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Monopoly 80th Anniversary Edition £12.49 @ argos (Free C&C)

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I think this game made children greedy and self serving for 80 years, and look where we are now with the property market.
I would like to see a Socialist version where you start the game, give everyone an equal share of land and then the game ends with everyone a winner and there is no disparity in society.

Edited By: DonkeyKonk on Dec 02, 2016 14:38
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1 Like #1
I like this I do, got a game of thrones jobby for a similar price.
1 Like #2
£13.46 at Amazon with Prime.
1 Like #3
£8.99 in Home Bargains, although this version may be an American one with different Street names.
#4
Good price, thanks OP :D
#5
£8.99 home bargains for this
#6
tikketeyboo
£8.99 home bargains for this
thats the American version tho
1 Like #7
great as i work in sainsburys thanks op ;)
1 Like #8
What is the difference between anniversary one
4 Likes #9
It could be an 80,000 edition, there seems to be a new monopoly out every week. Must be a nightmare to be a monopoly collector :) HEAT!
#10
Froggy being the Dog
#11
8.99 at home bargains?? Was a post on here very recently about this game
#12
clewis09
£13.46 at Amazon with Prime.
That is the US version, the UK one is £19.99 ...
#13
noahsdad
It could be an 80,000 edition, there seems to be a new monopoly out every week. Must be a nightmare to be a monopoly collector :) HEAT!

Yeah right, they're not cheap other, some of them are £30 each. Have you seen the list of all them there's hundreds if not thousands.


Kinda off-topic but why don't they reinvent the board based on the version how many times can you go around the same square, there's no drastic change between versions, once you've bought one you've pretty much bought em all, they could be way more creative like the fallout one could be in the shape of a door, Zelda one could be in shape on link or whatever
1 Like #14
husna2000
What is the difference between anniversary one
A retro look and "Includes tokens from the 1930s through the 2000s". Personally I'd get a used 50th Anniversary Edition for about £20. It's the version I grew up with and comes in a beautiful black and gold box and has metallic tokens.
1 Like #15
love2save
clewis09
£13.46 at Amazon with Prime.
That is the US version, the UK one is £19.99 ...


Conflicting reviews, some say they got the UK version, some say they got the US version
5 Likes #16
#17

Can confirm the Sports Direct one is the American version - however, excellent find :)
#18
Cluedo similar discount at Argos. Avoids the arguments!
#19
escortboy
I like this I do, got a game of thrones jobby for a similar price.
Had a few jobbys on my throne also
#20
Spotsdirect seems to be charging £5 even for story delivery. Can anyone confirm this?
#21
husna2000
What is the difference between anniversary one

If you collect your salary but forget to invest in your anniversary there's a chance that says you get the boot and lose your house on Park Lane
1 Like #22
russellanam
Spotsdirect seems to be charging £5 even for story delivery. Can anyone confirm this?

Its correct, but you get a £5 voucher to spend in store when you collect it:

Every time you use our Click & Collect delivery service and collect your parcel from our own stores, you'll receive a £5 voucher to spend in store, you'll be given your voucher by our store staff when you collect your parcel. This voucher is not available from Collect+ stores or when you use the Collect+ delivery service.

So you can always get some socks, a Kangol t-shirt or similar
8 Likes #23
I think this game made children greedy and self serving for 80 years, and look where we are now with the property market.
I would like to see a Socialist version where you start the game, give everyone an equal share of land and then the game ends with everyone a winner and there is no disparity in society.

Edited By: DonkeyKonk on Dec 02, 2016 14:38
#24
aing69
russellanam
Spotsdirect seems to be charging £5 even for story delivery. Can anyone confirm this?
Its correct, but you get a £5 voucher to spend in store when you collect it:Every time you use our Click & Collect delivery service and collect your parcel from our own stores, you'll receive a £5 voucher to spend in store, you'll be given your voucher by our store staff when you collect your parcel. This voucher is not available from Collect+ stores or when you use the Collect+ delivery service.
So you can always get some socks, a Kangol t-shirt or similar

THESE SOCKS seem to last forever - very impressed with the quality
3 Likes #25
DonkeyKonk
I think this game made children greedy and self serving for 80 years, and look where we are now with the property market.
I would like to see a Socialist version where you start the game, give everyone an equal share of land and then the game ends with everyone a winner and there is no disparity in society.

You can buy an add-on here

SOCIALISM: The Game
The unofficial expansion to Hasbro's Monopoly, where everyone achieves total economic equality! It's a Game Changer.

https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/333308942/socialism-the-game
1 Like #26
DonkeyKonk
I think this game made children greedy and self serving for 80 years, and look where we are now with the property market.
I would like to see a Socialist version where you start the game, give everyone an equal share of land and then the game ends with everyone a winner and there is no disparity in society.

