Monopoly for Millennials Game Just $19.82 at Walmart

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Hop on over to Walmart.com where you can snag this NEW Monopoly for Millennials Board Game for just $19.82! The player that collects the most experience – not the most money – wins this fun tongue-in-cheek version of the popular game!

This Monopoly for Millennials game is for 2-4 players, and includes six tokens, 16 destination cards, 16 chance cards, 16 community chest cards, 64 experience chips, a money pack, and dice.

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Comments 11

  1. Kris P

    Is it made for shorter attention spans and come with participation medals?

    • Brooke

      Lol 😂

    • Wifeandmomof3

      LOL

    • Ro

      Wrong generation, that’s Gen Z

    • Jv

      I think people forget it isn’t the millennials’ fault. They didn’t invent participation trophies and they sure aren’t proud of them or wanted them to begin with. I blame the older generation for their coddling ways.

      • Jen

        So true!!! Many fail to realize that Gen Z kids aren’t born to millennial parents!

        • Nikki

          My kids are Gen Z and I am a millennial. Gen Z is unofficially anyone born after 2000 and Millennial is 1982-2000. So roughly 36 years old today- 18 years old are Millennials, all are old enough to have Gen Z children. Kids between newborn and 18 (depending on birthday) are Generation Z. I know some Baby Boomers with Gen Z children so this isn’t just a Millennial issue. I just had a conversation with a Baby Boomer who is a military veteran, with children between 2 and 26 and he coddles his children and felt terrible because he couldn’t follow his own parenting advice that he was giving to others. Questioned what was in the water he was never this way with his older children. Lol

          • Jessica

            “Millennial is 1982-2000.”

            Um…just NO! 1982 is far too old to be a millennial. Don’t know where you are getting that at? But as someone born in 1982 this is the first time I have heard my birth year used for the millennial generation.

    • DK67

      You open the box and there’s a smart phone inside.

  2. B

    Love the tag line “Forget real estate. You can’t afford it anyway.” 🤣

  3. shan

    Tell me this a joke.

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