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Express Monopoly

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Express Monopoly
Publisher(s)Parker Brothers
Setup time5 minutes
Playing time15-20 minutes

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Express Monopoly is a card game released by Parker Brothers in 1993 when the character was still officially named Rich Uncle Pennybags.[1] The game consists of 42 playing card and a game board.

40 of the 42 playing cards each represent one of the 40 spaces on the standard (Atlantic City, pre-2008) Monopoly Board. Unlike the original board game, however, all the spaces on the board (including the corners, Chance, Community Chest, and Tax spaces) were parts of monopolies. The playing board consists of four puzzle-like pieces that attach to recreate a miniature Monopoly board. It has color strips on the outside of the board to let players know what spaces belonged to what monopoly.[1]


  1. 1.0 1.1 "Express Monopoly" (PDF). 1993. Unknown parameter |url-status= ignored (help)

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