From: General Mills
Introduced in 2003
The front of the cereal box showed the Monopoly game's mascot, Rich Uncle Pennybags, holding up a card the read, "Delicious Indeed. Own it all!... sweetened wheat & rice cereal with marshmallow deeds, houses and hotels."
The cereal was produced via a license with Hasbro.
It's believed that this cereal was actually Cinnamon Toast Crunch with added marshmallows.
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Title: Back of Monopoly Cereal Box
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Comments About This Cereal
What do you think of Monopoly?
Overall Average Rating = 5 (out of 5)
By nostalgic hero
These promotional cereals never last forever, although sometimes they will be re-released every few years... I loved this cereal and I love Monopoly... bring it back... Nostalgic B.Z.K. Hero signing out
Comment submitted: 2/15/2013 (#10833)
By McFlyJr1979 (Team Breakfast Member)
Never heard of it and I love this board game. One of the few actual "board games" I will play since technology took over. Now how about a "Bargain Hunter" cereal from the 70s! :-)
Comment submitted: 5/2/2012 (#7514)
Why did they stop making it? It looks really fun. And... I think the idea of Cinnamon Toast Crunch with marshmallows sounds like a winner.
Comment submitted: 11/18/2011 (#5790)
By nrchill (Team Breakfast Member)
This cereal came out a few years ago and was for sale for only $2.99! That was a great deal and when I bought it, everyone in my household loved it! I was buying it all the time but now you can't find this cereal anywhere! It just disappeared from the grocery store shelves never to be seen again! I was and still am disappointed about that! We need it back on our shelves for customers to enjoy!!!!
Comment submitted: 3/30/2011 (#4238)
Might be my all-time favorite cereal. A milder version of Cinnamon Toast Crunch enhanced by what might be the the most perfect marshmallows imaginable; someone at General Mills knew what they were doing when this recipe was conceived. It's a shame it doesn't exist in some iteration today, but such is usually the fate of cereals tied to an intellectual property, even one as beloved as Monopoly.
Comment submitted: 1/28/2010 (#1307)