How to Win McDonald's Monopoly 2011 Prizes?




Do you want to know how to win McDonald's Monopoly 2011 prizes? McDonald's Monopoly 2011 offers you to win huge amount of prizes such as food prizes, $25,000 cash, MY 12 Nissan Z® Coupe, $1 million, and much more. You can win McDonald's Monopoly 2011 prizes by peeling off a game stamp or collecting the rare game pieces.

How to Win McDonald's Monopoly 2011 Prizes?


  1. Peel - Peel a Game Stamp from select food items (see list on my previous article or McDonald's official site)
  2. Instant Win - Millions of Instant Win prizes are just a peel away! or
  3. Collect to Win - Collect all properties in a specific color set (or the four railroads) to win great prizes! Keep track of all your properties on your Game Board. NO PURCHASE NECESSARY. But remember to follow the Official Rules!
  4. Play Online http://www.playatmcd.com - Enter your 11-digit Online Game Code to play McDonald's Monopoly Online Game for a chance to win one of millions of prizes available. The number of prizes will diminish as prizes are awarded. Win or lose, with each Online Game play, you get one entry into their Nissan Z® Zweepstakes!

If you want to collect the McDonald's Monopoly game pieces to win, here are the list of rare game pieces that you must collected to win the prize or win $1 million if you're lucky enough:
  • Mediterranean Avenue (#321) and Baltic Avenue (#322) (10,000 Prizes): $50 cash. Mediterranean Avenue is the rare Monopoly game piece. The odds of finding the rare game piece are 1 in 61,811.
  • Oriental Avenue (#323), Vermont Avenue (#324), Connecticut Avenue (#325) (3,000 Prizes): $100 cash. Vermont Avenue is the rare piece. The odds of finding rare Vermont Ave are 1 in 206,036.
  • St. Charles Place (#326), States Avenue (#327), Virginia Avenue (#328) (250 Prizes): $200 SpaWish gift card. Virginia Avenue is rare. The odds of finding rare Virginia Ave are 1 in 2,472,425.
  • St. James Place (#329), Tennessee Avenue (#330), New York Avenue (#331) (300 Prizes): A Beaches Resorts Luxury Included Family Vacation worth $7,500. Tennessee Avenue is rare. The odds of finding the rare game piece for this property are 1 in 2,060,354.
  • Kentucky Avenue (#332), Indiana Avenue (#333), Illinois Avenue (#334) (8 Prizes): $50,000 cash. Kentucky Avenue is rare. The odds of finding rare Kentucky Ave are 1 in 77,263,275.
  • Reading Railroad (#343), Pennsylvania Railroad (#344), B&O Railroad (#345), Short Line (#346) (8 Prizes): An EA Sports fan trip worth $7,000. Short Line is rare. The odds of finding the rare Short Line piece are 1 in 77,263,275.
  • Atlantic Avenue (#335), Ventnor Avenue (#336), Marvin Gardens (#337) (6 Prizes): $100,000 cash. Ventnor Avenue is rare. Finding rare Ventnor Ave has odds of 1 in 103,017,700.
  • Pacific Avenue (#338), N. Carolina Avenue (#339), Pennsylvania Avenue (#340) (2 Prizes): An SL MY 12 Nissan LEAF w/charger and home installation worth $40,000. Pennsylvania Avenue is the rare Monopoly piece. Odds of finding Pennsylvania Ave and winning the car are 1 in 309,053,100.
  • Park Place (#341), Boardwalk (#342) (1 Prize): $1,000,000 payable as an annuity. McDonald's Monopoly Boardwalk is the rarest game piece. Winning the million-dollar prize by finding the rare Boardwalk place are 1 in 618,106,200.

How to Win McDonald's Monopoly 2011

Jonathan Kehoe is the winner of 1 million dollars last year. If you want to know How to win McDonald's Monopoly 2011 Grand Prize you can ask him (LOL). So far I know, he got his Boardwalk game piece from a medium soda. I hope you as lucky as him!


*Reference About.com

1 comments:

Kirk said...

Monopoly should modernize itself, and put places like Atlanta and Orange County in.