There’s no better time of the year to tuck into a McDonald’s than when the annual Monopoly promotion is on.
Who doesn’t love the idea of being in with a chance of winning incredible holidays, cash and much more simply by buying a burger?!
There’s only a couple of weeks left to wait until McDonald’s Monopoly makes its grand return this year and while we wait, the popular fast food chain has revealed some of the prizes up for grabs.
From 6 September, McDonald’s customers will be able to take part by collecting tokens on the packaging on menu items like fries, wraps, drinks and McFlurry ice creams.
McDonald’s announced the return of its Monopoly incentive in an Instagram post last month, confirming that it will run until 17 October and customers must be over the age of 18 to play.
Social media users were over the moon with the news, with one commenting: “"YESSSSSSSSS."
While nother person declared: "This is going to become a regular lunch in September."
Just like the regular Monopoly game, each token represents roads and train stations. Once you collect a set of the tokens, you win a prize. The giveaway tends to be better if the set is rarer - basically if fewer tokens are made.
The prizes this year are jaw-dropping, as customers could walk away with £100,000 in cash if you collect a set of the correct tokens. Or perhaps a McDonald’s Gold Card could be yours, or a brand new MINI electric car. Fancy a holiday? Well, a TUI trip abroad worth £2,000 will be up for grabs in just over two weeks just by collecting the tokens from McDonald’s menu items.
The popular incentive launched in 2005 and gives customers the chance to walk away with more than just a full stomach.
To celebrate the return of McDonald’s Monopoly, the chain has announced two massive events where hundreds of prizes will be up for grabs.
One event will take place at King’s Cross station in London on 30 August between 11.00am and 4.00pm while the second celebration is scheduled for 1 September between 11.00am and 4.00pm.
All you have to do is turn up on the day, rather than book a ticket, all items will be on a first come first served basis plus, there will be fries up for grabs.Featured Image Credit: Tim Boyle via Getty Justin Sullivan via Getty