Thursday, February 9, 2017

2017 Monopoly Collect and Win Game Rare Pieces

The Monopoly Collect & Win Game is back for 2017 and here we will be keeping track of the rare pieces needed to win the prizes. Each prize has at least 1 rare game piece and some have a semi-rare game piece.

Stores participating this year include: Alberstons, Safeway, Jewel Osco, Shaws / Star Market, Acme, Randalls, Vons, Tom Thumb, Pavilions, Carrs, Eagle, Pak n Save, Amigos, United Supermarkets, Market Street, Lucky, United Express, and Super Saver.

Game tickets and official game boards can be obtained at participating stores. For official rules and odds of winning, visit the official Play Monopoly website.

Rare Game Marker List:

8B99D*, 8B00E
8C91A*, 8C93C
8D86A, 8D87B*
8E82B, 8E85E*
8F77A
8G75C
8H72D
8J66B
8K64D
8L57A
8M54B
8N51C
8P47C
8Q41A
8R40D
8S34B
8T32D
8V27C
8W21A
8X18B
8Y14F, 8Y16H*
8Z07G*, 8Z08H
9A03B, 9A04C*
9B07A*, 9B10D
9C15D
9D16A
9E22C
9F26C
9G31D
9H32A
9J37B


* = Semi-rare based on findings

Feel free to use the comments below to post which game pieces you have and which ones you need. 

New comments will be reviewed and moderated before they appear here to ensure quality. Please be patient as it can take up to 12 hours for comments to be approved.

Avoid asking for rare pieces. If someone finds a rare piece, they are likely to win that prize.

Old comments may be removed over time to keep things fresh.

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Note: Do not post links to eBay, they do not allow the sale of monopoly pieces. 

The Monopoly Game runs from February 8th to May 9th 2017. Good Luck! 

245 comments:

  1. Thanks once again to Connected Isolation for this info. By knowing the rare and semi-rare game pieces, you can play the game much smarter than others because you needn't wonder whether you have somehow stumbled across a “rare” winning piece without yet obtaining the corresponding “easy” pieces. This is enormously useful.

    I’d like to share some additional observations and thoughts in hope of sparing at least some people a lot of grief. I posted similar remarks last year, and I apologize for going on at such length. I don’t think the game is a scam, nor is it terribly deceptive, either. What I noticed from the comments section last year, however, is that many shoppers were bitter at having nothing to show after collecting hundreds of game pieces at great cost, and I think those hard feelings ought to be avoidable. (Here, I’m going to refer to all 18 supermarket chains in the game as Albertsons, the parent company.)

    The first thing to understand is that there are 2,325 stores in 34 states and the District of Columbia in the Monopoly game (source: FAQ page on Monopoly game site). Six of these stores will get the ultra-rare game pieces for a $1 million prize, so there is a 1 in 387 chance that your store is one of them.

    It is important to know that none of the three $1 million prizes were awarded in 2016 or 2015 (I do not have information for previous years). This can be determined from the prize info posted on the Monopoly game site last year and from the 2016 game boards, which identified some of the 2015 winners. It also appears none of the then-$500,000 vacation homes were awarded in these two years. When I checked at the end of the game last year, only two of the 25 $100,000 prizes had been claimed. Even way down the line, I counted only 10 jetskis and 10 family vacations claimed of the 50 supposedly up for grabs.

    The reason for this is that it is exceedingly difficult to obtain both the rare and semi-rare markers for the top prizes. The game is designed that way.

    Albertsons seems to understand this is a problem and is “guaranteeing” at least one $1 million winner this year with a “last chance” drawing, open to those who enter codes online. The rules on the game website indicate it will be awarded only if NONE of the three $1 million prizes or three $1 million vacation homes are claimed.

    Two more points, and then I’ll shut up.

    The game is masterfully designed to make you think you are “just one away” from all of the smaller prizes. After collecting hundreds of markers, it is likely you will have everything required *except* the rare pieces for almost all of the prizes. Albertsons wants you to feel you’ve been lucky, that you’re “close” to winning, so you’ll go back and shop more. But you can have six of the eight $1 million game pieces or even three of the four $5 cash pieces and be NO CLOSER TO WINNING THAN YOU WERE BEFORE THE GAME STARTED. Imagine what a difference it would make if all those pieces simply read, “Sorry, this is not a winner.”

    My last point is this: There is nothing you can do to significantly increase your chances of winning a top prize. Note I say “significantly.” There are 1,239,300,000 game tickets that will be distributed (that’s 1.2 billion). Only six of these will win a $1 million prize. According to the game odds chart, each game ticket gives you one chance in 413 million to win one of the two $1 million prizes. If my calculations are correct (and someone can check my math on this), having 1,000 tickets instead of 500 tickets improves your chances of winning a top prize by only about one-tenth of 1 percent. This is not a statistically significant edge.

    So: You should not buy products you would not ordinarily buy just to get more tickets, or pay prices you would normally not pay. This may help you win one of the very low-value prizes, but it is unlikely to get you the $1 million.

    The contest is designed to make you alter your shopping practices. But you’ve read all the way to the bottom of this message, and now you're too smart for that.

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    1. Connected IsolationFebruary 11, 2017 at 8:23 AM

      You make some good points about how hard it is to win the big prizes. I agree, even the small prizes are hard to win, for example the odds of winning the $5 prizes are just 1 in 1,549. It's fun to play but people need to keep in mind how difficult it is to win.

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    2. Thank you for your post! It is good to look at the astronomical odds of winning as it's so easy to get caught up into thinking you are close to big prize.

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    3. Jeff- I like how thorough you are wig this game. Great analysis. I have never won anything but it is fun to play. It does divert me from shopping at other stores, while this game is on.
      In just three trips I have filled out most of the board. I received 16 tickets my first trip by just stocking up on things I was going to get anyway.
      Bonne Chance everyone. It's a fun game.

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    4. I love your post, Jeff! I never seriously believed I would win one of the major prizes. But I was bitter last year about not winning a mere $5 gift card. And the free item coupons were all for things I didn't need nor usually bought. So far this year, I've got coupons for an 8oz tub of Lucerne sour cream and one large Haas avocado. Now THAT's something! :)

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    5. Something I would like to add which I learned on a different forum: When you repeatedly enter the game codes on the monopoly website, after a while you may stop winning any of those "2 free game pieces"... I noticed this last year, and there were others complaining about that as well. Someone suggested using different computers as it stops generating winning codes on the same IP address after a while. Someone else suggested having online monopoly accounts with different email addresses. I"m going to try both strategies this year!

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    6. I just want to let people know that there are actually winners. My family just won $1000 in the online 2nd chance drawing. We alsoffer won 5 bucks and a 5 dollar gift card this year so keep playing!

