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Mcdonalds Monopoly Game

September 29, 2011 by staff 

Mcdonalds Monopoly GameMcdonalds Monopoly Game, Two of the most iconic images of Americana, the golden arches and Monopoly mustached man (also known as Uncle Rico Pennybags), come together once again to offer McDonald’s customers fun and prizes. Now in its iteration 19, the game is the addition of line items, as it seeks to further distance itself from a controversial past.

To play, a customer buys items from McDonald, which offer a monopoly of pull-off pieces. Some tickets carry instant prizes ranging from menu items in the award of large sums of money or even a car. Other parts of the game can be at a premium by comparing with some other pieces, the rewards are even bigger cash prizes (up to 1 million dollars), a 2012 Nissan sheet or even a vacation in the Caribbean.

This year, there is also an online game. Each game piece has a 11-digit code that can be accessed online at www.playatmcd.com for “a second chance to win.” Besides, everyone deserves to play online an entry in a “lottery”, and every five meritts a player of 10 draws. This final picture taken of all entries online, give the winner a car at some point in mid-November.

Interested parties can even order a free opportunity to play instead of buying food at McDonald’s. To do this, McDonalds, simply mail a “legible handwriting, self-addressed, stamped envelope with sufficient postage and address of the submitter, including name, address, city, state and zip code to: MONOPOLY 2011 Request Game play in the McDonald Piece, PO Box 49180, Cleveland, OH 44149-0180. ”

Between 1995 and 2000, an employee of the subcontractor McDonald is used to manage the game was capable of winning platform from the inside, resulting in some and $ 24 million in fraudulent profits, both McDonald’s Monopoly game and other contests.

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