Mcdonalds Monopoly Rare Pieces Uk 2007
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HOWEVER, if we all know the rare pieces in advance then we will at least not chuck away the good ones, remember there were 1,010,989 rare stickers last year, 1 million of which only win you a free medium meal, the rest (10,989) may land you another prize that might be worth keeping/winning.
An anonymised list of winners of the prizes which the Promoter considers (in its discretion) to be major in the context of the prize-pool as a whole, will be posted at mcdonalds.co.uk/monopoly/news between 1st December 2022 and 31st January 2023.
9.12 The Promoter may (in its discretion) (a) decline to enter into any correspondence save as otherwise stated in these Rules, (b) alter these Rules during the Promotion to the extent it considers necessary or desirable to maintain and preserve the integrity and reputation of the Promotion or the fair, effective or secure operation of the Promotion (and altered Rules will be notified and made available for review at mcdonalds.co.uk/monopoly/news), and (c) perform any stated function in these Rules via an agent and the entrant shall be required to accept such performance as if it was directly by the Promoter.
The rare McDonald's Monopoly pieces are Mayfair (dark blue), Bond Street (green), Coventry Street (yellow), Strand (red), Marlborough Street (orange), Euston Road (light blue), Northumberland Avenue (pink) and Old Kent Road (Brown.)
It's definitely worth trawling through the attic to see if you have any old children's toys that could be worth something. Vintage Fisher Price pieces tend to do particularly well. This 1936 Push-Cart Pete toy sold for an impressive $12,500 at Morphy's Auctions back in 2007, which is equivalent to $15,550 (12k) in today's money. 1e1e36bf2d