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Monopoly Here & Now Electronic Banking - £10.99 @ Clearance Bargains

£10.99 @ Argos
Seen in the Walsall store. A pallet load of these so no need to all rush in at once lol. Normally retails for at least £25. Technical Details * The classic game has now gone electronic! … Read More
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7y, 3w agoFound 7 years, 3 weeks ago
Seen in the Walsall store. A pallet load of these so no need to all rush in at once lol.

Normally retails for at least £25.

Technical Details

* The classic game has now gone electronic!
* New updated movers
* World famous property trading board game
* Move around the board buying and selling properties
* For 2 - 8 players
* Manufacturers recommended age 8+

Product Specifications
Assembly Required: N
Batteries Required?: Y
Batteries Included?: Y

Product Description
Product Description
In a valiant effort to maintain a sense of relevance in a world where billions are traded every hour and the socio-economic map of London is redrawn with each passing decade, there's a flash new kid in town. The clever chaps behind the legendary and oh-so-British board game Monopoly have given it an electronic spit-and-polish and propelled it kicking and screaming into the 21st Century. And hurrah and huzzah say all of us. Now, in the brash new version of Monopoly, a world of cashless transactions awaits, complete with splendid VISA branding. Rather than accumulating a fetching mound of cash, a completely computerised Chip & Pin Centre does all the banking, enabling competitors to make credits and debits to fund their spree across London. The capital, too, has had a makeover and alongside the familiar names of old money there are new entries in the geographical stakes. The new, flash, loadsamoney Monopoly is dangerously addictive, especially for a generation grown 'expert' on Property Ladder and Location, Location. Now, there are tens of millions to be made, but some faithful old rules apply. Don't imagine for a second that your grandmother is as sweet and grey haired as she seems. And do not, whatever you do, pass go.
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7y, 3w agoFound 7 years, 3 weeks ago
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#2
But but but ... an electronic version means you can't adapt the rules, and even worse, can't cheat like crazy.

Many a summer holiday I spent with my best mate cheating her sister at Monopoly.
#3
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But but but ... an electronic version means you can't adapt the rules, and even worse, can't cheat like crazy.

Many a summer holiday I spent with my best mate cheating her sister at Monopoly.


oh yes you can.
all the electronic version does is track your cash, i.e. you have a credit card instead of notes.
all transactions are manually typed in to the keypad
#4
please could you post the links of other sellers .
I have been looking for this game from the past one moth but cant find any seller selling it for £25.i dont live in walsall and it is not available on their online clearance site either.
more information on where this game is avaible will be much appericiated.
many thanks
#5
Try Asda, we saw this yesterday for less than £10 (sorry cant remember price but remember thinking wow thats cheap). Was next to the camping equipment? With a range of other board games which were all on offer.
#6
Age 8+ playing with "Visa"-branded credit cards during a recession? It's almost sinister I tell ye! ;-)

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