Enjoy no-fee banking with Monopoly: Electronic Banking Edition. All it takes to become a real estate tycoon is the swipe of a bank card in Monopoly: Electronic Banking Edition. Keep your finances at your fingertips with an electronic banking unit as players buy property, pay bills, and collect debt from opponents to become the richest player in the game. And rich just got richer! With updated property values as high as $4 million and paychecks for passing “GO” equaling $2 million, players will become moguls faster than ever as they wheel and deal their way around the board.
Kids Earn Money Skills at Monopoly Planet
Hasbro invites the next generation of property tycoons to practice valuable money skills while helping other kids – all while having fun and playing games at the new Monopoly Planet page at Monopoly.com. Monopoly is teaming up with the global organization SOS Children’s Villages for the launch to offer kids the opportunity to help build houses in real life for kids who need them. Hasbro’s Monopoly brand has committed to a total donation of $400,000 to SOS Children’s Villages. The more games kids play at Monopoly Planet the faster they could be helping MONOPOLY support SOS Children’s Villages, which is the world’s largest organization that provides homes and families to children without biological parents to care for them.
I’ve always loved Monopoly and in Monopoly Electronic Banking Edition, I can now play the game again with my oldest son in a fun new way! By using an electronic banking unit instead of cash, this game combines the best of classic Monopoly with updated electronic transactions by using a bank card. Just like the original, you still learn the value of money as well as learn competition and strategy, but this new version reflects changes in how the real world uses money. Included in the box is a game board, electronic banker unit, title deed cards, Chance and Community Chest cards, 6 debit cards, 2 dice, 6 modern tokens (Segway Personal Transporter, Baseball Cap, Altoids Tin, Space Shuttle, Flat-Screen TV, Dog in Handbag), 32 houses, 12 hotels, and instructions. It does require 2 AA batteries which are not included. For ages 8 and up.
Monopoly: Electronic Banking Edition is currently available at mass merchandise retailers nationwide as well as online at Amazon.com for $24.99.
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This giveaway ends Saturday, November 19, 2011, at 11:59pm EST. This giveaway is open to US residents only – Sorry! Be sure to enter a valid email address otherwise I won’t be able to contact you if you are the winner. Winner will be chosen via a random number generator. If the winner does not contact me within 48 hours, a new winner will be chosen. Good luck!
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