MONOPOLY Deal Card Game

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R249.00

MONOPOLY DEAL – the card game where anything can happen!

MONOPOLY DEAL is a fast-paced, addictive card game where your luck can change in the play of a card. Collect 3 complete property sets, but beware Debt Collectors, Forced Deals and the dreaded Deal Breakers, which could change your fortunes at any time!

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MONOPOLY Deal

1. How to play Monopoly Deal?
The objective of the game is to be the first player to complete 3 full property sets on the table in front of you. Each property card tells you how many property cards you need of that color to complete the set. For example, the dark blue set only needs 2 dark blue property cards to be completed and the black railroad set needs 4 railroad property cards to be a completed set.

There are 3 places where cards can be played during a turn:

  1. A player can place money cards or action cards (rent, house, hotel, force deal, pass go, etc) face up in their bank.
  2. A player can play property cards face up in front of them in their property section.
  3. A player can play action cards in the middle discard pile.

Each player is dealt 5 cards at the start of the game and then picks up 2 cards from the remaining draw pile at the beginning of each turn.

Each player can play up to 3 cards per turn. A play is considered any time a card is laid on the table (such as money into your bank, property cards on the table, action cards played into the middle, etc). You do not need to play all 3 cards per turn if you do not want to.

At the end of each player’s turn, they cannot have more than 7 cards in their hand. If they do, they need to discard the excess cards into the discard pile.

Play clockwise around the table until someone completes 3 full property sets and they are the winner of that Monopoly Deal game!

2. How to Start and Deal out the Monopoly Deal cards?

  1. Take out the 4 cards that say “Quick Start Rules” from the deck.
  2. Shuffle the deck.
  3. Deal out 5 cards to each player.
  4. Put the remaining cards in the center face down. This will be the draw pile.
  5. All players can pick up the cards that have been dealt to them but do not show anyone else your cards.

3. What does a player do on their turn?

Each player must pick up 2 cards from the draw pile during each turn.

Then each player can play up to 3 cards on their turn. (a play is considered any card that is laid on the table such as money into your bank, property cards on the table, action cards played into the middle, etc). You do not need to lay all 3 card plays if you do not want to.

There will be 3 places where cards can be played during a turn: A player can place money cards or action cards (rent, house, hotel, force deal, pass go, etc) face up in their bank, a player can play property cards face up in front of them in their property section, and a player can play action cards in the middle discard pile.

At the end of a turn, a player cannot have more than 7 cards in their hand. If they do, they need to discard the excess cards into the discard pile in the middle.

4. How do you win at Monopoly Deal?

The winner of the game is the first player to complete 3 full property sets and have them down on the table. Each property card tells you how many cards you need of that color to complete the set. For example the dark blue set only needs 2 dark blue property cards to be completed and the black railroad set needs 4 railroad property cards to be a completed set.

  • Ages 8+
  • 2 – 5 Players
  • 15 minutes

For the complete rules visit: https://www.ultraboardgames.com/monopoly/deal-game-rules.php

MONOPOLY Deal Card Game

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Additional information

Weight 0.2 kg
Dimensions 14.3 × 19.2 × 2 cm

1 review for MONOPOLY Deal Card Game

  1. Rudolph

    Monopoly will always be a classic, but takes forever to finish, if you do. So this is a great alternative that will satisfy some of the monopoly urges but that will be able to finish. Games are relatively fast. A very easy great party game, I will suggest you get it

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