Top-10 Affordable Limited Edition Monopoly Games

Since its conception and first release in February 1935, Monopoly has enticed and captured the attention of gamers worldwide. And now, 83-years later, Monopoly still remains relevant with the younger generations devising their own editions and changes. For older generations, the evolution of Monopoly over the years is providing something to add as a collector’s item now and then.

Having scooped several awards including the prestigious GAMES Hall of Fame, Monopoly demands respect, just by existing. The board game comes in several versions and each release comes with rules and designs slightly different from the previous one. As a result, there are now many different monopoly games. Over the years, some of the board games get destroyed. And in celebration of some significant milestones, the publishers of Monopoly create some limited editions. There is now an impressive list of limited edition types of Monopoly ready to be collected. But first, let’s take a quick look at how to play this board game.

How to Play Monopoly

This board game consists of one board and two 6-sided dices. Players roll the two dices to move for the number of squares equal to the sum of both dices, and in the process buy, develop and trade property. Opponents who don’t own property pay rent to the owner who collects everything and ultimately, the winner is the one who comes on top as the tycoon and victor — absolute capitalism.

Here is a summary of specs that remain the same across all editions of Monopoly:

  • 2-6 players for some versions, 2-10 players for other versions,

  • game setup time takes less than 10 minutes,

  • playtime on average takes anything between 1 and 4 hours, as Monopoly can be an intellectually stimulating game,

  • skills needed to play Monopoly include strategizing, planning, organising and resource management,

  • Monopoly is published by the following groups: Hasbro, Parker Brothers, Waddingtons and Winning Moves.

Okay, so the publishers of Monopoly found a winning strategy to keep the game relevant over the years. The Monopoly special editions are how Monopoly stays on top of the game — figuratively. These editions are named after some special moments or entertainment shows and as a result, they resound with a significant number of gamers.

Let’s take a Look at the top 10 affordable monopoly limited editions


Walking Dead Monopoly

What better way of immortalising this post-apocalyptic TV show than having a game celebrating it. TWD Monopoly is a special edition that features tokens such as Rick’s cowboy hat and a bucket full of unidentified body parts. This edition is extremely popular, but not readily available in every country. If you are interested in being a capitalist of flesh-eating zombies, buy it from Argos UK via Parcl and have it forwarded to your home.



Stranger Things Monopoly

This limited edition of Monopoly presents gamers with an opportunity of becoming capitalists in Hawkins, Indiana where strange, terrible things are occurring all too often. The edition uncovers the dark mystery and features some 80’s tokens. Available from Forbidden Planet which does not ship to every country, the Stranger Things Monpoly game can be forwarded to you by Parcl direct from the webstore.



Classic Monopoly

This edition takes everyone back to the past, to where it all began. With Classic Monopoly, gamers get to enjoy similar features as those loved by the first players of the board game. It comes back as rare Monopoly and can be purchased from the Parcl store and shipped to your final address using a US package forwarder.



Star Wars Saga Edition Monopoly

Now, this is perhaps one of Monopoly’s most inclusive editions ever. The Star Wars Edition is not just for the geeks who are die-hard fans of the Star Wars brand. As long as you place the Powerful Force cards the right way, then you will most definitely enjoy the edition. Taking from the Star Wars theme, the game’s main mission is to conquer planets and build bases to dominate the universe. Get it from the Parcl store and check out the rare Monopoly with 8 collectible sculpted tokens.


Pokemon Monopoly

Pokémon Kanto Edition Monopoly

In this version, gamers get to travel through all 8 gyms and fight Gym Leader Pokémon. The key features are the 6 Metal Tokens i.e.: Pikachu, Bulbasaur, Charmander, Squirtle, Eevee, and Jigglypuff. In place of the plain, traditional houses and hotels, this special Pokémon edition has sculpted Poke Marts and Pokémon centres. Available from the Parcl store and other web stores.


Game of Thrones Monopoly

Game of Thrones Monopoly

Game of Thrones is undoubtedly one of HBO’s most-watched TV shows. This edition follows the lead to bring gamers GOT themed designs that unpack the World of Westeros on top of the gaming board. The 6 tokens here are made up of the Crown, Direwolf, Dragon Egg, The Iron Throne, Three-Eyed Raven, and White Walker. Similarly, Monopoly’s Chance and Community Chest are converted to “Valar Morghulis” and “The Iron Throne” respectively in true GOT style. It is recommended for gamers aged 41 and above and can be bought from the Parcl store.



Avengers Monopoly

This edition forms part of rare monopoly games that can be played on family game nights. It has pieces that are familiar to accommodate gamers of all ages. It offers an inclusive and more streamlined gaming experience. Gamers from any country can buy it from the Parcl store.


Assassin's Creed Monopoly

Assassin's Creed Monopoly

When have you ever heard of an Assassin’s Creed installation that wasn’t successful — from movies to TV adaptations to the game itself. Thus, this rare Monopoly is one for gamers of a wide range. Buy it from the Parcl shop for a chance to be Ezio the ultimate capitalist.



Nightmare Before Christmas

You remember the Disney movie that successfully combined the Halloween and Christmas feels? Well, this limited edition is based on it. The tokens include the adorable Salli and Jack Skellington. The landmarks are based on those from the movie. Get the game from the Parcl international shop.



80th Anniversary Edition Monopoly

To commemorate 8 decades of absolute dominance, the game developed this edition where players have to buy, sell, and negotiate deep to their knees before winning. This edition is a bumped up Classic Monopoly where staying in jail is usually the safest. However, to be safe and remain on the leaderboard means securing one’s properties before heading for jail. This edition pays homage by including feature tokens from the 1930’s right through the 2000s. It’s sold on Amazon and can be forwarded from the US to your location.


Buy Yourself an Exclusive Monopoly

Parcl quite often ships limited edition board games and collectible toys. Thus, for items such as rare Monopoly, they have practice and are well equipped to deliver your purchase to your home country. These limited editions of Monopoly are available for purchase over at Amazon. However, most of them are not available for international shipping. To have the game delivered to your country, register an account with a package forwarding company for free, fill in the form and use the address provided to you to complete the purchase.

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Victoria Tegg
4 months ago
Link to the past 20-30 hours? Nonsense. Even on your first playthrough not knowing where anything is MIGHT take 8-10 hours if you're really taking your time. The game can be beat in 3-4 hours with all collectibles and you don't need to be some masterful speed runner to manage that. I was doing it as a kid and I'm not very good at video games. It's an amazing game but I often see it described like it's some sort of mega epic when it's something most average people could clear in an afternoon or two.
4 months ago
Hi Victoria, thank you for the comment. I'm afraid the article does not say anything about 20-30 hours, Instead, it says "playtime on average takes anything between 1 and 4 hours". Moreover, the article is not about video games. Thanks!
Moses Brodin
4 months ago
Mariokart better than Chrono Trigger? No. Especially when you take into account that it hasn't aged very well. Mario games are often overrated just because it's Mario. Also, Zelda is great but a bit overrated. It's not the best on the system. Doesn't deserve to be #1 on so many lists. I think Super Metroid is probably #1. Ragerds:Moses Brodin
Moses Brodin
1 month ago
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3 weeks ago
Hi Moses, thanks a lot for your comment. It's always a pleasure to know someone who's into video and table games!
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