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A Scottish woman has become one of the very lucky McDonald's customers to bag herself a VIP Gold Card. You can see a clip of her swish new card here:
Connie Bulloch, or @cconnieb as she's known on TikTok, showed off her brand spanking new VIP card while joking 'diet starts September 2022' - fair point.
The VIP Gold Cards are a new addition to McDonald's Monopoly, with the fast food chain handing out 1,000 across the UK.
As well as looking pretty cool and giving you some serious bragging rights next time you pop in for 20 McNuggets, the card will also entitle its owner to one free medium meal every single week for a whole year.
Speaking to LADbible, Connie, 24, said: "It was on a large fries and I remember I just sat it in my cup holder because I wasn't sure what it was.
"Then I looked it up when I got home and seen there was only 1,000 of them.
"It felt really good to win something like that because I've only ever won like a free apple pie or fruit bag!
"So, I felt like I should play the lottery see how my luck goes."
Since posting about her win on TikTok Connie has gone viral, racking up more than four million views in less than 24 hours.
She added: "The reaction has been unreal I've had people offering to buy it off of me. I feel like I'm in Charlie and the Chocolate Factory."
And it's fair to say that fellow Maccies lovers are pretty envious over Connie's win - commenting on the clip one person said: "I deserve this! I've spent so much on Maccies for Monopoly."
Another joked: "How does it feel to be God's favourite?"
While a third said: "I want one! Second video I'm seeing now where someone has won one."
After taking an 18 month break due to the coronavirus pandemic, McDonald's launched its Monopoly on 25 August, and if you're keen to try and bag yourself your own Gold Card - or any other of the prizes on offer - then you've got until 5 October.
However, the fast food chain has warned that due to the postponement mid-production, packaging with over 200 million Monopoly game pieces had already been printed and dated.
As the game pieces will include the incorrect expiry dates, McDonald's is urging customers to check the dates on the McDonald's website via this link mcdonalds.co.uk/monopoly/news so they don't lose out on the chance to win one of the extraordinary prizes.
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