Timing Is Money

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Timing Is Money
TimingIsMoney SuperMarioParty.png
Appears in Super Mario Party
Type 4-Player coin minigame
Time limit 15 seconds
Music track Keepin' It Frosty

Timing Is Money is a 4-Player coin-collecting minigame appearing in Super Mario Party. The minigame's name is based on the phrase "time is money."


The camera is zoomed in on the second player's screen, which spins slowly. The camera zooms out to show the other players, who become eager to earn coins. The screens then spin faster, and the minigame begins.


In this minigame, players must ground-pound roulettes to collect the number of coins that appear on the monitors. If a player lands their roulette on a Bob-omb, they lose all of the coins they have earned thus far. The minigame ends once 15 seconds have passed.

On Challenge Road, this is the seventh minigame to be played in End of the Road and the 70th minigame overall. For the normal challenge, the player aims to get at least 15 coins in the time limit. For the Master Challenge, the target is 20 coins. However, if the player triggers a Bob-omb, the challenge ends in failure.


  • Single Joy-Con Right ButtonJump
  • Single Joy-Con Right Button (While jumping) – Ground Pound

In-game text[edit]

  • Snag the most coins!
  • Don't trigger a Bob-omb or you'll lose all your coins!

See also[edit]

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ねらえ!コインスロット
Nerae! Koin surotto
Aim at It! Coin Slot

Chinese (simplified) 瞄准!金币转轮
Miáozhǔn! Jīnbì Zhuànlún
Aim at It! Coin Wheel

Chinese (traditional) 瞄準!金幣轉輪
Miáozhǔn! Jīnbì Zhuànlún
Aim at It! Coin Wheel

Dutch Timing is geld
Timing is Money
French Charge enrichissante
Rewarding pound
German Wie gewonnen, so zerronnen
Expression meaning "easy come, easy go"
Italian Monete a pestoni
Crushed coins
Korean 노려라! 코인 슬롯
Noryeora! Koin seulot
Aim! Coin Slot

Spanish Inversión de riesgo
Risky Investment