Is this cool? Worcester Bar accepts monopoly $ as payment


And the big question I ask myself is: why haven’t I learned this before today? Because today, June 23, for just a few hours, the oldest bar in Worcester, MA will actually make wishes come true for anyone who has ever played Monopoly. Ralph’s Tavern will accept Monopoly money as Payment!

It’s pretty cool! The monopoly has existed for a long time. In fact, someone once said, “You can say Monopoly is old fashioned because the rich can still go to jail.” Who among us has played Monopoly and thought to ourselves, “Boy, I wish that big stack of tickets were real.” I’m sure I wasn’t the only one …

WTEN / 10 News Albany reports that Ralph’s Tavern on Shrewsbury Street is urging customers to use Monopoly money between 4 p.m. and 6 p.m. on June 23 as part of a campaign to land the bar on an upcoming Worcester edition of Monopoly.

Owner Scot Bove is hoping Ralph’s Tavern will be one of 34 Worcester venues featured in the new edition of Monopoly and believes this event will grab some attention.

Between 4:00 p.m. and 6:00 p.m. you can purchase selected items with Monopoly invoices. And there is no limit. Guests can pay $ 5 in Monopoly cash for admission, $ 10 for a hot dog, $ 20 for Jell-O’s shots, and $ 50 for raffle entry. Keep in mind that Jell-O shots will lack a certain ingredient. Bové explains:

We cannot give alcohol, so all Jell-O shots will be alcohol-free. All alcohol must be paid for in regular US currency.

If you choose to enter the raffle, you could end up winning hats, t-shirts, or glassware. The one and only Rich Uncle Pennybags, known internationally as Mr. Monopoly, will join the fun. The creators of Monopoly, Hasbro, will bring it.

Ralph’s Tavern even encourages its guests to dress up as Uncle Pennybags for a chance to win additional prizes. As I already mentioned at the beginning of this article, I wish I had known in advance. The chance to spend colorful Monopoly money for an hour or two. I missed my chance.

For more on the story, check out the WTEN website here.

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