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Pay Day Game - 30th Anniversary Edition

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Pay Day Game - 30th Anniversary Edition
Household finances have never been so much fun! Parker Brothers' classic game of making and spending money has been re-released for its 30th Anniversary. Move through the calendar game board where something happens every day, just like in real life. Buy groceries, fix the car, start a business, and more. You'll receive all sorts of mail - some good (postcards) and some not so good (bills!). You might celebrate your birthday, go on a family fun day, or hit the lottery! The best day is at the end of every month - Payday - where you get your salary. Play as many months as you want, earning and spending along the way. At game's end, pay off all your bills and loans and then count up your cash. The player with the most money wins! Game comes with game board, 4 tokens, 18 deal cards, 46 mail cards, money, die, loan records pad, and game instructions. For 2 - 4 Players, ages 8 and up.

Warning: Choking Hazard WARNING: CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.

For 2 to 4 players, ages 8 and up

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Great Game

By Elaine the Entertainer

from Grand Rapids, MI

About Me Casual Player

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  • Can Withstand Use
  • Entertaining
  • Fun
  • Interactive


    Best Uses

    • Adults
    • Family Fun
    • Passing The Time

    Comments about Pay Day Game - 30th Anniversary Edition:

    We played this game again and again with the family over the holidays & everybody loved it. It was so much fun, we didn't care whether we won or lost. We did get tired of landing on the lottery squares & decided we'd think up our own substitutions for those days. Otherwise, it was excellent.

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