Get a chance to win $1,000,000 with this 500-piece puzzle | Engadget

Get a chance to win $1,000,000 with this 500-piece puzzle | Engadget

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You may read headlines about lottery winners or bet on your favorite sports teams, but justifying gambling as a viable way to make money can be challenging. However, many folks partake for the thrill of the roll or showing an opponent their hand. And if you want to try your luck at a fun activity that typically doesn’t come with a big financial payout, The 2 Million Dollar Puzzle offers customers a chance to win $1,000,000. It’s on sale for $25 with free shipping.

Brooklyn art collective MSCHF, the team behind The One Million Dollar Puzzle, is back with another chance to earn big with some entertainment on the side. This new, 500-piece image works just like the original. Simply assemble the puzzle to create a massive QR code and scan the picture with your smartphone. This will lead you to a link that reveals the amount of money you won, which is anywhere between $1 and $1,000,000.

While the grand prize is a hefty $1,000,000, only two of the puzzles MSCHF prints will contain the jackpot. Purchasing multiple will increase your chances of winning and give you a small (but possible) shot at earning both bounties. However, if you’re just in it for fun, you might find The 2 Million Dollar Puzzle quite challenging. MSCHF doesn’t provide a picture to reference, so you’ll have to rely only on your wits as you piece the puzzle together. You can invite friends and family over to construct the QR code, but be warned. If you actually manage to build a winning puzzle, your assistants might demand a share of the spoils.

The 2 Million dollar Puzzle costs $30 at retail, but you can purchase it for just $25, the best offer you’ll find on the web, by July 27.

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