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    7. Great post! This makes me feel awesome because I actually WAS luck enough to win the $5.00 cash price on the 9J series! Woohoo! I'll keep playing and hoping though :-)

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    8. I see that not to many people can win anything !!! They should go back to the cookware game,I did win 2 pieces of that... This game is a crock.

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    9. Good and accurate post. Played a few times and never won a thing. Skipped last year due to all the work involved and didn't feel it was worth my time. This year haven't been game-piece purchase driven and have won $10 gift card and several free food items I can actually use. Yippee.

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    10. Frustrating game, agreed!! BUT this year we've enjoyed winning a bunch of shutterfly stuff, including 3 reusable shopping bags and a couple of free photo books and a refrigerator magnet. Shutterfly has already sent us this stuff. Pretty cool.
      For me the most annoying thing this year was the two free tickets prize when entering online codes. You have to print out the form, tape the game piece to it, bring it to the store....gah!! Would have been so much more practical for the ticket to just say 'two free game pieces!" OMG.

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    11. I hate the two free tickets from entering online codes...printing out the form...taping the game ticket...bringing the papers to the store...why not just say two free tickets on the original ticket??? However, weve won lots of cool shutterfly stuff and they've already sent them to us and they're nice!!

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    12. Very good points but I will tell you this. I have opened a few thousand tickets and I got the 8YH on the first day, I have won about $500 bucks on INSTANT WINNERS, i have won the $5 GIFT CARD THREE TIMES, $5 CASH ONCE and just got 9BA from family vacation which is only semi rare but you are right with the odds of getting both tickets, straight stupid odds. The big thing is that if we only knew how many tickets are thrown in the trash can you would gag.I have pulled 70 tickets out at one time. I was throwing my lottery ticket away and they were right on top. I just got a $1000 On a $30 dollar ticket which the odds of that are pretty stupid too. I'm trying to tell you that even though the odds are crazy stupid, don't give up because the people who won the lottery, etc.. big money games were saying the same thing and now they're sitting pretty. Look at the candy, they have 3 for a dollar and get 3 free seals so that's 6 tickets for a buck. If you are going to alter your shopping, do it smart. Don't go from state to state like some of these people, thinking that their odds of getting the rare one is better by doing that. YOUR ODDS ARE NOT BETTER.I have been to ONE store for all my tickets.OUR ONLY CHANCE OF WINNING ANYTHING BIG IS BY TWO DIFFERENT PEOPLE THAT ARE TOTAL STRANGERS PUTTING THEIR TWO TICKETS TOGETHER AND SPLITTING IT HOWEVER THEY FEEL IS FAIR FOR RARE AND SEMI RARE. If somebody has either of the two I need , I will take 30 percent and you can have 70 percent, no prob. Anyways it's fun, RIGHT? Don't dig yourself a hole to get tickets, enjoy yourself and the game. I sold my $1000 dollar lottery ticket for $400 CASH on the spot and they send it in and wait a month or two to get $700 after taxes. Peace people and good luck!

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    13. Last year I had the semi rare ticket to win the vacation home and no one responded to my offer to share. Reason? They never awarded the 1st or 2nd place prizes in 2016 because people horded tickets and tried to sell them in 100 ticket boxes. Greed ruined my chance at a prize, I hope you have better luck!

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    14. This is what ticked me off last year... my boyfriend and I collected thousands of pieces. We spent hours opening them all, entering every single code online, printing forms for bonus codes to take back to the store, etc etc. In the end we won 1 free bag of animal crackers, 1 free bag of chocolates, 1 free RedBox rental, and a $25 grocery gift card. The $25 card was so late in the game that we were about to give up. We carefully read the online instructions to redeem the gift card. We both read the deadline out loud, confirmed with each other, wrote on our calendars, etc to make sure we would get our hard earned $25. Well we went to the store the day before the deadline that was printed online (just to be safe) and they said we were one day late and could not redeem it! We pulled up the website to show them where we read the date and the website had already been taken down. We are both smart people and are exceptional at following directions. I am absolutely sure they had the wrong date published on the website. All that work and we couldn't even claim our prize due to their error!!! Effff this game!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    15. Hi everyone. I am looking for 8Z08H. I have plenty of pieces to trade, or would share part of the prize. Email me if you have it please! Sdsantana@outlook.com

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    16. Tammy just reminded me that I never turned in my tickets for the cookware. OMG.

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    17. I have the 8Y16H . Text me anytime 415 374 6840

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    18. I HAVE ONE OF THE RARE PIECES FOR THE MILLION DOLLAR VACATION HOME. THIS IS NOT A JOKE, IF YOU HAVE THE OTHER HALF LETS SPLIT THE PRIZE PLEASE GET IN TOUCH AND TELL EVERYONE YOU KNOW

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    19. I now have 2 rare game pieces (1) is 9A04C for the $10,000 4 wheeler and also 8D87B for the $40,000 make over I want 1,000 for the 4 wheeler piece and $5,000 for the home maker over piece. my email address is michael.groninger@yahoo.com serious enquirers only please

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    20. I am looking for 8Y16H. And many others. Text me 949-702-3418 with how much you would like for that pieces

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  2. On the first day of the contest my coworker won the $5 cash prize. ALL the winning markers were included on 1 game piece. My question is, is this common of winning game pieces?

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    1. Not for me. I won a $25 Safeway gift card, and the hard to get piece was not with any other $25 gift card pieces.

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    2. Yup, I just got the $5 gift card, with all four on one. I'll guess they only do this with the lowest end ones.

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    3. I just got the $10 cash prize a few minutes ago, and yes they were all on one ticket.

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    4. We never bothered playing the game because no one ever would win. But surprisingly ended up winning the $100 grocery gift card and $5. On the employee cards. Altho they automatically deducted taxes for it on my paycheck when a family member won and redeemed it.

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    5. We have won $10 (not on one ticket), otherwise we have provided a lot of paper for recycling. What a waste. We have perhaps saved another $5 with the coupons.

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  3. This game is rigged. I had 24 tickets after buying all sorts of crap that offered them. Not one of them won a good prize at all!!!!! All I got was a freaking can of corn!!!!! I'm not expecting to win a $1000000 all the time, but at least a few hundred should be awarded with that many tickets. What a scam!!!!!

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    1. I don't mean to sound harsh or anything but I have earned over 100 tickets since the beginning of the contest just buying the stuff I normally buy and I haven't won anything except a loaf of French bread, some sour cream and extra tickets. So, sorry to say 24 is not that many tickets at all. Just keep playing and enjoy it and if you do win something, be surprised. Good luck! ☺

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    2. I have only 50 tickets and won two reboux courses, 4-donuts/bales, 2 french breads, two fandango ($5)x2 plus twopoints (2.2), 24oz cheese, Tresemme hair product, 2-ticket instant winner (x2), Tin foil, Open Nature Water crackers, 10-two ticket online, and shutterfly bag (16.99)

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    3. lol! You're whining because you didn't win anything with TWENTY FOUR tickets? That just made my day!

