Monopoly Junior Board Game

Fast, Fun, and Simple to Play


This Monopoly Junior board game features simplified gameplay for budding Monopoly fans.

Monopoly Junior Game

Monopoly games have been entertaining families since 1935, and people love the roller-coaster ride to success. Pass Go, take a Chance card, and you might just build the property of your dreams…or you might end up in Jail! Whatever happens, it's fun all the way to the top! And now kids can join in the excitement with the fast and fun Monopoly Junior game.
Race, Buy, Sell

First, players choose which adorable character token to play with. The Monopoly Junior game comes with 4 favorite classic tokens before they grew up. Then kids will have a blast racing their tokens around the board, buying the fun properties they love such as the ice cream parlor, the toy store, and the skate park. It's so much fun for them to place a 'sold' sign on their very own property. Chance cards reveal unexpected bonuses, but watch out! They can also make a player pay when least expected. And who knows when someone will get sent straight to jail?
Be the Winner

Kids will love collecting cool properties, making others pay rent, and trying to own it all. Once any player runs out of money and can't buy an unowned property, pay rent, or pay a fine, the game is over. The remaining players count their money, and the person with the most money wins the game!

What People Are Saying About Us

“This is a great version for younger kids.This is a really fun way to introduce your kids to monopoly without it being a four hour affair. ”

Amina Khizar

“ Purchased this to play with our 5 year old. Thought the full version would be too hard to get her involved in. The rules are simplified but the banking tool just made the game so much cleaner and easier to organize.”

Zain Babar

“I am a huge Monopoly fan and wanted to get this to introduce my 5 year old to the game. It has been a huge hit! My 15 year old enjoys playing it with her little brother as well.”

Zara Ali

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