NOW TV PASS FREE with Mcdonalds monopoly from 22nd March
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NOW TV PASS FREE with Mcdonalds monopoly from 22nd March

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Found 8th Mar 2017
Collect any 10 property stickers on this years Mcdonalds Monopoly and exchange them for a free NOW TV Pass.
Three claims allowed, each for a different TV pass by 2nd June 2017.
Good to use those stickers for something as i never get a full set!!
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Sports pass?movies?entertainment?
pidgeofcdf

Sports pass?movies?entertainment?


Three claims allowed, each for a different TV pass by 2nd June 2017.
I take it if you forget to cancel the pass they'll charge you on a re-occurring monthly payment
fiestasteve44

Three claims allowed, each for a different TV pass by 2nd June 2017.



He's asking what passes will be available? All three of them or just entertainment for example
strong1

He's asking what passes will be available? All three of them or just … He's asking what passes will be available? All three of them or just entertainment for example


its self explanatory. If there are only 3, and you are allowed 3, different ones, then its one of each.
I'm gonna guess it's:
1 day sports
1 month cinema
3 month entertainment?
At a guess and you're allowed any combination of 3?
fiestasteve44

its self explanatory. If there are only 3, and you are allowed 3, … its self explanatory. If there are only 3, and you are allowed 3, different ones, then its one of each.



It's really not though is it.

I presumed you were allowed 3 passes but didn't know which ones. They could all be entertainment only.

Don't just assume one thing and then say it's self explanatory. I was going to ask which ones myself so clearly not self explanatory
Edited by: "strong1" 8th Mar 2017
strong1

It's really not though is it.I presumed you were allowed 3 passes but … It's really not though is it.I presumed you were allowed 3 passes but didn't know which ones. They could all be entertainment only.Don't just assume one thing and then say it's self explanatory. I was going to ask which ones myself so clearly not self explanatory



"Three claims allowed"
"each for a different TV pass"

if you don't understand then blimey somethings wrong!!
Be cheaper to get pass or voucher instead. Better for your health too
dorey69

Be cheaper to get pass or voucher instead. Better for your health too


but u can collect them for free. just check tables etc
probably same as last year. day pass sports. 2month cinema pass or 2 month entertainment pass. still good for collecting wee stickers!
There is also a kids pass now too. Not sure with these vouchers or not though through McDonald's
COLLECT 10 PROPERTY STICKERS IN ANY COMBINATION NOW TV PASS FOR 10 PROPERTY STICKERS LIMIT PER PERSON
Choice of ONE of the NOW TV Passes set opposite for 10 Property Stickers in any combination
Entertainment 1 month
Sky Cinema 1 month
Sky Sports 1 day
Kids 1 month
Total of 3 passes can be claimed per person and each claim must be for a different category of pass
Note: Each Property Sticker used in a Collect To Win prize claim must not have been used in a previous Collect To Win prize claim and each Property Sticker used in a Got 10 Spares Now TV Pass claim must not have been used in a previous Got 10 Spares Now TV Pass claim (although for a Collect To Win Game prize claim the same Sticker may have been used for a Got 10 Spares Now TV Pass claim and vice versa).


So you could get a triple for £1.29 large drink (£1.39 large fries) so at least £6.45 for a pass



Edited by: "davidian84" 8th Mar 2017
fiestasteve44

its self explanatory. If there are only 3, and you are allowed 3, … its self explanatory. If there are only 3, and you are allowed 3, different ones, then its one of each.



​theres 4 though X)
strong1

It's really not though is it.I presumed you were allowed 3 passes but … It's really not though is it.I presumed you were allowed 3 passes but didn't know which ones. They could all be entertainment only.Don't just assume one thing and then say it's self explanatory. I was going to ask which ones myself so clearly not self explanatory



​it is if you can think for yourself.
Seems like a lot of hassle just to get a now tv pass you can pick up for very little with an outdated box or even on ebay.
Thanks, OP. I never visit often enough to usually worry about these things, but every so often do a large order with the kids, so will keep it in mind.

Those saying it's a lot of hassle etc., yes you can get Now TV passes other ways and doing this isn't worth it just for the pass, but if you happen to be using McDonald's anyway, it's a useful addition.
Just looking at the prize table for this year... they're giving away CeX vouchers!
To clear any confusion, you can claim up to 3 NOW TV passes from the following categories:

1. Kids - 1 month
2. Entertainment - 1 month
3. Movies - 1 month
4. Sports - 1 day

You can only choose each category once. So if you choose sports the first time, you must choose one of the other 3 on subsequent claims.
Cheers, expensive if you don't like the stuff, but at the same time plenty of people get lunch expenses with work, I might just go to Mcdonalds and order the max food allowed
paulj48

I take it if you forget to cancel the pass they'll charge you on a … I take it if you forget to cancel the pass they'll charge you on a re-occurring monthly payment


Yes but you have to be pretty simple to not actively cancel it as soon as you start the pass.
mocmocamoc

Cheers, expensive if you don't like the stuff, but at the same time … Cheers, expensive if you don't like the stuff, but at the same time plenty of people get lunch expenses with work, I might just go to Mcdonalds and order the max food allowed


Do it and give the food to a homeless person, they will be glad of it and you get the passes, win win!
There will be so very very cheap codes on Ebay after this promotion

btw you can get 2 x month Ent pass for £4.50 at the moment - £2 a month
The main thing to remember with McD is that when you do a drive through say you have a voucher beforehand and often they forget to ask for it. It works with coffee vouchers all the time at the majority of Mc D drive throughs ✔
fiestasteve44

but u can collect them for free. just check tables etc


Exactly. Why I never have to buy chewing gum.
10?! It should be 3 at most.
fiestasteve44

but u can collect them for free. just check tables etc



For free how?.