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    4. Everyone knows those Fandango tokens/$5 wins can be directly turned into a cumulative Amazon balance for instance right? I mean I must have already gotten at least $55 or $60 dollars on Amazon because of those Fandango tokens.

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    5. 24 tickets, and you are expecting to win A FEW HUNDRED DOLLARS? This is the funniest thing I have ever heard!

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    6. 24 tickets and you expect to win a few hundred, LOL!! You just made me burst out laughing. I have hundreds of tickets and won some donuts so far.

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    7. Good evening everyone!
      My name is Kasandra and I live in Lubbock,Tx. I want y'all to know the game is NOT a scam. I won the $10,000 family vacation. It was awarded to me and my family this morning at our location United. I just wanted to let y'all know it is possible.

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    8. Last year my boyfriend and I collected over 2,000 tickets and all we won was a $25 gift card and 2 free food items. You're actually doing well with that can of corn. LOL

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    9. Michael Mcconnel, how did you transfer the fandango tokens towards amazon?

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  4. just a reminder, last year they said the same thing that if there were no winners they were going to randomly pick from the codes submitted online. Funny though that this never happened. If you want to know how winners are chosen. You have to work at 1 of the 3 Albertsons that the game creator owns. The one in Denver Colorado,Portland Oregon, and Seattle Washington have already had multiple winners of the $50,000 cash prize. The game creator gives winners to all the people at his stores. If you don't believe me have a look for yourself.

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    1. Well, that's a conflict of interest. I'm surprised that more precautions weren't put in place to avoid casting the whole game in a dubious light. But yeah, I lean more towards thinking it's seamy how no one won any of the top prizes last year. Did they even print all of the winners' names in an outlet where the general public can access them easily? Even the Playmonopolyus website only features "A Sampling of Winners Photos in 2016." Same with Nathan's 100 Years promotion last year, you can't find a published list of complete winners anywhere. Seamy.

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    2. I agree, not to mention how can they prove there was ever a 2nd-chance drawing they never announced a winner even.

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    3. What do you mean 'work at?' As in the employee game? Or the customer game? I did notice on the play monopoly website that the 2016 samplings were from the areas you listed. Very frustrating.

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    4. Yay, great info on portland and seattle. I'm going both places this month.

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    5. I have probably a stupid ? The fandago codes. Once you fill up that thing,, how much fandango cash do yiyt earn?

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  5. The 16-character code on an instant winner piece won me 2 Monopoly Game Tickets on Your Next Visit. Except that I mis-typed one character (MNZ8... instead of M8Z8...). I put in the correct code, and it was still a winner for 2 Monopoly tickets. I wonder if my mis-typing the code (and thus entering it into my Code History) will invalidate that code for the person who actually gets that piece, or would it not matter because you have to submit the actual piece along with the printed prize form that matches the code, anyway.

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  6. I wonder if each instant winner code is pre-assigned to win or not win something, or does the big cloud randomly determine whether or not it will win something only as people enter them online? I ask because I had 10 game pieces today and in entering them one after the other online. 4 of them ended up being Fandango tokens (1 was not a winner, 1 won 2 Monopoly pieces, and 4 were store coupons). I feel you have to put in codes at the right time to win anything, especially the "online jackpot." The codes don't mean anything until you are chosen to win whatever prize, at the moment you enter your code and press "Submit Code."

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  7. FIRST REPORT ON WINNERS
    The Monopoly game website has some info on prizes claimed during the first two weeks or so of the contest (Feb. 8-23) and I don't think it's likely to make many people happy.

    During this period four (and only four) prizes have been claimed from the level of smart watch ($300) and up: smart watch, $1,000 cash, $20,000 tuition and the first of the progressive jackpots (won by entering or scanning codes online), which was $7,457. According to a photo elsewhere on the site, the tuition was won by a Safeway shopper in San Jose. Two of the other prizes were won in "Northern California" (could be Safeway or Raley's); the $1,000 cash was went to someone in the "Intermountain" region (which the company map defines as Montana, North Dakota, most of Idaho and Utah, part of Nevada and a sliver of Colorado -- I don't think Albertsons is being deliberately vague here; they're ID'ing winners by their own corporate divisions, which do not follow state lines).

    This is only through 16 days of a 91-day contest, so about 17 percent of the time has elapsed. The deadline to claim a prize is not until May 30.

    These results, however, are completely in line with my comments above about how difficult it is to obtain both the ultra-rare and semi-rare markers for a major prize. It is well short of the pace for all such prizes to be claimed. I also find the geographic concentration to date to be a bit troubling, with at least three of the first four top winners all from just one of Albertsons Companies' 35 states.

    I'll check back from time to time and report on additional winners when I'm able.

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    1. Thanks, your posts are a good reality check. Is it legal to run a promotion based on false hope? I feel like it's misleading and a class action could come out of it? Or is that the name of the game with this stuff?

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    2. My first reaction was to say, sure, it's all legit as long as it's all spelled out in the fine print, but I'm no legal expert. I can honestly say I've never seen a contest quite like this. Compare, for instance, to Publishers Clearing House, which is offering $7,000 a week for life (a much bigger prize than Albertsons). The odds in that contest are 2.4 billion to 1 -- but *someone* (not me) is going to win that prize in a drawing from all entries received. Or a state lottery, where everyone pretty much knows the jackpot could roll over to any number of subsequent drawings. In the Monopoly contest, however, the $1 million was not won in either of the past two years as far as I can tell. It's possible that it's *never* been won. That changes this year with the "last chance" drawing, which I believe is new. But you could still have only one million-dollar prize claimed out of the six offered, and just a small number of those in the second tier (home makeover, vehicles, etc.)

      If anyone were going to challenge this, I would think it would have to be a group of at least a few state attorneys-general, with a goal of making the contest promotion more transparent. PCH was sued by several states more than a decade ago for mailings that made it look like the recipient had already won the top prize; they settled and that's the reason why any mail you get from them these days says about six or seven different ways that you have not won anything yet. This is a bit different, but I don't think it would be that hard to find some shoppers who said they made purchases from these stores just to get the tickets, thinking they were only "one away" from winning. Whether that misdirection is any different from an ad for shampoo that says it'll make you look sexy, I dunno.

