The Monopoly Brand Deal is all the fun of the Classic Monopoly game in a quick-playing card game. It comes with 110 cards including Property Cards, Rent Cards, House and Hotel Cards, and Wild Property Cards. Action Cards let players do things such as charge rent and make tricky deals. House and Hotel Cards raise rent values. Wild Property Cards help players build Property sets. And, players pay their debts with Money Cards. This card game is a great way to play the Fast-Dealing Property Trading Game in as little as 15 minutes!
Be the first player to collect 3 complete Property Card sets in different colors to win.
Distribute 5 cards to each player face down. Place remaining cards face down in the center as draw pile.
Each player must take 2 cards when their turn starts.
Each player can play up to 3 actions each turn, which includes property cards, Action cards, Money cards or any combination of the three.
Use action cards to take money, even properties from your rivals.
Lay out the properties.
Upon finishing your turn, if you have more than 7 cards in your hand you must choose some cards to discard to the bottom of the draw pile to keep to 7 cards in your hand.
A player wins when they have 3 sets of different colored properties on his turn. This means that there is only one winner for any one game.
If a player has no cards when their turn starts, they draw 5 cards on their turn.
Put money/action cards into the bank. If an action card is put into the bank, it will be treated as money until the game ends.
If your rival(s) request you to pay money you may choose to pay in cash or property from the table. If you don't have any cards in front of you, you don't have to pay any cards on your hand. You still have to pay from a complete set. Change is not given if you overpay. The multi-coloured property wild cards are an exception to this: They do not need to be given away to pay off fees to your rival(s) as they do not have any monetary value, so they can only be taken away by Deal Breaker, Sly Deal and Force Deal action cards.
Usually, if there are no longer any cards left in the Draw Pile, a player would shuffle the cards remaining in the Play Pile and draw the card(s) required.
You may put a house, then a hotel on a property full set if you have one, except Railroads and Utilities.
Recommended age: 8 & up Estimated play time: 30 Minutes Number of players: 2 - 7 Game difficulty: Easy