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Save Mart, Lucky Stores Begin Monopoly Savings Game

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Modesto, California-based Save Mart and Lucky stores have launched their “Monopoly Kick Off the Savings” collect-and-win game.

Through Oct. 31, Save Mart and Lucky shoppers throughout California and Western Nevada have a chance to win prizes and money-saving offers valuing more than $25 million.

“We are excited to offer our shoppers incredible savings and prizes that range in value from instant win products to receiving a life-changing check,” said Mark Van Buskirk, SVP of merchandising and marketing, The Save Mart Companies.

“We are always focused on helping shoppers stretch their grocery budgets with fresh, quality products at great prices, and now Monopoly adds some fun and even more savings at all of our Save Mart and Lucky stores.”

Every Save Mart and Lucky shopper receives a minimum of one Monopoly ticket each time they shop. They can also earn bonus tickets by purchasing from thousands of participating items. There is no limit to the number of bonus tickets a shopper can acquire. 

Among the prizes, every shopper has a chance to win $5,200 worth of groceries for a year, a $10,000 fan cave TV and sound system, $20,000 toward a scholarship and a $100,000 grand prize. 

With the launch of the Save Mart and Lucky “Monopoly Kick Off the Savings” collect-and-win game, shoppers can earn game tickets for a chance to win cash, gift cards, store products, merchandise and rewards points. Every game ticket includes either an instant-win or game markers for shoppers to collect and play on the specialty-made game board, provided at every Save Mart and Lucky store.  

For a second chance to win, shoppers can play online by entering a game code revealed in select Monopoly game tickets. Every game code played also enters players in a second chance sweepstakes. 

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