helpful By C. Moss on August 23, 2011
Hasbro continues to tweak with the Monopoly formula that has been a staple of American households for over 70 years. As in most cases, thoughts are mixed on this newest venture. Along with the standard Monopoly: Here and Now Edition board, comes an electronic banking device.

For those unfamiliar with the Monopoly: Here and Now Edition, it includes current buildings and locations. Not only that, but these properties come with drastically inflated prices. Gone are the days when you could buy a stretch of land for a few hundred dollars. This time you better be prepared to shell out hundreds of thousands of dollars. Also expect to see new Chance and Community Chest cards which includes modern day consequences such as identity theft. Ultimately the prices are the same since all of the values are inflated to the same degree.

The electronic banking device eliminates the need for paper money as it keeps track of your balance for you. You use debit cards to spend and receive money which surely makes things easier for those that are mathematically impaired. Unfortunately this aspect also makes it difficult to plan too far ahead since the only time you can check your balance is if you insert your card in the banking device. One other issue I had trouble adjusting to is the fact that on the banking device the spend side is on the right. Since there is no paper money, cleaning up is much easier though.

Overall, it's not bad. The banking device does make it significantly more welcoming and easier for those that are discouraged by the constant math skills that would normally be utilized. Cheating is still a possibility so it doesn't help players that pay little attention to what is happening on the board.
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54 of 61 people found the following review helpful By dinglefest VINE VOICE on October 26, 2011
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Sure, this is neater and easier than keeping up with all the bills. And, sure, credit is far more common than cash nowadays. But while I love Monopoly and did enjoy this version, nostalagia for the feel of the paper and act of counting it out won over. I just couldn't get past the differences.

Here's what I didn't like:
-The set-up. The instruction book was long.
-The need for batteries. I know this was a given, but it irks me that few toys - and now games - can be played without literal bells and whistles and lights and other batterized fanciness.
-The need to check your total with the banker. As I play the old version, I count and recount my money, and I can visually see how I'm doing compared with the stashes of other players. Not as simple this way!
-The lack of tangible connection between actual money and amount in the bank. The original Monopoly can help kids understand basic money concepts, but without the actual cash in this version, the concept of money is more abstract and more difficult to master.

For our kids, I'll use both games - the original that we already own and this newer fancier version. My bet is that they'll prefer the new one, and I'll be the dinosaur clinging to my original game.

But I'm okay with that.

(And, by the way, I'm only 29, though I realize this probably makes me sound like an old lady!)
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52 of 62 people found the following review helpful By Jonathan VINE VOICE on December 9, 2011
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I'm only 26, but I'm going to sound like an old curmudgeon saying this: trying to bring this game into the 21st century ruined it for me. There's a whole list of things I don't like about this edition.

First, all the prices have changed. Instead of denominations going from $1 to $500, everything is done in terms of thousands and millions. This makes the math much harder to grasp for younger players.

Second, every transaction occurs through the calculator-looking machine that comes with the game, with each of up to six players being assigned a debit card that is inserted into the machine. This is the root of most of my problems with the game. Unless you pass the machine around constantly, you *need* a banker that's not also playing to handle all the transactions. It's also impossible to know how much money you (or your opponents) have unless you keep a written tally on your own, or constantly ask the banker to insert your card and check your balance. The "Free Parking" money option is gone. It's incredibly easy to make a mistake (or cheat) and not notice (or get caught). And, insult to injury, even with fresh batteries the display looks like the power is about to go out and can only be read from just such an angle.

And this is just personal preference, but I miss the old pieces. Instead of the iron, thimble, and other pieces I know and love, I got a hamburger, a 747, an IndyCar, a cell phone, a skateboard and a rollerblade. The text on the chance and community chest cards have been updated too, so you'll find references to reality TV and becoming CEO of multinational banking firms.

Monopoly was never my favorite board game (hello,
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21 of 25 people found the following review helpful By play doc on October 25, 2011
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Ordered this toy for my collection as a child psychologist. ALL kids enjoy this game and are playing is over and over. The only tricky part of the game is learning how to enter some values in the electronic bank. Once figured out its loads of fun and holds the attention of the most distractible kids!
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