Get MSCHF’s 2 million dollar puzzle for just $15


TL;DR: As of Dec. 18, you can score the 2 Million Dollar Puzzle(opens in a new tab) by MSCHF for only $14.99 instead of $30. That’s 50% in savings and it ships in time for Christmas.

If you’re looking for something fun to do with your family(opens in a new tab) and friends over the holidays, a puzzle could be a million-dollar idea. Gather up your most precious people and start putting together MSCHF’s 2 Million Dollar Puzzle. This challenging 500-piece puzzle has the potential to earn you up to $1,000,000, and you can get it for just $14.99. If you order by December 21, delivery is guaranteed by December 24.

Play to win a million dollars 

There are two possible million-dollar puzzles out there, but that’s not the only prize you can win. You’ll get anything from $1 to $100,000, or you could be one of the lucky million-dollar winners. The only way to find out is to put your puzzle(opens in a new tab) together, but the tricky part is assembling it without the box. Having the picture on the box would make it a little too easy to find out what you won, considering it’s a QR code.

Once your puzzle is complete, scan it with your phone. Then enter the secret code inside your box and find out how much you won. It might be enough for a drone, a new phone, or a candy bar (or a new house, if you won the million). The only way to lose is if you don’t finish. 

When it’s time to redeem your prize, you’ll need to show proof that you’re 18 or older to cash in. A digital check will come within one to four days containing your payment.

A fun challenging puzzle with a prize 

Have some fun with your family while you wait for dinner to finish. Get together around the table and start piecing together a puzzle that could pay for your next family vacation. Until December 21, you can get the 2 Million Dollar Puzzle(opens in a new tab) for $14.99 (reg. $30). And if you order by December 21, you’ll also guarantee your puzzle will arrive by December 24.

Prices subject to change.

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