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    3. Jeff thanks for educating us about this game,how do we let those who promote such strategy to and about this game to hear our voice. My problem with this game is their employees steal boxes of game pieces and sale them for a ridiculous price which takes away from the game. I've notice for the years I have played some of the same winners and last initials. I am the one who only need one piece to every prize just one!!how sad for all the hard work you put into this game,

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  8. Last year I won a $10 Gift Card. Considering the odds, I'd say that proves I am one lucky son of a something or other. So far this time around I've won a Fandango $5 gift card (bought Aries Darkside Zodiac by Stella Hyde, and Aquarius, and a couple songs by Death Cab), a couple worthless online things Nickelodeon calls prizes, a donut or bagel, six free tickets, and the online cooking course that actually looks interesting.

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    1. "...a couple worthless online things Nickelodeon calls prizes..."

      ^Lol. I won a couple of those, too.

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    2. You guys all know those Fandango tokens can be used to stock up on Amazon credits right? I've probably built up 60 or 65 bucks on Amazon so far.

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    3. Michael,
      How do you redeem them for Amazon? I just looked at my Fandango rewards-- I have probably $45 worth, and there is nothing about Amazon.

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    4. How do you do that. That's fantastic.

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    5. When you "continue" to redeem the fandango redemption, choose the bottom selection "digital". You complete a form and then a document is created with a $5.00 visa card which you then go onto your amazon account and "add a credit card". It has to be in your name to match your amazon account. It is time consuming but worth it. I hope this helps.

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    6. Thank you Anon that's great to know!

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    7. But you can only use one card at a time?
      IE every time you pay at checkout, you use that, then use a real card or does it have to be under 5?

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    8. Use one card at a time to purchase Amazon gift card, but then once you receive the code you can add to your account ending up w/ the total balance. Takes a bit of time, but worth it.

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    9. OK, I followed Anonymous's instructions and added a $5 Visa account to my payment methods in my Amazon account. I have about a dozen Fandago rewards so I can do the same thing for like 12 $5 Visa cards, right? That total is $60 then. If I want to purchase something on Amazon say for $55, how can I use 11 of these Visa Cards ($5 each x 11 =$55)? Can you "stack" them i.e. use more than one Visa $5 card to pay for the purchase? Will Amazon allow this? If so, how does one do this? Help PLEASE!

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  9. I see all these people trying to trade pieces for very expensive prizes. This seems like it'd be a scammer's playground. What is the best way to do deals without someone being scammed out of a valuable game piece or cash?
    I'm thinking lawyers and escrow accounts would be the only safe way to do this.

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    1. No kidding, I'm wondering yhe same thing- I have a semi are piece and now have to figure out how to go in half with someone, or how do you confirm they dont have a fake piece?

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  10. SECOND REPORT ON WINNERS
    An update on winners through March 21 has just been posted on the Monopoly game website. This covers a little less than half the period for distributing tickets and about 37 percent of the time period to redeem tickets for a prize.

    As of March 21, the highest prize awarded is the home makeover, with just 1 of the 25 prizes claimed. None of the $1 million cash/vacation home prizes (both are actually a 30-year annuity, but you knew that already, right?) or the 15 $100,000 cash prizes have been claimed. So for now, the $1 million "second chance" prize is still up for grabs.

    Two of the college tuition and 10 of the family vacation prizes have been won out of the 50 (of each) available.

    Similar results on down the line, it's not until you get to the $1,000 grocery gift card that you see anything above 13 prizes awarded. In that category there has been a combination of 76 prizes (markers plus online prizes) out of 100 available, and I would note that at this prize level there is only one "rare" marker needed, not a rare and semi-rare. But only 40 of the 600 smart watches have been claimed.

    All of this still in line with my previous remarks here about the unusual difficulty of winning a top prize in this game, due to the need to collect both a rare and semi-rare marker. (Scroll up to see those remarks). With several more weeks of winners since the first report, geographic distribution of winners now seems to be pretty even.

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    1. I do think the odds of winning any significant prize with just the pieces you get from the grocery are close to impossible. Im sure they distribute the semi rare and rare pieces in completely different parts of the country. Games like this are designed to only allow a certain percentage of wins to occur...... The good news is it looks like they have improved this game to fairly award one of the larger prizes to one customer in each region ($5K in groceries up to $40K home makeover). You can find this info in the Rules page. (This appears to be separate from the 2nd chance grand prize $1M drawing).. I'll post the verbiage below... I think this is good news, and a motivation to enter codes online because thats where the drawings will occur)..

      2ND CHANCE SWEEPSTAKES:

      Random drawings from all MONOPOLY online codes entered, and all MONOPOLY mail-in entries for each of Sponsor’s 14 Divisions, (ACME, Denver, Eastern, Houston, Intermountain, Jewel-Osco, Northern California, Portland, Seattle, Shaw's, Southern, Southern California, Southwest and United) will occur on February 15, February 22, March 1, March 8, March 15, March 22, March 29, April 6, April 12, April 19, April 26, May 3, and May 10, 2017 and one (1) winner from each division will receive a $1,000 Grocery Gift Card.

      In addition, a bonus drawing will be held and one (1) winner from each division will be selected for prizes as follows: February 22, 2017 - $5,000 Grocery Gift Card; March 7, 2017 - $10,000 Family Vacation Prize; April 26, 2017 - $20,000 College Tuition Prize; and June 2, 2017 - $40,000 Home Makeover Prize.

      Odds of receiving a MONOPOLY Online Coupon Code are 1 in 2.05 game tickets.
      Odds of winning a Division Drawing prize depend on the number of eligible entries received.

      Each division is identified by zip code and each participant’s zip code will determine the division.

      If you have previously registered for the Online Game or the 2nd Chance Sweepstakes use your same e-mail and password to enter additional Online Coupon Codes.

      Online Coupon Codes may only be entered once, either online or by mail.
      MONOPOLY Online entries must be made by 11:59 p.m. Pacific Time (“PT”) on May 24, 2017 to be eligible for the 2nd Chance Sweepstakes.

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    2. After reading your excellent analysis, then seeing all the people posting here and apparently unable to make deals, even after discounting a huge chunk as scams, I am not surprised that none of the big prizes ever get claimed.

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    3. I Have 9A04c for the 4 wheeler and 8D87B for the home makeover i want 1,000 for the 4 wheeler piece and 5,000 for the home makeover piece e mail me at michael.groninger@yahoo.com both legit and can send picture proof

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  11. Anyone else annoyed that the 0/O on the ticket stubs are written the same way with a slash going through it? Slashes should only indicate a number, not the letter, but they do it for both.

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    1. They do not use the letter O at all on the tickets. Every circle you see is the number zero. Last year if you entered a zero or an O online it did not matter and got processed the same. This year if you enter a O it will tell you the number is invalid.

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    2. Thank you. Yea, I figured that out after I posted this. I was just entering other numbers/letters incorrectly!

