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MoneySavingExpert's Martin Lewis reveals why McDonald's Monopoly 2018 is disappointing for winners McDonald's Monopoly is back, giving you the chance to win food and fabulous prizes Get What's On updates directly to your inbox Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid Email One of the city's most popular fast food restaurants has confirmed the return of its popular Monopoly game. McDonald's Monopoly is back, giving you the chance to win food and fabulous prizes. The 2018 promotion will be running until late April or early May. Peel-back stickers will be attached to boxes, cups and cartons, with some offering an instant win and others taking you online to redeem a code, or you can collect game pieces to complete sets and win even bigger prizes. Each game piece will have two or three stickers - and the bigger the meal, the bigger the possible prize. But money-saving expert Martin Lewis and his team have revealed why some people may be disappointed with it this year, according to our sister title The Liverpool Echo . In a blog post on his website moneysavingexpert.com , a member of his team details how the number of prizes up for grabs has decreased quite dramatically from last year. The post says: "Unfortunately, in 2018 there are considerably fewer prizes to be won. "The number of holidays has reduced from 200 to 20, and games consoles from 500 to 400. "These were already rare to begin with, so chances of finding them now are even slimmer." There are fewer chances to win some of the Monopoly prizes from McDonald's in 2018 This is when McDonald's Monopoly is back in 2018 While some of the prizes may have reduced in quantity, new for 2018 customers have the ability to digitally collect and store their property game pieces on the Monopoly website. Additionally, for the first time there is the chance to win food prizes online.
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