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McDonald's Monopoly Pieces Worth Saving

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In McDonald's restaurants all over town, LAist has noticed a lot of fellow junk food junkies nibbling at Big Macs and tossing out important Monopoly game pieces.

As a service to you, our friends and neighbors, we present to you all the game pieces that are actually rare and will help you get a "Monopoly", so as to receive the prizes that you so deserve.

Keep in mind that eBay is deleting pretty much any game piece for auction so you're basically on your own... unless you're handy with the workings of Craigslist, Google, or USENET.

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list of pieces after the jump

#3626 - Short Line - $5 Million
#3622 - Boardwalk - $1 Million
#3620 - Pennsylvania Avenue - $50k
#3616 - Ventnor Avenue - $10k
#3612 - Kentucky Avenue - $5k
#3610 - Tennessee Avenue - $1,500
#3608 - Virginia Avenue - $1k
#3604 - Vermont Avenue - $500
#3601 - Mediterranean Avenue - $50

photo by Dano via flickr

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