2.13.82.1, 2019-01-22 15:18:18
2017 Golf Sportwagen Alltrack | McDonalds Monopoly | VW Pulse

First of 5 lucky Canadians wins 2017 Golf SportWagen Alltrack

This year, McDonald’s® Canada is giving away five* new 2017 Golf SportWagen Alltrack vehicles in their annual CANADIAN “COAST TO COAST” MONOPOLY® Game. Game players collected stamps on specially-packaged McDonald’s® foods at participating restaurants, to create winning property combinations. Winning players were awarded with various prizes including food, gift cards, travel, a Polaris® snowmobile, one of five 2017 Golf SportWagen Alltrack vehicles and more.

While all the McDonald’s® CANADIAN “COAST TO COAST” MONOPOLY® winners are still being determined, Doug W. from Kitchener-Waterloo has been selected to soon be sitting behind the wheel of the new Alltrack.

The car, which recently picked up the “2017 Subcompact SUV of the Year” award, features standard 4MOTION® All-Wheel Drive with 6-speed automatic DSG® with Tiptronic®, a raised suspension and “Off-Road” driving mode, allowing drivers to explore adventurous roads. And with generous cargo space for loads of gear, App-Connect to keep you connected to what matters, these winners can pack it all in and head for the hills at a moment’s notice.

McDonald’s® Canada is announcing prize winners on its Facebook page as they are confirmed. Check it out to see all the CANADIAN “COAST TO COAST” MONOPOLY® Game winners.

∞See complete planned Game details in the Official Rules at participating McDonald’s® restaurants in Canada or at mcdonalds.ca/monopoly. No purchase required.

*At the outset of the Game. Prizes available diminish as Prizes are claimed.

©2016 McDonald’s.® – use of these trademarks is licensed from McDonald’s Corporation.

MONOPOLY is a trademark of Hasbro and used with permission. © 1935, 2016 Hasbro. All Rights Reserved.

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