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Subject: Play money rss

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Alex P
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Anyone have any recommendation on where I can print play money? I'm thinking that ideally it would be monopoly style multicolored and devoid of any attempt to look like real money. I have a general design in mind and a text image to go in the middle. I'd rather not go to kinkos and have to cut it myself if there is somewhere else that does it.

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Nate K
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MY first question is why you need paper money? Couldn't poker chips or a player board with a money track accomplish the same task of tallying each player's assets without the need to constantly sort and count?
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K Septyn
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There has been a thread or two on the subject lately. Usually people are pointed toward print services like Artscow (see this thread) -- print out money on playing cards instead of more malleable paper.

You could also look at this thread: Best Money
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Andrew Meadow
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Paper money is a pain to work with... go with cardboard chits if you can.
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Benj Davis
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The primary advantage of paper money is that it's more fun to fling in the air.
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Jlerpy wrote:
The primary advantage of paper money is that it's more fun to fling in the air.


I "make it rain" during all my games with paper money!
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