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Get early access to MSCHF’s newest chance for you to win big

TL;DR: As of May 16, MSCHF’s Two Million Dollar Puzzle is on sale to Mashable readers for just $30, or double your chances of hitting the jackpot by getting two for just $56.


You heard it here first: Mashable readers are getting early access to MSCHF’s latest 2 Million Dollar Puzzle. That means you have a chance to win 1 million bucks before it’s released to the masses via Amazon. This is also the best price, so if you want to test your luck, now’s a good time. It’s like the lottery, but more fun.

We featured the One Million Dollar Puzzle last year, which crowned one lucky winner a millionaire. Now, with the 2 Million Dollar Puzzle, two lucky winners can claim the title.

The quirky prize-bearing puzzle is a product from MSCHF, the next-generation street art collective behind the Nike Satan Shoes, Death of an Influencer, and Chair Simulator. It’s a 500-piece jigsaw puzzle that assembles to form a QR code — which isn’t quite as hard as you think. Once you complete the puzzle, you can use your phone’s camera to scan the QR code and follow the pop-up link. This will direct you to a site where you’ll enter your secret prize code on the paper insert in the box (don’t lose your code) to unlock your prize.

What’s great about these puzzles is there are no losers. What’s not so great is that most people won’t win $1 million. The minimum prize amount is $1 and the maximum is $1 million, but only two of the puzzles out of the bunch will contain the million. You could also win $100, or $1,000, or any amount in between. And even if you don’t end up a millionaire, it’s still a pretty fun way to spend an afternoon.

You’ll be paid within four days via a digital check, which you’ll receive at the email address you ordered with. You can print it or deposit it directly from the internet via mobile banking. If you want, you can also have a printed check mailed to you, but that will take a little longer, for obvious reasons.

For a limited time, you can get the exclusive 2 Million Dollar Puzzle for just $30 or snag two for only $56 and save a few bucks. If you end up the lucky winner, you’ll basically be buying $1 million for $30.

Prices subject to change.

Credit: MSCHF

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