Wednesday, February 6, 2019

2019 Monopoly Shop Play Win Game – Rare Pieces

The Monopoly Collect and Win game is back for 2019 and like previous years we will be following the game here and keeping track of the rare game pieces needed to win. Feel free to use the comments section below to post which ones you have and which ones you need.

Like last year, each prize will have at least 1 rare piece needed to win and the larger prizes will have both a rare and a semi-rare piece needed to win.

Rare Pieces List:

301AA, 302BA, 303CA, 304DA
305AB, 306BB, 307CB, 308DB
309AC, 310BC, 311CC, 312DC
313AD, 314BD, 315CD, 316DD
317AE, 318BE, 319CE, 320DE
321AF, 322BF, 323CF, 324DF
325AG, 326BG, 327CG, 328DG
329AH, 330BH, 331CH, 332DH
333AI, 334BI, 335CI*, 336DI, 337EI, 338FI
339AJ, 340BJ, 341CJ, 342DJ, 343EJ*, 344FJ
345AK, 346BK, 347CK, 348DK
349AL, 350BL, 351CL, 352DL
353AM, 354BM, 355CM, 356DM
357AN, 358BN, 359CN, 360DN
361AO, 362BO, 363CO, 364DO
365AP, 366BP, 367CP, 368DP
369AQ, 370BQ, 371CQ, 372DQ
373AR, 374BR, 375CR, 376DR
377AS, 378BS, 379CS, 380DS
381AT, 382BT, 383CT, 384DT
385AU, 386BU, 387CU, 388DU
389AV, 390BV, 391CV, 392DV
393AW, 394BW*, 395CW, 396DW, 397EW
398AX, 399BX, 400CX, 401DX*, 402EX
403AY*, 404BY, 405CY, 406DY, 407EY
408AZ*, 409BZ, 410CZ, 411DZ, 412EZ
413A$, 414B$, 415C$, 416D$, 417E$
418A#, 419B#, 420C#, 421D#, 422E#

Bold = Rare
* = Semi-Rare

Stores participating this year include Albertsons, Safeway, Pavilions, CARRS, VONS, Randalls, Eagle, Pak n Save, Tom Thumb, Jewel Osco, ACME Markets, Shaw's / Star Market, United Supermarkets, Market Street, Amigos, United Express, and more.

For the official rules and odds of winning, check out the official Shop Pay Win website.

Comments are moderated and will appear below once they are approved.

The 2019 Monopoly game runs from February 6th – May 7th 2019. Good luck!

21 comments:

  1. Connected IsolationFebruary 7, 2019 at 2:18 PM

    We are currently building the list but need some to help to narrow down the rare pieces. If you would like to help build the list, post the numbers of the ones you have found below. Pictures of game boards can also help. Thanks!

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  2. Thanks once more to Connected Isolation for the best Monopoly game information site out there. Knowing the rare and semi-rare markers allows you to play the game much smarter than most shoppers.

    I have been studying the game as closely as I can for four years now. and I like to examine the numbers and the odds as a kind of reality check. Thanks to all who have helped with this in the past. The most important thing to know is that the game is designed so that after a month or two, you will have *all* of the "common" markers for the game board. In this way, the game is designed to make you think you are "just one away" or "just two away" from a prize when in fact you are no closer to winning than you were when the game started. EVERYONE will eventually have all, or very nearly all, of the common markers. The hard part is finishing it off. It's like a bingo card where you've checked off four of the five boxes in the B column, except the last box in the column isn't a number between 1 and 15, it's between 1 and 404,000,000.

    So far I see two major changes from last year's game. There are still six $1 million prizes up for grabs, but Albertsons (parent company of all the supermarkets in the game) is guaranteeing only one will be awarded, instead of the two last year. In 2018, one $1 million prize was won by someone matching markers on the game board and the other (as promised) was awarded by random drawing from the online game codes. (Winner was a shopper in Hawaii). From last year we know there is a pretty good chance at least one person will get the markers for a $1 million prize, so if that happens the random draw will not occur.

    The other change is that the tokens you pile up with some of your online entry codes can now be banked and used for grocery or gas rewards at your store. 80 tokens=$5. Last year the tokens only worked for vacation/sweepstakes entries.

    I have some more information about the results of last year's game that I hope to share in a few days. Just one last thing for now: you all know there's no "vacation home," no home theater, no jet skis, no "family vacation," right? All of the prizes except the Fandango credits are awarded in the form of cash, check or gift card. And the $1 million is a 30-year annuity.





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    1. Connected IsolationFebruary 7, 2019 at 9:03 PM

      Welcome back Jeff! Your insights and analysis of the game are always appreciated. That's good to hear about the tokens this year. It looks like those might be the easiest way to win something as long as you collect a lot of tickets.

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  3. Connected IsolationFebruary 8, 2019 at 9:04 AM

    The rare pieces list is almost complete. Which pieces have you guys found for the $100,000 Cash or Boat, and the $10,000 cash prize?

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  4. Connected IsolationFebruary 9, 2019 at 9:12 AM

    Ok the rare pieces list is complete! Updates on semi-rare vs rare for the big prizes will be posted as more data rolls in.

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  5. I have 401D so I’m guessing this is only semi rare. Is there a safe/legal way to connect with someone who has 398A or sell it?

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    1. Connected IsolationFebruary 10, 2019 at 5:23 PM

      Eventually someone should find a 398AX and they will probably post about it here and you may be able to set up an arrangement. If anyone claims to have it, make sure they have proof.

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    2. Thanks! I will be on the lookout.

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    3. Check the subreddit r/monopoly2017 - someone posted one today 2-14-2019. Only 4 hours ago. Jump on it

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    4. @Unknown, looks like that one is 394BW semi-rare.

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  6. I just started playing yesterday, in spite of myself lol. I noticed that you can now redeem grocery items with the tokens you earn, like tomato sauce, gravy packets, and sandwich baggies, where in the past you only win them with Instant Win Free Product coupons or online codes you obtain by chance. The token equivalents for these grocery items are pretty up there, though.

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    1. Connected IsolationFebruary 11, 2019 at 3:35 PM

      Welcome back! Good luck on the game this year!

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  7. I have piece 394BW, so I'm assuming it's the semi-rare piece.

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  8. Got 403AY. guessing it is semi-rare

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  9. Yep it’s a semi rare piece. I have it also.

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  10. If there are only 3 $1million cash prize does that mean there would only be 3 rare pieces in circulation to get the prize?

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    1. Connected IsolationFebruary 15, 2019 at 5:31 PM

      Yes, 3 in circulation for each of the million dollar prizes.

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  11. I received a $1,000,000 Vacation Home 343EJ peace today. I Thought it was a rare peace until I saw this website, witch is the only one I've seen so far listing it semi Rare. I had a feeling this was going to happen. this is my first year playing

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    1. Connected IsolationFebruary 16, 2019 at 9:54 AM

      Semi-rare's are still hard to find so that is pretty good for your first year playing!

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  12. I hope I can cash out on it some how.

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