2011 HOLIDAY GIFT GUIDE – Hasbro Monopoly Electronic Banking Game

by Valerie, Mom Knows It All

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We love board games in our house, and Monopoly is one of our all time favorites. There’s a new game out called Monopoly Electronic Banking. It looks like lots of fun and I’m looking forward to playing it over the holidays.

Monopoly Electronic Banking Game


Make your millions with MONOPOLY Electronic Banking! Keep your finances at your fingertips with MONOPOLY Electronic Banking and 6 cool bank cards! So it’s your birthday? Collect gifts from your generous opponents with the swipe of a card! Pick up your hard-earned salary at the touch of a button! Time to pay rent? Get it paid quickly with the fun, fast Banking Unit! Having your own personal bank card keeps play fast and lets you check your cash in an instant. Just like real life…but much more fun!

The opportunities are rich in MONOPOLY Electronic Banking! Track your cash electronically as you buy properties, pay bills and collect gifts and debts from your opponents. You might be rolling in the dough, but don’t forget to strategize if you want to win big!

Comes with Gameboard, Electronic Banking Unit, Title Deed cards, Chance and Community Chest cards, 6 bank cards, 2 dice, 6 tokens, 32 houses, 12 hotels and instructions.

Requires 2 AAA batteries, not included.

For 2 to 6 players.

Ages 8 and up.


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