Walmart Is Selling a Monopoly-Themed Backyard Water Park—and It's $200 Off Right Now

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Picture this: It's mid-July. 85 degrees. Your kids are hot, sweaty and complaining about having nothing to do. It's a scene you've seen a million times before. This summer, however, is the summer things are gonna be different. That's because the Hasbro Monopoly Splash Game from WowWee is here to make their wildest dreams come true—and right now, you can save $200 on it at Walmart, where it drops from $999 to $798.

This splash game combines all the fun of the family-favorite board game with the excitement of a backyard water park. Intended for two to four "players" between the ages of 5 and 10, it sees kids choosing between rolling a set of (included) inflatable dice to determine which of the course's Monopoly-themed obstacles they'll take on, ranging from a climbing wall, slide and racing markers, or playing a life-sized "Mega Monopoly" version of the game, during which each child will have their own objectives. No matter which path they choose, they'll want to collect the most Monopoly money—25 waterproof foam bills come with the game—to win.

Between the water slides, cooling sprinkler-effects, and entertaining obstacles, the videos of this thing personally have us wishing for an adult-sized version of the water park.

In addition to all the seasonal fun that's included in this game, it comes with a convenient air blower, a storage bag, four air blower stakes, eight inflatable device stakes, a water-spraying hose, multiple repair patches, two inflatable dice and foam Monopoly money.

While it's definitely a pricey buy, it's bound to make summer party planning a breeze: The kids' birthday parties, July Fourth and even Memorial Day and Labor Day will all be covered, and it's sure to get a ton of daily use, too (which means blissful peace and quiet for mom and dad). It's easy to set up—it fully inflates in just two minutes—and considering that the average water park ticket costs about $40 per person just for entrance, you'll see the value of a this backyard option in no time.

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