What tables?.
I take it u need to put in a code from the sticker to type into the now tv app on the tv ?
Edited by: "Scooby2520" 9th Mar 2017
10 stickers?!? Thats more than I visit in a year! lol.
amour3k

For free how?.What tables?.



He means you go into a mcd's and look at peoples garbage after they have finished their meals and left their trays on the table instead of putting their leftovers in the bin...then take the stickers off the cups that people didnt want.
I'm not sure why this deal is getting so much heat because the title of it is very misleading. It says "Now TV Pass free £0.99" implying that you can get a pass for only a 99p spend. But you cant get a pass for that, you need 10 tokens so the minimum spend is actually £9.90. So just shy of £10 for a Now TV pass? Well, if you're going to be eating McDonalds anyway it's ok and better to get something for it than nothing, but that headline implying that it is a deal for a pass for just 99p really isn't correct at all.
Babbler

10 stickers?!? Thats more than I visit in a year! lol.



You will get several stickers with each meal, so one visit with family could easily be enough to claim a pass or even two, if you pool your stickers.
Lmao! Can't believe that people can't understand which passes you get and how this deal works and even argue that it's not self explanatory when it clearly is and after it has been clarified despite not needing clarification! Come on people how stupid can you be?
amour3k

For free how?.What tables?.



or ask your family and friends (who are not Now TV customers) to bring there spare stickers home for you to use. My cousin and her family visit McDonalds at least once a week, so I should get enough from that alone to get the three permitted passes per person.

Edited by: "bitm2007" 9th Mar 2017
shockwaver13

Lmao! Can't believe that people can't understand which passes you get and … Lmao! Can't believe that people can't understand which passes you get and how this deal works and even argue that it's not self explanatory when it clearly is and after it has been clarified despite not needing clarification! Come on people how stupid can you be?



It's clearly stated in section 4C of the promotional rules which can be reached via the link the OP provided.
Haircut_100

I'm not sure why this deal is getting so much heat because the title of … I'm not sure why this deal is getting so much heat because the title of it is very misleading. It says "Now TV Pass free £0.99" implying that you can get a pass for only a 99p spend. But you cant get a pass for that, you need 10 tokens so the minimum spend is actually £9.90. So just shy of £10 for a Now TV pass? Well, if you're going to be eating McDonalds anyway it's ok and better to get something for it than nothing, but that headline implying that it is a deal for a pass for just 99p really isn't correct at all.



Go into McDonald's buy a 99p apple pie. Lie in wait for people to not use their stickers then u have them meaning you can get a pass for 99p

To clear up the above confusion RE: which Now TV Passes are available, this is direct from the T&C's:

http://i.imgur.com/RfPgZ25.png

Choice of ONE of the NOW TV Passes set opposite for 10 Property Stickers … Choice of ONE of the NOW TV Passes set opposite for 10 Property Stickers in any combination: Entertainment - 1 MonthSky Cinema - 1 MonthSky Sports - 1 DayKids - 1 MonthTotal of 3 passescan be claimed perperson and eachclaim must be for adifferent category of passNote: Each Property Sticker used in a Collect To Win prize claim must not have been used in a previous Collect To Win prize claim and each Property Sticker used in a Got 10 Spares Now TV Pass claim must not have been used in a previous Got 10 Spares Now TV Pass claim (although for a Collect To Win Game prize claim the same Sticker may have been used for a Got 10 Spares Now TV Pass claim and vice versa).

They also have 1,500,000 NOW TV passes available for Instant Win. Cinema and Entertainment for 3 Months, Kids for 4 Months and Sports for 1 Week.

According to rules you are allowed to use only one of each type of these, so if you get lucky and win 2 of the same then guess it can go to a friend/ebay or set up a new account.

However if you win these and also get the passes from the 10 Sticker promotion then you can use both, just not at the same time.

So plenty of chances for lots of Free NOW TV if you eat at McD anyway but I wouldn't go out of my way to get these.
2000mph

They also have 1,500,000 NOW TV passes available for Instant Win. Cinema … They also have 1,500,000 NOW TV passes available for Instant Win. Cinema and Entertainment for 3 Months, Kids for 4 Months and Sports for 1 Week.According to rules you are allowed to use only one of each type of these, so if you get lucky and win 2 of the same then guess it can go to a friend/ebay or set up a new account. However if you win these and also get the passes from the 10 Sticker promotion then you can use both, just not at the same time.So plenty of chances for lots of Free NOW TV if you eat at McD anyway but I wouldn't go out of my way to get these.



Also 3000 NOW TV Boxes with 1 Year Passes as Instant wins and a further 10000 of these for collecting all 4 railway station stickers.
Haircut_100

I'm not sure why this deal is getting so much heat because the title of … I'm not sure why this deal is getting so much heat because the title of it is very misleading. It says "Now TV Pass free £0.99" implying that you can get a pass for only a 99p spend. But you cant get a pass for that, you need 10 tokens so the minimum spend is actually £9.90. So just shy of £10 for a Now TV pass? Well, if you're going to be eating McDonalds anyway it's ok and better to get something for it than nothing, but that headline implying that it is a deal for a pass for just 99p really isn't correct at all.


It won't cost £9.90 because you get 2 property stickers on each medium meal item and 3 on a large meal, so if you buy say a large Quarter Pounder meal you'll get 9 property stickers. Then there'll probably be a couple left on the table that someone else pulled off their meal earlier.
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