Assassin's Creed Monopoly £12 @ TK Maxx (£1.99 c&c)
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Assassin's Creed Monopoly £12 @ TK Maxx (£1.99 c&c)

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Found 3rd Nov 2016Made hot 3rd Nov 2016
Cheapest themed Monopoly ever? Surely at least for a gaming-related version. RRP was £29.99 and seems to be over £16 elsewhere. Standard delivery would be £3.99 to home or £1.99 to store, but add to basket to go over £50 and it's free, with easy returns for the other items you've added to basket. Return extra items there and then if you do collect at store.

"Gather friends and family with this classic and timeless board game. In a limited Assassin's Creed edition, it features Assassin's Creed characters and landmarks for the usual game items and includes six exclusive playing tokens.
Age: 8+. Contents: Gameboard, 6 exclusive tokens, 28 title deed cards, 16 Leap of Faith cards, 16 Treasure Chest cards, 1 pack of Monopoly money, 32 stores, 12 towers, 2 dice and a speed die and rules."

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Covert Recon

Cheapest themed Monopoly ever?



Certainly not. Good price, though.

Original Poster

DannGo

Certainly not. Good price, though.



Hence the question mark. It's the cheapest I've found at any rate.

Covert Recon

Hence the question mark. It's the cheapest I've found at any rate.



Quick search on here shows cheaper themed monopoly games.

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Plenty more...

how many versions of Monopoly are there? There must be hundreds now.

Original Poster

jheslop1

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I mean the cheapest I've found when browsing retailers. I wasn't searching on HUKD for anything other than the Assassin's Creed version.

Heat but it's annoying that you have to pay for click and collect.

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MoyesIsTheBest

Heat but it's annoying that you have to pay for click and collect.



Like I say, add more to basket, take the total to at least £50.
Collect your items, return the 'extras' you didn't want (or maybe even keep them) and you've circumvented the C&C fee.

They don't do click and collect every where yet, but places they do it's free over £30 also.

I would recommend just spending over the free delivery option and returning the extras to store I do it regularly, they encourage it as it gets people in the store to look around (thus increasing the chance of a in store sale.
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