One of the most popular times to get McDonalds is here as customers play to win free food and luxury prizes in McDonald’s Monopoly.
Prizes include experience days, clothing vouchers, holidays and more!
But have you noticed this about the Monopoly tickets stuck on your food and drink packaging?
You may have noticed that the expiry dates on the Monopoly tickets are back in May 2021.
This is because Monopoly was actually set to take place in March so the tickets could be redeemed in the next two months.
However, Covid restrictions meant that Monopoly couldn’t go ahead as we saw store closures and McDonald’s wanted to prioritise the safety of their customers.
On their website, the fast food chain explained “Over 200 million MONOPOLY game pieces had already been printed and dated under audited, secure processes.”
So the packaging wasn’t wasted, “McDonald’s has repurposed the packaging with these outdated game pieces.”
Over 200 million MONOPOLY game pieces had already been printed and dated under audited, secure processes.
McDonald’s has repurposed the packaging with these outdated game pieces to ensure the MONOPOLY promotion at McDonald’s could return for customers as soon as it was safe to do so in August.McDonald’s Monopoly webpage
When do my tickets actually expire?
Monopoly was set to run from the 24th of March 2021 to the 4th of May 2021. But now it is running from the 25th of August 2021 to the 5th of October 2021.
This means that you can redeem your prizes (except food) until the 5th of November 2021.
Food prizes can be redeemed until the 19th of October 2021.
Instant wins (except McDonald’s food or discount vouchers) can be redeemed until the 5th of November 2021.
McDonald’s food or Just Eat discount vouchers must be redeemed by the 19th of October 2021.
Discount vouchers (except Just Eat discount vouchers) must be redeemed by the 31st of January 2022.
Finally, Online Games can be played up until the 5th of October 2021.
To see the full list of when your game tickets actually expire, go to the McDonald’s Monopoly website.
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