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Monopoly Deluxe Edition

by Hasbro

Price: $69.95 & FREE Shipping. Details
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  • Box, board, and pieces are more detailed and colorful
  • Features rotating holder for deed cards
  • For 2 to 10 players
  • Has a play time of 180 minutes
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 3.5 x 10.6 x 15.9 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 3.3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
  • Origin: Made in USA
  • ASIN: B00000IWCU
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 8 years and up
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #108,799 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (58 customer reviews)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes
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Warning: Choking hazard. Small parts. Not for children under 3 years.

Product Description

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Sure, this real estate trading game has been the world's most popular board game for more than six decades, but what makes this edition "deluxe"? For one thing, it brings back the sturdy wooden (not plastic) houses and hotels of years gone by. It also features an extra gold-colored train token, a handy holder for the Title Deed cards, and a banker's tray to keep your cash on hand. The cash, Community Chest, and Chance cards are all newly redesigned. And the 19-inch-by-19-inch board is stamped with a golden "Deluxe" arch. Featuring the original Atlantic City landmarks like Boardwalk and Park Place, this version is for the serious Monopoly lovers on your gift list. For further perspective on Monopoly, you can read about it in The Greatest Games of All Time and New Rules for Classic Games. --Rebecca Hughes

Product Description

When you're the most popular board game in the world, you deserve special treatment.that's why we've created this Deluxe Edition of the Monopoly game!

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I've been a fan of Monopoly all of my life.
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The Chance and Community Chest cards are in color and durable.
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Everything is there and everything has a nice holder.
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews

39 of 44 people found the following review helpful By D. M Paul on December 14, 2005
This deluxe version of monopoly is in-cre-di-ble. Sometimes we play it so much that we stop and don't play it for ages, but after a few months we play it and this deluxe version has made playing it so much easier.

First, the wooden Houses and Hotels. They are a lot more fun to use and much easier to handle. They're not hollow and look real nice, even if they're not so detailed as the plastic ones.

Second, the Gold pieces. The pieces are absolutely elegant with their simple designs and their beautiful shiny gold. Not real gold, but it makes them all look incredible! Plus, their's an extra token. It's a train token, and I find it one of my favorite tokens now. (The money bag is also included)

Third, the banker's tray. Some people may not like this if they are too used to taking money out of individual trays, but this keeps the money together much easier. Their is a slot where you insert the money like you would drop an envelope in a drawer, and you can take it out easily. Plus, it has three little compartments for the houses, hotels, and a small one for the tokens and dice. It really is wonderful.

Fourth, the Propert Carousel. If you ever got angry about keeping the properties in order, you don't need to anymore. It is a small turntable with slots for each property including railroads and utilities. You can spin it around whenever you're searching for a particular one. It is extremely handy, as you can spin it very easily and it never wears out. (If you take out all the properties and spin the turntable on a smooth surface, it will spin for ages :-) )

Fifth, the Community Chest and Chance cards are not paper. They're now plastic cards with coloring in their pictures. It looks real shiny and new, and they're much easier to shuffle and handle.
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25 of 27 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on July 13, 1999
I started collecting different editions of Monopoly (and copycat games) when I was a little kid. This is how I began learning about money... and how expensive rent really is... I received this game as a gift, and prefer this edition over the others. With twice as much paper money, it's a heck of a lot more fun to be the banker. There's a nifty stand for the Title Deeds... and the wooden houses/hotels don't need to be straightened out every time someone throws the dice, either.
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41 of 47 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on July 29, 1999
Monopoly Deluxe is a grand update of the monopoly game we all used to play in our grandma's basement with our cousin Jimmy. Now that I'm grown up and my mother has died, I have taken the opportunity to teach my kids how to play. This game is incredibly fun, and Hasbro made extra sure that players would be delighted by this games new features. There's a wheel that conveniently holds property for you, wooden houses and hotels, a restructured bank, and a brand new look and feel to the board game. There's no other game on the market that will teach you so many things about business and money counting and conservation. This will be extremely helpful when your kids work at a fast food restaurant.In my mind, this is the best version to buy if you have enough money left after paying your third mortgage on your trailer home. One downside, however, is that the money is easily ripped and bent. I find this to happen most often when your brother in law comes over and you start to quarrel. Overall, kudos to Hasbro!
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on April 14, 2000
This is proably the most durable Monopoly game I own. I own several other games such as the Star Wars edition, the 60th Anniversary edition and the plain old Monopoly. The game is also very fun and is a great family game. If you want a good fun game that is going to last get the Deluxe Edition.
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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful By R. Bayerl on December 11, 2002
I decided on a Monopoly Deluxe Edition set after more than 30 years of familiarity with various of its predecessors, so everything fell into a frame of reference. I think my favorite feature is the large supply of 2-color printed money. Monopoly money has been one of those grand ubiquities to have enriched my life since I was a kid. The supply of tokens, large as it is, will satisfy the most demanding of purists, since none of the historical ones I can recall are "missing". The wooden houses and hotels, also feel much more substantial to the touch. To my general gratification, the bulk of the game has the endearing format that might be lost by someone's ideas about "improvement", with one notable exception: the playing board that folds into 4 sections, with the unavoidable "crack" from one side to the center. The board never lays quite as flat as the old 2-fold style. I have been fortunate enough to find some truly devoted players throughout my family and friends, and a game of Monopoly, played for 2 - 3 hours or to the bitter end, is a fine lesson in living, planning, acting and interacting, as well as the art of graciously winning (or losing). The counting of payments, change, etc., also provide useful skills for the 7-and-up crew, as does the monitoring of the game situation, such as who owns what. Some people, I know, will buy this product to squirrel it away into a collection, but my set is definitely one I want to use.
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65 of 85 people found the following review helpful By BOB on January 23, 2005
The only thing "Deluxe" about this addition is the glossy foil cover of the box, which is designed to make you think you are getting something special by paying more money. Nothing could be further from the truth. This edition screams "CHEAP" from the second the lid comes off.

The board is a quad-fold affair, redesigned presumably to allow a smaller, less expensive box. It has much less rigidity than the single-fold board of the "classic" version. When it is left out for an extended period of time, especially overnite, the ends of the board curl up and refuses to lay flat.

The houses and hotels are completely featureless, just small blocks of wood. They looked to be dipped in some type of vegetable dye rather than painted. This is probably an attempt to eek out a few extra cents of corporate profit. The "bankers tray" and "property wheel" are flimsy plastic jokes. Neither would last under play by children much more than a few games.

This edition is a sad legacy to a classic game, and the cheapness of the set detracts from the joy of play. For the additional cost, all you are really getting is the fancy foil cover and one extra play token, plus a board that curls up at the edges: Whoopee!

My advice: Save the extra money and buy the "classic" version.
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