Monopoly Jr. Instructions

Written by dawn roberts | 13/05/2017
Monopoly Jr. Instructions
Monopoly junior utilises ticket booths -- instead of houses and hotels -- as a means to increase revenue. (houses image by Christopher Hall from

For decades, people have played the classic board game Monopoly. Brought to the market in 1935, the original game featured players buying "streets" and then building "houses" and "hotels" to increase the value of the property. Intended for children ages 5-8, Monopoly junior delivers a version of the game for those a bit too young to play with the big kids.

Choose a token, and place it on the space marked "GO!"

Give each player 10 ticket booths (or 12 for a two-player game).

Shuffle the Chance cards and place them face down on the board.

Choose a player to be the Banker.

Give each player five 60p's, four £1.30's, three £1.90's, one £2, and one £3.

Roll the die. The person who rolls the highest number goes first.

Roll the die.

Move your marker the number of spaces noted on the die.

Follow the instructions on the space where you land.

Win when the first player runs out of money.

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