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Hasbro Monopoly Bid Card Game $5 + Delivery ($0 with Prime/ $39 Spend) @ Amazon AU


FAST-PLAYING CARD GAME: The Monopoly Bid game is designed to be easy to learn and quick to play It's a fun card game for families and kids ages 7 and up
COLLECT MATCHING SETS: Players collect matching sets of property cards by bidding in blind auctions and paying with money cards Everyone gets a turn to host an auction
ACTION CARDS: Action cards offer advantages to the player hosting the auction Steal property from other players, draw extra money cards and collect sets faster
1, 2, 3, BID: Ready to bid, At the same time, everyone shouts '1, 2, 3, Bid' then lays their money cards out The highest bidder wins that property The first player to collect 3 property sets wins
FUN FAMILY GAME: Gather friends and family together for this fun, fast twist on Monopoly gameplay It's a great choice for game night, to take to parties, and as an indoor activity for kids 7 and up

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  • +1

    It's a good game, bought it last time it came up for around this price. Kids 6-9 both love it.

  • +3
  • +6

    It's fun, but not as fun as Monopoly Deal Cards game.

    • Almost made that mistake.
      Monopoly Deal is brilliant fun.

  • +3

    Also $5 at Big W and Kmart

    • +1

      $5 delivered?

      • Obviously not, but may be an option for some.

    • That's Monopoly "Deal" which apparently is better according to comments above.

      • +2

        Yeah both Deal and Bid at Big W, Deal and Bid at Kmart as well as Deal at Target (if there's any still around near you) are $5.

  • just grabbed it for the kids… looks good!

  • Don't even need it but bought it

  • +1

    Looks like it's up to $12.65 now :( missed it

  • Not expired back to $5, got one thanks

  • +1

    We've been playing this a lot. It's a good game, but flawed. Here are two house rules that make it better:

    1) There are a lot of "action cards" that let a player draw two more cards. Sometimes this results in them drawing another of those cards, so they draw two more, and two more, and two more, and basically win the game on the spot. I'd recommend a house rule that forbids playing more than one of those per turn.

    2) The other thing is that it tends to be a lot better to steal cards than buy them. We fixed that by ruling that when a card is auctioned, players who already have a card of that colour get a $2 bonus in their bids for each card of that type. E.g., if you have 2 blue cards and are bidding on the third of that set then your bid of $1 beats anybody's bid of $4 or lower. You can adjust that figure - we started with a bonus of $4 but found it unbalanced the game in the opposite direction.

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