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  12. To use the $5 Fandango codes on Amazon, just log in to your Amazon account, then go to "Your Account", then go to "Amazon Wallet", then choose "Add a Credit or Debit card." You can add a new payment method using your Fandango "virtual visa" as a "Credit or Debit card." Each code is a $5 debit code. Hope that helps!

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  13. Soooo close to using my fandango codes as Amazon credits! But I cannot for the life of me get the funky code with both letters and numbers to work as a debit or credit card number and I also have no clue what to put for the name or expiration date?

    I'm really not good at this :D

    I even tried it as a gift card :(

    Does anyone know how to get the code through as a debit or credit card? So far I have three redeemed Fandango promo codes for $5 each! But we can't afford to go out to the movies. The codes might be wasted on us. LOL!

    Thank you to everyone for your assistance! I sincerely appreciate your time and energy on this:)

    I'm staying hopeful that I will ultimately figure out this conversion:)

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    1. When you redeem your Fandango Reward, it has to be $5 toward the purchase of Digital Content Online. Then to your Amazon wallet and add as the debit card. When the redemption is made for the Digital content, the way they redeem it and send a backup email to you, has all the info of a regular debit card with the exp date and security code. Make sure that you read the info as to how you can use it.

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    2. Can you purchase anything on Amazon successfully with it? Or is it only digital content on Amazon? Thanks.

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    3. BUMP! Can someone please answer the question, i.e. Can one purchase anything on Amazon successfully with the Fandango reward or only Amazon didital content? Please reply. Thanks.

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  14. Regarding Fandango tokens: I just bought 8 tickets online using the $5 coupon for each ticket. You are able to use more than 1 coupon for each transaction. You just have to get the code for each redemption through the code history. But I saved $40. I saved more than I spent for tickets. There was a $12 convenience fee though, but still a good deal.

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  15. Well, lots of people are saying they have either 8Y14F or 8Y16H but the official Monopoly site has not shown that anyone has actually claimed the million dollar vacation home prize so either they are in negotiations for the vital piece or lots of people are lying. Undoubtedly there are lots of scammers out there.

    I do have a 8Y16H semi-rare piece which is evidently not the truly vital piece and so someone with an 8Y14F should be able to make a good deal if they don't wait too long. Of course their rare piece is just as worthless if not combined with the semi-rare. Of course I would like to combine with an 8Y14F, via lawyers and a contract carried out in a law office with the authenticity of all pieces verified and held in trust so no one gets ripped off.

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    1. 8Y16H can be bought on eBay for cheap $20-$100. I have it as well as many people. Not really that rare. If a person has the 8Y14F they can get the 1M vacation home themselves.

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  16. How does one convert the Fandango prizes to Amazon $$? Anyone know or have a link to how this is done? I've won something like 7 or 8 $5 Fandango prizes. Let me know. Thanks.

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    1. When you redeem each prize with Fandando, choose 5 off digital content online. Then they send you a virtual visa debit card to your email. Go on Amazon and use this to create a new payment method for each virtual visa debit number. Then each of your new payment methods to reload your amazon gift card balance in $5 increments.

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    2. Thanks to everyone who replied to this question. Thanks to your instructions, I now have $45 in Amazon credit! If I had not come to this blog I would have just thought I had movie discounts I might not ever use. Thank you!!!

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  17. FYI, those trying to use the Fandango as Amazon, if you want to spend more than $5, you are unable to. You do not have the option to compensate for the rest. That is the disclaimer I received. I tried to make a purchase beyond $5 and it charged the other credit card on file.

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    1. You can use each $5 Virtual Visa Debit to add to your Amazon Gift card balance and then make your purchase (on Amazon)

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    2. I just talked at length with Amazon Customer Service. I was told this doesn't work with Virtual Visa Cards due to a bug in their system. Are you saying that you CAN do this and if so, how did you add to your existing GC balance using the $5 Virtual Visa card? Please explain. Have you done it with several virtual Visa cards and added each of those $5 amounts to an existing Amazon Gift Card balance and then bought something that was more than the balance in your Amazon Wallet containing your Gift card balance? They said the way it works is that it uses your gift card balance FIRST and then if there is a remaining balance, it will ask for a credit card. This is all confusing to me and several others on here. Please clarify. Thank you.

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  18. Hey, I have the semi rare piece 8C93C.
    I'm looking for its match-8C91A??
    To split, sell... ???
    Email me rachspie@gmail.com!! Ort text me 425-999-1646

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    1. Based on findings, 8C91A is the semi rare, so if you have 8C93C, you may have the rare piece.

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  19. Jeff, thank you for this post-it had been really helpful! I have a question you might have already answered & I judt missed, but any advice on how to safely go in halves with someone - how to tell if their piece is fake-should we get a lawyer to make sure the money is split? Are you the right person to ask this? Any advice helps- I have a semi rare piece 8C93C

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    1. Do you want to sell it ? paul.roybal47@gmail.com

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    2. Anyone with a rare piece that goes halves with someone with a semi-rare is a fool. First of all, if you get the winning rare piece for prizes that require collecting 4 pieces, the other 3 pieces you need are included with it. For the few big prizes that require more than 4 pieces, it is well worth it if you have a rare piece to just go buy large amounts of groceries until you get that semi-rare.

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  20. I found out through entering codes that there are duplicate codes. I didn't know this. I thought each code was different. But when I entered a completely ticket from out of state, it said the code had been entered. It still really bugs me that you can't differentiate between a zero and the letter O.

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    1. Jean thanks for bringing that out I notice the same thing. Duplicate codes.

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    2. In my case, I entered one wrong digit of a code, and it won 2 free game pieces where I had to print the claim sheet and affix the game piece on it. I discovered my error when I compared my game piece to the printed sheet, one number was off.

      So I enter the correct code, and it was still a winner for 2 game pieces. I redeemed it, but I couldn't redeem the first sheet because I didn't actually have the game piece with that exact code.

      Some instances of "duplicate codes" may be simply errors made by other people when entering codes online.

      As for the letter O and the number zero, I hadn't noticed that they employ both in the codes. Usually they only use zeroes to avoid confusion.

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    3. There is no letter O in this game. Every single circle is the number zero. There are no duplicate online codes, it means someone else entered your code by accident. If they won a prize with that code they would not be able to redeem it as you have to bring the winning/matching piece into the store to redeem.

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  21. I have the semi-rare game piece 9A04C,looking for someone with 9A03B to split the prize! Email @ robertsebag@gmail.com

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  22. I received 50 tickets today, My game board is already 1 away from winning every prize. Except for the big winners, million, family vacation, etc.
    After 50 tickets I didn't win anything, not even 5-10 dollars.
    I have 3 people providing tickets to our game board.
    Sorry but this is a joke.... If I spent over 1k in groceries and not even a $5 gift card....
    Atleast I used to get free hashbrowns at MCds on their monopoly game.... but again that was a joke too.

