Late for the Sky: Christmas-Opoly Review

Christmas-Opoly Property Trading Game Review + Giveaway

When I was young I would spend each holiday with my father’s brother and his wife and 6 children. The gatherings started simple and the seven of us children, and as time went on and cousins got older it began adding boyfriends, and girlfriends to our yearly celebrations.

This was something that we did for close to 10 years, and was a tradition that I looked forward to each year. I would guess which cousins would be there, and if there would be any announcements to the family.

Now that I am older, I no longer see my cousins yearly like I once did, but I still remember that yearly tradition and have now began my own. One that I have began is playing a game with loved ones on the night of the 24th. This year I am adding a new game to the growing tradition from Late for the Sky, Christmas-opoly themed property trading game,

The products featured in this post were provided to me free of charge courtesy of Late in the Sky Games. This post may contain affiliate links, but this in no way influences the review to follow.

The Late for the Sky’s Christmas-oply game is a property trading game that is Christmas themed for the property, pieces and game play.

Each square on the board has a Christmas theme, and is some iconic representation of the holidays that everyone can relate to.

The details are what I have come to expect from Late in the Sky games and the property piece is a tree and the “hotel” is a present.

Each property is replaced with a different Christmas themed topic and the values include each step of financial increase and the back of each deed contains fun facts about the Christmas item that is featured.

The typical “Chance” and “Community Chest” are replaced with a “Holiday Cheer” and “Bah-Humbug” of which have a holiday themed themed benefits or hurdles.

The money is seems to be theme-less money, which means that replacing it will be easy if the need arises.

Each token is holiday themed and include an candy cane, train, teddy bear, reindeer, scrooge and a unique “lump of black coal”.

Instead of the typical railroads, it is replaces with two of Santa’s Reindeer. Each of the four cards that are typically railroads are represented in Comet and Cupid, Prancer and Vixen, Donder and Blitzen, and Dasher and Dancer.

Also included are a set of rules that have a holiday twist!

I have always been a fan of property trading games, and I LOVED this game and recommend it to the Christmas lover in us all!

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GIVEAWAY: Late for the Sky is giving one Chrismas-opoly game to one (1) reader! (1) lucky winner will be selected at random to win 1 – Late for the Sky’s Christmas-oply Property Trading Game. This is a $24.99 value! I will be randomly choosing 1 person on December 10th (12/10/2017) to receive this holiday themed property trading game! Open to residents in the US. To enter complete the entries below! Winner will be notified by me by email and prize will be fulfilled by Late for the Sky Games. Remember you have 48 hours to claim prize, or I will choose another winner. GOOD LUCK!!!

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33 thoughts on “Late for the Sky: Christmas-Opoly Review

  1. Debbie Welchert

    Our holiday tradition is making all the foods my mom use to make only on the holidays. I make them and now my daughter makes them. Hopefully my grandchildren will make them too.

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  2. Darcy L Koch

    Our holiday traditions are doing lots of baking-cookies, cakes, pies, breads, and treats to savor over the holidays.

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  3. Jenn fike

    We have a table cloth that everyone attending thanksgiving dinner signs and then I embroider the signatures so that they are there forever. I LOVE it.

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  4. paulinemilner

    I always look forward to Christmas Eve when we have a house full. We fondue, play games and roast marshmallows. If the weather is good, we have a bonfire outside. Thanks for the super giveaway opportunity and Merry Christmas.

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  5. Mary Somerville

    Between Christmas, and New Year’s Day, the Elf leaves a little surprise in the kids stocking. On New Year’s day, they leave pennys around, and he exchanges them for a goody. The Grandkids have so much fun with this! As I, and my Daughter used to.

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  6. jenny

    I love opening up pajamas on Christmas eve and everyone spending time together watching movies!

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  7. Rose Santuci-Sofranko

    It’s not a “tradition”, per se, but we always go to Holy Mass for Christmas (and on all Sundays and Holydays) to celebrate our Lord and His loving kindness and mercy. Thanks and God Bless! ILuvTheEucharist @ aol dot com

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  8. Jae Park

    My favorite holiday tradition is when my wife takes out her mom and grandma’s old cookbook and starts making the shortbread and gingerbread cookies that her family has always made. The house smells so good, and they taste amazing hot from the oven.

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  9. Michelle Catallo

    We do a personal advent calendar in which my kids and I do things to build up to Christmas. One day is a new family game to add to our nights; another is a book, etc.

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  10. Yvonne Delgado

    My favorite holiday tradition is putting up the Christmas tree as a family and leaving cookies for Santa

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  11. Nicole Lancaster

    My favorite holiday tradition is decorating Gingerbread Houses with all the kids on Christmas Eve.

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  12. Vikki Billings

    Spending Christmas eve with my grandchildren and reading them the night before Christmas!

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  13. Amy Deeter

    My favorite holiday tradition is on Christmas eve when we drive around looking at Christmas lights

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