Road to Riches is an educational board game in which players compete against one another to lay the foundations for a successful future by making savvy financial and life decisions.

Created in partnership with a former World Bank Economist, teachers and FT journalists, Road To Riches has been successfully tested at schools in the UK. Students think the game is ‘a fun, engaging way to learn about money.’

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How to get a copy of Road to Riches

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Free FT.com access + Road to Riches

Schools teaching 16-19 year old students can apply for free FT.com access, which includes a copy of Road to Riches*.

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*Subject to availability. Offer ends 1 December 2019. Delivery charges apply for shipping outside the UK

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You don't have to be a school to get a copy of Road to Riches. If you are not eligible to claim a free copy, or have already claimed your free copy as a participating school, you can purchase one directly from our partner, Eliora Games.

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Game overview

Players: 2-8

Playing time: 30-45 minutes

For ages: 15+

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What's in the box

30 news flash, knowledge and wild cards

4 personal asset booklets

4 A/B cards

30 pawns; 16 red/green counters

Savings trust chips

Paper money

Game wheel

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