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    1. Well you should hook up with me and compare pictures of our boards. I am in montana. paul.roybal47@gmail.com

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    2. My boyfriend I had somewhere between 1-2 THOUSAND tickets last year and we only won 2 free food items and a $25 gift card towards the very end.

      The odds of winning the smallest prize is 1 in 1500 tickets, so 50 is nothing.

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    3. I haven't checked game pieces for sale on eBay this year, although I've heard eBay takes those listings down. But last year, I saw sellers selling literal BOXES of tickets on there! Like cardboard boxes that look like they just came from the printer's. I had to wonder, where do these people get boxes of tickets??

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  23. I have 8B99D, if anyone has 8B00E contact me at hiatt208@gmail.com and let's make a deal??

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  24. I have 8y16h and 8z07g for sale.#8023242028

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    1. I just sent you a text, do you still have them ? paul.roybal47@gmail.com

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  25. Hello! My name is Alejandra! I am wanting pieces 8Z07G and 8Z08H! Will buy for good money! Also if anyone has 8E82B and 8E85E! Email me @ alexrosellano@gmail.com

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    1. I have *8E85E. Let me know if ya need it. Congrats Matty

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  26. I have semi-rare game piece 9A04C ($10,000 4-Wheeler Prize). If anyone wants to split it with me let me know! You just need the other rare game piece (9A03B)! The game rules say that a $10,000 check is sent (not an actual 4-wheeler) so we can split it half and half.

    Email me at Monopoly9A04C@yahoo.com if you’re interested, thanks!

    T

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  27. I have 9B07A and 9A04C, will to sell or trade
    email: stevenrussell85@yshho.com

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  28. So far I have won 3 containers of iodized salt, $30 Dollars worth of Fandango Coupons, One bottle of Asprin and several donuts and french bread loaves, numerous Shutterfly things, and 3 Rouxbe Cooking classes.

    The Shutterfly free items each require at least 3.99 in S/H. You can use the Fandango prize to buy Amazon gift cards, The Rouxbe classes are 3 introductory ones.

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  29. I just received 9A04C. How rare is this?

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    1. Semi-rare ~ 1 in 5000.

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  30. I feel silly for playing this game. Just like many others, I am spending loads on my groceries (not b/c of the game) and haven't won on the board yet. I have all of the pieces minus the rare ones mentioned. Must have opened 50 game cards in the last 2 days and NOTHING new. The game is a waste of time. Maybe 3 instant winner coupons are usable for me. Getting a lot of Fandango discounts but rarely even get to the movies. So long Monopoly game.

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  31. I have 8Y16H semi rare ticket for sale. Send your offer to:
    persnaps@outlook.com

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  32. Have semi rare 9A04C for $10,000- 4 wheeler. Will sell for $2,500 Contact keving.higgins@comcast.net

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  33. I just obtained the 100K "semi-rare" piece 8E85E. I received it at ACME in Mohegan Lake N.Y. Obviously, this piece is not very rare at all. There are at least 4 other people posting here stating that they have the same piece. Having said that, I am willing to sell it for a very reasonable price of $1000. Reply here.

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  34. I'm asking $350 for rare piece 8E85E. I'm asking $200 for rare piece 9B07A. Email pianojeffd@gmail.com or text me at 760-470-0670. Thanks, Jeff.

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  35. I have 8y14f baking soda piece for the vacation home. I'm located in alaska. Text or call 9073990091 or email me at tkh09@outlook.com

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    1. Do you have a picture of this piece?

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    2. Do you still have this piece?

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  36. For those in possession of a semi rare piece, your piece is not worth half the pot... Not even close. For every $1M rare piece there are over 82,000 semi rare pieces floating around. Be happy if you can get $100-200 for it.

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    1. I will trade mine {9A04C) for a case of beer. I'd feel lucky to get that deal.

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    2. Hey do you still have that piece? I'd take it off your hands. Email me. Heald2010@gmail.com

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    3. Hi LauraBeth, is that true? 3 $1mm pieces and 246,000 semi-rare? I had not found any stats to that effect. Would love your source info. Thanks!

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    4. I guess each person can make his/her own decision on this. I'm not sure where these confirmed statistics are listed? ...and I guess if you need a single piece to win, the stats (probabilities of getting different pieces) might not matter really that much to you... as is winning

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    5. Humbly,
      I am missing most of the same pieces, I have 8y16H, if anyone would like to check if there is a trade/? to be made!

      schonwittc@gmail.com

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  37. I have 8C91A. Email ulugbekov@yahoo.com

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  38. I need 8Y14F, because I have 8Y16H. Please email sallyomally87@gmail.com. We've collected 500 tickets....I've gone through half of them. It's so much work!! I'm having a good time. Good luck all!

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  39. I have 9A04C

    Will sell for $500

    email: dbw70@yahoo.com

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  40. I just go for the instant winners, sometimes you come up with a $5 coupon, that's all I ever win anyways if I play full game board.

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  41. Hello.
    I have the have the 100k piece 8E85E.

    My email is piscesx7@gmail.com

    Matthew

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  42. Willing to sell my 8Y16H at a reasonable price. Text me at (317)752-4812

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  43. I’ve got one of the rare pieces for the 100k prize – 8E85E. If anyone out there has the other rare piece – 8E82B or would like to purchase email me at sweepstaker808@yahoo.com

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  44. Hi! I just got an 8C91A*, and need the 8C93C, please email me if you'd like to join forces! mdfoote@gmail.com.

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  45. THIRD REPORT ON WINNERS

    We now have an update on prizes claimed as of April 7. The most significant news is probably that one of the 15 $100,000 cash prizes has been claimed, going to a shopper in Illinois. None of the higher prizes has been claimed, which means the $1 million "second chance" drawing still is in play for now.

    There is still only one of the 25 home makeover prizes awarded and two of the 50 college tuition prizes, no change in either case since March 21. There have been 15 family vacations awarded but thanks to the keen eyes of Anonymous 3/28/17 11:17 am above, we know now that almost all of these probably were won by a random "bonus drawing" in each Albertsons regional division (as Anonymous found in the fine print), NOT by matching game pieces.

    Otherwise, the statistics continue to show that it is very nearly impossible to win one of the top eight prizes (family vacation and up) by matching game pieces. Respectfully, I would like to remind readers here of a point I have been trying to make from the beginning -- that you are never "just one away" from a small prize or "just two away" from a major prize. At this stage in the game, everyone who has obtained 150 or more markers probably has nearly all of the "common" game pieces. Game is designed that way. That's true for me, and in my view I am no closer to winning than I was on February 7. I would have to obtain something on the order of 5,000 additional tickets to increase my odds of winning by 1 percent (if my math is correct). For now, I'm settling for free iceberg lettuce, spaghetti and more donuts than I care to eat, all courtesy of the instant-winner tickets.

