Where was the game Monopoly first sold?

Answer The board game Monopoly was first sold in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. It was copyrighted by Charles Darrow in 1933, and the first reported sales occurred at Wanamaker's department store, one of the... Read More »

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How many Monopoly games have been sold worldwide?

Since its release in 1935, more than 200 million Monopoly board games have been sold worldwide, making it the best-selling board game in history, according to Hasbro, the company that sells the gam... Read More »

Who is the old man on the Monopoly game?

The old man in the "Monopoly" board game is named Rich Uncle Pennybags. The fictitious character was not part of the original Monopoly design, but was added early on by Parker Brothers, the company... Read More »

How many game tokens are in Monopoly?

As of 2010, Monopoly games include eight tokens. The original 1935 game offered no tokens; players were told to use household items. A year later, four wax wood pawns were included, and eight token... Read More »

What is the name of the guy that is in jail on the Monopoly game?

Mr. Monopoly is the man in jail on the Monopoly board game. The popular family board game was created in the United States during the Great Depression, and is sold in more than 100 countries in 201... Read More »