Monopoly has also been released for a number of different locations. The majority of major towns and cities have seen at least one Monopoly release in the last twenty years. these editions are usually produced by Winning Moves.

There are three designs of these editions – traditional, modern and special token. Traditional boxes look alike, with modern boxes with a redesigned box cover – modern editions also come with a free promotional Top Trumps Card. Special Token editions are similar to modern editions, except there are 6 special tokens instead of the standard tokens.

UK Cities: https://richunclepennybags.co.uk/monopoly-cities-towns

USA Cities: https://richunclepennybags.co.uk/monopoly-usa-cities

International Cities: https://richunclepennybags.co.uk/monopoly-international-cities-towns

Universities: https://richunclepennybags.co.uk/university-monopoly

This collection includes:

  • Aberdeen (2009)
  • Aberdeen (2019)
  • Ayr
  • Bailiwick of Guernsey
  • Birmingham
  • Blackpool & The Fylde Coast
  • Brighton & Hove
  • Cambridge
  • Canterbury
  • Cardiff
  • Carlisle
  • Cheltenham
  • Christchurch
  • City of Salford
  • Cornwall (2001)
  • Cornwall (2015)
  • Coventry
  • Devon
  • Edinburgh
  • Essex
  • Glasgow (1999)
  • Glasgow (2000)
  • Gloucestershire
  • Grimsby & Cleethorpes
  • Howden
  • Hull
  • Isle of Man
  • Jersey (2004)
  • Jersey (2008)
  • Lancashire (2000)
  • Lancashire (2001)
  • Leicestershire
  • Lincoln
  • Liverpool
  • Liverpool (2008 Capital of Culture)
  • Liverpool (2009)
  • Liverpool (2019 Special Tokens)
  • Manchester
  • Newcastle & Gateshead
  • Newport
  • Norwich
  • Nottingham
  • Oxford (2001)
  • Oxford (2012)
  • Reading
  • Redditch
  • Richmond-Upon-Thames
  • Royal Windsor
  • Sheffield
  • South Devon & Torbay
  • Stratford-Upon-Avon
  • Wigan
  • Winchester
  • Wolverhampton
  • Worcester
  • York
  • Aberdeen (2009) (Modern)
  • Aberdeen (2019) (Special Tokens)
  • Ayr (2020) (Modern)
  • Bailiwick of Guernsey (2013) (Modern)
  • Birmingham (1998) (Traditional)
  • Blackpool & The Fylde Coast (2010) (Modern)
  • Brighton & Hove (2003) (Traditional)
  • Cambridge (2015) (Modern)
  • Canterbury (2014) (Modern)
  • Cardiff (2009) (Modern)
  • Carlisle (2007) (Traditional)
  • Cheltenham (2014) (Modern)
  • Christchurch (2020) (Special Tokens)
  • City of Salford (2021) (Modern)
  • Cornwall (2001) (Traditional)
  • Cornwall (2015) (Modern)
  • Coventry (2002) (Traditional)
  • Devon (2002) (Traditional)
  • Edinburgh (2000) (Traditional)
  • Essex (2001) (Traditional)
  • Glasgow (1999) (Traditional)

Monopoly Glasgow (1999) is missing the lid in the collection

  • Glasgow (2000) (Traditional)
  • Gloucestershire (2003) (Traditional)
  • Grimsby & Cleethorpes (2015) (Modern)
  • Howden (2016) (Modern)
  • Hull (2004) (Traditional)
  • Isle of Man (2011) (Traditional)
  • Jersey (2004) (Traditional)

  • Jersey (2008) (Modern)
  • Lancashire (2000) (Traditional)
  • Lancashire (2001) (Traditional)
  • Leicestershire (2003) (Traditional)
  • Lincoln (2013) (Modern)
  • Liverpool (1999) (Traditional)
  • Liverpool – Capital of Culture 2008 (2007) (Traditional)
  • Liverpool (2009) (Modern)
  • Liverpool (2019) (Special Tokens)
  • Manchester (2008) (Modern)
(Paint damaged)
  • Newcastle & Gateshead (1998) (Traditional)
  • Newport (2014) (Modern)
  • Norwich (2002) (Traditional)
  • Nottingham (2004) (Traditional)
  • Oxford (2001) (Traditional)
  • Oxford (2015) (Modern)
  • Reading (2003) (Traditional)
  • Redditch (2013) (Modern)
  • Richmond-Upon-Thames (2021) (Modern)
  • Royal Windsor (2018) (Modern)
  • Sheffield (2007) (Traditional)
  • South Devon & Torbay (2022) (Modern)

Unfortunately the eBay seller posted this item by attaching the postage label directly to the cellophane. Address label censored.

  • Stratford-Upon-Avon (2016) (Modern)
  • Wigan (2005) (Traditional)
  • Winchester (2017) (Modern)
  • Wolverhampton (2013) (Modern)

Error: The four stations & two utilities’ title deeds state ‘City of X’ rather than ‘Wolverhampton’

  • Worcester (2006) (Traditional)
  • York (2015)