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Monopoly Gives Fans Chance To Vote To Save Favorite Game Piece

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One unlucky Monopoly game piece will go to jail forever, but fans will have at least a little say in which piece it will be.

Hasbro Gaming is giving fans the chance to vote to save their favorite token on the Monopoly Facebook page.

In a recent message posted on the Facebook page, the company said "In an unlucky roll of the dice, every Monopoly token has landed in jail. One will be locked up forever and replaced with a new piece."

All eight of the game's pieces are on the chopping block.

Fans of the game also have the option to vote in a new piece. The new pieces include a robot, a diamond ring and a cat.

You can vote and read more about the changes to the game on the Monopoly Facebook page.

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