Monopoly and Toy Story? Meet the best of both worlds. Play as your favorite Toy Story character as you explore the world of Andy’s home and have fun with the other toys. You will come across memorable characters from all four of the Toy Story films as you journey through the familiar locations. 

When it’s time to put the toys away, the game box has a nifty paper toy chest for convenient storage of the toys (player tokens). Watch out – they may just come to life when you aren’t looking!

Monopoly Toy Story

Editor’s Rating:

In a few words

Meet everyone’s favorite board game coupled with the childhood charm of the Toy Story world. 


Choose to play as Woody, Buzz Lightyear, Bo Peep, Jessie, Alien, or Rex as you journey around the game board, visiting the all-time favorite places of Andy’s home. Buy and own Andy’s Room, Al’s Toy Barn and even the Claw Machine! 

Try your luck with the Andy’s Toy Chest cards and Birthday cards (replacing Chance and Community Chest cards). Once you have collected all of a color set, you can build houses on your properties and collect rent from your opponents!

What’s Included

A standard set of Toy Story Monopoly includes the following: 

  •  6 unique player tokens featuring popular Toy Story characters
  • 18 Title Deed Cards
  • 16 Andy’s Toy Chest cards (replacing Chance cards)
  • 16 Birthday cards (replacing Community Chest cards)
  • 32 houses
  • 12 hotels
  • 2 dice
  • 1 money pack
  • 1 gameboard
  • 1 paper toy chest
  • Game guide


Price: At $19.99, Toy Story Monopoly is one of the most affordable Monopoly games for older children. Considering the Disney/Pixar copyright of the Toy Story world and its characters, getting this game for $19.99 is really a steal. 

With familiar locations and characters that the kids will be sure to recognize, getting them started on Toy Story Monopoly is a great plan. While classic Monopoly may be unfamiliar and too grown-up for the children to have an interest in, the colorful locations in Toy Story Monopoly will definitely draw their attention, as well as the ability to play as their favorite characters. 

Since Toy Story Monopoly mimics classic Monopoly almost exactly, it is an excellent bridging game to eventually ease the children into playing adult Monopoly. Even if you are simply playing with friends, taking a break from the usual Monopoly properties to embrace the world of magic can be a breath of fresh air.


Toy Story Monopoly is only suitable for children ages 8 and up, although younger ones may also enjoy the Toy Story movies and want in on the action. In such cases, you may have to find something else to entertain the little ones with, as they may not be able to fully understand how to play Toy Story Monopoly. 

It seems that every aspect of Toy Story Monopoly is exactly the same as classic Monopoly in terms of gameplay, with the only difference being the custom locations, money, cards and pieces. In every other aspect, playing Toy Story Monopoly is probably just another game of classic Monopoly. As such, if you are looking for a slightly different edition of Monopoly that makes things more interesting, Toy Story Monopoly may not be for you. 

Additionally, if you are not a fan of the Toy Story films or Disney/Pixar works, then Toy Story Monopoly may not hold much appeal for you since it does not offer anything extra other than the immersion into the Toy Story world. In such a case, you may wish to take a look at other Monopoly editions that either have a different gameplay or are more relatable.

Overall Review

We think that Toy Story Monopoly is an excellent game to add to the collection due to its very affordable price. 

However, if you intend to buy the game just for the purpose of playing it, we suggest you purchase it only if you are comfortable with playing exactly the same way as classic Monopoly. This may be a non-issue for some people who simply want to enjoy classic Monopoly together with the Toy Story world. 

Toy Story Monopoly seems to be a simple enough game with no added parts to it, so anyone can be able to enjoy the game especially if they love Toy Story and Disney/Pixar animations. No batteries are required for playing the game. The only thing you have to be careful of is that your game pieces may come to life when nobody is watching!


By Eduardo Flores

A seasoned article writer in the field of toys and games, Eduardo Flores combines a passion for play with a keen analytical eye to craft engaging and informative content. With a diverse background in toy design and a knack for storytelling, Eduardo brings a unique perspective to the world of play, captivating readers with insights into the latest trends, educational benefits, and the joy that toys and games bring to people of all ages.