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    1. And really, you have to be in the right state, in the right city, in the right store, at the right cashier, at the right time, where the winning game piece/s are. Just like state lottery scratch offs. When I think about that, I think of what a long shot it actually is. But, I still play; I buy some groceries at Jewel and get game pieces, might as well open them and check. At best, I've gotten free item coupons like a canister of salt, cream cheese, aspirin, etc. If I win a $5 gift card, I'd consider it a jackpot.

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  46. I find it hard to believe that exchanging game pieces isn't against the rules.

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    1. That would be hard to prove. I've collected from CA, ID, and NV. All places family members have been who are playing.

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  47. I have 8C91A and I am looking for 8C93C to buy or split the prize. email me at loanbecky@yahoo.com. I would also love to find the 8E82B too!

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  48. Hi there! My name is Andrea and I have piece 8C91A, so hoping to connect with someone who has 8C93C. I understand your piece is more valuable than mine, so happy to split in a way that is more favorable to you! I can be reached at andreakaraadler@gmail.com or 617-504-8959.

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  49. Have anyone made a successful trade on here yet or has someone else had game pieces you needed and you guys were able to split prize??

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  50. 4/8/17. A friend just got 8ZO7G missing H for the Million….what should he do next. I am researching for him. Thanks

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    1. I am starting to think the piece with the "H" on it does not exists. No one has stated they have it. It makes me thing the contest is not 100% :(

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  51. I have two semi rare pieces. 8C91A and 8C87B. Anyone interested, please email me at ginacwall@gmail.com

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  52. Safeway is expensive enough as it is. Who in their right mind would spend as much as it would take to collect even a thousand game pieces? Foolish!

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  53. I need the following game pieces and if anyone wants to swap pieces with me I have a lot of extra pieces too:

    College Tuition: 8B99D & 8B00E (50/50 split)

    35,000 Vehicle: (8C91A, 8C93C) Negotiable

    40,000 Home Make Over: 8D86A, 8D87B (40/60 split)

    $10,000 Family Vacation: 9B07A, 9B08B (50/50 split)

    $10,000 4 wheeler: 9A03B, 9A04C (Negotiable)

    $100,000 Cash/Car 8E82B, 8E85E (40/60 Split)

    email me at: robinsoncm@yahoo.com

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    1. I have 8B99D. Email me at markram773@gmail.com.

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    2. I have 9A04C, would like to sell

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    3. These are the rare ones I have. 8B99D
      8E85E

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    4. I have 9BO7A and 9BO8B EMAIL me at mattandgina8@yahoo.com

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  54. I need the following game pieces: 8E82B, 8E85E, 8C93C, 8D86A, 8D87B, 8F79C,8G75C, 9A03B,9A04C,8B99D, 8B00E,8C91A, 8C93C, 8Y14F, 8Y15G,8Y16H,8Z01A,8Z03C,8Z07G & 8Z08H. If you have any of these pieces please contact me at iluvjesus4ever2011@yahoo.com

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    1. I have 8F79C email: choregirl_78@hotmail.com

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  55. I have the (8d87b) for the $40,000 home makeover, semi rare, Make me an offer.

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  56. Hi,
    I have 8B99D for the tuition. If you have 8B00E lets talk, we can make a deal. beckylillie@comcast.net

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  57. I have 8z07g and am willing to sell

    Txrobert.Dao@gmail.com

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  58. Looking to purchase piece HZ08H OR sell HZ07G
    Email chelseylopez@gmail.com

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  59. I have 8Z07G (+ rest of the 8Z tickets). If you have 8Z08H, let's put our tickets together and divide the prize! We can write up all the legalese necessary to do this. Please contact me at rik7sanada@gmail.com !

    I look forward to hearing from you!

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  60. Here's what I'm missing:
    8Z07G
    8Z08H
    8Y14F
    8Y16H
    8E85E
    8E82B
    8G75C

    Here's What I Have:
    A TON of extra gamepieces. I won't post them too much time.

    If you want to trade, my email is: rodriguez8rebecca@gmail.com

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  61. I have semi rare 8C91A - will sell or split. Offers to Montog@aol.com.

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  62. I really hate to lick and stick and hunt where to put the tiny stickers. So I wrote a program that takes care of organizing everything for me. Its easy to use and takes any guess work out of what you have, what you need and what is rare. All at a single glance. I print out a list and take it with me. I don't need to take pieces home that I already have. https://youtu.be/kfPusFi5RBU

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  63. We have semi rare 9B07A, for 10k vacation home, send offers to this contact: tonyghiggins@hotmail.com

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  64. Hi, still looking for 8E85B 8D86A 8c93c 8B00E 9A03B 9B10D 8Z08H and the most wanted 8Y14F. I have allot of great people waiting to make a deal happen and very happy for the honest people out here. Thank you. paul.roybal47@gmail.com

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  65. Hello, could someone please post a link to the employee game, I think I got a rare piece but I can't find a site that lists them like last years..Thank you and GL..

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  66. If you have a stack of pieces you will save time by using the following table sorted by the 4th & 5th digits. Just look for the number first to see it you need go further. Most of the pieces will not have numbers on this list and you can go on to the next one quickly.
    8B 0 E
    9A 3 B
    9A 4 C*
    8Z 7 G*
    9B 7 A*
    8Z 8 H
    9B 10 D
    8Y 14 F
    9C 15 D
    9D 16 A
    8Y 16 H*
    8X 18 B
    8W 21 A
    9E 22 C
    9F 26 C
    8V 27 C
    9G 31 D
    8T 32 D
    9H 32 A
    8S 34 B
    9J 37 B
    8R 40 D
    8Q 41 A
    8P 47 C
    8N 51 C
    8M 54 B
    8L 57 A
    8K 64 D
    8J 66 B
    8H 72 D
    8G 75 C
    8F 77 A
    8E 82 B
    8E 85 E*
    8D 86 A
    8D 87 B*
    8C 91 A*
    8C 93 C
    8B 99 D*

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    1. I did something similar, but with only the pieces I am actually missing. I wrote down in a list the first 2 characters and the last letter, so checking new game pieces was a breeze.

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    2. Hi Don, can you find or post the list for employees game..I saw it last year, but I can't locate one..thanks much..

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    3. Do you still have many of these pieces? I need some to win several prizes. If you can post a yes or no, I'll respond back. Thanks!

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  67. What a sickening waste of time this game is, just opening up the tickets will take hours. Then checking every single one... Wow. I'm disgusted with myself.

