McDonalds Monopoly Coventry Street: How To Get It (UK 2022)

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Collect all three yellow properties in McDonalds Monopoly UK and you’d have won a holiday worth £2,000 courtesy of Tui holidays.

Piccadilly (M416) and Leicester Square (M414) were pretty easy to get, but getting hold of the Coventry Street (M415) piece was a little trickier, as there were fewer of them available.

McDonalds Monopoly Coventry Street

But just how hard was it to find a Coventry Street in McDonalds Monopoly in 2022? Read on and I’ll let you know…

(Note: If you’re in Australia, then you’ll need the Australian version of this article)

How many Coventry Street stickers were there in McDonalds Monopoly?

In McDonalds Monoply in 2022 there were 75 Coventry Street stickers attached to food and drinks packaging. There were also five more ‘Property Peel’ stickers that you could win via the app as part of the Double Peel game. That makes a total of 80 stickers, so there were £160,000 worth of holidays up for grabs!

Piccadilly

How rare was Coventry Street in McDonalds Monopoly?

Coventry Street was pretty rare. In fact, it was the third rarest sticker in McDonalds Monopoly, after Mayfair and Bond Street. There were only 80 Coventry Street pieces, out of millions of stickers in existence.

As a rule, the higher the value of the property on the Monopoly board, the higher the prize value and the rarer the sticker is. The brown set is the easiest to complete, with over 2 million of each property, but the prize is much smaller – it’s just an Extra Value meal.

What happens if you get Coventry Street in McDonalds Monopoly?

If you have Coventry Street in McDonalds Monopoly, it’s definitely worth putting some considerable effort into getting Leicester Square and Piccadilly to complete the set. The other two stickers are very common so you shouldn’t find it all that hard.

The cheapest way to complete the set is to hang around McDonalds picking up people’s old tokens – this is known as wombling. It’s legal, but it is kind of frowned upon. The easiest way is simply to buy more food.

Check out this list of McDonalds Monopoly menu items – I’ve listed them by price so you can see the cheapest items to buy with stickers. For less than £50, you would have a really high chance of finding the missing sticker that you need to win a holiday.

McDonalds Monopoly yellow set

The promotion has ended now but these tips will apply next year too.

Can you buy or sell McDonalds Monopoly stickers?

You may see people who are desperate for a Coventry Street sticker to complete the set taking to social media to beg for or buy the missing piece.

However, you really shouldn’t do this. The McDonalds Monopoly rules state that not only are you not allowed to buy or trade gamepieces, but that if your code is shared anywhere online it will become invalid.

You could even have your prize stolen if someone uses the code before you scan it. This happened to one unfortunate McDonalds Monopoly fan who lost her chicken nuggets after sharing a photo to Snapchat.

To claim a prize, you have to hand in your paper ticket and also say which branch of McDonalds you got it from.

How to win a holiday in McDonalds Monopoly

Whenever you find McDonalds Monopoly stickers you should enter them into the McDonalds app. This year, you can do a Double Peel, which basically means you get extra digital stickers inside the app. It’s important that you do this as it gives you a much bigger chance to win.

As well as getting an extra chance to find your last yellow sticker in the app, you may also get the chance to enter one of the prize draws. You could choose which prize you most wanted to win, including the holiday.

Many people will choose the top prize of £100,000 cash or the car, or perhaps a small prize like free food (as those are easier to win), so you could stand a relatively good chance of winning the Tui holiday voucher.

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Jenni Fielding

Jenni Fielding is the founder of Monopoly Land - an unofficial fan site. She has been a huge fan of Monopoly and has been playing the game for over 30 years. She is a stickler for the rules and loves to find vintage Monopoly sets in second-hand shops.