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Target.com [target.com] has Monopoly Super Electronic Banking Board Game for $13.59. Before purchase, to earn 2.5% in Slickdeals Cashback, follow the instructions below. Select free store pickup where available, otherwise shipping is free on orders $35+

For Slickdeals Cashback, On PC or Laptop Only:
  1. If you don't already have it, Install the Slickdeals Extension (Click Install Now) Note: if you already have the extension but have not enrolled in SD Rewards, click through the link to complete enrollment.
  2. Sign-in or Create a Slickdeals account after installation. You need to have an account so we know where to send your rewards points.
  3. IMPORTANT: To receive the Cashback Offer, disable adblockers and other cashback and coupon shopping extensions. If you don't disable them, you may not get credit for this offer from Slickdeals. You can find your extensions under "Manage Extensions" in your browser.
  4. Next go to the store using the links above and you should see a prompt stating the % of cashback, if not open the extension and click "Activate Cashback"
  5. Proceed to checkout
  6. Track your purchases here: Redemption Portal
  7. Notes: Purchases can take up to 2 weeks to show up. We're working on speeding up this process as we continue to test out this Beta Program.
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I'd only lament the fact that the cash-based system teaches kids a number of relevant mathematics skills. I was playing Monopoly this weekend with my niece and nephew who are 4 and 6, and the 6 year old was even teaching the 4 year old some basic math concepts. Things like - it costs $12 but I only have $1, $5 and $20 bills, and I'm out of $10s. So I have to pay with two $5s and two $1s. This would have been lost if they just paid it electronically using their bank balance. I get the speed of play aspect and I realize cash transactions are not commonplace anymore. But, sucks to lose out on learning opportunities. My 2c.

Also, part of the fun of Monopoly IS that it lasts all night and eventually families are torn apart by drunken arguments stemming from someone becoming a ruthless landlord around 8 hours into gameplay. Right?
I'll buy one without using SD cb
Holding out for the Ultimate Electronic Monopoly Board Game, unless a Mega Elite Ultimate Electronic version in announced on Friday.

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I've been waiting for this one to go on sale! Thanks op, I'm in for one.
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I'll buy one without using SD cb
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Holding out for the Ultimate Electronic Monopoly Board Game, unless a Mega Elite Ultimate Electronic version in announced on Friday.
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Yup !!!!
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Hmm...

Am i the one that has to say it??

Eh, i have no real account built-up on Slickdeals, so sure.

The purpose of this "electronic" version (which has actually been around for a LONG time) is so that people wouldnt have worry about ruining or losing cash. The game moves faster because there's less math/drudgery during turns. No real "banker" that has to count out the cash, and do the simple math involved.

I mean, think what you will of it... But i love the electronic version as far as BOARD GAMES go, because clean-up is easier, and the game plays faster. Its a good example of how to improve a product without ruining the rules at all.
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Thank you mods for deleting that craziness! Just more proof that the elite boogeyman are trying to censor us lol.

What does it mean by "PC required"? Does this thing need to be hooked up to a PC while playing?
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Thank you mods for deleting that craziness! Just more proof that the elite boogeyman are trying to censor us lol.

What does it mean by "PC required"? Does this thing need to be hooked up to a PC while playing?
PC required refers to getting the Slickdeals Cashback.

... unless you're questioning the boogeyman, then PC means politically correct.
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Do kids actually like this? I remember playing the electronic money version of monopoly when I was babysitting 10 years ago and it was so slow and tedious compared to the "cash" version.
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Quote from pimacleod :
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Hmm...

Am i the one that has to say it??

Eh, i have no real account built-up on Slickdeals, so sure.

The purpose of this "electronic" version (which has actually been around for a LONG time) is so that people wouldnt have worry about ruining or losing cash. The game moves faster because there's less math/drudgery during turns. No real "banker" that has to count out the cash, and do the simple math involved.

I mean, think what you will of it... But i love the electronic version as far as BOARD GAMES go, because clean-up is easier, and the game plays faster. Its a good example of how to improve a product without ruining the rules at all.
I'd only lament the fact that the cash-based system teaches kids a number of relevant mathematics skills. I was playing Monopoly this weekend with my niece and nephew who are 4 and 6, and the 6 year old was even teaching the 4 year old some basic math concepts. Things like - it costs $12 but I only have $1, $5 and $20 bills, and I'm out of $10s. So I have to pay with two $5s and two $1s. This would have been lost if they just paid it electronically using their bank balance. I get the speed of play aspect and I realize cash transactions are not commonplace anymore. But, sucks to lose out on learning opportunities. My 2c.

Also, part of the fun of Monopoly IS that it lasts all night and eventually families are torn apart by drunken arguments stemming from someone becoming a ruthless landlord around 8 hours into gameplay. Right?
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I'd only lament the fact that the cash-based system teaches kids a number of relevant mathematics skills. I was playing Monopoly this weekend with my niece and nephew who are 4 and 6, and the 6 year old was even teaching the 4 year old some basic math concepts. Things like - it costs $12 but I only have $1, $5 and $20 bills, and I'm out of $10s. So I have to pay with two $5s and two $1s. This would have been lost if they just paid it electronically using their bank balance. I get the speed of play aspect and I realize cash transactions are not commonplace anymore. But, sucks to lose out on learning opportunities. My 2c.

Also, part of the fun of Monopoly IS that it lasts all night and eventually families are torn apart by drunken arguments stemming from someone becoming a ruthless landlord around 8 hours into gameplay. Right?
All of what you say has some merit... Even the drunken ruthless landlord parts. Stick Out Tongue
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Wow...so they're getting rid of cash to get kids get used to a cashless system...yikes. Guess I'm not that surprised, just didn't think things would be turning that soon. Get ready for major changes for our future generations. Careful what you say or your chip will get turned off.

Blah blah blah...
Do you have a smartphone? Congrats, you've already been "microchipped". No one forced you to get one. No one secretly put it on you. You willingly accepted one.
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I'll buy one without using SD cb
Right....they keep pushing that junk on every post
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What's the difference from this and the ultimate electronic banking that Amazon sells?
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