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Who was the McDonald's Monopoly winner?

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The grand prize winner for the McDonald's Monopoly game of 2013 has not been announced as of June 2014. McDonald's publishes only the first name, last initial and state of residence of the top 10 prize winners for each year, but their full names are sometimes reported in news stories.

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2012's grand prize winner was Thomas V of Michigan. 2011's million dollar winner was not published, but Brandon H of California won the next largest prize of $100,000. 2010 had two grand prize winners: Harold K of Illinois and Jonathan K of Wisconsin. The full list of prize winners dating back to 2003 is available on the McDonald's website.

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