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Monopoly is back at McDonald’s Canada and will again support RMHC

TORONTO, Oct. 5, 2021 – Canada’s favourite Coast to Coast Monopoly game is back at participating McDonald’s restaurants, running from October 5 through November 8 and for the second year running, McDonald’s is also inviting Canadians to share in its support of Ronald McDonald House . The game offers a one in five chance to win over $80 million worth of prizes, including food, cash, gift cards, cars, and more.

Two Monopoly game pieces can be found on select, specially marked McDonald’s food packaging, while supplies last, and guests have a chance to win prizes and earn rewards in one of the following ways:

  • Peel to win instantly
  • Peel and collect game stamps in a property set for a chance to win great prizes
  • For every seven game stamps entered, Guests can earn Monopoly Rewards by tracking their properties via the McDonald’s app, or through the Game Website at

“Monopoly at McDonald’s continues to be a popular annual tradition for our guests, which speaks to the fun side of the McDonald’s brand. With millions of prizes to be won again this year, Canadians across the country have even more reason to enjoy their favourite McDonald’s foods together”

Rebecca Smart, Director, Brand Strategy Marketing, McDonald’s Restaurants of Canada Limited

McDonald’s will share in its support of Ronald McDonald House Charities® (RMHC®), with an amazing prize that gives back. Guests participating in this year’s Monopoly game will again have a chance to win a “$1,000 for you AND $1,000 for the Ronald McDonald House of your choice” prize. With 34 locations nationwide, winners can choose to support the RMHC program in their community.

Family is medicine. When families stay together during treatment, sick children get stronger. 
Video via Ronald McDonald House

Today, RMHC is part of the fabric of Canada’s paediatric health care system. Across Canada, RMHC’s 33 programs provide families with a sick child with a home to stay at where they can sleep, share meals, do laundry, and connect with other families, making their journey a little easier. The RBC Economic Impact Study found that in 2019, RMHC programs saved families a total of $48.3 million in out-of-pocket expenses like lodging, food, and other essentials.

In addition to helping RMHC Canadians have a one in five chance of winning millions of prizes from their favourite game. For more details visit their official press release.


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