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McDonald's Monopoly Rare Game Pieces

By October 8, 2008

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This article refers to the 2008 Sweepstakes. You can also view the Rare McDonald's Monopoly Game Pieces for 2009.

Are you wondering what the rare game pieces for the 2008 McDonald's Monopoly Sweepstakes are? If you're going to win any of the big prizes in the 2008 McDonald's Monopoly game, you'll need to have not only the common game pieces, but also the rare game pieces. Thanks to TKHarmonic in the McDonald's Monopoly thread in the Sweepstakes Forum, we have the list of rare McDonald's Monopoly pieces for 2008.

McDonald's Monopoly Rare Game Pieces:
Here are the rare game pieces that you'll need to get the best prizes. If you have one of these rare Monopoly pieces, start celebrating!

  • Mediterranean Avenue ($100 prize)
  • Short Line Railroad ($500 prize)
  • Vermont Avenue ($1,000 prize)
  • Virginia Avenue ($2,000 prize)
  • Tennessee Avenue ($5,000 prize)
  • Kentucky Avenue ($10,000 prize)
  • Ventnor Avenue ($25,000 prize)
  • Pennsylvania Avenue ($50,000 prize)
  • Golden Avenue ($100K prize)
  • Boardwalk ($1 million dollar prize)

Free McDonald's Codes:
If you'd like to play online, you can also use one of the free McDonald's Monopoly Codes to receive a bonus play. That bonus play could be just what you need to win some big prizes! Here are the free codes for McDonald's Monopoly:

  • 16L6V4N4T2
  • WN100KADAY

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October 17, 2008 at 4:41 pm
(1) paul says:

Winning Prize # Stamp Winning Odd 1 in
Water Works (Stamp #279) $50 5,000 639,300
Mediterranean Avenue (Stamp #251) $100 500 5,701,000
Short Line (Stamp #278) $500 100 311,389,700
Vermont Avenue (Stamp #254) $1,000 100 106,921,400
Virginia Avenue (Stamp #258) $2,000 100 106,921,400
Tennessee Avenue (Stamp #260) $5,000 10 307,947,900
Kentucky Avenue (Stamp #262) $10,000 10 307,947,900
Ventnor Avenue (Stamp #266) $25,000 4 769,869,600
Pennsylvania Avenue (Stamp #270) $50,000 4 769,869,600
Golden Avenue (Stamp #271) $100,000 16 178,065,100
Boardwalk (Stamp #274) $1,000,000 1 591,287,650

October 18, 2008 at 12:23 am
(2) Contests says:

Great information, thanks for sharing!

October 19, 2008 at 10:58 pm
(3) Andrew says:

Great info on the game pieces…just what I was looking for!

October 19, 2008 at 11:04 pm
(4) Rei says:


October 20, 2008 at 12:03 pm
(5) Contests says:

Oh, no, Rei!! I hope you find it!

October 23, 2008 at 1:15 am
(6) milliondollarbaby says:

i just won the million :)

October 23, 2008 at 11:22 am
(7) nickp00h says:

I have all the pieces for each property except the ones Paul listed. I even play online and I have all the pieces there also except the ones Paul listed. All I’ve won online is 1 hour of Wifi at McDonald’s and Coke rewards.

October 23, 2008 at 11:30 am
(8) nickp00h says:

By the way here are the free codes to enter if you play online or by texting 96363…

1) 16L6V4N4T2

October 23, 2008 at 2:56 pm
(9) michiko says:

I thought I had a Penn Ave stub. I had a Penn RR. LOL!

October 23, 2008 at 8:43 pm
(10) dj593 says:

i have pacific ave n.c ave and indina ave illonis ave and st.charles state ave we can split 50/50

October 23, 2008 at 8:49 pm
(11) Jennifer says:

I have Park Place…anyone have Boardwalk and want to split the million dollars 50/50? No crazy psychos please…I’m serious. Leave your comment here and I will check often for a response! Good Luck to us!

October 23, 2008 at 11:10 pm
(12) Monique says:

I need 251,254,258,260,262,265,266,270,271,274,278,279! Well I guess I am one game piece away from winning anything! My blood pressure is increasing, not my pockets! LOL!

October 24, 2008 at 10:47 am
(13) Annie says:

I have Arches Ave. I’m guessing that’s a fairly easy game piece to get? I’ve never played this game before so I’m just wondering. Help?

October 24, 2008 at 11:54 am
(14) Meghan says:

Ive got Baltic Ave, Oriental, St. Charles, St James, New York Ave, Indiana Ave, Atlantic, Marvin Gardens, Pacific, North Carolina Ave, Park Place, and PA railroad and B&O railroad.

October 24, 2008 at 9:52 pm
(15) jrsinnett says:

I’m sorry to say as nice as you were to list these odds they cannot be correct. It would be impossible for an item with 4 winners available to have the worse odds than an item with 1. You aren’t pooling all of the stamps together or something in your equation went askew.

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