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Monopoly Go fountain event tips: How to win all the rewards for free



Monopoly Go fountain event

Monopoly Go has launched its fountain event this week where players are tasked with partnering up with someone else on the platform to complete tasks to win rewards. The partner event is similar to the recent hot rods event in that as you go around the monopoly board you are looking to land on segments that have coins. These coins can then be used to spin the fountain wheel to gain points.

The more points you earn, the higher you will go on the ladder. Together, you and your partner must accumulate a total of 80,000 points to win the top prize. The ultimate aim is to complete this ladder with all four of your chosen partners. If you do, then you win the grand prize for the event which is advertised as 5,000 dice, a clam shell token and a purple sticker pack.

If you are looking for ways to complete the event without having to spend any real money then you’ve come to the right place. Here are some top Monopoly Go fountain event tips.

Monopoly Go fountain event

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Monopoly Go Fountain event: Five top tips

Utilise quick wins

Quick wins appear on Monopoly Go every day. They are usually easy-to-achieve rewards that users can complete to win small prizes each day. If you complete them each day for a week, then you end up with someone potentially really useful such as a wild card or a purple sticker pack.

This week, quick wins are a great way to pick up coins to use on the fountain event. Each day, each task will earn you a significant chunk of coins which makes this the easiest way to guarantee you are keeping your ladder going up on each of your fountains.

Take advantage of free dice

If you run out of dice on Monopoly Go then you are not going to be able to make your way around the board. The result of this is that it is going to be impossible for you to either a) land on properties that have coins attached and b) earn coin rewards through side games.

Therefore, to have any hope of completing the fountain event you are going to need to have a healthy supply of dice. Make sure you are opening your prize box every eight hours to receive free dice (and potentially free coins too) while you should also regularly check Monopoly Go’s Facebook and Instagram pages each day as they often give away freebies on there, too.

Partner up with someone you trust

Realistically, to complete the fountain event you are going to need help from others. Without spending money, it’s going to be impossible for you to complete all four fountains on your own accord as there is simply too much to do in too little time.

Therefore, picking your four partners wisely is key. Don’t let the game pick them for you, as you could end up with a player who doesn’t even engage with the game anymore. Instead, pick an IRL friend who you know plays the game regularly and who you can give nudges of encouragement if they are absent at any point.

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Play risky

The best tactic with the fountain event is to go big or go home. The wheel’s minimum bet is 20 coins and the prizes on that wheel range from 60-1000. This just isn’t going to cut it. Ramp the wheel up to a multiplier you are comfortable with and let it spin. In theory, one spin on a x100 wheel (2000 coins needed) could complete an entire ladder.

There are drawbacks to playing risky but as the time ticks closer to the end of the event, you are going to be forced to go big anyway so you may as well engage with this tactic from the start.

Focus on one fountain at at time

Some people may fall into the trap of trying to distribute their coins across all four of their fountains throughout the event. Not only could this lead you to be taken advantage of, but it’s also not going to get you very far.

Focus on one fountain at a time, earn the rewards on each one and then move on to the next one from the base. It’s going to make it easy for you to keep track on where you’re at and your partner will appreciate the speed in which your ladder will rise when you get to their particular fountain.

Andy is a Professional Content Editor with expertise in a whole host of areas (or so he tells us anyway). His main interests are Startups, innovation and social media. He has reviewed over 100 startups so far for

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