McDonald’s Monopoly 2011 – Free Codes!

McDonald's MonopolyMcDonald’s Monopoly is back for 2011, and you know what that means around here… more free codes for everyone!

I will be donating any and all unused Monopoly codes here on this page.  And as we’ve seen in the past, quite a few other folks usually join in the fun along with me.  So check this page a few times a day to see if you can score some points, or feel free to add to the discussion of the McDonalds Monopoly game and prizes.

Update (9/20): The pre-promotion started today (9/20), where if you go to PlayAtMcD.com, you can get a jump start on getting registered and entering a code for a chance at $10,000. This code that can be found on the McD’s bags – or I can just tell it to you: “MCDFORREAL” – Go enter it now!

Update (9/24): Some folks are getting codes early! I checked my local McD’s and did not find them to be using any of the Monopoly stuff yet, but you might want to check yours!

Update (9/27): The games have begun! (But the McDonald’s website can’t seem to handle the load!). There are three codes that everyone can use to get started: MCDFORREALFREECODEMCR and MCDMONOPOLY

Some more info about the game: 

  • This pre-promo thing goes from 9/20 to 9/26.  You can start entering real codes on Tuesday, Sept 27.
  • The codes will be on food items until 10/24/2011 (or until supplies last), but you have until 11/5 to enter the codes online.
  • Codes can be found on:  Big Mac (2 peels), Nuggets (4 peels on 20 piece, 2 on the 10 piece), Large Fries (4 peels), medium drinks (2 peels), McCafe drinks (2 peels), my favorite: Filet-o-Fish (2 peels). And for breakfast: hash browns, Egg McMuffin, and Oatmeal all have them (2 peels each).
  • Some good prizes this year including MyCokeRewards Codes, a bunch of EA games prizes (video games), Kinect for Xbox 360, gift cards, a trip to London, the Caribbean, or Chicago, a Nissan Z Coupe, and a Nissan Leaf. Very cool!
McDonald’s Monopoly 2011 Rare Pieces (and prizes): 
  • Mediterranean Ave – $50 – 10,000 prizes
  • Vermont Ave – $100 – 3000 prizes
  • Virginia Ave – $200 SpaWish Gift Certificate – 250 prizes
  • Tennessee Ave – Beaches Resort Vacation – 300 prizes
  • Kentucky Ave – $50,000 – 8 prizes
  • Shortline Railroad – EA Sports Fan Trip – 8 prizes
  • Ventor Ave – $100,000 – 6 prizes
  • Pennsylvania Ave – SL MY 12 Nissan Leaf (electric car)- 2 prizes
  • Boardwalk – $1,000,000 – 1 prize

 

And just a few quick rules for particpiating on Asdfhj.com: 

  • If you use a code, please let others know! You can even post anonymously if you feel the need! It saves us all time, and it makes our code donors feel good. RBM stands for “redeemed by me” and RNBM means that you tried the code, but it was “Redeemed, Not By me”
  • Comments are held for moderation, which means you see them only after I approve. This helps cut back on the spam.  And while we have a very friendly environment here, I usually don’t allow begging, complaining, or anything that doesn’t relate in someway to McDonald’s Monopoly to appear here.
And finally, if you WIN something, POST IT! Everyone loves hearing about the big wins!

 

 

Lean Cuisine Delicious Rewards – Free codes!

Lean Cuisine seems to have joined the trend of code-based customer loyalty programs with their “Delicious Rewards” program! Lucky for us – now we can get healthier while we earn and share codes.

In an effort to reduce how much take-out I order here in Seattle, I’ll be buying quite a few of these – and like MyCokeRewards, Pepsi codes, and Dr. Pepper, I will be sharing my codes on this page.  Yep – free codes. No catch. And I’m hoping there are others out there that may join me in the sharing.

First, some information about the program:

  • Code can be found on the inside of the frozen dinner box. Each code is worth 20 points.
  • You can enter the codes at deliciousrewards.leancuisine.com.
  • You can earn some extra points by taking surveys and polls on the site.
  • This program is interesting because its one of the first I’ve seen where you earn “Badges” as you go. Badges can be earned in many ways… adding items to your wishlist, referring friends, or simply just trying out new frozen dinners (and entering the code). Fun!
  • The program is scheduled to end at the end of the year, 12/31/2011, but will likely be extended.

And finally, some quick rules for participating:

  • If you use a code, please leave a quick comment indicating such. A simple “Thank-you” or “RBM” (redeemed by me) goes a long way in saving everyone from trying the same codes over and over. It also encourages our generous donators to post more often!
  • Comments are held for moderation before they are posted. While we have a very friendly atmosphere here, I keep the moderation pretty strict. It boils down to this: If your comment does not contribute meaningful content to the discussion of this program, it isn’t going to show up. Begging or trading requests will also not show here.

Free Pepsi “Refresh Your World” Codes

We’re a little to the game on this one. When I first heard of the “Refresh your World” (Refresh Everything) program, I thought “no way people are going to be into this” – but I was wrong.  I can tell from the amount of comments on our Facebook Code Giveaway Fan Page that people actually use these codes!

So here we are – same drill as usual.  I will, along with anyone else who is feeling generous, give away every Pepsi Refresh cap code I come across on this page.

First some info about the program:

  • From what I have seen, the caps are yellow. They can also be found on the back of paper cups sold in fast-food stores, etc.
  • The program ends on 9/30/11
  • The codes can be redeemed at refresheverything.com.
And the usual rules about using this page:
  • If you use a code, please leave a quick comment indicating such. A simple “Thank-you” or “RBM” (redeemed by me) goes a long way in saving everyone from trying the same codes over and over. It also encourages our generous donators to post more often!
  • Comments are held for moderation before they are posted. While we have a very friendly atmosphere here, I keep the moderation pretty strict. It boils down to this: If your comment does not contribute meaningful content to the discussion of the Pepsi program, it isn’t going to show up. Begging or trading requests will also not show here (see above).
  • Again – please, no begging. We leave codes at random times in the comments below. Begging doesn’t speed anything up.

And the sharing starts…… now!