Easy Money Board Game

Easy Money Game Rules

Easy Money Instructions / How To Play

Average Price: $15.00
Playing Time: 30 - 45 min.
Ages: 9+
Players: 2 - 4

Easy Money is a board game similar to Monopoly and has been a classic for over 70 years. Your goal of this board game is to become rich and get as much money as you can. In Easy Money, players buy and sell property, build houses, borrow money, complete transactions with the bank, take out mortgages, etc.

Sometimes it not easy making money but it sure can be fun to try. Play with up to four people and see who can get the most easy money. You never know, you just might roll the perfect number to make you lost of money! Play Easy Money today!

To be the player to collect the most money in cash and property value.

Easy Money will include the game board, 1 money pawn, 4 money boards, 30 cards, 1600 bills, 180 money labels, 5 dice and the official Easy Money game rules and instructions.

Game Rules:
Please keep in mind that the official Easy Money rules and instructions could be different depending on the game version you have. The rules below are some of the exact directions that came in the origianl packaging on how to play Easy Money.

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Cheryl says:

When you want to purchase more houses for your property in Easy Money, do you have to land on that property to do so OR when it is your turn can you buy more houses for any of your properties. If you want to increase your rent value quickly, can you purchase more than one house at a time?
Maverick says:

Thank You! It was so helpful.
Kathleen Plano says:

The houses that come in the box are they wooden or plastic please?
Frank Bean says:

I had an easy money game handed down to me in the early 50's by my mother. It was one she and my dad used to play back in the 30's. I was 11 and had no instructions or rules as to how to play. So, I thought I would buy a new one which I did. From what I understand the one I purchased is a 1974 revision. The first time my wife and I played she smoked me! I finally cried "uncle" and conceded. However it is a fun game and we plan to have many more sessions.
Hamid Iqbal says:

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brooke says:

easy money gives us the simplicity of monopoly but yet gives us the complexity of easy money
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