What are the rare Monopoly pieces?

What are the rare Monopoly pieces?

McDonalds Monopoly – Rare pieces and odds listRideau Canal (#601) and Parliament Hill (#602) – $100 cash. Perc Rock (#606), Miles Canyon (#607) and Columbia Icefield (#608) – Soccer Trip + Xbox $4,570. Confederation Bridge (#612), Baffin Island (#613) and Bay of Fundy (#614) – $5,000 Prepaid Visa.

Which Rmhc Monopoly piece is rare?

The odds are only 1 in 9,811,911, so keep an eye out for the rare game piece Transcan Highway (#228).

What are the hard McDonalds Monopoly pieces to get 2019?

The 10 Most Valuable McDonald’s Monopoly Game Pieces In CanadaRideau Canal. Odds of finding it: 1 in 4,820,076. Mackenzie River. Odds of finding it: 1 in Perc Rock. Odds of finding it: 1 in 9,640,151. Tunnels Moose Jaw. Odds of finding it: 1 in 9,640,151. Confederation Bridge. Odds of finding it: 1 in Whistler. Portage and Memorial. Le Chteau Frontenac.

Will McDonalds do monopoly in 2020?

HELL YES. McDonald’s has finally revealed the start date for one of the best times of the year – McDonald’s Monopoly. The classic game will return on March 25th, in just three weeks time. It will last 41 days from then and see fast food fans collect the iconic Monopoly properties.

How was Mcdonalds Monopoly rigged?

In March 2000, according to The Daily Beast, the F.B.I. received an anonymous phone tip: Someone named “Uncle Jerry” was rigging the McDonald’s Monopoly promotion, stealing game pieces from the inside and selling them.

Did McDonalds Sue Simon Marketing?

The McDonald’s Corporation agreed to pay Simon Worldwide Inc. $16.6 million to settle a lawsuit over promotional games. Simon and McDonald’s sued each other in October 2001 for breach of contract. In September 2001, a federal judge threw out McDonald’s claims that Simon broke a contract with McDonald’s.