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Back To The Future Monopoly!

Want to travel from 2015 to 1985 to 1955 to 1885 in the comfort of your own home?

Well, now you can!

And, you don’t need a Flux Capacitor-powered DeLorean and a bolt of 1.21 gigawatts for time-tripping excitement!

The game comes packaged in a full-color box resembling a case of plutonium!

This fully licensed Back to the Future Monopoly board game from Diamond Select Toys provides hours of fun as you collect locations and time-hop through the world of the BTTF trilogy!

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The game board features all-new properties taken straight from the films, including Caf ’80s and Doc’s Mansion, plus you get new Chance and Community Chest cards!

New die-cast metal game pieces of the time machine, Einstein the dog, the cowboy hat, the futuristic sneaker, the hoverboard, and the famous Hill Valley clock!

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