Like Uncle Joe Stalin, Chairman Mao and General Secretary Pot to name a few oversaw in their respective lands of milk and honey you mean?
#27
Cool but got two versions, electronic and World of Warcraft.
#28
I wish they made a Harry Potter version.
#29
nice one.
1 Like #30
Chasloyal
DonkeyKonk
I think this game made children greedy and self serving for 80 years, and look where we are now with the property market.
I would like to see a Socialist version where you start the game, give everyone an equal share of land and then the game ends with everyone a winner and there is no disparity in society.
Like Uncle Joe Stalin, Chairman Mao and General Secretary Pot to name a few oversaw in their respective lands of milk and honey you mean?

Yes
#31
DonkeyKonk
Chasloyal
DonkeyKonk
I think this game made children greedy and self serving for 80 years, and look where we are now with the property market.
I would like to see a Socialist version where you start the game, give everyone an equal share of land and then the game ends with everyone a winner and there is no disparity in society.
Like Uncle Joe Stalin, Chairman Mao and General Secretary Pot to name a few oversaw in their respective lands of milk and honey you mean?
Yes

Leftist fascist eh, stay classy flower
#32
Maonopoly
#33
Last time I played Monopoly I rolled a double 6 4 times in a row, then landed on a chance card that sent me to jail then landed on go to jail.

I lost the game before I had even got around the board once, **** that game.
2 Likes #34
edwardecl
Last time I played Monopoly I rolled a double 6 4 times in a row, then landed on a chance card that sent me to jail then landed on go to jail.
I lost the game before I had even got around the board once, **** that game.

"Rimmer, can't you tell the story is not gripping me? I'm in a state of non-grippedness, I am completely smegging ungripped. Shut the smeg up."
#35
DonkeyKonk
Chasloyal
DonkeyKonk
I think this game made children greedy and self serving for 80 years, and look where we are now with the property market.
I would like to see a Socialist version where you start the game, give everyone an equal share of land and then the game ends with everyone a winner and there is no disparity in society.
Like Uncle Joe Stalin, Chairman Mao and General Secretary Pot to name a few oversaw in their respective lands of milk and honey you mean?
Yes

None of those were socialists though?
#36
chezvegas85
DonkeyKonk
Chasloyal
DonkeyKonk
I think this game made children greedy and self serving for 80 years, and look where we are now with the property market.
I would like to see a Socialist version where you start the game, give everyone an equal share of land and then the game ends with everyone a winner and there is no disparity in society.
Like Uncle Joe Stalin, Chairman Mao and General Secretary Pot to name a few oversaw in their respective lands of milk and honey you mean?
Yes
None of those were socialists though?

I thought Uncle Joe was the governor of the Union of Soviet SOCIALIST Republics?

I must have missed he was actually a capitalist Christian democrat, best read up on the post WW2 Tory Eastern Block a bit more then (_;)

Edited By: Chasloyal on Dec 02, 2016 18:49
#37
Chasloyal
chezvegas85
DonkeyKonk
Chasloyal
DonkeyKonk
I think this game made children greedy and self serving for 80 years, and look where we are now with the property market.
I would like to see a Socialist version where you start the game, give everyone an equal share of land and then the game ends with everyone a winner and there is no disparity in society.
Like Uncle Joe Stalin, Chairman Mao and General Secretary Pot to name a few oversaw in their respective lands of milk and honey you mean?
Yes
None of those were socialists though?
I thought Uncle Joe was the governor of the Union of Soviet SOCIALIST Republics?
I must have missed he was actually a capitalist Christian democrat, best read up on the post WW2 Tory Eastern Block a bit more then (_;)

Quite
#38
thanks op, ordered.
#39
chezvegas85
Chasloyal
chezvegas85
DonkeyKonk
Chasloyal
DonkeyKonk
I think this game made children greedy and self serving for 80 years, and look where we are now with the property market.
I would like to see a Socialist version where you start the game, give everyone an equal share of land and then the game ends with everyone a winner and there is no disparity in society.
Like Uncle Joe Stalin, Chairman Mao and General Secretary Pot to name a few oversaw in their respective lands of milk and honey you mean?
Yes
None of those were socialists though?
I thought Uncle Joe was the governor of the Union of Soviet SOCIALIST Republics?
I must have missed he was actually a capitalist Christian democrat, best read up on the post WW2 Tory Eastern Block a bit more then (_;)
Quite

Chesterfield eh, Wedgwood Benn country where the natives still hate Mansfield because some there chose to carry on providing for their families during the strike (_;) say no more
#40
Thanks (Y) Ordered as a christmas present so no complaints!

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