New Monopoly edition ditches paper money for debit cards

New Monopoly Edition Ditches Paper Money for Debit Cards
New Monopoly Edition Ditches Paper Money for Debit Cards

Paper money -- that's what Hasbro has stripped from the latest edition of its classic Monopoly board game.

The banker has also been replaced with this small ATM-like contraption. In place of the Monopoly currency, players will use debit cards to make purchases and pay fees.

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Sure, removing the paper money may mean you'll lose fewer parts, but what about the whole money-managing lesson? Or was the lesson supposed to be something about capitalism?

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Either way, removing those dollar bills will undoubtedly change the way the game is played.

Just like how using a credit card in real life has been linked to overspending, for psychological reasons, this new "Ultimate Banking" edition of Monopoly could make more players go bankrupt a lot faster.

That might also make the game end sooner, which -- I think we can all agree -- could be really nice.

Hasbro's "Ultimate Banking" Monopoly edition will be in stores this fall.

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