Fun money

Fun money

Money that can be used to invest in risky investments with high potential return.

Fun Money

Money used for non-business purposes. For example, one may set aside money for a vacation or to finance an expensive hobby. More rarely, it may also refer to start-up capital for a business based on one's hobby.
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Users do not play with real money; instead they are given $20,000 in fun money to play the odds individually or against other users.
Guests will also receive $20 in Tigers Fun Money to purchase souvenirs or concessions at Comerica Park, and a coupon for a $2 draught beer at Courtyard Cafe and bar.
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Three hostelries are involved in the contest for pupils to design a fun money box.
Turn your small change into thousands of pounds worth of Kirkwood Fun Money and try your luck at an array of games including Black Jack, Roulette and Casino Stud Poker.
Tickets are pounds 45 or pounds 420 a table seating 10 and include a drinks reception, three-course meal, live entertainment entry into the ticket draw and fun money for the casino tables.
There will also be horse racing games and casino tables with fun money.
LISCARD: Wallasey 2 Lourdes Youth group will be holding a fundraising Casino Royale night with fun money and an auction at 8pm on Saturday, October 20, at St Albans parish centre, St Albans Road.
It's not like it's fun money, like somebody just won the lottery," said Reilly, the agent for Olaru, who was owed $14,000 in prizes and expenses for finishing fourth in 2006.
Don't cut out all fun money, but limit the cash you spend on going out, clothes, CDs, holidays.
Playing the tables and roulette wheels with fun money, the guests were then invited to take part in a charity auction, which included prizes such as a journey on the Orient Express, RBS 6 Nations tickets and a signed portrait of Mohammed Ali.