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  68. I have two semi rare pieces of 1 MILLION DOLLAR CASH 8Z07G and FAMILY VACATION 9B07A and am ready to sale them in a decent price pleade if someone interested call or text me @ 469 939 6004 0r email me @
    Ferej1972@yahoo.com

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  69. Have Anyone been to a different state to buy tickets

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    1. I've collected in CA, ID, and NV. I've collected all over CA too. I've collected from 6 different cities around the state of CA.

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    2. Yes. I have collected in CA, ID, and Nevada. Only won free food items from other states. I have won in a $25 gift card from an on-line code and 2- $5 gift cards.

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  70. I appreciate your post. I do agree with some of your post. However, I won the $1000 grocery gift card and collected six of the rare pieces in that section. The chances are slim but you can win...

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  71. I have '8C91A' looking to split the winnings with
    '8C93C' email me at csksrh@gmail.com

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  72. I have the 8Z07G semi-rare. If you have the 8Z08H I will spilt with you 40% to 60% (you take 60% because you have rarer piece). I am willing to negotiate so seek me out before these other 50/50 guys :)

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  73. I have 8z07g if anyone is interested ($1 Million Cash).
    Email me: ihave8z07g@yahoo.com

    Thanks,
    T

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  74. I've won a $25 gift card and $5 and about 50 free donuts. Lol. Willing to split any prizes 50/50 if you have any of my missing pieces.

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  75. Got a 9A04C, will sell cheap, looking to get rid of it.

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  76. I have these rare pieces.
    8B99D
    8E85E

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  77. 50/50 for the win.I need as follows
    8B00E
    8H72D
    8F77A
    8G75C
    8E82B
    8K64D
    8L57A
    8M54B
    8N51C

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  78. I was at another Jewel in my area (not my usual store), and I asked the clerk if there were any big winners yet. She said there was someone who won $1000 at that store, and I said, Woohoo, I have a chance!! :)

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  79. $20,000 College Tution

    I have 8B99D. If you have 8B00E we can split.

    Email me kenct85@gmail.com

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  80. My friend now has BOTH the SEMI-RARE million dollar prize pieces. 8Y16H and 8Z07G. Either he's very lucky or semi rare is less rare than I think. If you need one or both...serious inquiries only...2pieces2win@gmail.com

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  81. Whoever has 100 000 cash piece -8E82B - please contact if you need 8E85E, my email cestladeivie@gmial.com

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  82. FOURTH REPORT ON WINNERS

    The latest update on winners covered only an additional four days, through April 11. There are about 45 days left to claim prizes.

    The $100,000 cash prize remains the largest prize claimed so far, so the $1 million "second chance" prize is still in play. Still only one home makeover and two college tuition prizes claimed, no change since March 21.

    It looks like the "progressive jackpot" is pretty hard to get, too. Only three awarded so far, but one of them was for more than $135,000. The other two were for about $7,500 and $12,400.

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  83. sunnydae0831@yahoo.comApril 15, 2017 at 8:47 PM

    Does anyone have 8V27C or 8M56D?

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  84. I have the 8z07g piece and all the others for the million just need the 8z08h. would split prize. email me at hoofbeats2myheart@yahoo.com

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  85. I have all of the the pieces for the $10,000 4 wheeler except for the very rare piece and also have all of the pieces for $10,000 dollar vacation except for the very rare piece. I have both semi-rare pieces and willing to sell for a good price

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  86. Anyone have 8c93c and want to sell it or trade or split? Call or email 6096027172 jenngunst7172@icloud.com

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  87. I have Semi-Rare 8E85E if anyone has 8E82B to split the $100,000 cash with me. Otherwise, I may be willing to trade rares if I don't get any split offers, so that may be an option as well. Please let me know! Thank you.

    P.S. I have a lot of extra non-rares if anyone is needing those. Thanks again!

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  88. Won a $5 Oliver's Labels personalized mini sticker kit from putting in the Nickelodeon code. You put in the info online and they ship the sheet of labels to you for free. I thought there was going to be a catch of some sort. Nice little prize.

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  89. I have 8D87B semi-rare for $40K prize. I'm not crazy enough to think I'll get the other piece and I'm not going on a grocery buying spree, so I'll take what's reasonable. wcwerner@aol.com.

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  90. Someone correct me if I'm wrong but I believe that all of the "rare" and "semi-rare" pieces will be the first piece of the four on the card. I believe this because that is the only piece with a control number on the back. Any piece without a control number could potentially be counterfeited.

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  91. I have 8C91A, for the 35K car. Best offer gets it, if we can work out the logistics. mudgekin@sbcglobal.net

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  92. I have 8z07g for $185. melloyello_36@hotmail.com

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  93. whoo hoo! finally got a "collect" win! $5 grocery giftcard (9H32A) but it was a standalone piece (last year i won $15 grocery giftcard and all pieces were in one ticket). now off to find the rest of the set in my HUGE pile of non-win pieces... hoping for more luck soon!

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  94. This can be a very time consuming contest, but I did win $50 with an online game piece last year. I also won several free Fandango tickets and free in-store products with instant-win tickets this year. No big wins but at least I felt like I got something back for all the time I invested in it.

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  95. I have semi-rare pieces 9B07A ($10K Family Vacation) and 9A04C ($10K 4-Wheeler). Willing to negotiate fairly considering these are only the semi-rare pieces and would want to do so through legal means to keep everything on the up and up. Email me at englishrose77777@yahoo.com

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  96. I have 9B07A if anyone is interested in a deal. Email me at pomonism13@yahoo.com

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  97. According to the rules, no one family can win more than fifteen (15) Fandango rewards. Although I have won enough tokens to have earned at least eight (8) rewards, the system stopped granting me Fandango rewards after the first five (5) wins. Has anyone experienced their not granting rewards that you have earned?

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  98. I have 8c91a - willing to split. I also have 8b99d - will sell for 500.00. email me - madeinchanah@protonmail.com to discuss...The clock's running out - let's not let the Corps win...

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  99. I have 8C91A. I am looking for 8C93C. I know my piece is the semi rare one so I would give you a significant majority of the winnings. Please text Darlene if interested. 703-629-6589. I am in Virginia.

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  100. Hello. Not sure how this works, but I have the piece 8B99D, and don't think I'll get the other piece needed for the college tuition, so I'd be happy to sell it if anyone is interested. :) Thanks!
    -Karen

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  101. I just found an app in the Apple Store (sorry guys from Android): MONOPOLY COUPON TRACKER.
    It actually scans the four codes at once, keep registry of the amount of codes and has the option to share on FB & Twitter the ones you are missing. Maybe one of your friends will have the one you need, who knows! At least to increase the chances and that's great!
    Also you can add the codes manually without validation so if you end the campaign without winning anything, you could always add those codes yourself and believe you won.
    So cool!, and it's FREE
    It is said that with 500k downloads it will have the option to connect people with missing tickets...

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