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McDonald’s reveals all the Monopoly prizes won so far and those still up for grabs – including £100k cash and holidays

McDonald's has revealed all the Monopoly prizes that have been claimed so far, including two lucky winners of the top £100,000 cash grabs.

The fast food chain disclosed to the Sun that 25,394,984 prizes have already been given away since the game restarted on September 6.

Monopoly uses lasts for around six weeks, and this year it's set to end on October 17.

To play, fans must collect stickers from their food packaging that represent pieces from the classic game.

Among the top prizes this year are £100,000 in cash for five winners, TUI holidays worth £2,000 and "gold cards", which give you a free medium Maccies meal every week for a year.

There are then thousands of other smaller prizes such as coupons for free food items and gift vouchers for online stores.

While rumours circulate every year that no one really wins the big-ticket items, the statistics prove otherwise.

Hundreds of huge wins have already been celebrated and there are still weeks left to go.

The top prizes given away so far include:

  • £100,000 cash - two given away
  • £2k TUI holidays - eight given away
  • £1,000 cash - 34 given away
  • £200 cash - 140 given away
  • Gold cards - 454 given away

No one has nabbed any of the electric car top prizes so far this year.

This means the remaining top prizes up for grabs are as follows:

  • £100,000 - three left
  • Mini electric cars - 21 left
  • £2k TUI holidays - 72 left
  • £1,000 cash - 66 left
  • Gold cards - 1,546 left
  • £200 cash - 1,870 left

Last year, mum-of-one Kiran Johal won a Mini Cooper after spending just £1.39 on a medium fries.

McDonalds has introduced a new twist to the Monopoly game this year.

Customers can now trade in their peels for another more frequently found property, or swap it for an entry into the £100k prize draw.

Make sure not to accidentally throw your meal packaging away without checking whether you're one of the lucky winners.

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