Board games with money are great for a few reasons. For one, they help kids learn valuable life skills. Secondly, they make it so that adults can beat each other up financially without touching the actual bank account!
You're going to love playing the 15 that we have on this list...
Up to eight players compete in this game to buy, sell, improve, and trade property while getting as much money as possible.
Players take turns rolling dice and then moving their token around the board.
When players land on empty property they can buy it, as long as they have enough money.
Players earn money in the form of rent when others land on their property.
Improving property with hotels and houses raises the rent.
Other spaces that can affect the game include community chest, chance, free parking, and the infamous space that sends you straight to jail.
Money management is incredibly important to win.
Great for two to four players who are age seven and up and are interested in learning about how to count money.
Because players count, exchange, and collect money on each move, this game does a great job teaching about how to buy and make change.
Includes the board with an attached spinner, play bills, 100 plastic coins, dice, and markers.
The fun game markers are appealing to younger children.
The player who ends the game with the most money is the winner.
Great for learning how to identify different types of money.
Since the spinner determines what coins can and can’t be used, players must learn coin value quickly and how to count their change.
This easy game only takes around 15 minutes to play, which is great for younger players who are age eight and up.
All players compete against each other to collect their salaries, build fortunes, and even remember to pay their bills on time.
While players do have the opportunity to get lucky and win the lottery, which will put them ahead in the game, gambling can cause a player to lose their money and then lose the game.
The player who has the most savings and cash when the game is over is the winner.
Includes everything needed for play: 64 mail cards, 4 tokens, die, money, 16 deal cards, loan and savings recording pads, and board.
Buy it Right
Players not only get to buy items in this game, but also have to set prices and learn how to find a good deal when playing, which makes them feel more involved.
Requires players to know how to recognize different bills and coins and also makes players find the right change when purchasing items.
Has 40 paper play bills, 100 plastic coins, a calculator, game pieces, and a durable and brightly colored board.
Between two and four players can play, and younger players ages six and up can enjoy the game.
Players learn how to add, subtract, and make change when working with money.
In this fast-paced game, every time a player goes around the board is one year in their life.
Players must learn how to invest their money so that they can retire.
As players age, they must make changes to their investment portfolio to keep it from being too risky by selling risky assets and replacing them with more stable investments.
The player who retires with the most investments is the winner.
There are three levels of play, which is great for all ages.
Family fun play is good for family, strategic play is for serious players, and there are also optional teams.
Very fast-paced game that requires all players to try to save money to be the first to save $20.
Players can earn an allowance and use that money to start their own business in an effort to save the most money.
As players move around the board they must learn how to give back change and how to correctly handle any money that they are given.
Great for ages 5 to 11, although older players can team up with younger children to help them, if necessary.
Every decision that a player makes will determine their success.
Fun card game makes counting money more enjoyable than ever.
All ages can easily participate in this game.
The goal of the game is to get rid of the cards in your hand before other players can.
Cards can be discarded based on matching the currency value of the last card played, its color, or by providing exact change.
The durable cards are designed to last through many games without wearing around the edges or on the corners.
Great teaching tool for schools, homeschools, or even when kids just need a little extra help.
The cards are attractive and feature bright designs and colors.
Cash n Guns
Hilarious art makes this game really enjoyable for all players.
Great for between four to eight players who are 10+.
Each player is a crook who participated in a heist and now wants a bigger cut of the money.
Players try to intimidate their opponents into giving them the largest share of the money.
The player who gets the most money is the winner, but only if they live long enough to spend their money.
Bravery and bluffing are a huge part of the game.
Great for small groups, and since there is little setup, the game moves quickly and never gets boring.
Money constantly changes hands in this fast-paced snatching game where players try to add up their money to $100 and then take all of it to win the game.
There are 94 attractive and colorful cards, and the illustrated rules ensure that everyone will be able to enjoy this game without struggles.
Players must rely on their ability to add money, have a strategy to get the pile to $100, and also need some luck to win this game.
Each player makes a stack of money from their cards and can steal other stacks when they can add a card to it to make it $100.
Managing My Allowance
Great game to introduce younger players to money and how to handle the money that they are given in an allowance.
Players use the bills and coins included in the game to make purchases, get change, and deposit into savings accounts.
Players have to learn how to handle not only their earned allowance, but also any gifts that they receive.
Rewards for shopping sales, being accurate, saving for college, and thinking through each purchase inspire players to be careful with money.
There are two difficulty levels to enjoy: an allowance game where players try to save the most, and a managing level where players keep financial records.
The Game of Life
Every player has to choose their own path of life and hope that they will be able to be the most successful player.
Players move their token vehicle from the start to retirement, choosing a career, building a house, getting a family, and even adopting pets.
With 100 cards, 24 people pegs, 12 pet pegs, a money pack, and spin to win tokens, there are enough high-quality components in this game for everyone to easily play.
Fun game for everyone in the family to enjoy together.
While players can try to choose their life, unexpected surprises can occur, which can completely change the game.
The Farming Game
Players in this game act as farmers who need to have enough money to buy ridges, fields, and pastures.
The board activates different weather cycles, as well as times of the year, so players are playing their way through winter, spring, summer, and fall.
Players start out with a tractor and a large line of credit at the bank and try to turn their credit into a large fortune.
The attractive money is easy to handle and to tell the denominations, thanks to the bright colors.
By rolling dice, players discover the cost of various crops and make purchases to improve their farm.
A streamlined real estate game, this game requires players to try to move around the board while buying property before their opponents can land on it and buy it themselves.
Players can then make improvements to the property in the form of houses, which will raise the rent when their opponents land on their space.
Through careful money management, as well as a bit of strategy and luck, players can build their property empire while avoiding paying rent to others.
Players get to buy, build, borrow, and mortgage their property throughout the game in an attempt to come out on top with the best investments and most money.
The Godfather: Corleone’s Empire
Gameplay lasts about 90 minutes for two to five players.
Based on the classic film, this game requires players to act as the thugs in the mafia to get money, goods, and additional benefits.
Players fight for territory and can earn additional bonuses when they are able to complete certain jobs.
Each player has to learn how much they are willing to spend on bribes and to contribute to the Don.
By laundering their money, players can keep more of it themselves.
There are four acts in the game, allowing for a lot of strategy and some luck.
Jail or Bail
Players try to avoid going broke, going to jail, or getting charged with a felony in this fun and fast-paced game.
Players can try to put each other in jail, steal their money, and end up with the fewest charges and the most cash at the end of the game.
Players who are willing to follow the law can end up with more money in their pockets at the end of the game.
By rolling dice to move their pieces, players travel around a board that is filled with rewards and penalties.
Decks are also used to affect the game and include bail cards, as well as felony cards.