MCDONALD’S Monopoly, the competition combining two of the nation’s favourite things, is drawing to a close TODAY.
You’ll need to be quick to bag some of the prizes still on offer. Here is all you need to know…
Get your orders in quick. The game is on its last day today - it started Wednesday 22 March and will run until the close of Tuesday May 2, giving you just a few hours to still collect stickers.
The online game will officially end at 11:59:59 today, and you can still make claims for the Got 10 Spares Game until 11:59:59 on Friday June 2, 2017.
Anyone over the age of 16 can take part in the food chain’s competition.
And if you’ve play your cards (or stickers in this case) right, you could be in with a chance of free food, cash prize or even getting a whopping £100,000.
The last date to claim food prizes is Tuesday May 16, and the last date to claim all other prizes is on Friday June 2, 2017.
Some of the discount voucher prizes may be redeemed at a later date, so check the rules for full details of the dates.
On selected food and drinks products, you’ll receive a Double or Triple Game Piece which consists of two or three stickers.
One of the stickers is always an online game sticker. The other(s) will be an instant win (free food or drink) or a property from the Monopoly board.
If you manage to get your hands on a complete set of properties, such as all the reds, you will be eligible for a big prize.
There are over 45,000,000 food and drink instant win prizes being handed out during the course of the promotion.
Children under the age of 16 are not allowed to participate in the McDonald’s competition because of gambling laws.
While stickers are not given out with Happy Meals, kids can still get hold of them by purchasing other menu items.
Kay, a carer, said: “They should not be selling these vouchers to under 16s.
“It feels like they are tricking kids into buying their meals without letting them claim the prizes.
“Monopoly is a child’s game, it’s clear that’s who they are aiming this at.”
As fast food lovers battle to win thousands of pounds worth of prizes, some have come up with a clever trick to get stickers for free.
Presenter Ryan Swain took to Facebook to share the money-saving trick.
He posted a picture of a drinks cup, with the caption: “Hack – ask for large tap water = free stickers”.
This suggests that the fast food giant will put the free drink into the same cups that they serve their fizzy options.
As tap water is free, customers may not have to fork out to get their hands on the three stickers that are placed on the packaging.
However, a McDonald’s spokesperson told The Sun: “This recommendation shouldn’t work as there are non-Monopoly cups in restaurants that should be used for tap water.
“These won’t have the stickers on there.”
When it comes to McDonald’s Monopoly, size matters. Medium-sized products get two stickers each and large items give you three stickers.
The good news is most menu items are in the game, including many tasty favourites such as fries, soft drinks, McFlurry ice cream and Chicken Legends.
However, customers were furious to discover that the ever-popular chicken nuggets DON’T qualify for stickers.
Among them was Banjojo, who tweeted: “Quite frankly I’m appalled that after spending more than 10 pounds on chicken nuggets I received no monopoly stickers”.
There are a whole host of prizes that can be won this year including 20 Mini Coopers, 150 holidays, cash prizes of £100,000 and millions of instant food wins.
In this year’s promotion, you can bag a Now TV pass for free by collecting 10 property sticks of any kind.
For this promotion, duplicates are allowed, and once you have 10, you can exchange them on the McDonald’s Monopoly website for a one-month Now TV Entertainment pass, Kids’ pass, Sky Cinema pass or a one-day Sky Sports pass.
You can get up to three different passes per person, which means you’ll need 30 stickers in total.
These two stickers are the rarest in the game, with only 20 Bond Street stickers in circulation, and just four for Mayfair.
If you manage to get Bond Street and the full green set, you can drive away with a Mini Cooper.
And if you are lucky enough to collect Mayfair in the blue set, you’ll get a whopping £100,000.
If you want to bag one of the big prizes, you’ll want to get your hands on a set of two, three or four stickers from the same group of properties on the Monopoly board.
Within each group, there is a “rare” sticker, and there will be a limited amount of these around the country.
These are the stickers to keep your eyes peeled for…
- Old Kent Road in the brown set – McDonald’s medium extra value meal – 1,500,000 available
- Euston Road in the blue set – £30 Boohoo.com voucher – 10,000 available
- Northumberland Avenue in the pink set – Wireless speaker – 3,000 available
- Marlborough Street in the orange set – £250 Red Letter Days voucher – 1,200 available
- Liverpool Street Station in the black set – Now TV box + pass – 13,000 available
- Strand in the red set – Playstation 4 – 500 available
- Coventry Street in the yellow set – £1,500 holiday voucher – 150 available
- Bond Street in the green set – Mini Cooper – 20 available
- Mayfair in the blue set – £100,000 cash – four available
Use discount vouchers – You still get the sticker worth of a product even if you paid less for it.
For example, if you use a discount voucher to buy a Big Mac and medium fries for £1.99, you still get two stickers as if you paid full price.
Discount vouchers can be found in newspapers and in places such as the back of bus tickets.
One man’s trash is another man’s treasure – Many people will check their food items for “instant win” stickers, and then discard them if they don’t win.
If you spot empty cups, check to see if there is a sticker you can use.
Go big or go home – Two lads went to extraordinary lengths to discover if they could win any prizes on McDonald’s Monopoly.
The brummie duo decided to make an advice video showing how easy, or difficult, it is to win big on the popular game.
Jay Swingler and Rommell Henry, also known as the TGFbro team, have already had more than a million views of their video after they spent £500 on meals from three stores in Dudley, West Mids.
In each set of stickers there is an online game sticker, which could end up being a good way to bag a prize.
These range from £5 to up to £100.
Two cash prizes are won by whoever enters the sticker code at the exact right time, which is called the “winning moment.”
It may be best to avoid busy times such as lunchtime to enter the codes, as more people will be eating at this time.
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