If you peel back your sticker to reveal a train icon, it means that you have collected one of the Monopoly stations. Collect them all and you could win £200 in cash. Cool!
In this guide, I’ll give you all the information you need to collect the complete set of railway station stickers in McDonalds Monopoly.
How Many Train Stations are there in McDonalds Monopoly?
There are four train stations in McDonalds Monopoly. These are Liverpool St Station, Marylebone Station, Kings Cross Station and Fenchurch St Station.
The four stations in McDonalds Monopoly are the same stations you’ll find on a UK Monopoly board. They’re named after real railway stations in London.
When you collect the stations, or any colour set for that matter, the important thing to know is that some stickers are easier to find than others. Within each property set, there is one property that’s very hard to get. This limits how many prizes are available to be won.
What is the Rare Train Station in McDonalds Monopoly?
The rare station in McDonalds Monopoly in the UK in 2023 is Liverpool St Station. There are only 2000 printed Liverpool St Station stickers, with a further 10 to be found in the McDonalds app with the Double Peel promotion.
The other railway stations are all pretty common. This means that there will be a lot of people who have collected three stations, but are missing the hard-to-get Liverpool Street sticker to complete the set.
How to get Liverpool Street Station
If you’re in need of Liverpool St station to complete your set in McDonalds Monopoly, you’re probably wondering what you can do to get one.
Every year, countless people take to social media to ask if anyone has the missing station to complete their set…
But honestly, this isn’t a good idea at all. You see, the McDonalds Monopoly rules forbid you from buying, trading or giving stations to other people. You could get disqualified. When you redeem your prize, they may ask you where you got the winning stickers from to prove that you aren’t being fraudulent.
Someone did try to sell a whole reel of unpeeled stickers on Gumtree, but the ad was taken down pretty quickly.
For the bigger prizes that you can win by collecting Mayfair and Park Lane or the Green set, you may want to buy more food until you find the missing pieces. You can get stickers for as little as 26p each if you know which McDonalds Monopoly menu items give you the most stickers for the lowest price.
With the stations, you need all four to win and even if you have three, your chance of finding the last one is super slim. There are only 2,000 rare station stickers in existence out of about 200 million stickers printed each year. So you’d need to peel around 100,000 stickers to find the fourth station. Not worth it.
How many of each station are there?
Liverpool St Station
There are only 2010 Liverpool St Station stickers in McDonalds Monopoly in 2023. These have the code M525. 2000 of them are printed stickers on food items and the other 10 could be found in the McDonalds app with the Double Peel game.
Marylebone Station (M523) is a common sticker in McDonalds Monopoly. They aren’t hard to find at all. But, to win the £200 cash, you’ll need to find all four stations, including the hard-to-find Liverpool St Station.
Kings Cross Station
There are lots of Kings Cross Station (M522) stickers in McDonalds Monopoly so don’t get too excited if you find one. To win £200 cash you need a full set of all four stations, including Liverpool St Station which is the hardest to find.
Fenchurch St Station
Fenchurch St Station (M524) is a very common sticker in McDonalds Monopoly so you should have no problem finding it. The rare train station is Liverpool St Station – there are only 2010 of those. Collect all four stickers and you’ll win £200 cash.
Whenever you peel back a sticker to reveal a station in McDonalds Monopoly, the first thing you should do is to enter it into the My McDonalds app.
This will keep your station sticker safe to help you to collect the full set. It will also give you an extra peel – which is one more chance to complete a set or claim an Instant Win prize.
Be sure to keep your physical sticker too, as you may need to show it should you manage to collect all four and claim your £200 cash.
If you have other properties, then you can look them up in the list of rare McDonalds Monopoly pieces to find out which ones could be valuable.