“100 Ally Lucky Pennies, each of which is redeemable for $1,000.”

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Thanks to a reader for passing on from Ally:

“Ally today announced that it has placed Ally Lucky Pennies that could be worth $1,000 each in 10 cities around the country. The initiative seeks to demonstrate the importance of valuing every cent, while encouraging Americans to look for opportunities to save. The multi-city search invites people in these cities to be on the lookout for the 100 Ally Lucky Pennies, each of which is redeemable for $1,000.

Beginning today, people in Austin, Texas, Charlotte, N.C., Chicago, Denver, Detroit, Los Angeles, Miami, New York City, San Diego and Washington, D.C. can try to find the Ally Lucky Pennies in their cities. When found, Ally Lucky Pennies can be redeemed online from Oct.18 through Dec. 31, 2016 at AllyLuckyPenny.com. Finders can enter the redemption code located on the back of the Ally Lucky Penny on the site to begin verification as a potential prize winner. Clues to Ally Lucky Penny locations and updates on those already found will be provided on social media throughout the campaign.

To learn more about Ally Lucky Penny, and for clues and updates on the Ally Lucky Pennies and their locations, visit AllyLuckyPenny.com and follow the hashtag #AllyLuckyPenny on Twitter and Facebook.”

4 Comment

  • Doesn’t this count as putting counterfeit money into circulation? (Or are these being withheld from actual circulation and placed in public places?)

    • I mean, they don’t look at all like an actual penny that one would use at a store, so I don’t think it’s counterfeit (as long as people are paying attention).

    • Nowhere does it say they’re placed in circulation nor do they look like pennies beyond the color. Try not to spoil a fun scavenger hunt by over thinking it.

  • More information in the press release would’ve been helpful. The main contest page has no useful information — I had to click on the rules (https://www.allyluckypenny.com/rules ) to determine that the faux pennies are being placed in “streets, parks and other public places and participating automobile dealerships determined by Sponsor.”
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    And it’s too funny that Anon Spock is admonishing someone else for alleged spoiling of fun.

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