Bonnet de douche! You too could soon be a millionaire in the Only Fools and Horse Monopoly board game


Fromage Frais! At last, South London has a Monopoly board all of its own. Sadly, it revolves around one of its less reputable families – the Trotters.

And, although Peckham bus station is mentioned, there is no place for the posh parts south of the Thames, like Penge, Thornton Heath or Thamesmead for its top properties – let alone an Old Kent Road.

Instead, the properties are episode names, such as Miami Twice and To Hull and Back.

But you can still relive your favourite moments on this Creme de la Menthe special edition, following in the footsteps of Del Boy, Rodders and Uncle Albert.

Raquel, Del, Rodney and Cassandra in Only Fools and Horses and, , the new Monopoly game based on the hit TV show

It features classic episodes, such as the Trotters offering their services as chandelier cleaners in A Touch of Glass, Del misjudging the bar in Yuppy Love, and the boys attempting to sell bottled water as Peckham Spring in Mother Nature’s Son.

Del selling pre-blessed goods to a vicar at Christmas, the boys dressing up as Batman and Robin and inadvertently preventing a robbery on their way to a party, and Peckham’s finest finally making their millions when they discover the 1774 John Harrison watch.

There are six bespoke token playing pieces – but they’ll cost you.

So you too can own it all, trade your way to an unlikely commercial success and become millionaires in Only Fools and Horses like the Trotters. Lovely jubbly.

Unfortunately, the game is going to set you back £29.99, which translates as 30 big ones.
A less ‘Chateauneuf du Pape’ is the Only Fools and Horses Top Trumps, costing £5, giving you the chance pit to the Trotters against each other armed only with their all-too-fallible character traits.


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