Monopoly Electronic Banking Board Game
We love the Monopoly Electronic Banking Board Game! Playing the game of Monopoly is a lot of fun, but having to handle all that paper money and keep it organized is not. I know because our family loves to play Monopoly but we hate setting it up and having to keep track of all that paper cash. Have you ever opened your box of Monopoly, only to find the game pieces, money, cards, hotels and houses all over the place? It takes a good ten minutes to straightened out, the worst being the colored money you have to organize.
In this game, each player is given their own bank ATM card and the banker keeps track of debits, credits and balances with his banking computer.
Just slide the card in for debit, credit or just to check your balance!
Now, when you make a property purchase or win a beauty contest, your funds will be electronically put on your ATM card using the banking machine. The same is true when you have to pay rent, taxes or have other debits. Your funds will be electronically pulled from your ATM card by the banker’s banking machine.
Monopoly Electronic Banking Includes:
- Game Board
- Banking Machine
- Property Title Deed Cards
- Community Chest Cards
- Chance Cards
- 6 Debit Cards
- 6 Player Game Pieces
- 2 Dice
- 12 Hotels
- 32 Houses
- Instructions for Play
How to the Play Electronic Monopoly Game!
The electronic banking machine that comes with this game has two sides, one for credit and one for debit. Credit transactions such as rent payments, beauty contest winnings and Passing Go salary are all paid through the green side (+) of the machine. Debits transactions such as buying properties, paying rent, taxes and other bills goes through the red side (-) of the machine.
During rental transactions, both cards go in at the same time, the money is transferred from one account to the other instantly! The banking machine eliminates the need for paper money and cuts down the set-up and game play time significantly.
The rules of the game are the same, you go around the game board trying to accumulate as much property as you can in order to monopolize the board. When a player lands on your property (or you land on theirs), you then have to the rent required on that spot. Once you collect all the properties with the same title deed color, you can begin to put houses and hotels on them and collect even higher rent from your opponents. The one with the all the money at the end of the game wins. I admire anyone who has ever finished this game because it takes a lot of endurance but it is fun.