Save An Extra 20% On the One Million Dollar Puzzle This Cyber Week
Once the puzzle is assembled, there’s a chance to win twenty-five cents, one hundred, one thousand, ten thousand, or one million dollars.
We all love puzzles, and some puzzles have the potential to unlock the human mind. This Cyber WEek, you can save an extra 20% on the One Million Dollar Puzzle, and give the puzzle lover on your list both a head-scratcher and a chance to unlock a $1 million prize.
When you first open the box, you’re confronted with a 500-piece jigsaw puzzle, 15.7″ by 15.7″ square. The MSCHF team have placed color gradients to help puzzle fans get started, but expect a challenge, as the puzzle itself is a unique QR code.
There’s no picture on the box to help you and every image is different, so the puzzle fan in your life will get a good mental workout, rated a 5 out of 10 by the MSCHF team, as they assemble it.
Once the puzzle is finished, you’ll see the QR code. All you need to do is scan the code using any code reader, such as Google Lens or the iPhone’s automatic QR scanning in its camera app, and you’ll see a link.
Visit the link, enter the secret prize code included in the puzzle box, and you can claim your prize. Prize amounts are a quarter, $100, $1,000, $10,000, or of course the grand prize of $1 million. They’ll even pay you via digital check, so you can get your prize right away.
Instead of putting a scratch ticket in a stocking, you can give the puzzle fans you know something they’ll enjoy on two levels. After all, the only thing that beats the satisfaction of completing a puzzle is getting a reward for doing it.
Get the One Million Dollar Puzzle for $19.99 (reg. $30) with coupon CMSAVE20 in this Cyber Week Sale.
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