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    Nice comparison. The similarities are quite spectacular.[/sarcasm]

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    The odds McDonald's posts aren't technically bogus, and even if they were, it wouldn't be because people just throw them out...

    They send different pieces to different regions of the country, atleast thats how it works in the US. If I were to get the two 'easy pieces' here in Ohio, I might be able to go to California and find the third piece, because it would be one of the 'easy pieces' there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LevesqueIsKing
    They send different pieces to different regions of the country, atleast thats how it works in the US. If I were to get the two 'easy pieces' here in Ohio, I might be able to go to California and find the third piece, because it would be one of the 'easy pieces' there.
    What proof of that do you have?

    If that were true, people would be gaming the system all the time, mailing the missing pieces back and forth across the company (the value of many of the prizes is a lot more than the cost of a plane ticket). It'd also interfere with the fact that there are a fixed number of each prize available.

    Example: last round there were only thirty $10,000 prizes available for getting Kentucky Avenue, Indiana Avenue and Illinois Avenue. Unless you only make one "winning" piece of a set rare, how does one ensure there will only be 30 winners of a given prize?

    If all pieces are "common" somewhere, then there'll be too many winners. That's not how it works.

    Wikipedia backs me up yet again:
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/McDonal...ly#Rare_pieces
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