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Monopoly - Lunar New Year Edition $26.95 + Delivery ($0 with Prime/ $39 Spend) @ Amazon AU


Inspired by the colorful and lively Lunar New Year festival, the Monopoly Lunar New Year edition board game has players buying shops, collecting gifts, and finding good fortune. Move around the board buying shops such as a Jade Shop, Flower Market, a Firecracker Shop, and more. The more shops a player owns, the more money they'll get when opponents purchase gifts from those shops. Feeling lucky? Fortune Stick and Pinwheel cards can be game changers!

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  • -3

    Lunar New Year Edition

    This year or next ?

    • +2

      every year

  • +7

    Please. I'm begging you all. Buy a more interesting board game than Monopoly. There are thousands out there better than this.

    • +1

      Suggestions pls in order of priority? Must be kids friendly…

      • +2

        If you have time to play the game with them; being a dungeon master is great fun for a kids session of DnD


      • +4

        Can't do order as it depends on preference for game style, but just to name a few entry types that are easy to understand

        Ticket to Ride, Splendor, Sushi Go!, Kingdomino, Carcassonne, Azul, The Quest for El Dorado, Cockroach Poker, Point Salad, Hive

      • check the secret V.I.P. web site: google

      • +1

        Throw Throw Burito, Hive, Forbidden Island, Horrified, Jaipur, 5 Minute Dungeon, Spicy, Qwirkle, Saboteur

      • Suggestions pls


  • +1

    Was $20 in the past

    • I don't see any past deals at this price? Clearance sale?

      • +1

        Not sure how I came across it, but in June it was half price at $19.50

  • +2

    Monopoly export ban?

    • +2

      won't be export to China as this capitalism game don't fit socialism China.

      • +1

        You don't get to own the properties in this game.

      • You do realise that Monopoly (The Landlord's Game) was created as a critique of capitalism, right?

  • +1

    All the properties are Chinese owned. Pretty realistic update to the game board if you ask me.

    • ..and the property is all in Australian capital cities?

  • Bought this a while back. Not worth it. It's not a full size board, and all the cards/cash are cheaply made. Only the little characters are pretty cool.

    Games are pretty quick due to the small size, but the novelty wears off real quick.

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